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North Yearle Steadings, Earle, Northumberland. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: archaeol5-383376)

Ian Wyre
In September 2019 Archaeological Research Services Ltd was commissioned to undertake a historic building recording of a complex of traditional farm buildings located to the north east of the hamlet of Earle, Northumberland. In terms of fabric evidence it can be assessed that the farm complex was developed over the course of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries which included upwards of six distinct construction phases. To conclude, the history of the buildings and their...

Highfields Farm Barn, Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: archaeol5-390638)

Evelyn Lynch & Ian Wyre
In February 2020 Archaeological Research Services Ltd was commissioned by Property Renovators (UK) Ltd to undertake a historic building recording of a detached range of traditional farm buildings located to the south west of the village of Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire to discharge condition 11 of the planning permission to convert the existing farm buildings to contribute new holiday accommodation. In terms of fabric evidence it can be assessed that the small farm complex was predominantly...

Folly Bridge, Arch 4, Oxford. Watching Brief (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-336245)

A watching brief on the Grade II listed Folly Bridge, Arch 4, was commissioned by Oxfordshire County Council ahead of repairs. Three previously unknown walls were found within the fill of the bridge, constructed on the bridge vaults. No finds were recovered during the works, although the position of the walls suggests that they were related to the horse-tram system in use between 1887-1914. The features may have been built in order to consolidate the...

House and Outbuildings at Old Bolsover Yard, Castle Street, Bolsover. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: archaeol5-408677)

George Nuth
In July 2020, Archaeological Research Services Ltd was commissioned to undertake a historic building recording of a flat, cafe, and outbuildings at Old Bolsover Yard, Castle Street, Bolsover, Derbyshire. The plot of land containing the site of Old Bolsover Yard, adjacent to Castle Street, has most likely supported a building facing onto Castle Street from the late medieval/ early post-medieval period as alluded to by historic mapping dating from the 17th century. It is extremely...

117, 119, 121 and 123 Paynes Road, Freemantle, Southampton. Archaeological Building Recording (SOU1696)

Tobias Riley, Artur Fedorowicz & Emma Anderson
The Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council carried out a programme of archaeological building recording of three buildings forming four properties at 117-123 Paynes Road, Southampton, SO15 3BW, prior to their demolition. The aim of the work was to understand the history of the structures and the changes that they had undergone, and if possible date them. The survey primarily consisted of photographs in monochrome and colour transparency with measured sketch plans. The survey took...

Peartree House, Peartree Road, Southampton. Archaeological Watching Brief (SOU1687)

Emma Anderson & Andy Russel
The Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council carried out a watching brief at Peartree House, Peartree Road, Southampton from the 05/01/2016 to the 20/01/2016. Natural gravel was observed some 980mm below the surface, in the deeper trenches. Above it was natural brickearth some 600mm below the surface. Three features and two layers have been dated to the post medieval/early modern periods. These consisted of part of the foundations of Peartree House; a layer that contained...

Well House Cottage, Wellhouse Lane, Headbourne Worthy, Winchester. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: cotswold2-407227)

In June 2020 Cotswold Archaeology was commissioned by Wykeham Homes to conduct a Level 2/3 historic building recording of the cottage and farm buildings at Well House Cottage, Headbourne Worthy. The buildings date to the later part of the 19th century and are not included on Historic Englands National Heritage List for England. The recording has been undertaken as a condition of the grant of planning permission by Winchester City Council in July 2020 for...

Land at Dale Head, Biggin by Hartington, Derbyshire. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS IS: archaeol5-384132)

Dimitrios Katsifas
Archaeological Research Services Ltd was commissioned by Simon Johnson in May 2019 to undertake a scheme of works relating to the proposed development at Dale Head, Liffs Road, Biggin by Hartington, Derbyshire. This development consists of the conversion of the former barn into holiday accommodation, extension of a single storey lean-to extension, demilition of an existing garage extension, erection of a two storey garage with ancillary accommodation and alteration of the driveway and parking with...

Land at Streetfield Farm, Lutterworth, Warwickshire. Excavation (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-410025)

In September 2019, Oxford Archaeology was commissioned by Orion Heritage, on behalf of Lightsource Renewable Developments Ltd, to undertake an archaeological evaluation on the site of a proposed solar installation (centred on SP 50789 82666). A total of 147 trenches were excavated across the site, targeted on 2 areas identified from the geophysical survey and otherwise arranged on a standard grid array, representing a 4% sample of the proposed development area. The evaluation confirmed the...

Bramley Union Workhouse (St Mary's Hospital), Armley, Leeds. Building Recording (OASIS ID: eddennis1-409166)

Stephen Haigh
Archaeological and architectural photographic survey prior to demolition.

Otley Mills, Ilkley Road, Otley, West Yorkshire. Building Recording (OASIS ID: eddennis1-411415)

Ed Dennison
Archaeological and architectural recording prior to and during demolition of part of textile mill complex.

Middle Bronze Age and Roman field systems: Excavations at Monks Farm (Phase 2), Grove, Oxfordshire (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-411020)

A second phase of excavation at Monks Farm, Grove, has revealed continuations of the middle Bronze Age field system partially exposed in the earlier excavation, and parts of a Roman field system. The middle Bronze Age features include a continuation of the trackway revealed in Phase 1 and a related series of rectilinear field boundaries. A penannular gully appears to have been a focus of middle Bronze Age occupation. The Roman field system contains an...

