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Chiltern Hills Golf Course, Chorleywood, Buckinghamshire. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: cotswold2-262665)

Cotswold Archaeology
In February 2015, Cotswold Archaeology carried out an archaeological watching brief at Chiltern Hills Golf Course, Chorleywood, Buckinghamshire. The fieldwork was undertaken to fulfil a condition attached to planning consent for ground disturbing works associated with the construction of a winter storage lake. Although no known buried archaeological remains have previously been identified within the construction footprint of the winter storage lake, the wider area is rich in archaeological remains relating to prehistoric settlement. Despite...

Harlow Temple: Bartlett excavation archive

Maria Medlycott
The project comprises the digitisation of the paper archive from Richard Bartlett's major 1980s excavations at Harlow Roman Temple.

Londonderry Road, Oldbury, Sandwell: Archaeological Watching Brief 2004

Birmingham Archaeology

66 High Street North, Stewkley, Buckinghamshire. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-220710).

Cotswold Archaeology
In July 2015, an archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology at land adjoining 66 High Street North, Stewkley, Buckinghamshire. The work was carried out to inform an outline planning application for the demolition of 66 High Street North and the residential development of the site. The fieldwork comprised the excavation of six trenches. The Buckinghamshire Historic Environment Record records no known heritage assets within the proposed development site. Archaeological interest in the site is...

St Mary's Priory Church, Old Malton. Archaeological Observation, Investigation and Recording.

Ed Dennison Archaeological Services

Land off Rampton Road, Cottenham

Oxford Archaeology East
A4 paper bound report

Derbyshire Archaeological Journal

Derbyshire Archaeological Society
The Derbyshire Archaeological Society was founded in 1878 to encourage interest in the County's archaeology and natural history. The Society was initially called the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society but the natural history side was dropped in 1961. The Society first published its Journal in 1879 and it has been published every year since. Each volume of the journal contains a collection of edited papers on various topics relating to both the history and...

Former Newton Abbot Isolation Hospital, Devon (OASIS ID: acarchae2-247718)

AC Archaeology Ltd
An historic building record was prepared prior to the demolition of the buildings. The hospital opened in 1902 with three of the buildings dating from this time. It provided wards for Scarlet Fever and Typhoid. The hospital was enlarged soon after with the addition of another ward building for Diphtheria. The hospital remained in use with the NHS until its sale in July 2012. The surviving original buildings - the Garage/Morgue, Ivycroft (the Typhoid ward)...

Barns at Hareston Farm, Brixton, Devon (OASIS ID - acarchae2-250519)

AC Archaeology Ltd
A heritage statement was prepared by AC archaeology for a group of agricultural buildings at Hareston Farm, Brixton, Devon. The farm is situated roughly equidistant between Ivybridge and Yealmpton and Brixton. The main architectural interest is in the early 20th-century new build of a model farm. This is a late example of purpose-built dairy farm of this type The northwest range appears to predominantly have been for the delivery, storage and preparation of feed, with...

Historic Building Record: Timber-framed outbuilding at No 36 High Street, North Crawley, Buckinghamshire (OASIS ID: souterra1-250253)

Souterrain Archaeological Services Ltd
Between the 18th and 29th of February 2016, a predetermination 'as found' record was made of a derelict 19th century timber-framed outbuilding at No.36 High Street, North Crawley, Buckinghamshire. The report provides a descriptive and illustrative account of observations, including photographs and scale elevations and plans. It identifies the owners of the property in the 19th and 20th century (including some of its tenants/users) and how they have contributed to the development and use of...

Terrestrial Mineral Resource, Cumbria

Oxford Archaeology North, Alison Deegan, Historic England & Cumbria County Council
An assessment of the terrestrial mineral resources in Cumbria has been undertaken on behalf of Historic England: Project 6490, in partnership with Cumbria County Council

Archaeological Assessment of Wood End Farm, Sutton Road, Walsall

Birmingham Archaeology
An archaeological assessment was carried out in April 2004 in advance of redevelopment proposals for land at Wood End Farm, Walsall. The work was commissioned by Friel Homes, and was undertaken by Birmingham Archaeology. The Study Area is adjacent to a medieval moated site (BCSMR 2647), and the remains of strip fields survive in the surrounding area. Cartographic research revealed that the moat platform had been abandoned by 1819, and the focus of the new...

86 The Green, Kings Norton: Archaeological Excavation

Birmingham Archaeology
An archaeological evaluation revealed a relatively low level of archaeological activity. A post medieval structure, consisting of a wall and a cobbled surface, were encountered. Shallow pits and post holes were exposed with post-medieval finds

Tithe Barn Green, Monkerton, Exeter, Devon. Post-Excavation Assessment and Updated Project Design.

Cotswold Archaeology
A programme of archaeological investigation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between March and May, 2015, at the request of Linden Homes Ltd, on land at Tithe Barn Green, Monkerton, Exeter, Devon in response to an planning condition (no. 12/0802/01). The investigation comprised five individual excavation areas, which targeted archaeological features which had previously been identified by geophysical survey, and trial trenching. Geophysical survey identified a number of possible ring ditches in the south-west part of...

