DeVolder, A. and Priestley, S. (2018). Archaeological Standing Building Recording on behalf of Juno Developments UK Ltd concerning Osborne Quarters Police Training Centre Royal Victoria Country Park Netley Abbey Southampton. Border Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.5284/1056081. Cite this using datacite

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Archaeological Standing Building Recording on behalf of Juno Developments UK Ltd concerning Osborne Quarters Police Training Centre Royal Victoria Country Park Netley Abbey Southampton
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Border Archaeology unpublished report series
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borderar1-331255_1.pdf (9 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1056081
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Border Archaeology Ltd (BA) has been instructed by Juno Developments UK Ltd to carry out a programme of Archaeological Standing Building Recording (ASBR) to Historic England Level 2 of the Osborne Quarters Police Training Centre Netley Abbey Southampton SO31 4TS, which was originally built as the Married Quarters attached to the Royal Victoria Hospital. In spite of extensive mid-late 20th century alterations and refurbishment, much of the original fabric of the Married Quarters erected in 1863-4 has survived intact and may be regarded of some historical significance, particularly in view of its close historic association with the Royal Victoria Hospital at Netley (one of the most important and substantial military medical institutions of its era). The location, scale and layout of the buildings, as well as subsequent alterations to the fabric, reflect changing priorities to the provision of facilities for wounded soldiers and their families and medical staff over time.
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A DeVolder
S Priestley
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Border Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
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2018
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Site: Osborne Quarters Police Training Centre
County: HAMPSHIRE
District: EASTLEIGH
Parish: HOUND
Country: England
Grid Reference: 446438, 108127 (Easting, Northing)
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NONE (Find) None (GLL)
HOSPITAL (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
HOSPITAL BLOCK (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
LODGINGS (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
MILITARY HOSPITAL (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
POLICE TRAINING COLLEGE (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
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OASIS Id: borderar1-331255
OBIB: BA1859OQNA
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43 page colour bound report
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16 Aug 2019
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