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East Midlands Archaeological Investigations

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									Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



                                    East Midlands
                                               Derby
Derby UA

(B.56.1)                                                                                    SK34703640
AIP database ID: {09EA15DD-28D1-4312-A83C-E216108890BA}
Parish: DERBY                                                                     Postal Code: DE1 1BZ
FRIAR GATE SQUARE, DERBY
Site at Friar Gate Square, Derby. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Brown, C           Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 84pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The application site was located in the west of Derby city centre, situated at the junction of Ford Street
and Agard Street. The site was occupied by Nos. 4-6 Agard Street in the north of the site with a
concrete yard to the rear. The western area of the site was in use as a car park. A set of locally Listed
horse tram rails were located in the north-west of the proposed development site. While c.100m to the
east was an archaeological Alert Area, defining the known extent of the medieval settlement of Derby.
The site was located within the Friar Gate Conservation Area, while a number of Statutory Listed
Buildings had been identified adjacent to the site boundary. However, since these were being assessed
in a separate Heritage Statement, they were not considered within the remit of this report. For this
reason the precise nature and extent of potential archaeological deposits within the site limit could not
be confirmed, though based on the available evidence there was considered to be a low potential for
significant below ground archaeological evidence dating to the prehistoric, Roman and early medieval
periods, a medium potential for significant below ground evidence dating to the medieval period and a
high potential for evidence dating to the post-medieval period. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :aocarcha1-60287



(B.62.10)                                                                                   SK58230464
AIP database ID: {7204840A-9E26-4D2C-AF65-758C67DE6408}
                                                                                   Postal Code: LE1 4SE
CENTRAL HOUSE, GREAT CENTRAL STREET, LEICESTER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Central House, Great Central Street, Leicester
Kipling, R W       Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 41pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment for the proposed conversion and extension of the building indicated that it lay within
an area of high archaeological potential. The site lay within the north-western quarter of the Roman and
medieval town, where considerable settlement and defensive evidence had been found in the past. The
potential for the discovery of remains of this date was therefore likely to be high. Although the
conversion works would only affect previously developed areas, the extension at the rear of the
building may have had the potential to impact previously unrecorded remains. The apparent lack of
cellars suggested the possibility of good levels of preservation of archaeological remains, although the
possibility of disturbance from medieval pitting remained. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.26.100)                                                                                  TL16453289
AIP database ID: {FE7E1915-88AA-4C5B-AB19-40285D39BA60}
Parish: Holwell                                                                    Postal Code: SG5 3SS
LAND AT PIRTON ROAD, HOLWELL
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at Pirton Road, Holwell, Hertfordshire
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Flitcroft, M       London : CgMs, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment established that there was limited evidence for prehistoric activity from the local area
and the site was considered to have a low potential for the presence of important prehistoric remains.
The site was located close to known areas of medieval and post-medieval settlement around Holwell
village. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.26.101)                                                                                TL35704230
AIP database ID: {84C82663-90F2-4DAA-B4B6-399F788EE499}
Parish: Royston                                                                 Postal Code: SG8 5UT
SITE A, LAND ADJACENT TO YEATS CLOSE, ROYSTON
Site A, Land adjacent to Yeats Close, Royston, Hertfordshire
Dicks, S & Hawkins, D London : CgMs, 2009, 50pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
It was established that the study site had a low-moderate potential for Late Neolithic, Early Bronze
Age, Iron Age and Roman remains and a low or low-nil potential for all other periods. A potential was
identified for medieval field ditches with in the study site, however, these remains were considered to
be of local historic interest. Any archaeological remains within the study site were likely to be in a
plough-damaged condition. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: R2488

OASIS ID :no



(B.26.102)                                                                                TL36154220
AIP database ID: {15189D1A-149B-4E0B-A3C5-54D23DAC39C9}
                                                                                Postal Code: SG8 7DW
SITES B & C, LAND NORTH OF YEATS CLOSE, ROYSTON
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment: Sites B & C, Land North of Yeats Close, Royston,
Hertfordshire
Dick, S & Hawkins, D        London : CgMs, 2009, 41pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
It was established that the study site had a low-moderate potential for Late Neolithic, Early Bronze Age
and Roman remains and low or low-nil potential for all other periods. A potential was identified for
medieval field ditches within the study area. The construction of three terraced properties along with
ploughing and scrub clearance will have caused localised but severe below ground disturbance.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.26.103)                                                                                TL28453560
AIP database ID: {AB5DEAB2-41D9-4607-8376-EAB7D7AA98AC}
Parish: Wallington                                                               Postal Code: SG7 6SH
LAND AT BALDOCK RADIO STATION, WALLINGTON, BALDOCK
Archaeological Impact Assessment: Land at Baldock Radio Station, Wallington, Baldock,
Hertfordshire
Hancock, A      Milton Keynes : Archaeological Services & Consultancy Ltd., 2009, 37pp, colour
pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services & Consultancy Ltd.
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


The proposed development will result in ground disturbance of limited extent at the majority of the site
where no archaeological remains were known. However, an area of proposed built development at the
standby station may be partly impact a poorly preserved burial mound and possible roman remains of
unknown sigificance and extent, which are designated as an Area of Archaeological Importance, plus
previously unrecorded ring ditch suggesting the location of a ploughed out burial mound. [Au(abR)]

SMR primary record number: R2476
Archaeological periods represented: UD

OASIS ID :no


St. Albans

(B.26.104)                                                                                  TL14700550
AIP database ID: {ECC10EFC-80DE-4A60-BB5A-1CE6EA7414CF}
Parish: St. Stephen                                                               Postal Code: AL1 2LE
MANDEVILLE PRIMARY SCHOOL, MANDEVILLE DRIVE, ST. ALBANS
Desk-based Assessment: Mandeville Primary School, Mandeville Drive, St. Albans, Hertfordshire
Rouse, C           Milton Keynes : Archaeological Services & Consultancy Ltd., 2009, 28pp, colour
pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services & Consultancy Ltd.
Research revealed that the site was located south of the main focus for archaeological and historical
activity in St. Albans and no archaeological sites were known within the site boundaries. Cartographic
evidence suggested that the site had been arable fields until the construction of the school in 1951. As a
result, it was considered that the northern part of the site, in which the complex of school buildings was
situated, had a low potential for the survival of archaeological remains. The southern part of the site,
which was dominated by the school playing field, was considered to offer a high potential for the
survival of archaeological remains. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: R2487

OASIS ID :no


Stevenage

(B.26.105)                                                                                  TL22982660
AIP database ID: {2A429164-3F3D-463A-91D3-6B20195F6344}
Parish: STEVENAGE                                                                 Postal Code: SG1 4AB
LISTER HOSPITAL, COREY’S MILL LANE, STEVENAGE
Lister Hospital, Corey’s Mill Lane, Stevenage, Hertfordshire. An Archaeological Desk-based Impact
Assessment
Peachey, A        Hertford : Archaeological Solutions, 2009, 47pp, colour pl,s figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Solutions
Prehistoric archaeology recorded in the vicinity of the site comprised scatters of worked and burnt flint
dated to the Neolithic and Bronze Age. The site was adjacent to the projected course of a Roman road
and locally finds of Roman pottery and coins had been made. A Roman cemetery was located slightly
further west. Scattered Roman farmsteads, often with associated cemeteries, have been recorded in the
Stevenage area. The site had a moderate potential to produce further evidence dating to the prehistoric
and Roman periods (subject to truncation). Despite their close proximity to existing hospital buildings
the only area designated for extensions or redevelopment that had evidently been heavily truncated was
that of the proposed Phase 5 Main Block. The remaining areas were predominantly currently hard-
standing car parks with sparse rows of trees. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol7-75100
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



(B.26.106)                                                                                  TL22922592
AIP database ID: {CD9D70F2-78B7-4B40-A558-6F6361483ADE}
                                                                                  Postal Code: SG1 3EY
LONGFIELD FIRE AND RESCUE, TRAINING CENTRE SITE, STEVENAGE
Longfield Fire and Rescue, Training Centre Site, Stevenage Hertfordshire, Archaeological Desk-
Based Assessment
Abrams, J        Bedford : Albion Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Albion Archaeology
The study demonstrated that the archaeological potential of the development area was variable
depending upon which period was being considered. The Prehistoric potential (before AD 43) was low
to high. The Roman period (43–450) was moderate to high. Anglo-Saxon / Saxo-Norman (450– 1066)
potential was low to high. The medieval period (1066–1550) was high to low. The post-medieval
(1550–1900) was high to low, and the modern (1900–present) was high to low-moderate. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :albionar1-80700


Three Rivers

(B.26.107)                                                                                  TQ07769310
AIP database ID: {0C7C6598-253C-46B1-9E4F-CAF99EE4C065}
Parish: RICKMANSWORTH RURAL                                                       Postal Code: WD3 1QJ
12 TEMPLE GARDENS, RICKMANSWORTH
12 Temple Gardens, Rickmansworth. County of Hertfordshire. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Holloway, C       London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2009, 39pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
The site was within Moor Park, a Grade II* Registered Garden, located on high ground overlooking the
Colne valley. The archaeological potential of the site was generally moderate for the prehistoric and
Roman periods although, due to its location away from known centres of activity and the landscaping,
planting and construction, the potential for residual finds may be higher than for surviving features. A
large number of prehistoric finds were made within the study area and the site lay c.400m from a
Roman villa. Excavations for the new basement and patio would have likely removed all
archaeological remains within their footprint. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: R2601

OASIS ID :molas1-76476


Watford

(B.26.108)                                                                                  TQ11269620
AIP database ID: {8828C484-4695-41A1-811C-20F7C55804AB}
Parish: WATFORD URBAN                                                            Postal Code: WD1 2EN
148 HIGH STREET, WATFORD
148 High Street, Watford, Hertfordshire
Ashworth, H         Letchworth : Heritage Network, 2009, 29pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Heritage Network
It was concluded that there was a low probability that the development would encounter features and
finds of prehistoric, Early to Middle Iron Age and early medieval date during the development on the
present site. The probability increases to moderate for the Roman period and high for the medieval and
post-medieval periods. The refurbishment of the flats on the upper floors of the existing 19th century
building was unlikely to affect the fabric of the building significantly or impinge on features considered
to be historically important. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: R2493
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Welwyn Hatfield

(B.26.109)                                                                                   TL24101270
AIP database ID: {34C53528-33E3-4119-83DE-BC9BC7B6F559}
Parish: DIGSWELL                                                                  Postal Code: AL7 3AY
BROADWATER WEST, WELWYN GARDEN CITY
Broadwater West, Welwyn Garden City. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
AOC Archaeology Group Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 48pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The site was currently occupied by the Grade II Listed "Shredded Wheat" factory in the northern area
of the site and the "Cromac" building located to the south of this, in the centre of the site. The southern
area of the site had recently been subject to a programme of demolition and all structures in this area
had been reduced down to the concrete slab and the north-western area of the site was occupied by a
disused car park and overgrown area of wasteland. Based on the available evidence there was
considered to be a low potential for significant below ground archaeological evidence dating from the
prehistoric periods, a low to medium potential for below ground archaeological evidence dating to the
Late Iron Age - Roman periods, and a low potential for significant below ground archaeological
evidence dating from the early medieval, medieval & post-medieval peeriods. If present, archaeological
evidence of this nature may have been considered likely to be of local significance. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.62.11)                                                                                    SK61700380
AIP database ID: {50E1D126-5C31-4E75-8DDD-AE508FD7701F}
                                                                                   Postal Code: LE5 5FT
CROWN HILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, GWENDOLEN ROAD, CROWN HILLS,
LEICESTER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Crown Hills Community College, Gwendolen Road,
Crown Hills, Leicester
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment determined that while the proposed development would largely cover areas that had
been previously developed, the new college buildings may extend into the northern part of the playing
fields, which were far more likely to contain buried archaeological remains. There was, therefore,
moderate potential for Iron Age and Roman archaeological remains to be discovered during any
groundworks associated with the development. There was also the potential for other periods to be
represented, including a tramway that was thought to cross the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.26.110)                                                                                   TL23800998
AIP database ID: {2CF2D4AB-9DBC-4751-B5E4-6E7D4DEFB021}
Parish: Hatfield                                                                   Postal Code: AL9 5NT
BUSH HALL HOTEL, MILL GREEN, HATFIELD
Bush Hall Hotel, Mill Green, Hatfield, Hertfordshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                  Desk-based Assessment


Higgs, K         Hertford : Archaeological Solutions, 2009, 32pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Solutions
The main hotel was a Grade II Listed former country house, which was requisitioned as a Red Cross
hospital during WWII and later served as a prepatory school before becoming a hotel. The subsidiary
and outbuildings located within the site were predominantly early modern in date, with modern
extensions. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: R2497

