Barley, C. (2019). Archaeological Monitorinf and Recording Report: Geotechnical Trial Pits, chesterton Farm, Cirencester. ADAS UK Ltd. https://doi.org/10.5284/1056059. Cite this using datacite

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Archaeological Monitorinf and Recording Report: Geotechnical Trial Pits, chesterton Farm, Cirencester
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In May and June 2019 ADAS carried out an archaeological watching brief for Kier Integrated Services and Clancy Docwra (KCD). These groundworks were for 13 geotechnical trial holes, to monitor ground conditions for a new sewerage scheme in advance of a new residential development south of Cirencester (NGR: SU 0243700212) The proposed works at Chesterton Farm lie within an area known for containing high concentrations of archaeological remains relating to Prehistoric and Roman activity, mostly in the form of cropmarks visible on aerial photographs. Although the trial pits were located within a rich archaeological area of potential no archaeological features or artefacts were identified during monitoring of the groundworks for the trial pits. The absence of archaeological features recorded during the archaeological monitoring of trial pits 1-13 may be attributed to the relatively limited impact of the groundworks. These results indicate that the monitoring methodology used was effective in ensuring that the development resulted in no harm to the historic environment resource.
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C Barley
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2019
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Site: Chesterton Farm
County: GLOUCESTERSHIRE
District: COTSWOLD
Parish: SIDDINGTON
Country: England
Grid Reference: 402437, 200212 (Easting, Northing)
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16 Aug 2019
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