Land off Vicarage Road, Pitstone, Buckinghamshire. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-262773)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in October 2015 at Land off Vicarage Road, Pitstone Buckinghamshire. Ten trenches were excavated. Trenching revealed two negative features cut into the natural substrate in the eastern half of the site, indicating the presence of agricultural activity which is currently undated. In the western half of the site, the topsoil showed signs of having been artificially enriched with household waste dating to the later 19th to early...

Pickersleigh Grove, Great Malvern, Worcestershire. Archaeological Evaluation and Building Recording Survey (OASIS ID: cotswold2-261523)

Cotswold Archaeology
In October and December 2015, Cotswold Archaeology carried out an archaeological investigation at Pickersleigh Grove, Malvern, Worcestershire. The investigation comprised a building recording survey of existing 1960s houses that occupy the southern part of the site, followed by a trial trench evaluation of a pasture field to the north. The latter included an auger survey of an area of wetland in the northern field. The archaeological investigation was commissioned by Lovell and was carried out...

Land off Watling Street, Mancetter, Warwickshire: Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-169907)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in May 2013 at land off Watling Street, Mancetter, Warwickshire. Eight trenches were excavated. The evaluation identified a number of probable boundary or enclosure ditches dating to the early Romano-British period which appear to be broadly aligned with Roman Watling Street. A possible late Roman, wide roadside ditch was also identified. A number of Roman pits were identified across the site. It is possible some represent exploratory...

Swift Wind Farm, Churchover, Warwickshire. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-260961)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in March 2014 at Swift Wind Farm, Churchover. Six trenches were excavated. The evaluation revealed a small number of features of possible archaeological origin on either side of the River Swift (within Areas B and C). However, the predominant archaeological features identified comprised evidence for ridge and furrow cultivation, with furrows being recorded in all trenches except Trench 1. A probable ditch or pit, 202 identified in...

The Leys, Welsh road, Priors Hardwick, Southam, Warwickshire (OASIS ID: cotswold2-235001)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological watching brief was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology during groundworks associated with the construction of extensions to an existing property. No features or deposits of archaeological interest were observed during groundworks, and no artefactual material pre-dating the modern period was recorded.

Victory Road, Derby (OASIS ID: aecom1-258646)

Aecom
This historic building recording has been undertaken on behalf of Rolls-Royce as part of works to realign Victory Road. The works will require the demolition of the Sports Pavilion and HSBC Bank which lie within Rolls-Royce's Moor Lane site. As part of the planning permission for the realignment, Derby City Council have placed an archaeological condition on the site. Condition 4 states that 'Prior to the commencement of any development, including demolition a photographic recording...

Walton Manor, Brickhill Street, Milton Keynes. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-251660)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in December 2015 at Walton Manor, Brickhill Street, Milton Keynes. The fieldwork was undertaken to inform a planning application to Milton Keynes Council for the construction of a process and packaging facility and associated works. The fieldwork comprised the excavation of four trenches. Archaeological interest in the site derived from its close proximity to a high concentration of archaeological remains, most notably a Roman occupation site excavated...

Westbourne Street Link Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: cotswold2-262685)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological watching brief was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology during groundworks associated with the development of a new link road between Westbourne Street and West Wycombe Road/Oxford Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Nineteenth century cartographic sources depict a mill at the site, and there are medieval and early post-medieval references to a mill in this approximate location. The watching brief identified no archaeological remains within the area of observed groundworks. Deep deposits of modern made ground...

Former Ford Site, Wide Lane, Swaythling, Southampton. Watching Brief (OASIS ID: cotswold2-268233)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological watching brief was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology during a geotechnical investigations associated with the development of the Former Ford Site, Wide Lane, Southampton. No features or deposits of archaeological interest were observed during groundworks, and no artefactual material pre-dating the modern period was recovered. The construction and subsequent demolition of factory buildings on the site during the 20th century have caused heavy truncation of some areas. The general absence of any obvious signs...

Former Ford Factory, Wide Lane, Swaythling, Southampton. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-268163)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in August and September 2016 at part of the Former Ford Factory, Wide Lane, Southampton. Thirteen trenches were excavated. The evaluation uncovered the natural horizon across the site as brickearth deposits overlying river gravels. The brickearth had survived in most areas, apart from where modern development had caused localised truncation. The absence of buried topsoil/subsoil overlying the brickearth suggests that it was probably truncated in the 1930s...

Geophysical Survey at Pixham Ferry Lane, Kempsey, Worcestershire (OASIS ID: wardella2-258166)

Wardell Armstrong Archaeology
In July 2016 Wardell Armstrong Archaeology (WAA) undertook a geophysical survey of land at Pixham Ferry Lane, Kempsey, Worcestershire. The survey was undertaken for Taylor Wimpey West Midlands, to provide information in relation to a planning application for a proposed new development at the site.

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