OASIS ID :no

                                             Norfolk
Broadland

(B.33.111)                                                                             TG29430820
AIP database ID: {ECB5F7E0-8FBB-4D1D-A4C1-DABA52A0E84A}
Parish: Postwick with Witton                                                Postal Code: NR135HE
WITTON WIND FARM, POSTWICK WITH WITTON
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Witton Wind Farm, Postwick with Witton, Norfolk
Rolfe, J Bury St. Edmonds : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 63pp, colou pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The results of this assessment suggested that there was a high potential for encountering later
prehistoric material and there was low to moderate potential for encountering Roman material. There
was a possible cropmark of an undated enclosure visible on an aerial photograph at the proposed
location of the turbine. If this cropmark was real there was a high potential for encountering
archaeological material in the form of features and finds during this development. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: ENF123295

OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-64579



(B.33.112)                                                                             TG10311493
AIP database ID: {75210C97-CCFE-4AD7-86DA-92B4A6026808}
Parish: Weston Longville                                                     Postal Code: NR9 5BH
WESTON LONGVILLE WIND FARM
Weston Longville Wind Farm, Norfolk. Archaeological Desk Based Assessment & Field Walkover
Smith, C E         Powys : Cambrian Archaeological Projects Ltd., 2009, 43pp, pls, colour pls, figs
Work undertaken by: Cambrian Archaeological Projects Ltd.
The work carried out consisted of a desk based assessment and a field walkover survey in advance of
the proposed construction of two wind turbines at Weston Longville on the Attlebridge Airfield north
west of Norwich. The desk-based assessment appraised the documentary, photographic and
cartographic evidence pertaining to the site and its immediate environs whilst the field walkover
assessed the area for any visible archaeological remains. [Au]


OASIS ID :no


King's Lynn and West

(B.33.113)                                                                             TF63301810
AIP database ID: {256180D2-7619-47AF-B824-ACC53A9947F3}
Parish: North Runcton                                                        Postal Code: PE304NA
A47 HARDWICK ROUNDABOUT
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


A47 Hardwick Roundabout A Stage II Archaeological Assessment
Freke, D Abingdon : RPS Consultants, 1999, 46pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: RPS Consultants
The assessment determined that the various roundabout improvement schemes occurred within the
possible confines of the site of the deserted medieval settlement of Hardwick, and within an area where
two prehistoric burnt mounds had been found. Other evidence of prehistoric settlement activity in the
vicinity of the proposed scheme had come from the recovery of a Bronze Age palstave to the
immediate north west. The line of the present westbound A47 trunk road also bisected the north south
line of a medieval bank (The Green Dyke). From the documentary evidence it appeared that the area
within the confines of the present A47 Hardwick roundabout had been subjected to intensive
development since the 1950's. It was likely therefore that any potential archaeology had been removed
by previous development. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.33.114)                                                                                TF62801830
AIP database ID: {5CBB3033-A0B2-4C5B-B948-E43BF155F1B0}
Parish: SOUTH LYNN                                                             Postal Code: PE304HS
HARDWICK ROAD, KING'S LYNN
Hardwick Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N        Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 69pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The site appeared to have been largely undeveloped until the construction of the existing Campbell's
Soup Factory in 1957 and subsequent Tesco development in 1987. Based on the available evidence,
there was considered to have been a low potential for prehistoric, Roman, and early medieval periods, a
low to medium potential for the medieval period and a low potential for the post-medieval period.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :aocarcha1-60385



(B.33.115)                                                                                TF50301673
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: WALPOLE
OASIS Record: Walpole St Peter
Report on an Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment at 'Asquith House, School Lane, Walpole St
Peter, Norfolk'
Chris Birks       Contractor's Report : Chris Birks, 2008, Bound A4 single-side printed report with
text, maps and plan drawings.
Work undertaken by: Chris Birks
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment including a topographical survey was carried out to assist
with planning decisions. [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 51594, 1525255

OASIS ID :chrisbir1-54282


North Norfolk

(B.33.116)                                                                               TG37602620
AIP database ID: {D204BBDE-9A77-4793-BD49-B54C75E00DAC}
Parish: East Ruston                                                             Postal Code: NR129JJ
MERIDIAN WIND FARM, BRUMSTEAD
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Meridian Wind Farm, Brumstead, Norfolk
Rolfe, J Bury St. Edmonds : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 77pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The results of the assessment suggested that there was a moderate to high potential for encountering
prehistoric or Roman material within the proposed development area. Any archaeological material that
was present within the footprint of the turbine bases and along the line of the construction route would
be destroyed. It was therefore recommended that a continuous archaeological monitoring of all of the
groundworks would be the minimum level of mitigation for this development. Due to the nature of the
development, consultation with English Heritage would be required, as the development may have
impacted on the settings of one Grade I, two Grade II* and three Grade II Listed Buildings. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: ENF122750

OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-58975



(B.33.117)                                                                                TG39392246
AIP database ID: {80B2253C-B82C-4B68-AAE5-F23F7574E7C0}
Parish: Hickling                                                               Postal Code: NR295BG
CATFIELD WIND FARM, HICKLING
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Catfield Wind Farm, Hickling, Norfolk
Rolfe, J Bury St. Edmonds : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 59pp, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The results of the assessment suggested that there was a moderate to high potential for encountering
prehistoric or Roman material within the development area. Any archaeological material that is present
within the footprint of the turbine bases and along the line of the construction route would be
destroyed. It was therefore recommended that a continuous archaeological monitoring of all of the
ground works would be the minimum level of mitigation for this development. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: ENF122916

OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-60267



(B.33.118)                                                                                TG11403320
AIP database ID: {C131FA96-3921-468F-87E0-5F7486005DF7}
Parish: Little Barningham                                                       Postal Code: NR242AT
LAND AT MOSSYMERE, SAXTHORPE
Land at Mossymere, Saxthorpe, Norfolk. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A         Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
An archaeological desk-based assessment and metal detector survey in advance of a proposed wind
farm recovered finds which ranged in date from Mesolithic through to post-medieval date. The
cartographic evidence suggested that most of the proposed development site had been in agricultural
use since the medieval period, and a lime kiln was probably constructed in the post-medieval period.
The layout of the fields was established by the mid 19th century, and except for the removal of some
boundaries forming small enclosures during the 20th century, there was little alteration to this field
pattern. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MD

OASIS ID :no


South Norfolk

(B.33.119)                                                                                TG13001090
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {8F92F17E-8DDD-49BA-A503-570E85ACFA89}
Parish: Easton                                                                   Postal Code: NR9 5EX
EASTON COLLEGE
Easton College, Easton, Norfolk. An Archaeological Desktop Assessment
Appleby, G        Cambridge : Cambridge Archaeological Unit, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
The assessment demonstrated that the site was located within an area with known archaeology,
including prehistoric burial monuments, settlement and ritual activity, Roman occupation and industry,
a dispersed medieval settlement, and later agricultural features. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.62.12)                                                                                  SK61700550
AIP database ID: {F12203E6-EDB0-420E-A0A2-8C7BDF4B3403}
                                                                                  Postal Code: LE5 0PT
MUNDELLA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, WYCOMBE ROAD, HUMBERSTONE,
LEICESTER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Mundella Community College, Wycombe Road,
Humberstone, Leicester
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
There was a low to moderate potential for archaeological remains to be encountered at the site, located
as it was outside the core of the medieval settlement area. Much of the site had been previously
developed, however playing fields to the north and west had the potential for surviving archaeological
remains. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no

                                              Suffolk
Babergh

(B.42.120)                                                                                 TM13454136
AIP database ID: {383038F9-1399-4369-9463-9BADA79117AA}
Parish: Belstead                                                                  Postal Code: IP8 3LW
LAND SOUTH OF GROVE HILL, BELSTEAD
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Land South of Grove Hill, Belstead
Sommers, M, Palmer, R & Breen, T             Ipswich : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service,
2009, 51pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
No known archaeological sites lay within the proposed development area but a high potential for
prehistoric and Roman sites and a medium potential for medieval sites was identified. This was due to
the presence of sites relating to these periods recorded on the County HER in the Study Area, and
cropmarks noted in aerial photographs in adjacent fields. The levels of preservation were considered to
be high as the development area appeared to have been primarily pasture with only one small area
having been ploughed. The proposed development will have a severe negative impact upon the
potential archaeological resource. The proposed construction of housing with associated roadways and
buried services would cause serious damage and even destroy any buried remains that may have been
present. It was recommended that in order to identify and assess the extent, character, density and depth
of any archaeological remains that may be present, a trenched evaluation of the area that was outlined
for the construction of housing should be undertaken. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-66476
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment




(B.42.121)                                                                                    TL88804246
AIP database ID: {8B7406D2-E981-4A89-A84A-130E18E2019F}
Parish: Chilton                                                                    Postal Code: CO100PP
LAND AT COUNTY FARM (EAST), CHURCH FIELD ROAD, CHILTON,
SUDBURY
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at County Farm (East), Church Field
Road, Chilton, Sudbury
Craven J A         Ipswich : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 50pp, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The proposed development area included the site of a Late Bronze Age/Iron Age settlement enclosure
of regional importance. This enclosure, where it lay within the site, had already been excavated in full
although recent work to the south demonstrated that settlement evidence extended beyond the confines
of the enclosure. A prehistoric trackway which exits the enclosure also potentially crossed the site. This
implied that the site as a whole had the potential for prehistoric deposits. The site also lay in close
proximity to the medieval Church of St. Mary, an associated medieval green and Chilton Hall. Early
medieval settlement evidence had been excavated in an adjacent field and a medieval trackway crossed
part of the site. Documentary evidence illustrated that the site had been in agricultural use since at least
the 16th century. As the archaeological potential of the site was high, with archaeological remains
being highly vulnerable to development, a program of evaluation was recommended as a first stage of
archaeological mitigation works. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-58650


Forest Heath

(B.42.122)                                                                                    TL71428270
AIP database ID: {9ECF27B9-8418-4153-BA78-545D9AB9EA52}
Parish: Lakenheath                                                                  Postal Code: IP279DS
THE CROMWELL INN, 76 HIGH STREET, LAKENHEATH
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment. The Cromwell Inn, 76 High Street, Lakenheath
LKH 318
Craven, J A          Ipswich : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 43pp, pls, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The assessment demonstrated that there was high potential for multi-period archaeological deposits to
exist upon the site. This was due to its fen-edge location within a dense band of prehistoric and Roman
activity and its position within the area of archaeological importance for Lakenheath. This designation
encompassed the area of the medieval town and any location within it accordingly had a high potential
for Anglo-Saxon or medieval archaeological remains relating to the settlements early history.
Documentary research and results from archaeological fieldwork on the adjacent plot suggested that the
site would have been in use since at least the 13th century, with possible origins for occupation in the
Anglo-Saxon period. It was thought that there were generally no grounds to consider refusal of
permission in order to achieve preservation in situ of any important archaeological deposits within the
proposed development area. However as the archaeological potential of the site was high, with
archaeological remains being highly vulnerable to development, a program of archaeological
evaluation was recommended as a first stage of archaeological work. Decisions on the need for
mitigation, such as archaeological excavation, would be based upon the evaluation results. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-59652
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


(B.42.123)                                                                                   TL71327447
AIP database ID: {ACBEB033-4845-4525-BE7A-3680970FB621}
Parish: Mildenhall                                                                 Postal Code: IP287HG
LAND AT MILDENHALL
Land at Mildenhall, Mildenhall Suffolk. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Jordon, C         Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The River Lark ran to the south-west of the site, through a channel raised approximately 2m above the
surrounding landscape. Geotechnical works in the northern and central areas of the site had revealed no
alluvial or peat deposits and indicated that the redevelopment of the site in the 1960s had a major
impact upon these areas of the site. The level of previous impacts in the southern part of the site,
beyond the geotechnical survey, was not established and there may have been more potential for
currently unrecorded archaeological remains. A Late Iron Age fastener was found within the site by a
metal detectorist and a small amount of Roman finds were recorded immediately to the north-east of
the site. No further information was held on these finds. No other archaeological remains had been
recorded within the site. An Iron Age settlement had been recorded on locally higher ground 400m to
the south-west of the site, to the south of the River Lark. The medieval centre of Mildenhall lay to the
north-west of the site, and the site itself appeared to have been agricultural land on the outskirts of the
town, remaining undeveloped until the 20th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :cotswold2-63473


IPSWICH

(B.42.124)                                                                                  TM16864408
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: IPSWICH
OASIS Record: IPS 603 - Salthouse Harbour Hotel, Fore Street, Ipswich - Six Storey
Extension
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment: Salthouse Harbour Hotel (Extension To), Fore Street,
Ipswich
SCCAS Ipswich : SCCAS, 2008, tba
Work undertaken by: SCCAS
Desk Based Assessment [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1530722, IPS 603

