Hazlehurst Farm cruck barn, Eckington, Derbyshire. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: archerit1-302008)ArcHeritage
An historic building survey and watching brief on groundworks at the Grade II listed cruck barn at Hazlehurst Farm, were undertaken in advance of its renovation and conversion into a residential unit and workshop. The programme of works included the demolition of a 1950s outshot on the east side of the barn. At the time of the works, the Hazlehurst Farm complex including a farmhouse, a derelict cottage, a former dairy, the cruck barn and...
Former Butchers Market Hall, Tavistock, Devon. Archaeological monitoring and recording (OASIS ID: acarchae2-273499)AC Archaeology Ltd
A record of granite floor slabs within the 19th-century market building was made prior to their removal and enlargement of an internal ramp. The slabs overlaid a brick drain that formed part of a wider drainage run; the drain was set into a contemporary levelling deposit. An earlier deposit was identified but was not impacted upon by the works.
An historic building record was prepared in advance of alterations to the ground floor of the property, which is designated as two Grade II Listed Buildings. It dates to the mid-19th century, and comprises a quayside warehouse with integral offices. Surviving historic fixtures and fittings include the staircase between the ground- and first-floor offices, as well as loading hoists on each elevation and associated chain winches within the roof space. A series of probably 19th-century,...
Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned in September 2010 by the Santon Group, acting on behalf of Tesco plc (with advice from J L Hearn) to undertake an archaeological evaluation in advance of a proposed supermarket development at Stourport-On-Severn, Worcestershire (centred on NGR SO 81347113). Birmingham Archaeology undertook an evaluation of the site between 20th and 30th September 2010. The evaluation followed a desk-based assessment which identified a number of areas of potential for buried archaeological deposits...
In September 2009 Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by Suffolk and Essex Water to undertake an archaeological evaluation in advance of a proposed pipeline between Wixoe and Kirtling Green, Suffolk. This report records the results of the evaluation and highlights areas of archaeological significance. At Wixoe, cropmarks and previous fieldwalking identified dense concentrations of artefacts dating to the Romano-British period. A geophysical survey identified distinct structures along with large pit like anomalies. The features identified by...
An archaeological watching brief during groundworks associated with the construction of a new stock building and excavations for an electricity cable trench and new farm access track on land at Otter Farm, Church Road, Colaton Raleigh, Sidmouth, Devon, was undertaken by AC archaeology during September and October 2013. A previous geophysical survey of the site had identified a substantial D-shaped enclosure immediately to the west of the main area reduction for the new stock building....
The Stour Basin Palaeolithic Project, funded by English Heritage, took place between February 2013 and March 2015. Its main concern was to improve curation of the Palaeolithic historic environment in the potentially important Stour Basin area, which is also an area of high development pressure. The project carried out a major enhancement of the HER in the project area and produced a broad predictive model that identified and characterised areas of Palaeolithic potential. It has...
A proposed development at Wellhead Lane Sports ground in Perry Barr, Birmingham (centred on NGR SP 0727 9130) was likely to affect below ground archaeological remains. On instruction from Birmingham City Council, Birmingham Archaeology undertook an archaeological evaluation and subsequent excavation of the site between March and June 2008. The site was considered to be of high archaeological potential as the western side of the development lay within the projected route of Icknield Street, a...
Coalbournhill Glassworks, Amblecote, Dudley MBC. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment and EvaluationBirmingham Archaeology
An archaeological desk-based assessment and evaluation were undertaken for the Ruskin Mill Educational Trust at the Glassworks College, Amblecote, Stourbridge, centred on NGR SO 8968 8547. The assessment comprised a search of the readily accessible documentary and historic cartographic sources and a site walkover. The evaluation was carried out to determine the character, extent, date, state of preservation and the potential significance of any buried remains, specifically the former glasscone and ancillary structures towards the...
Charlecote Park, Warwickshire: Woodyard, Service Ranges and associated Outbuildings: Historic Building Record and AnalysisRic Tyler
A4 wire-bound report comprising 54 pages (text), 27 figures and 183 plates + appendices
A4 spiral bound report
Land at High Street and Pampisford Road, Great Abington, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological EvaluationPre-Construct Archaeology Ltd (London)
A4 bound report including figures, plates and appendices.
A4 ringbound report. 22 pages, 4 Plates, 2 Figures
A4, paper, 9 pages text incl. 2 plates, Appendix, two figures and covers. Hard copy and electronic.
A4 ring bound report. 4 plates and 2 figures. Unpublished client document
A4 spiral bound with blue cover client report
A$ ringbound report. 19 pages, 2 Figures, 3 plates.
Unpublished client report.
Unpublished client report
A4 bound client report