Images from an Archaeological Evaluation East of Park Road, Didcot 23rd-25th May 2017

These images and the associated report were created as part of an archaeological evaluation on the site of a proposed housing development at Land East of Park Road, Didcot, Oxfordshire. The work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology between the 23rd and 25th May 2017 for Environmental Dimension Partnership (EDP) on behalf of Catesby Estates Ltd.

Polglaze Farm, Restormel, Cornwall. Historic Building Record (OASIS ID: cornwall2-404449)

Connor Motley & Joanna Sturgess
Cornwall Archaeological unit was commissioned by Nick Ford (ngf Architects) to carry out a historic building record of a farm building at Polglaze Farm, Hewas Water, in advance of its conversion and extension to form a new dwelling. The farm building itself lies immediately west of and within the curtilage of the Grade II Listed farmhouse (List Entry No: 1136272) at NGR: SW 96410 49840. The work was undertaken to satisfy condition 4 of the...

Ulls Field, Wearhead, County Durham. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: vindomor1-349742)

Tony Liddell
In February 2019 Vindomora Solutions Ltd were commissioned by Vickers and Barrass on behalf of their client, Mr James Rutherford, to undertake a scheme of historic/archaeological building recording at the derelict site of Ulls Field, Wearhead in County Durham. Ulls Field is a derelict farmstead dating to at least the early 19th century. The Local Planning Authority identified the need for the recording project as a Condition (Condition 9) of Planning Application DM/16/03975/FPA, which seeks...

Noss on Dart Marina. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: aecomltd1-390544)

Mark Service
Historic Building Recording of buildings on the Noss on Dart Marina site to allow implementation of Planning Application Ref. 2161/17/OPA.

St Peter's Church, Little Comberton, Worcestershire. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: fieldsec1-250750)

An archaeological watching brief was undertaken on behalf of the Parish Church Council of St Peters Church, Little Comberton, Worcestershire (NGR SO 96699 42766; HER ref. WSM 67775). Remediation works were required following the collapse of the northern boundary wall of the churchyard. An emergency faculty was submitted to the Diocese of Worcester in order to carry out the remedial works. The works involved the removal of collapsed wall followed by the excavation and removal...

Chesterton Farm Foul Water Pipeline, Hills Quarry Route, Siddington, Gloucestershire. Magnetometer Survey (OASIS ID: archaeol20-409203)

Kerry Donaldson & David Sabin
A geophysical survey, comprising detailed magnetometry, was carried out by Archaeological Surveys Ltd at the request of Cotswold Archaeology. The survey was undertaken along a 3.7km long corridor outlined for a new sewer pipe between Cirencester and the sewage treatment works near South Cerney. The results indicate the presence of quarrying within two areas in the northern part of the corridor which along with nearby pit-like anomalies, could be of archaeological potential. Evidence for more...

Eggborough Power Station: Historic Building Record 2020 (OASIS ID: rictyler1-392247)

Ric Tyler
Conditional level 2/3 HBR of decommissioned 1960s coal-fired power station undertaken in advance of demolition for redevelopment of site. Textual description cross-referenced to present day photographs, historical drawing and other records.

Methodist Free Church, 21 Ventonleague Hill, Ventonleague, Hayle, Cornwall. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: statemen1-407703)

Daniel Ratcliffe
Ventonleague Free Methodist Church, a classically styled Methodist chapel with a gallery at its northern end, was opened in 1876. It was closed for worship in 2017 and the Methodist Church have commissioned this report to inform option development for appropriate conservation of the building through adaptive reuse. Internally the building contains a typical late Victorian to early Edwardian auditory chapel plan with a raised choir and rostrum to its southern end and a small...

Wellingborough Grange, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: 110archa1-401375)

Jill Atherton
A historic building recording was undertaken by 110 Archaeology at Wellingborough Grange. Scant firmly datable features before the Mid and late C19 building programmes suggest a long period of growth and the inevitable loss of fabric with each new rebuild and old furnishings were replaced and roofs were rebuilt with iron frames and clad with corrugated-sheets. Reused material supporting evidence elsewhere is informative. it is possible to glean information from the stonework despite ribbon-pointing on...

Images from a Building Survey of Higher Croasdale Farmhouse, Lancaster 2021

Steven Price
Image collection of a level 3 historic building survey of Higher Craosdale Farmhouse, Lowgill.

Site Images from Archaeological Monitoring and Recording at Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland, 2016-2019

Images taken during the recording of Auckland Castle's medieval west wall and the monitoring of repairs to a small mural tower during consolidation and repair work in 2016 and 2018-19. The images supplement the associated report.

Site Images from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Tumbling Bay, Oxford, October-November 2019

This collection comprises site images taken during an archaeological watching brief undertaken at Tumbling Bay, Oxford between the 22nd October and 28th November 2019, by Oxford Archaeology, during groundworks associated with the construction of a fish pass. The work was carried out on behalf of the Environment Agency. This collection supplements the site report.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School, Mansel Road West, Millbrook, Southampton. Archaeological Evaluation (SOU1707)

Andy Russel, Artur Fedorowicz & Emma Anderson
The Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council carried out an evaluation excavation at land to the north of Holy Family Catholic Primary School, Millbrook in February and March 2016. The site lies in an area of prehistoric and later archaeology, and an archaeological evaluation was required as a condition of the planning permission. Natural brickearth was 0.2m below the surface in all trenches. Its upper portion had been subject to weathering and bioturbation and was...

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