OASIS ID :suffolkc1-47710


Mid Suffolk

(B.42.125)                                                                                  TM13447634
AIP database ID: {1489DC27-9611-4D88-9490-6CD21D440E56}
Parish: Brome and Oakley                                                           Postal Code: IP238AZ
KILNSIDE, THE CROSSROADS, BROME
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Kilnside, The Crossroads, Brome. BRM 013
Craven, J A         Bury St. Edmunds : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 42pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The site was located on high ground overlooking the Rivers Waveney and Dove, a situation in which
moderate potential for evidence of prehistoric activity could be expected. Its close proximity to a
Roman road also offered moderate potential for contemporary deposits to exist within the site. A
documentary survey demonstrated that the site lay within Broome Common during the medieval period
before enclosure in 1812. The site was then used as arable land until the construction of Kilnside at
some point in the 20th century. The site, therefore, had only minimal potential for archaeological
deposits of post-Roman date. The site’s later history as part of Broome Common, small post-medieval
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


arable plot and 20th century garden meant it was unlikely to have seen activities which would have
substantially disturbed evidence of earlier occupation. Across the majority of the site preservation of
any deposits was likely to be good, apart from under the footprint of Kilnside itself. The development
had already taken place. This had seen the demolition of the existing house and construction of a new
property. Groundworks for the development would have had a severe detrimental impact upon any
surviving archaeological deposits. The undeveloped areas of the plot however still had low to moderate
potential for undisturbed deposits to exist in a good state of preservation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-59568



(B.42.126)                                                                                TL95655999
AIP database ID: {AE28C774-7582-4553-82A6-48373ED94533}
Parish: Drinkstone                                                               Postal Code: IP309TG
DRINKSTONE HALL, GEDDING ROAD, DRINKSTONE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Drinkstone Hall, Gedding Road, Drinkstone
Craven, J A       Ipswich : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 44pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The proposed development area consisted of the manor of Drinkstone Lovayne, a medieval moated site
of high status. The medieval hall appeared to have been demolished soon after its sale in 1841 to be
replaced in the mid-19th century by the current Drinkstone Hall Farm. As such it lay in an area of
known medieval occupation activity and was a site of local and regional importance. It was thought
that there was generally no grounds to consider refusal of permission in order to achieve preservation
in situ of any important archaeological deposits. However, as the archaeological potential of the site
was high, with archaeological remains being highly vulnerable to development, a program of
archaeological evaluation was recommended as a first stage of archaeological mitigation works in
advance of the development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :suffolkc1-67470



(B.42.127)                                                                                TM13607460
AIP database ID: {72BD72A1-8F0F-447B-B4CE-EF769F256D4A}
Parish: Eye                                                                      Postal Code: IP237DE
WIND ENERGY DEVELOPMENT, AIRFIELD INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, EYE
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Wind Energy Development, Airfield Industrial
Estate, Eye, Suffolk
Rolfe, J Ipswich : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 67pp, pls, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The assessment was undertaken as a result of a proposal for the siting of three wind turbines on land to
the north-west of the historic town of Eye, on the site of a disused World War II airfield. The results
suggested that there was a moderate to high potential for there to be Roman and Anglo-Saxon material
within the development area. The potential was variable with a higher chance of Roman or Anglo-
Saxon archaeology being discovered towards the southern part of the development area, near to a
Roman occupation site and at least one Early Anglo-Saxon cemetery [possibly two] and an associated
settlement. There was a low to moderate potential for encountering later prehistoric and medieval
material. Any archaeological material that was present within the footprint of the turbine bases and
along the line of any cable route would be destroyed. It was therefore recommended that the first stage
of archaeological works would be an evaluation trench across the site of each turbine base to access the
nature, depth and survival of any archaeological deposits that were present. Depending upon the results
of this evaluation, decisions would be made as to whether further excavation was required. For the
cabling, mitigation would be the monitoring of any ground works. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-67840


St. Edmundsbury

(B.42.128)                                                                                  TL85026442
AIP database ID: {C75BAC61-4837-4BB9-BE45-967DB84F38D0}
Parish: Bury St Edmunds                                                           Postal Code: IP333AG
LAND ADJACENT TO RISBYGATE STREET AND NELSON ROAD, BURY ST.
EDMUNDS
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land adjacent to Risbygate Street and Nelson Road. Bury
St. Edmunds
Rolfe, J Bury St. Edmonds : Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2009, 48pp, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
The results of this assessment suggested that the proposed development area was in an area of high
archaeological potential on the edge of the urban core of Bury St. Edmunds. Although outside the town
wall the development area lay on the approach road to one of the medieval gates and was one of the
major routes in and out of the town. Documentary and archaeological records showed that Risbygate
Street was a well established suburb by the early medieval period with dense residential and
commercial occupation along the frontage and would be similar to the medieval streets within the
urban core. There were reasonable grounds to suggest that preserved archaeological remains are
present within the site. The proposed development area had the archaeological potential to lead to a
greater understanding of the occupation, economy and development of this area. Initial archaeological
investigation would be through a trial trench evaluation to identify and assess the character, density and
depth of the archaeological deposits present. The next stage of archaeological works could include full-
scale excavation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :Suffolkc1-53665


Suffolk Coastal

(B.42.129)                                                                                 TM47306400
AIP database ID: {A5CA5411-A09D-4F46-BA64-1E6E8F67C665}
Parish: Leiston                                                                   Postal Code: IP164UE
SIZEWELL
Sizewell, Suffolk. Nuclear Power Station Proposal Archaeological and Cultural Heritage
Assessment
Forster, D        Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 62pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
The heritage resource within the Sizewell region was diverse, with sites and find spots within the Study
Area dating back at least to the Neolithic period until the modern day. The known heritage resource
within the Study Area was predominantly characterised by coastal defence systems of modern date.
This assessment established that the proposed construction of a nuclear power station would not affect
any nationally designated element of the heritage resource. However, there remained the potential for
previously unknown archaeological and palaeoenvironmental sites to be present within the
development footprint, which may be impacted by the construction of the power station. It was
recommended that the results of this assessment be used during the Environmental Impact Assessment
to inform an understanding of the impacts of the construction of a nuclear power station could have on
the heritage resource. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.62.13)                                                                                   SK60200750
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {BE701125-752A-4C9E-A285-46B490E110F5}
                                                                                 Postal Code: LE4 7SR
RUSHEY MEAD SECONDARY SCHOOL, MELTON ROAD, LEICESTER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Rushey Mead Secondary School, Melton Road,
Leicester
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment determined that the school lay adjacent to the Roman road known as the Fosse Way,
later the A60, and was also situated on the findspot of a Roman milestone, discovered in 1771 on the
site. Much of the proposed development would be situated on areas that had previously been built over
and as a result there was predicted to be limited detrimental impacts to any Roman remains on the site.
[Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, RO

OASIS ID :no

                                             Thurrock
Thurrock UA

(B.86.130)                                                                                TQ56908060
AIP database ID: {1BD4E82D-666D-47E9-BEEF-388DE88A117A}
Parish: AVELEY                                                                 Postal Code: RM154UA
LAND AT AVELEY
Land at Aveley, Thurrock, Essex
Gailey, S         London : CgMs, 2009, 82pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The site was found to have a moderate potential to hold Palaeolithic remains, a moderate to good
potential for the Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman periods, and a good potential for the medieval
period. Quarrying in the 20th century in the western part of the study site will have removed any
archaeological potential in this area. There had been no substantial ground disturbance over the
remainder of the site. No remains of national importance were anticipated. A programme of trial
trenching would be required, with further archaeological work depending on the results of this
evaluation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.86.131)                                                                                TQ65807900
AIP database ID: {EC4AD01E-FAC2-47AF-A2EE-EADA0B2190FC}
Parish: WEST TILBURY                                                           Postal Code: RM188TL
LAND AT CHADWELL ST. MARY
Land at Chadwell St. Mary, Area Centred TQ658790, Essex. Aerial Photographic Assessment
Palmer, R         Cambridge : Air Photo Services, 2009, 13pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Air Photo Services
The assessment of aerial photographs examined an area of some 24 hectares in order to identify and
accurately map archaeological, recent and natural features. The gravel soils offered good potential for
crop-marked archaeological features but there was an area of deeper soil that may have masked
information in the southern part of the Development Area. Archaeological features comprised an
apparently unstructured series of ditched features of more than one phase. One ditch linked these with a
larger group of rectangular enclosures to the south-east. Features within the Development area included
possible rectangular fields, small enclosures of unknown function, and part of a multi-ditched boundary
and/or track. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :archaeol7-74130


                                   Greater London
                               Greater London Authority
Barking and Dagenham

(B.01.132)                                                                                   TQ50638682
AIP database ID: {736B8A8C-E828-45FA-B60A-5C9FB6598631}
Parish: DAGENHAM                                                                  Postal Code: RM7 0TU
PROPOSED REDEVELOPMENT OF BARKING COLLEGE, ROMFORD
Proposed Redevelopment of Barking College, Romford, Essex. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
SLR Consulting Ltd.     Shrewsbury : SLR Consulting Ltd., 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: SLR Consulting Ltd.
The assessment determined that there was a low potential for all archaeological periods, apart from the
Bronze Age/Iron Age, which was low-moderate. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Barnet

(B.01.133)                                                                                   TQ26309130
AIP database ID: {A6C845DD-D56B-4AD1-AAC8-8D259287D501}
Parish: FINCHLEY                                                                    Postal Code: N12 0JE
FINCHLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Finchley Memorial Hospital Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land
Williams, M       London : L-P: Archaeology, 2009, 25pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: L-P: Archaeology
There had been little previous archaeological work in the area and research did not indicate any areas
of high archaeological potential. However, the site was on a gentle south east slope falling from a
gravel ridge which may have been attractive to early settlers, therefore there was possible
archaeological potential for periods prior to the late medieval. Documentary and cartographic research
suggested that there was very little activity on the site in the post -medieval period. The north-west area
of the site had been developed and was the site of the Finchley Memorial Hospital; it was not
considered of particular archaeological or architectural merit. There was no evidence that the rest of the
site had ever been developed, and as such any underlying archaeological deposits would be well
preserved. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.134)                                                                                   TQ23019252
AIP database ID: {EC253A1C-23AF-47CE-8236-78C8B58E2110}
Parish: HENDON                                                                    Postal Code: NW7 1EG
LITTLEBERRIES ESTATE, MILL HILL, BARNET
Littleberries Estate, Mill Hill, Barnet. An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Masefield, R      London : RPS Consultants, 2009, 40pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: RPS Consultants
Assessment of sources found that the site had moderate potential to contain significant archaeological
remains. The ridge upon which the proposal site was located comprised favourable geology for early
occupation. The site walkover survey demonstrated that, with the exception of the footprint of the
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


existing structures, there was little truncation of the site. Such truncation may have been limited to 17th
century or earlier ploughing, the construction of former estate outbuildings, and service trenches and
tarmac surfaces. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Bexley

(B.01.135)                                                                                   TQ49607370
AIP database ID: {862A24C5-3B00-405B-96D1-30AE0081E158}
Parish: BEXLEY                                                                     Postal Code: DA5 1LR
LAND AT RIVERSIDE WORKS, BOURNE ROAD, BEXLEY
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Land at Riverside Works, Bourne Road, Bexley, Kent
Meager, R         London : CgMs, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The site was reviewed for its archaeological potential. There was thought to be a moderate potential for
prehistoric remains, however past post-depositional impacts were thought to have had a negative
archaeological impact. Redevelopment proposals were not considered to have a severe or widespread
negative archaeological impact. Monitoring of groundworks was proposed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.136)                                                                                 TQ46507580,
AIP database ID: {34C75640-9013-48F7-B4CB-D1D9AB82E120}                                     TQ46517581
                                                                                 Postal Code: DA163HD,
                                                                                              DA161TN
THE MORRISON SUPERMARKET PROJECT, 71-79 WELLING HIGH STREET,
BEXLEY
The Morrison Supermarket Project, 71-79 Welling High Street, London Borough of Bexley
Thomas, A B      Bexleyheath : PRM Archaeology, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: PRM Archaeology
The assessment found that the proposed development site lay in an area that had seen occupation since
at least the Roman period. Further fieldwork was recommended in order to mitigate against any impact
by the new supermarket. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.137)                                                                                   TQ52267481
AIP database ID: {2947CD03-D9C0-4AFD-B7C9-4B2FB5ADB02A}
Parish: CRAYFORD                                                                  Postal Code: DA1 4AX
FORMER SAMAS RONEO FACTORY, MAIDEN LANE, CRAYFORD
Archaeological Impact Assessment. Former Samas Roneo Factory, Maiden Lane, Crayford
Dicks, S London : CgMs, 2009, 68pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
Land at the site was proposed for a residential led mixed-use development. It was determined that
alluvial deposits were removed from the site before modern material was dumped to raise the ground
level for the construction of the factory in the 1970s. With the exception of piling, there would be no
development impact below modern made ground. At least 97% of the site would be preserved in situ,
and there was not thought to be any archaeological impact by the development, and no justification for
any further archaeological work. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :no



(B.01.138)                                                                                TQ49787878
AIP database ID: {9A1B82BF-882D-4325-BECC-D3D9477BD424}
Parish: ERITH                                                                   Postal Code: DA176EP
181-215 LOWER ROAD, BELVEDERE
181-215 Lower Road, Belvedere, London Borough of Bexley. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Shelley, A        London : Gifford, 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Gifford
The site was assessed to have a moderate potential for finds, features and deposits dating to the
prehistoric period, and a low potential for all other periods. Any deposits that may have contained
archaeological remains were probably sufficiently deep to have avoided severe impact by the
construction and subsequent removal of underground tanks associated with the former garage premises.
Equally, if this was the case, they should be, if present, at adequate depth to avoid impact from the
development proposals, with the exception of pile foundations, should they be required. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.139)                                                                                TQ47527937
AIP database ID: {3A4B7035-8A89-474B-9AE7-D39E0E037487}
                                                                                 Postal Code: SE2 9TA
BEXLEY PUPIL REFERRAL UNIT, ABBEY WOOD
Bexley Pupil Referral Unit, Abbey Wood, London Borough of Bexley. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Carter, N         Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 44pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed development site did not lay inside, adjacent to or within 250m of any identified
designated Conservation Areas, Sites of Archaeological Significance/Importance, Scheduled
Monuments, Registered Parks and Gardens, Registered Battlefields or World Heritage Sites. Based
upon the available evidence, there was considered to be a low to medium potential for evidence of
significant archaeological activity dating from the prehistoric periods, a low potential for evidence of
significant archaeological activity dating from the Roman and early medieval periods, a low potential
for evidence of significant archaeological activity dating to the medieval and post-medieval periods.
The proposed development site also contained a potential for important preserved palaeoenvironmental
evidence within peat and alluvial clay deposits. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.62.14)                                                                                 SK58200480
AIP database ID: {9574F83D-4DF6-44C2-8F07-1F292B51409A}
                                                                                 Postal Code: LE1 4PE
THE WATERSIDE SANVEY GATE ROAD JUNCTION IMPROVEMENT
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for the The Waterside Sanvey Gate Road Junction
Improvement, Leicester
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The proposed development was found to have a limited general impact, however, on two areas on
Great Central Street and Northgate Street/Soar Lane, the possible impact was potentially more
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


significant. Further work was suggested to mitigate against any archaeological remains being affected
by the development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.140)                                                                                 TQ47908060
AIP database ID: {9A3DC8F7-09CA-432C-9AC3-37AD2F9EA3AC}
                                                                                 Postal Code: SE288NL
THAMESMEAD TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB, BEXLEY
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Thamesmead Town Football Club, Bexley, London
Wooler, F         Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 44pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The research showed that although there was evidence for human activity in the general area of Bexley
from the Palaeolithic Period at Swanscombe, the earliest recorded finds from within a 1km radius of
Thamesmead Town Football Club dated to the Mesolithic period. The potential for Romano-British
features surviving sub-surface within the development site was moderate. The potential for early
medieval archaeological remains was low. The potential for post-medieval and modern features was
high. The visual site inspection did not reveal any previously unrecorded archaeological features. The
proposed development area at Thamesmead Town Football Club had already been developed with two
pitches, clubhouse, spectator stand and car parking. A geotechnical investigation undertaken in 2007
indicated that made-up ground existed to a depth lower than the intended foundations of the new
pavilion so there would be no impact on potential archaeological remains in this area. No works were
proposed on the football pitch; therefore any surviving archaeological remains associated with a former
signal butt would not be affected by the proposed works. it was not deemed necessary for any further
archaeological work to be undertaken prior to the commencement of ground works for the proposed
development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-57435


Brent

(B.01.141)                                                                                 TQ19108270
AIP database ID: {1582E231-4D43-43A9-859A-A0CE26F54D32}
Parish: TWYFORD ABBEY                                                          Postal Code: NW107HQ
GUINNESS SITE, PARK ROYAL
Guinness Site, Park Royal, London Borough of Brent. Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N         Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 61pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed development site did not contain, lay within or adjacent to, any designated Conservation
Areas, Scheduled Monuments, World Heritage Sites, Registered Parks and Gardens, or Registered
Battlefields and there were no Statutorily Listed Buildings within the site boundary, or its immediate
vicinity. The site did not lay within or adjacent to any defined areas of archaeological
priority/importance/interest, however, Twyford Abbey Archaeological Interest Area was located
c.100m to the north of the proposed development. Based upon the available evidence, there was
considered to be a low potential for below ground evidence of significant human activity dating to the
prehistoric to post-medieval periods. Any remains that were present were considered likely to be of
limited archaeological or historical significance and, if present, were considered to be of negligible to
local importance, at most. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Bromley

(B.01.142)                                                                                 TQ44507220
AIP database ID: {7CA9AA54-4525-4A9F-9EB9-7BEA8D326ADC}
Parish: FOOTS CRAY                                                                Postal Code: SE9 3UE
PROPOSED SIDCUP WORLD OF GOLF, SIDCUP ROAD, SIDCUP
Proposed Sidcup World of Golf, Sidcup Road, Sidcup, Kent. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Peachey, A        Hertford : Archaeological Solutions, 2009, 28pp, co,our pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Solutions
The site was located on heavy clay geology with extremely scarce recorded archaeological sites or
finds from the prehistoric to Roman periods, although tentatively dated Bronze Age ditches and pits
were identified during a previous archaeological evaluation on or in the vicinity of the site. During the
medieval and post-medieval period the site was in rural, agricultural lands that lay c.250m north of
Kemnal Manor. The site remained agricultural until the late 20th century when it was converted into
playing fields. Subsequently the site was converted to the existing golf centre and beyond the necessary
landscaping required for this conversion had been subject to little or no significant ground disturbance.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol7-73612



(B.01.143)                                                                                 TQ47596612
AIP database ID: {7AE0CE2D-4DBE-4857-A4D9-DE5623121802}
Parish: ORPINGTON                                                                Postal Code: BR5 4NN
RAMSDEN ESTATE [PHASES 1-3], ORPINGTON
Ramsden Estate [Phases 1-3], Orpington, London Borough of Bromley. Archaeological Desk-Top
Assessment
Barrowman, S Saxilby : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 50pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment determined that there was a low-moderate potential for the prehistoric period [with a
moderate potential for Palaeolithic material at the Tintagel Road site], a low-moderate potential for the
Roman period, a low potential for Saxon, medieval and post-medieval remains, and a moderate
potential for evidence for dene holes within the study area. However, the low number of archaeological
investigations may have meant that the actual potential was higher than suggested. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Camden

(B.01.144)                                                                                 TQ28148711
AIP database ID: {6866FA98-B00B-42EE-BD8B-11CDCFFAA4A3}
Parish: ST. PANCRAS                                                               Postal Code: N6 6LU
82 HIGHGATE WEST HILL
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of 82 Highgate West Hill
Young, J           Cambridge : L-P: Archaeology, 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: L-P: Archaeology
The assessment found that there may be the potential for the remains of an earlier house to be found
during basement excavations. The site appeared to have been built in the 16th century with the
construction of a residential house, which was later rebuilt in the 18th century. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment




City of London

(B.01.145)                                                                                  TQ32798124
AIP database ID: {68FCA51C-E4AD-4EB4-A957-9DE6D5E8BEA3}
Parish: CITY OF LONDON                                                           Postal Code: EC2N2AB
1 BARTHOLOMEW LANE
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to 1 Bartholomew Lane
Transport for London        London : Transport for London, 2009, 32pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle, it seemed
sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains existed.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.146)                                                                                  TQ33008066
AIP database ID: {DA4AE622-EDB4-4920-A83D-7B55102D00AF}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC3R6EN
10 LOWER THAMES STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 10 Lower Thames Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.147)                                                                                  TQ33118094
AIP database ID: {85060187-F973-4770-9B95-422ADBC605E2}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC3M6AL
128 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 128 Queen Victoria Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 15pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



(B.01.148)                                                                                  TQ32858155
AIP database ID: {2176C6B8-4841-462C-9126-6015DF73B7AD}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC2M7AB
2 FINSBURY CIRCUS, CIRCUS PLACE
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 2 Finsbury Circus, Circus Place
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.149)                                                                                  TQ31388107
AIP database ID: {E477B66E-BC6C-46E9-BDED-05DF5B44A80B}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC4Y8AX
23-33 BOUVERIE STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to 23-33 Bouverie Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 12pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                         Leicestershire
Blaby

(B.31.15)                                                                                   SP56909780
AIP database ID: {07609AD8-109A-4C87-85DB-C139E9762140}
Parish: Blaby                                                                      Postal Code: LE8 3FL
BLABY HALL, HALL FARM AND MEWS, CHURCH STREET, BLABY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment and Heritage Statement for Blaby Hall, Hall Farm and
Mews, Church Street, Blaby, Leicestershire
Clarke, S J       Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 53pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
Blaby Hall, a Grade II Listed Building, was located upon an earlier medieval manorial site, within the
core of the village of Blaby. With this in mind, the potential of the site to contain archaeological
remains was assessed to be high, with a good state of preservation due to the undeveloped nature of the
site. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment




(B.01.150)                                                                                  TQ31928121
AIP database ID: {7A2F5C2F-DA6E-43B6-9296-6F96CCE1BEF6}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC4M8BU
3 AVE MARIA LANE
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to 3 Ave Maria Lane
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 10pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.151)                                                                                  TQ32128134
AIP database ID: {04AEC719-CA88-44F9-ABA4-367B6F0E226F}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC1A4EN
3 ST. MARTINS LE GRAND
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 3 St Martins Le Grand
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.152)                                                                                  TQ32428093
AIP database ID: {33F6A177-08DD-4218-8E6F-B0F17DAD7DA1}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC4V2BH
30-33 QUEEN STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to 30-33 Queen Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 10pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.153)                                                                                  TQ33138079
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {7FC5FEC4-E458-40ED-85C6-8B8538CDF5E2}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC3M1HD
30-40 EASTCHEAP
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to 30-40 Eastcheap
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.154)                                                                                  TQ33558113
AIP database ID: {0E4DDBCA-6CBB-483E-BA52-37E29C03946A}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC3N2ET
35-39 JEWRY STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 35-39 Jewry Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.155)                                                                                  TQ32438117
AIP database ID: {FDF146CC-C22E-4384-B259-70CB18AC3DBC}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC2V6DY
60-63 CHEAPSIDE
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to 60-63 Cheapside
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 142pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.156)                                                                                  TQ33368072
AIP database ID: {6ABCE0CE-0B9C-4562-946B-C0CEEE887F58}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC3N4AX
6-12 BYWARD STREET
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent To 6-12 Byward Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 9pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.157)                                                                                  TQ33138143
AIP database ID: {079DD6A8-5E73-4236-905A-4DB2E6DE165A}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC2M3XD
99-101 BISHOPSGATE ON WORMWOOD STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to 99-101 Bishopsgate on Wormwood Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.158)                                                                                  TQ32858070
AIP database ID: {18516E9E-6C3A-4386-A93C-EBAD1785057A}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC3R6DJ
ADELAIDE HOUSE ON KING WILLIAM STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to Adelaide House on King William Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 9pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.159)                                                                                  TQ32008100
AIP database ID: {C70DA807-545F-4DEC-A40C-137DD08BBC99}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC4V5BL
FARADAY BUILDING [136-144 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET], GODLIMAN
STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to Faraday Building [136-144 Queen Victoria Street ], Godliman Street
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Transport for London        London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle, it seemed
sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains existed.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.16)                                                                                   SP57709570
AIP database ID: {610E28E4-AB8B-49FC-8F9D-DB910B4E11A5}
Parish: Countesthorpe                                                             Postal Code: LE8 3RU
LAND TO THE EAST OF SCALBOROUGH CLOSE, COUNTESTHORPE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment on Land to the east of Scalborough Close,
Countesthorpe, Leicestershire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 43pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment concluded that there was no evidence for archaeological remains at the site, however,
this may have been due to lack of investigation. The archaeological potential of the site was unknown.
Some prehistoric remains were known from the vicinity, while the medieval core of Countesthorpe was
located 2km to the east of the site. Geophysical survey on adjacent land was largely negative, although
there may have been some evidence for pits of possible archaeological origin. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.160)                                                                                  TQ33288122
AIP database ID: {C60AB87C-75BE-48DE-A5E8-45106A8D8D31}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC3A8EQ
FITZWILLIAM HOUSE, BROWNS BUILDINGS
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to Fitzwilliam House, Browns Buildings
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 16pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.161)                                                                                  TQ31578135
AIP database ID: {55AA01A1-5F38-497F-B2F5-6E882E89EE4A}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC4A3DD
FLEET BUILDING, 70 FARRINGDON STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to Fleet Building, 70 Farringdon Street
Transport for London     London : Transport for London, 2009, 10pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for post-medieval archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary
principle, it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant
archaeological remains existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.162)                                                                                  TQ32418139
AIP database ID: {2D2114A7-4FCA-4E36-A43A-A4EA0C9FCF93}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC2P2BY
GUILDHALL LIBRARY ON ALDERMANBURY
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to Guildhall Library on Aldermanbury
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 16pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.163)                                                                                  TQ33558094
AIP database ID: {70CF6452-BECD-43E3-A745-29260F5B271C}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC3N2HB
JARDINE HOUSE, CROSSWALL
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to Jardine House, Crosswall
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.164)                                                                                  TQ33008066
AIP database ID: {4E1E9918-3707-4EDC-B8B1-C6E966137F08}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC3R6EN
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING ON NEWGATE STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to the London Stock Exchange Building on Newgate Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.165)                                                                                  TQ32168160
AIP database ID: {F45B9E4A-7B5A-4B6B-A8B2-D66C0ED383F6}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC2Y5HN
MUSEUM OF LONDON, OPPOSITE A ROUNDABOUT AT THE JUNCTION OF
ALDERSGATE STREET AND LONDON WALL
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to the Museum of London, Opposite a Roundabout at the Junction of
Aldersgate Street and London Wall
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 10pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.166)                                                                                  TQ31878164
AIP database ID: {AA0D76EC-E3C2-4D70-87C6-A789407CE407}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC1A7EY
PUBLIC CONVENIENCES AND SMITHFIELD CAR PARK, WEST SMITHFIELD
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to Public Conveniences and Smithfield Car Park, West Smithfield
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 10pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.167)                                                                                  TQ32358152
AIP database ID: {D4CDDCA8-A901-4386-990E-F4771F47FC29}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC2V7EU
ROYEX HOUSE, WOOD STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to Royex House, Wood Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.168)                                                                                  TQ32168111
AIP database ID: {072774AA-A542-46D5-B048-559B071B082C}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC4M9AB
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL SCHOOL
St. Paul's Cathedral School, City of London. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Holloway, C       London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 79pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The site was located in an archaeologically sensitive area that covered the whole of the Roman and
medieval city of London. The proposed works were generally of a very limited nature, however, the
removal of tree roots and the excavation of post pits may disturb any remains that could be present. An
evaluation and watching brief were recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :molas1-59287



(B.01.169)                                                                                  TQ32508133
AIP database ID: {E1F2DD54-1670-452E-983B-E747732E8AE3}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC2V5AE
THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DRAMA ON SILK STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama on Silk Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.17)                                                                                   SK53790590
AIP database ID: {2FF6B0C2-462A-47B0-8B04-C8BCCB921105}
Parish: Glenfields                                                                 Postal Code: LE3 8QJ
GLENFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL, STAMFORD STREET, GLENFIELD
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Glenfield Primary School, Stamford Street, Glenfield,
Leicestershire
Speed, G         Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 51pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site comprised a range of school buildings in the eastern half of the assessment area, with an open
grass playing field. There was a moderate potential for the discovery of prehistoric and Roman
remains, and some potential for medieval/post-medieval remains to be recovered during any
groundworks associated with development on the site. [Au(adp)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.170)                                                                                  TQ32978157
AIP database ID: {9960F3A1-D06F-4D79-BEA4-F31245C8D85C}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC2M1JH
THE LONDON WALL BUILDINGS ON BLOMFIELD STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to the London Wall Buildings on Blomfield Street
Transport for London       London : Transport for London, 2009, 10pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for post-medieval archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary
principle, it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant
archaeological remains existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.171)                                                                                  TQ31828090
AIP database ID: {A825C66D-5749-4E01-A0C4-5E71A03E148F}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC4V3DS
THE PUDDLE DOCK DEVELOPMENT, CITY OF LONDON
The Puddle Dock Development, City of London. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Schofield, J & Pethen, H London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 30pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The assessment found that the potential archaeological remains that would have survived on the site
prior to the 19th century included waterfront structures dating from the 13th to 18th centuries and
Roman to post-medieval foreshores. However, post-medieval and modern development would have
had an impact, although excavations in the 1970s showed preservation of remains to be variable.
Further work was recommended if any proposed development was to be carried out. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.172)                                                                                  TQ32098191
AIP database ID: {7257B25A-F524-470C-AEB1-EEC19DB87AE5}
Parish: GLASSHOUSE YARD                                                         Postal Code: EC1M6DZ
99 AND 100 ALDERSGATE STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 99 and 100 Aldersgate Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



(B.01.173)                                                                                  TQ31128136
AIP database ID: {62AA5F1A-FA3B-4D01-903F-1AB8D1B65E52}
Parish: LIBERTY OF THE ROLLS                                                    Postal Code: WC2A1EN
BREAM'S BUILDINGS TO THE SOUTH OF NO.33 CHANCERY LANE
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to Bream's Buildings to the south of No.33 Chancery Lane
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 10pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.174)                                                                                  TQ31118137
AIP database ID: {5394F9EF-10D1-4ECD-8CBC-1190C606C3FC}
                                                                                Postal Code: WC2A1EN
LONSDALE CHAMBERS, 24-32 CHANCERY LANE
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to Lonsdale Chambers, 24-32 Chancery Lane
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 10pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.175)                                                                                  TQ33388198
AIP database ID: {196AF0B9-A22C-4AB1-A643-BB063C2F2865}
Parish: SHOREDITCH                                                                 Postal Code: E1 6DQ
201 BISHOPSGATE ON NORTON FOLGATE
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 201 Bishopsgate on Norton Folgate
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.176)                                                                                  TQ33228196
AIP database ID: {C1A3BD27-BE26-4D07-AE98-3E6E33107C4E}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


                                                                                Postal Code: EC2A2NN
BROADWALK HOUSE ON PRIMROSE STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to Broadwalk House on Primrose Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Croydon

(B.01.177)                                                                                  TQ29505792
AIP database ID: {F856B78A-CEA4-4FB4-8CEE-0CB4726FAD53}
Parish: COULSDON                                                                  Postal Code: CR3 1NF
HOOLEY FARM, CROYDON
Hooley Farm, Croydon. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Davies, L         London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The site was assessed as having a low archaeological potential, mainly due to extensive terracing and
chalk quarrying that had been carried out previously. No further work was recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.178)                                                                                  TQ31256765
AIP database ID: {CE43A5E2-FF38-4FBB-83D3-A467E014F3AF}
Parish: CROYDON                                                                   Postal Code: CR7 6AB
21-27 THORNTON ROAD, THORNTON HEATH
21-27 Thornton Road, Thornton Heath, London Borough of Croydon
Mills Whipp Projects       London : Mills Whipp Projects, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Mills Whipp Projects
There was thought to be a low archaeological potential for all periods on the site. It appeared to have
remained open ground until the post-medieval period, being used as a garden from the mid 18th
century. In the late 19th century houses were constructed that would have truncated or removed any
archaeological remains that may have been present. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.179)                                                                                  TQ31746419
AIP database ID: {01325E7A-035A-4BF7-843E-5A50AA194793}
                                                                                  Postal Code: CR0 4DG
DUPPAS SCHOOL, SOUTH CROYDON
Duppas School, South Croydon, London Borough of Croydon. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Holloway, C & O'Gorman, L    London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 37pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
There was thought to be a moderate potential for Roman remains to be encountered during any
proposed development work, as the site was located close to a Roman road. Some prehistoric remains
may also have the potential to be discovered. Further work was recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.18)                                                                                   SP51909710
AIP database ID: {F585F5A0-D7C8-4C3F-80BD-1C2E950A77BA}
Parish: Huncote                                                                   Postal Code: LE9 3BA
LAND OFF NARBOROUGH ROAD, HUNCOTE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land off Narborough Road, Huncote, Leicestershire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2010, 41pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
There was thought to be moderate to high potential for archaeological remains from prehistoric,
Roman, Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods to be present within the proposed development site. The
cutting for a mineral railway was located at the eastern periphery of the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.01.180)                                                                                  TQ32416529
AIP database ID: {73CAD993-BF47-4F2C-BCCA-CAE78BC108C3}
                                                                                  Postal Code: CR0 1DZ
FELL ROAD, CROYDON
Fell Road, Croydon, London Borough of Croydon. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Rodenbuesch, I London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 48pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
There was thought to be a generally high potential for most archaeological periods on the site.
However, previous development was thought to have truncated or removed the majority of deposits,
and as a result, survival of remains was anticipated to be variable and localised. The proposed
development was likely to have an impact on any remains that had survived. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Ealing

(B.01.181)                                                                                  TQ15908270
AIP database ID: {1C54E26A-CE7A-4386-8D9A-B2DF611C6748}
Parish: EALING                                                                    Postal Code: UB6 8US
ENTERPRISE LODGE, STOCKDOVE WAY, PERIVALE
Enterprise Lodge, Stockdove Way, Perivale. An Archaeological Assessment
Lang Hall Archaeology Reading : Lang Hall Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Lang Hall Archaeology
An assessment was carried out in response to proposals to demolish the existing 1967 building, and to
replace it with a new facility on a slightly different footprint. There was no evidence for archaeological
structures or deposits on the site. There was thought to be a considerable depth of made ground across
the site. If this was confirmed, there would be little possibility of potential archaeological remains
being affected. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :no



(B.01.182)                                                                               TQ17157882
AIP database ID: {82707FAF-675A-46C6-9B2B-4864F90060DE}
                                                                                Postal Code: W5 4UU
LAND REAR OF PICKERING HOUSE, 271 WINDMILL ROAD, EALING
Land Rear of Pickering House, 271 Windmill Road, Ealing, London W5 4DW. Archaeological
Desk-based Assessment
Higgs, K & Peachey, A Hertford : Archaeological Solutions, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Solutions
The site was situated in an area with numerous prehistoric finds from the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic
periods, recovered from the Lynch Hill and Corbetts Tey terraces of the Thames gravels. The location
of the medieval Coldhall Manor was c.100m to the west and as a result the site was within an
Archaeological Interest Area. The western half of the site was occupied by the post-medieval residence
of Gumleighs (possibly part of Laurel Court) from at least the late-18th century, and was a adjacent to
the grand residence of Place House (later Ealing Park) from at least the mid-17th century. The survival
of archaeological remains (if present) was difficult to assess. The site would have been subject to
previous ground disturbance during the construction of Pickering House in the 1950s. Made ground
deposits identified by the geotechnical report were recorded with depths of 0.70-1.40m. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol7-73401



(B.01.183)                                                                               TQ15807980
AIP database ID: {E01F7A6B-B15B-471C-BF48-E86D1C21ADD8}
Parish: HANWELL                                                                 Postal Code: W7 3PE
OAKLANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL, HANWELL
Oaklands Primary School, Hanwell. Initial Site Heritage Appraisal
AOC Archaeology Group Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 14pp, Colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed development site was situated to the south side of the City of Westminster Cemetery and
residential properties fronting Dean Road, and was bounded to the south-east by Oaklands Road. The
south-western and north-eastern limits of the site were bounded by residential properties fronting
Oaklands Road. The site was currently occupied by Oaklands Primary School, opened in 1906,
comprising educational buildings, which were Locally Listed. The site lay within an Area of
Archaeological Priority, designated by Ealing Council based on the discovery of seven 6th century
graves with brooches and weapons found in 1886 in the school site, which forms part of a linear Saxon
cemetery. The potential for surviving buried archaeological remains associated with Saxon burial
remains may have required consideration. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: EM, MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.01.184)                                                                               TQ13408375
AIP database ID: {49A5BF2C-4821-4657-B1EE-2A419360095A}
Parish: NORTHOLT                                                               Postal Code: UB5 6AG
EALING DRIVING RANGE, ROWDELL ROAD, NORTHOLT
Ealing Driving Range, Rowdell Road, Northolt, London Borough of Ealing. An Archaeological
Desk-based Assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Hopkins, H        Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site was of such a large area that it was thought to have a moderate archaeological potential.
However, large areas of the site were used for landfill, which would have deeply buried
archaeologically relevant horizons. Evaluation of the site was recommended to fully understand it's
potential. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Enfield

(B.01.185)                                                                               TQ33049655
AIP database ID: {E41A3158-FBE0-4D27-B1D6-A927089E9C74}
Parish: ENFIELD                                                                 Postal Code: EN1 1AS
BOVRIL HOUSE [NEW RIVER HOUSE], 1-14 COLMAN PARADE, ENFIELD
Bovril House [New River House], 1-14 Colman Parade, Enfield. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Compass Archaeology        London : Compass Archaeology, 2009, 20pp, figs, ref
Work undertaken by: Compass Archaeology
Previous archaeological work in the surrounding area had uncovered evidence for a variety of finds and
features from the prehistoric to post-medieval periods. However, the site itself was thought to have a
low archaeological potential, not least due to the extensive development associated with Enfield Town
railway station that took place in 1960. A watching brief was advised in order to mitigate against the
removal of any unexpected archaeological deposits. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.186)                                                                               TQ35559713
AIP database ID: {1056F3B6-7F10-47DB-BA1C-6B8F09B67A18}
                                                                                Postal Code: EN3 7JE
WHITE HORSE PUBLIC HOUSE, 116 GREEN STREET, ENFIELD
White Horse Public House, 116 Green Street, Enfield, London Borough of Enfield. An
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Wallis, S          Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The southern part of site lay within one of the Borough’s archaeological priority zones, and the public
house which occupied the site was a Grade II Listed Building. Although archaeological finds from the
area were few, this may merely have reflected the low level of archaeological fieldwork carried out in
the vicinity. It was anticipated that it would be necessary to provide further information about the
potential of the site from field observations in order to draw up a scheme to mitigate the impact of
development on any below-ground archaeological deposits if necessary. It was also anticipated that
those parts of the Listed structure which were to be altered would require prior recording. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.01.187)                                                                               TQ35479995
AIP database ID: {DD2F57D2-656F-45FD-AC75-C582611B06D7}
                                                                                Postal Code: EN8 8RF
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


WOODVALE, HOMESDALE, WALTHAM CROSS
Woodvale, Homesdale, Waltham Cross, London Borough of Enfield. Heritage Desk-based
Assessment
Robertson, H       Saxilby : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
There was thought to be a low potential for all past periods on the site. A glasshouse nursery was built
to the north-east of the site in the 19th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Greenwich

(B.01.188)                                                                                TQ38417756
AIP database ID: {55542251-8459-4382-AA89-A3492BE78904}
Parish: GREENWICH                                                               Postal Code: SE109BD
STOCKWELL STREET, GREENWICH
Stockwell Street, London Borough of Greenwich. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Bowsher, J & Featherby, R           London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 40pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The site had a high potential for medieval and post-medieval remains to be encountered. The area was
densely populated in these periods, and it was though that settlement and activity evidence would
survive below the modern ground surface. However, there was thought to have been WWII bomb
damage in the vicinity, as well as deeply cut basements, but this activity may not have completely
removed traces for earlier settlement. Further work was recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.189)                                                                                TQ43207892
AIP database ID: {6CD6A0B9-13C9-4123-AAEA-E0D658C7C501}
Parish: WOOLWICH                                                                Postal Code: SE185PW
LAND AT ST. MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY
SCHOOL, WOOLWICH
Land at St. Mary Magdalene Church of England Primary School, Woolwich, London Borough of
Greenwich. Archaeological Desktop Assessment
Humphrey, R       Brockley : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 52pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment found that the site had remained relatively undeveloped until the post-medieval period.
Earlier stables on the site were refurbished into dwellings, and the site of an earlier mortuary had
become the rear garden. These structures would have had some impact upon any earlier archaeological
remains. There was thought to be some further potential for archaeology to have survived, and the
foundations for the proposed new school building may have compromised remains in localised areas,
despite the fact that there would be no basement, and the presence of made ground across the site.
Further archaeological work was recommended in order to protect any in situ remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.19)                                                                                  SP49009560
AIP database ID: {28086DA9-79C1-4008-BB5A-DE7B38D72939}
Parish: Stoney Stanton                                                           Postal Code: LE9 6DT
LAND OFF HUNCOTE ROAD, STONEY STANTON
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land off Huncote Road, Stoney Stanton
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment found that finds of Mesolithic and Iron Age date had been recovered from the vicinity
of Potters Marsden village to the north, itself a centre of medieval pottery production. Little
archaeological work had been carried out at the site, and as a result the potential was uncertain but
there was thought to be low to moderate for remains of the prehistoric period onwards to be recovered.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Hackney

(B.01.190)                                                                                  TQ32298291
AIP database ID: {96ACC0C9-F051-4E76-AC9B-B9A7A70ED2C8}
Parish: SHOREDITCH                                                                 Postal Code: N1 7TQ
43 GOLDEN LANE
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 43 Golden Lane
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 11pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.191)                                                                                  TQ33228205
AIP database ID: {171BA816-B03D-483C-A73C-990B195C547B}
                                                                                Postal Code: EC2A2AG
5 APPOLD STREET
Archaeological Impact Assessment in Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway adjacent to 5 Appold Street
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.192)                                                                                  TQ33058255
AIP database ID: {F1CCC0EA-41C6-4805-B0F7-E4D7AD86EB18}
                                                                                 Postal Code: EC2A3DT
ART’OTEL, 84 - 86 GREAT EASTERN STREET
Art-Otel, 84-86 Great Eastern Street, London Borough of Hackney. Archaeological Baseline
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Brown, C           Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 48pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
Based on the available evidence there was considered to be a low potential for significant below
ground archaeological remains dating to the prehistoric, Roman, early medieval and medieval periods
to survive within the limits of proposed development, and a low-medium potential for significant below
ground archaeological evidence dating to the post-medieval period which, if present, was likely to have
been of local importance. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Haringey

(B.01.193)                                                                                  TQ35029076
AIP database ID: {59CACAF8-4FFE-4201-B7C5-5FD9C0364239}
Parish: TOTTENHAM                                                                 Postal Code: N17 0UX
85 MARSH LANE, HARINGEY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of 85 Marsh Lane, Haringey
Page, N Norwich : NAU Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: NAU Archaeology
The assessment found that there was a low potential for archaeological remains to be found at the site.
There were no known archaeological sites or features within, of particularly close to, the proposed
development area, and the construction of the existing buildings would have involved potentially
significant ground disturbance. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Havering

(B.01.194)                                                                                  TQ51758225
AIP database ID: {FAA97EA6-8C6A-49CF-9D40-1E55F93DC469}
Parish: HORNCHURCH                                                               Postal Code: RM138QS
FORMER CARPETRIGHT SITE, NEW ROAD, RAINHAM
Former Carpetright Site, New Road, Rainham. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Croxford, B        Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
A desk-based assessment was carried out to identify the nature and extent of the recorded
archaeological resource within both the site and its immediate environs. The site consisted of two
disused warehouses with office space standing in a plot which was bounded by New Road, the A1306,
to the north and the Barking to Shoeburyness railway line to the south, with similar plots to the east and
west. No archaeological work had been carried out in relation to the site but there had been a number of
interventions in the surrounding area. These encountered traces of Bronze Age activity, Iron Age and
Roman farming and medieval occupation. Throughout these periods it was likely that the site was
marshland, utilised for grazing and meadow. There was some potential for peat deposits of
palaeoenvironmental interest of prehistoric date to be sealed within the alluvium in the southern half of
the site, given the discoveries to the west of the site on other areas of the Hornchurch levels, although
none were mentioned in a recent ground contamination survey. The medieval period probably saw little
change but the post-medieval period saw the reclamation of the land. Cartographic sources supported
this assessment with the site depicted as marshland prior to post-medieval drainage and modern light-
industrial development. There had been considerable modern disturbance of the site but any deposits of
palaeoenvironmental interest may be deeply buried. The buildings currently standing were of modern
construction and were not of cultural heritage value. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




(B.01.195)                                                                               TQ55109260
AIP database ID: {6F42BA54-08D7-4C75-9ED6-7FCBA4760951}
Parish: NOAK HILL                                                              Postal Code: RM3 9XX
HAROLD HILL LEARNING CENTRE, ROMFORD
Archaeological & Cultural Heritage Desk-based Assessment. Harold Hill Learning Centre, Romford
Meager, R         London : CgMs, 2009, 99pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment determined that the western part of the site had a good potential for archaeological
remains dating from the medieval, post-medieval and modern periods, due to the presence of former
buildings associated with the Cockerells moat. The remainder of the study site was identified as having
a low archaeological potential, as it comprised undeveloped open land until the present school
buildings were constructed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.196)                                                                               TQ50208850
AIP database ID: {E2BEE04D-9873-4735-9032-79ABB14E3867}
Parish: ROMFORD                                                                Postal Code: RM7 9LD
LAND AT SPRING GARDENS, ROMFORD
Archaeological Impact Assessment. Land at Spring Gardens, Romford
Darton, L        London : CgMs, 2009, 58pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
Land comprising a former electrical works was assessed in response to a proposed development. The
site was shown to have potential for evidence associated with a conjectured Roman road. However, due
to the nature of past post depositional impacts on the site associated with the electrical works, the
archaeological potential was considered to be low. There was not thought to be a need for further
archaeological work. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.197)                                                                               TQ56408796
AIP database ID: {51FBC14E-2E6C-4A6F-B7D5-883EC0DE12F8}
Parish: UPMINSTER                                                             Postal Code: RM141AL
UPMINSTER COURT, HALL LANE, UPMINSTER
Upminster Court, Hall Lane, Upminster, London Borough of Havering. An Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Wallis, S          Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 25pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The development site was located in an area of low archaeological potential, although some form of
investigation may be beneficial to inform the design of the proposed gardens. The impact of the
proposed alterations to the house, a Grade II Listed Building, was to be examined in more detail by an
historic building appraisal. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :thamesva1-67732


Hillingdon

(B.01.198)                                                                               TQ11208020
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {42A1D99E-3727-4D5D-91F7-3F2B14663AB0}
Parish: HAYES                                                                    Postal Code: UB4 0JT
GURU NANAK VA SCHOOLS, SPRINGFIELD ROAD, HAYES
Guru Nanak VA Schools, Springfield Road, Hayes, London Borough of Hillingdon
Preston, S         Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 49pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay in an area known to contain cropmarks that were probably of archaeological origin, along
with findspots from the Mesolithic and Palaeolithic periods. However, the archaeologically relevant
levels for the present school buildings were likely to have already been compromised by past building
work. The nature of the proposed development suggested that the site did not warrant any further
archaeological investigation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.199)                                                                                TQ07007970
AIP database ID: {BCD80766-DC76-4DEF-8D30-01C2C9D255BB}
Parish: YIEWSLEY                                                                Postal Code: UB7 9AG
RAF WEST DRAYTON, PORTERS WAY, HILLINGDON
RAF West Drayton, Porters Way, London Borough of Hillingdon. An Archaeological Desk-Based
Assessment
Hopkins, H        Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay within an area of generally moderate to high archaeological potential, but the middle and
southern parts of the site had been quarried for brickearth. The remaining areas of the site had been
extensively developed in the modern era. It was therefore unlikely that any archaeological features will
have survived on site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.56.2)                                                                                  SK35563699
AIP database ID: {A84EA9EB-F23A-44EB-9BC7-CE3A1DD465DE}
                                                                                Postal Code: DE1 3TN
LAND OFF CITY ROAD, DERBY
Proposed Development on Land off City Road, Derby
Brown, J & Elliot, L      Nottingham : Trent & Peak Archaeological Unit, 2009, 41pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Trent & Peak Archaeological Unit
Remains of ridge and furrow from medieval field systems could have once extended across the site.
Throughout the early post-medieval period, until the 19th century, the study area was likely to have
been in agricultural use. Redeposited building material, revealed by borehole date to underlie the
modern surface over much of the study area and adjacent land to the south, probably represented
demolished 19th century buildings which formerly stood there. Surviving upstanding remains to
impacted within the study area and requiring further consideration consisted of a former post-medieval
Timber Yard and two adjoining buildings. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 1204

OASIS ID :no



(B.31.20)                                                                                  SP48909390
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {CDFE1727-F7F4-426F-A252-EA7BBF15C529}
                                                                                   Postal Code: LE9 4FN
LAND OFF SAPCOTE ROAD, SAPCOTE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for land off Sapcote Road, Sapcote, Leicestershire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site comprised two fields, which lay close to known archaeological sites including possible Roman
burials and prehistoric artefact findspots. Two large banked terraces were present on the site, that may
have been dumped quarry material. An earthwork that ran across the northern field may have been the
remains of a trackway or railway associated with the quarry to the north-east. There was also evidence
for a dry pond of uncertain date as well as faint ridge and furrow associated with medieval field
systems. A small concrete building may also have been related to the quarry. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD, MD

OASIS ID :no


Islington

(B.01.200)                                                                                   TQ31278678
AIP database ID: {D1DB7A43-22DE-4D5A-BDB1-ECAF17B0B98F}
Parish: ISLINGTON                                                                  Postal Code: N4 3HQ
CITY NORTH SITE, FINSBURY PARK
City North Site, Finsbury Park, London Borough of Islington. Archaeological Desk-Based
Assessment
Carter, N           Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 48pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
There was a general medieval and post-medieval interest in this area (as indicated by the Sites and
Monuments Record data). There was a general paucity of evidence of significant prehistoric activity
within the 500m study area itself and the assessment identified only a single example of previously
known prehistoric archaeological evidence relating to the findspot of a Bronze Age socketed axe, found
within gravel deposits during the construction works on Finsbury Park Station in the 1930s, adjacent to
the east of the site. The non-designated late 19th century façade in the south of the site and the southern
half of the mid 20th century former depot building (including the surviving platform) in the central/east
of the site were considered to be of built heritage interest. The terraced properties fronting on to
Goodwin Street in the west of the site lay outside the area of landscaping, as suggested by the
embankments shown on the 1896 OS Maps. If this area had not experienced the degree of land build-
up/made ground which was thought to extend across the majority of the site, then these buildings were
likely to have constituted a greater past impact upon the below ground deposits. A comparison with
extant contemporary buildings adjacent this area suggested these terraced properties did not have
basements. A low potential for significant below-ground archaeological evidence dating from the
prehistoric to early post-medieval periods and a medium potential for below ground archaeological
remains dating to the late post-medieval and modern periods was identified. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.201)                                                                                   TQ32868175
AIP database ID: {E69B7CBE-9BEA-4DC3-B06B-3E5450B7206C}
Parish: ST. LUKE                                                                 Postal Code: EC2M2QB
3-4 SOUTH PLACE, ISLINGTON
3-4 South Place, Islington. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Armour Chelu, R & Russell, C      Salisbury : WA Heritage, 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


The assessment suggested that within the site area, much of the horizontal stratigraphy would have
been truncated by basements. However, given the probable slope of natural deposits, there was some
potential for the survival of material of Roman and medieval date in the south-eastern part of the site.
The truncated bases of deeper cut features of all periods may have survived across the site as a whole,
for example larger quarry pits, wells and the remains of former watercourses, both natural and man-
made. Given the uncertainty regarding the potential of the site, it was recommended that further
archaeological work be carried out. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.202)                                                                                   TQ32788177
AIP database ID: {7D2E6E9B-E18B-41DE-A4D2-CC1490D16A7A}
                                                                                  Postal Code: EC2A1EA
REAR OF 155 MOORGATE ON MOORFIELDS
Archaeological Impact Assessment In Support of an Application for a Docking Station on the
Carriageway Adjacent to Rear of 155 Moorgate on Moorfields
Transport for London         London : Transport for London, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Transport for London
An archaeological impact assessment was provided in support of a full planning application for the
installation of a Cycle Hire docking station on the carriageway adjacent to the site. There was thought
to be potential for significant archaeological remains to be encountered. On the precautionary principle,
it seemed sensible to suggest further investigation of the site in case significant archaeological remains
existed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Kingston upon Thames

(B.01.203)                                                                                   TQ18856927
AIP database ID: {086E0750-E67D-4168-8E8F-EC547C065C33}
Parish: KINGSTON ON THAMES                                                         Postal Code: KT1 3JX
1 CHURCH ROAD, KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES
1 Church Road, Kingston-upon-Thames. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Brown, C & Carter, N         Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 44pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed development site was in use as a hand valeting and car wash business and comprised a
yard area in the north of the site fronting on to Church Road, with a late 19th century two-storey
building in the south of the site and a further late 19th century two-storey building located in the north-
east corner of the site. The proposed development site was located within an Area of Archaeological
Significance and the Albert and Victoria Road Local Area of Special Character, as designated in the
Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames Unitary Development Plan. The assessment identified no
known or identified below ground cultural heritage features within the boundary of the proposed
development site. The closest known below ground cultural heritage feature related to the route of the
Hampton Court Place water conduit system located c.5 m to the north of the proposed development
site. Based upon the available evidence, there was considered to be a low potential for significant
below ground archaeological remains dating to the prehistoric, Roman and early medieval periods, a
low-medium potential for significant below ground archaeological evidence dating to the medieval
period, including possible evidence related to the nearby water conduit system, and a medium to high
potential for significant archaeological evidence dating to the post-medieval period. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :aocarcha1-60377
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


Lewisham

(B.01.204)                                                                                   TQ37707400
AIP database ID: {1641A320-3C7A-4412-9D4C-48261D08CF78}
Parish: LEWISHAM                                                                    Postal Code: SE6 4JB
LAND AT 15-17 SCROOBY STREET
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at 15-17 Scrooby Street, London Borough of
Lewisham
CgMs London : CgMs, 2009, 49pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The site was considered to have a generally low potential for all past periods of human activity. Past
post-depositional impacts were considered to have been severe across the entire site. Redevelopment
proposals were thought unlikely to have an archaeological impact. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.205)                                                                                   TQ36257697
AIP database ID: {FD1EA8FF-A866-4FCC-BCF6-0E0F13579885}
Parish: ST. PAUL DEPTFORD                                                         Postal Code: SE146BX
NEW CROSS GATE, LEWISHAM
New Cross Gate, Lewisham, London. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Roberts, J        Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 20pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
Evidence for activity on the site during the 19th and 20th centuries related to its use as railway
premises. The construction of the Croydon Canal and subsequent railway was likely to have truncated
earlier remains. Bomb damage in 1941 also had an impact. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-52966



(B.01.206)                                                                                   TQ37257739
AIP database ID: {448D19C6-FD36-4DE2-8A53-7A8786ED9824}
                                                                                   Postal Code: SE8 4NT
ST. JOSEPHS RC PRIMARY SCHOOL, DEPTFORD
St. Josephs RC Primary School, Deptford. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Fidler, T & Brown, C        Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 63pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
St. Josephs RC Primary School lay within an Archaeological Priority Area and Conservation Area. The
proposed development site did not contain or lay adjacent to any Scheduled Monuments, Registered
Parks and Gardens, Registered Battlefields or World Heritage Sites. The assessment identified two
potential cultural heritage features within the boundary of the school site, comprising the main school
building, constructed in 1866, and the location of a (now demolished) row of terraced housing
previously located within the north-eastern boundary of the site, fronting onto Crossfield Street. Based
upon the available evidence, there was considered to be a low potential for significant below ground
archaeological remains dating to the prehistoric, early medieval and medieval periods within the
bounds of the proposed development site, a low-medium potential for significant below ground
archaeological remains dating to the Roman period within the limits of proposed development, and a
medium to high potential for significant archaeological activity dating to the post-medieval period,
particularly in the north-eastern area of the site. As the final nature and extent of ground reductions and
ground conditions were not yet finalised, the precise magnitude of impact of the proposed development
works could not be stated. [Au(adp)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                         Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Merton

(B.01.207)                                                                                    TQ28526885
AIP database ID: {586D2567-610B-4D69-A69D-6E36191B46B6}
Parish: MITCHAM                                                                     Postal Code: CR4 1EQ
BRENLEY PARK, MERTON
Brenley Park, London Borough of Merton. Heritage Impact Assessment
Carter, N         Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 40pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The available evidence illustrated a degree of prehistoric activity and utilisation within the wider
landscape of Mitcham, possibly from the Palaeolithic period onwards, though the available evidence
did not suggest significant archaeological activity (e.g. settlement, ritual or industrial sites etc.) within
the immediate vicinity of the proposed development site until the later post-medieval period. Further
evidence may also have included evidence of remains associated to the late 19th century "Brenley"
building in the west of the site and glasshouses and further buildings in the north-west corner and east
of the site. Based upon the available evidence and the criteria set out in Section 2 and based upon
professional judgment, where proposed development work extend through the existing topsoil and
modern made ground, they were considered likely to constitute between a low to medium magnitude of
impact, upon potential below ground archaeological evidence, if present. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.01.208)                                                                                    TQ26806737
AIP database ID: {D539DC11-85E8-4E64-A6D7-FF485BE603CB}
Parish: MORDEN                                                                      Postal Code: SM4 6DT
BISHOPFORD COMMUNITY SCHOOL SIXTH FORM
Bishopford Community School Sixth Form, London Borough of Merton. Archaeological Desk-
Based Assessment
Carter, N & Brown, C         Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 47pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The assessment identified two potential cultural heritage features within the boundary of the school
site, comprising the Locally Listed northern most block of the original 1930s school building and the
site of the Catherine Gladstone Convalescent Home, encountered during the laying of the school’s
astro-turf sports pitch in the east of the site. Based upon the available evidence, there was considered to
be a low potential for evidence of significant below ground archaeological activity dating from the
prehistoric to post-medieval periods within the limits of proposed development site. If any evidence
was present, this resource was likely to be ephemeral in nature or of limited significance and was
therefore considered to be of between negligible to local Importance. As the final nature and extent of
ground reductions required for the proposed development was not yet finalised, the precise magnitude
of impact of the proposed development works could not be stated. However, based upon the assessed
archaeological potential and importance and the current design schemes, it was considered that any
development was likely to comprise a low magnitude of impact. In line with the adopted methodology
and based upon professional judgment, it was considered that the proposed development would
therefore not significantly impact upon any potentially surviving below-ground archaeological remains.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Newham

(B.01.209)                                                                               TQ42118103
AIP database ID: {346D355C-126C-40A0-9F8D-4141B5C45DEB}
Parish: WEST HAM                                                                Postal Code: E16 3RE
STANSFIELD ROAD, NEWHAM
Stansfield Road, London Borough of Newham. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
O'Gorman, L      London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The site lay within the floodplain of the River Thames, and as such, the greatest potential for
archaeological material lay in the recovery of geoarchaeological deposits comprising layers of peat and
alluvium that may have preserved information on previous environmental conditions. There was
thought to be a good potential for Roman remains to be found on the site. It was recommended that
borehole excavation and/or monitoring should be carried out. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.21)                                                                                 SP49309530
AIP database ID: {32D1DB2F-CC3B-4A23-864D-464F35E8D5AF}
                                                                                Postal Code: LE9 4DY
LAND OFF THE FLEET, STONEY STANTON
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for land off The Fleet, Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire
Richards, G & Hunt, L        Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 29pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment found that there had been little in the way of archaeological investigation at the site,
and therefore the potential was unattested. There was thought to be a generally low to moderate
potential for archaeological remains to be recovered. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Newham, Redbridge

(B.01.210)                                                                              TQ42178520,
AIP database ID: {FD21B67A-A7E5-493E-82A5-DF8248522EBE}                                  TQ41628976
Parish: EAST HAM, ILFORD                                                        Postal Code: IG8 8FZ,
                                                                                              E12 6TJ
EDF CABLE ROUTE FROM REDBRIDGE SUBSTATION TO WOODGRANGE
SUBSTATION
EDF Cable Route from Redbridge Substation to Woodgrange Substation, London Boroughs of
Redbridge and Newham. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Molina-Burguera, G         London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 42pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The central section of the proposed cable route [PCR] was to cross Wanstead Park, and an English
Heritage Grade II* Registered Park and Garden, with associated structures and features. This central
section had high potential to encounter the buried remains of 16th century deer park features, and the
PCR in general had a high potential to encounter Roman remains, as the southern section crossed the
projected line of the a major Roman road [Romford Road] and a possible Roman villa site. Prehistoric
remains were also thought likely to be encountered. Further archaeological work was recommended.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, RO
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                    Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :no


Redbridge

(B.01.211)                                                                              TQ42679187
AIP database ID: {CC17D040-8C26-4051-AF38-C7D23B002405}
Parish: WOODFORD                                                                Postal Code: IG8 8BP
BUCKHURST HILL TO WOODFORD BRIDGE
Buckhurst Hill to Woodford Bridge Proposed EDF Cable Route, London Borough of Redbridge.
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Featherby, R      London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
There was thought to be a high potential for archaeological remains to be found in localised areas of
the proposed cable trench, particularly on the outcrop of Boyn Hill gravels on the eastern terminus of
the route. This would have been most suitable for prehistoric settlement, and was where the medieval
village of Woodford grew up. The river valley floor would have been prone to flooding, and not
suitable for long term settlement. The main impact from the proposed cable would be the traditional
cut-and-cover trench, which would remove or truncate any remains. Mitigation was suggested.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Richmond upon Thames

(B.01.212)                                                                              TQ20707580
AIP database ID: {73C310A2-6088-4D99-8430-BAE138B583CD}
Parish: MORTLAKE                                                              Postal Code: SW148PP
MORTLAKE HALL, MORTLAKE
Mortlake Hall, Mortlake, London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Carter, N, Brown, C, & Fidler, T Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 60pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The Mortlake Hall site lay within an Archaeological Priority Area as defined by the Greater London
Sites and Monuments Record (GLSMR), and within the Mortlake Conservation Area, as defined in the
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames Unitary Development Plan. Mortlake Hall itself was
designated as a Building of Townscape Merit as defined in the Unitary Development Plan. The
Mortlake Hall site did not contain, lay within or adjacent to any designated Scheduled Monuments,
Registered Park or Gardens, or Registered Battlefields and the assessment identified no previously
known or identified below ground cultural heritage features within the boundary of the site. Based
upon the available evidence, there was considered to be a low potential for evidence of significant
archaeological activity dating to the prehistoric, Roman and early medieval periods, low to medium
potential for evidence of significant archaeological activity dating to the medieval and early post-
medieval periods, and a medium potential for evidence of significant archaeological activity dating to
the late post-medieval period. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Southwark

(B.01.213)                                                                              TQ33307970
AIP database ID: {26B163FA-0B12-41B1-99A8-885FA42E6D7C}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Parish: BERMONDSEY                                                                Postal Code: SE1 3LE
INNER-LONDON SCHOOLS 1918-44
Inner-London Schools 1918-44. A Thematic Study
Franklin, G       Portsmouth : English Heritage, 2009, 122pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: English Heritage
The subject of this report was school building between the 1918 and 1944 Education Acts, with a focus
on inner London. The period 1918-44 saw a movement from a parallel system of all-age elementary
schools for the working classes and secondary schools for a largely middle-class minority, to the
progressive stages of nursery, primary and secondary. The government suggested a break in schooling
at 11 and the extension of the educational franchise to secondary schooling in the form of a tripartite
model of secondary education comprising grammar, modern and technical schools. The design of
school buildings diverged and specialised accordingly. The period after the First World War also saw
school building catch up with major shifts in practice and policy affecting health, hygiene and
educational theory. School plans accordingly loosened up or split into a series of single-storey wings or
blocks, increasing lighting and cross-ventilation. Important experiments were made in temporary,
prefabricated and light construction. The glazed area was increased, and the provision of direct access
from classroom to playground sometimes reduced corridors to open-air verandas or galleries. Such
reforms in planning and construction were usually accommodated within a neo-Georgian style. Bold
reforms and experiments in school planning and construction, and a shift from the monumental to the
functional, were often achieved without recourse to architectural rhetoric, such as that of the Modern
Movement. The schools of the London County Council illustrate the reaction of a typical local
education authority to these changes. The LCC school-building programme was split between the
increased provision of secondary, nursery and special education; rebuildings of obsolete Board schools
and school building in the new LCC estates. Greatest progress was made in the newer school types
such as the nursery and open-air school, where policy was at its boldest and designers comparatively
unhampered by regulation, standardisation and the weight of accumulated tradition. The design of
open-air schools eventually influenced mainstream schools, as the introduction of “open-air
classrooms” in LCC elementary schools demonstrated. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :englishh2-64380



(B.01.214)                                                                                 TQ34247635
AIP database ID: {53742E42-08F7-461F-BCEC-FC79F37723BE}
Parish: CAMBERWELL                                                               Postal Code: SE155DQ
CENTRAL PECKHAM
Central Peckham, London Borough of Southwark, Historic Area Assessment
Smith, J & Roethe, J        Portsmouth : English Heritage, 2009, 135pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: English Heritage
The assessment traced the development of Peckham from a rural hamlet to an inner-city area in south
London with a densely built-up townscape. The assessment sought to define the architectural and
historic interest of central Peckham, building on existing studies to provide context and enhanced
understanding at a time when the area was the subject of discussions that would inform its future
development. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :englishh2-66843



(B.01.215)                                                                                 TQ31987932
AIP database ID: {5640F1E2-76FB-4FA9-8615-E5FB5991DFD6}
Parish: NEWINGTON                                                                 Postal Code: SE1 6BJ
89-93 NEWINGTON CAUSEWAY
89-93 Newington Causeway. Historic Bomb Survey
Brown, C        Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 626pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


An assessment of available historic Ordnance Survey mapping from the late 19th century to the mid
20th century indicated that the site was occupied by two buildings throughout this period. The footprint
of these buildings appeared to remain constant through this period, suggesting that these structures may
not have suffered a direct hit during the bombing raids of either the First or Second World Wars.
However, the London County Council Architect’s Bomb Damage map indicated that the building in the
northern area of the site suffered damage beyond repair, while the south of the site, currently occupied
by the former bank building was shown to have suffered general blast damage, causing minor, non-
structural damage. While the London Borough of Southwark was known to have been subject to
bombing during the First World War air raids between 1915-1918, there was no record of known bomb
hit sites within the site boundary or in close proximity to the site and no bombs were recorded as falling
within 500m of the proposed development site. The closest known bomb was dropped on Walworth
Road, c.600m to the south of the proposed development site. Southwark was one of the most densely
bombed boroughs in London during the Second World War bombing raids between 1940-1944. While
this report identified no known bomb drop sites within the site boundary, three known bomb hit sites
were recorded within a 100m radius of the proposed development site. The London County Council
Architect’s Bomb Damage map indicated that no V-weapons directly impacted the site itself, nor did
any V-weapon blast radius extend within the site boundary. The closest V1 hits fell on Bath Terrace
and at the junction of Newington Causeway and Borough Road, both some 220m from the proposed
development site. The closest recorded V2 hit is shown some 600m to the north-east of the site on
Marshalsea Road. Many bombs, shells, and munitions dropped across London failed to explode,
including those fired by British defence. There was no identified known Unexploded Ordnance (UXO)
within the proposed development site. The closest known UXO sites were recorded on Rockingham
Street, c.70m to the south of the site and were both removed in 1940. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Sutton

(B.01.216)                                                                                  TQ24606671
AIP database ID: {5DA3EE20-E27A-4AB8-8903-879A70E96992}
Parish: SUTTON                                                                   Postal Code: SM3 9HA
STONECOT SERVICE STATION, 157 EPSOM ROAD, SUTTON
Stonecot Service Station, 157 Epsom Road, Sutton. An Archaeological Desk-top Assessment
Haslam, A         Saxilby : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 42pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment established that there was a moderate potential for Roman archaeological remains to be
found on the site, and a low potential for all other periods. Past development may have truncated any
archaeological remains that may have been present. Further work was recommended in order to
determine the full potential of the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Tower Hamlets

(B.01.217)                                                                                  TQ37008179
AIP database ID: {288655F9-9A38-4EF0-8CB2-B5AD019966F9}
Parish: MILE END OLD TOWN                                                           Postal Code: E3 4AJ
LAND AT LEOPOLD ESTATE, TOWER HAMLETS
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Leopold Estate, Tower Hamlets
Zetterstrom-Sharp, J        Cambridge : L-P: Archaeology, 2009, 20pp, figs, ref
Work undertaken by: L-P: Archaeology
The assessment found that there was little evidence to suggest occupation of the area surrounding the
study site during the prehistoric period. There was limited evidence to imply that this activity increased
during the Roman period. This may have been due to limited investigation in the area. It was likely that
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


the site was undeveloped in the medieval period, though a lack of evidence ,makes this hard to
establish. Development began to take place on the site in the late 19th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.218)                                                                               TQ35808152
AIP database ID: {9800B822-CC59-405F-9FA2-6013A507E220}
                                                                                 Postal Code: E1 0RH
SIR JOHN CASS FOUNDATION AND RED COAT CHURCH OF ENGLAND
SECONDARY SCHOOL, WALTER TERRACE, STEPNEY
Sir John Cass Foundation and Red Coat Church of England Secondary School, Walter Terrace,
Stepney, London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Dawson, H         London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The site was thought to have a moderate potential for archaeological remains representing early and
later medieval settlement. Proposed extensions were thought to have the potential to affect any remains
that may have existed. Further archaeological work was recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.219)                                                                               TQ38408150
AIP database ID: {3DC2F0F9-CD5D-4E8C-B44D-B8BF8DFE6025}
Parish: POPLAR BOROUGH                                                          Postal Code: E14 0LH
DEVON WHARF, LEVEN ROAD, TOWER HAMLETS
Devon Wharf, Leven Road, Tower Hamlets. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N          Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 59pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The development scheme proposed the demolition of existing buildings and construction of a part
five/nine storey commercial and residential development. Based on available evidence, there was
considered to be a medium potential for prehistoric below ground deposits, a low potential for Roman,
early medieval, medieval and early post-medieval below ground archaeological evidence and a low
potential for significant late post-medieval below ground archaeological evidence, though evidence
related to 19th century land reclamation and drainage features may have been present. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: Lonm-Tow.33

OASIS ID :no


Charnwood

(B.31.22)                                                                                SK58301730
AIP database ID: {DBC4C427-A602-4901-A45A-E76D54A5EFBB}
Parish: Barrow upon Soar                                                       Postal Code: LE128SW
LAND ADJACENT TO MELTON ROAD, BARROW-UPON-SOAR
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land Adjacent to Melton Road, Barrow-upon-Soar,
Leicestershire
Clarke, S J      Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 20pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment demonstrated that the site had the potential to be rich in archaeological remains. Late
Neolithic/Bronze Age flint scatters, a Roman road known as the Saltway, other Roman sites and post-
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


medieval lime kilns were all known from the surrounding area. Lime pits associated with the kilns were
thought to have been in use until the early 20th century, and where these had encroached into the site
itself, archaeological remains may have been compromised. However, for the most part, where recent
truncation had not impacted within the study area, survival of any remains was predicted to be good.
[Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.220)                                                                                  TQ36668348
AIP database ID: {0C0496F8-8D58-47B0-8821-B20D7DBAB00B}
                                                                                   Postal Code: E3 5LL
JOHN BOND HOUSE, 20 WRIGHT’S ROAD, BOW
John Bond House, 20 Wright’s Road, Bow, London E3 5LE. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Doyle, K            Hertford : Archaeological Solutions, 2009, 46pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Solutions
The work was carried out in support of planning proposals to redevelop the site for new-build
residential units. It had a varied, yet significant, potential for archaeological remains, with only a low
potential for finds or features dating to the Anglo-Saxon, medieval and post-medieval periods. It had a
high potential for remains dating to the early modern, modern and Romano-British periods and an
extensive Romano-British road-side settlement was known to have existed at Old Ford. The site
remained as undeveloped agricultural land until the mid 19th century, but was occupied by terraced
housing along Wright’s Road and Beale Place, and partially by "Bow Public Baths" by the late 19th
century. In the modern period, between 1955 and 1970, the site was redeveloped as the site of the
extant John Bond House, which comprised a two storey modern L-shaped structure providing Housing
Association residential housing in the form of flats. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.221)                                                                                  TQ37408120
AIP database ID: {C86BDAE9-EA7D-4D30-84D7-6536218B61B8}
                                                                                   Postal Code: E14 6ER
NEW FESTIVAL QUARTER
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. New Festival Quarter, London
Meager, R          London : CgMs, 2009, 48pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The site was considered to have a moderate potential for the prehistoric, post-medieval and modern
periods. Past post-depositional impacts were shown to be severe as a result of existing and previous
phases of building, together with World War Two bomb damage. Further mitigation measures would
be required for further development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.222)                                                                                  TQ38208260
AIP database ID: {17243B07-BDFF-4214-ADC8-732E2E2F5E61}
                                                                                   Postal Code: E3 3ED
THREE MILL LANE, BROMLEY-BY-BOW
Three Mill Lane, Bromley-by-Bow, London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Cultural Heritage Baseline
Assessment
Carter, N       Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 59pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


The proposed development site was within an Archaeological Priority Area based on the potential for
significant archaeological remains to be preserved within and below deep alluvial deposits associated
with the River Lea. Based upon the available evidence, there was there was considered to be a medium
potential for archaeological evidence of significant activity dating from the prehistoric periods,
including potentially preserved palaeo-environmental and archaeological evidence within alluvial
deposits, a low potential for evidence of significant activity dating from the Roman period, a low to
medium potential for evidence of significant activity dating to the early medieval period, a medium
potential for evidence of significant activity to the medieval period, a medium potential for evidence of
significant activity dating to the early post-medieval period, a medium to high potential for evidence of
significant activity dating to the later post-medieval period, and It was considered that potential
archaeological evidence dating to all periods, if present within the bounds of the proposed development
site, was likely to be of between local to regional importance, at most. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Waltham Forest

(B.01.223)                                                                                 TQ37908610
AIP database ID: {1755CEE1-7C67-4701-B37A-6E03A85A7CE3}
Parish: LOW LEYTON                                                               Postal Code: E10 5NX
NISSAN CAR DEALERSHIP, RUCKHOLT ROAD, LEYTON
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Nissan Car Dealership, Ruckholt Road, Leyton, London
Dicks, S London : CgMs, 2009, 32pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The site was assessed to have a moderate potential for the remains of a post-medieval farmhouse and
late medieval farm buildings. In addition, a low-moderate potential was identified for Late Bronze
Age/Early Iron Age occupation evidence. A low or low-nil potential was identified for all other
periods. It was concluded that the site should have a small programme of targeted trial trenching to
determine the presence or absence of significant archaeological remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.224)                                                                                 TQ35999000
AIP database ID: {6C53706B-1929-44FD-8EA1-ADBF586220A2}
Parish: WALTHAMSTOW                                                               Postal Code: E17 6BL
UNITY WORKS, SUTHERLAND ROAD
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Unity Works, Sutherland Road, London E17
Dicks, S & Hawkins, D London : CgMs, 2009, 42pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment identified that the site had a low or low-nil potential for all archaeological periods.
More particularly, it was established that due to the level of previous development, in particular its
former industrial use, the archaeological potential of the site had been significantly reduced, if not
entirely removed. No further work was thought to be necessary. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Wandsworth

(B.01.225)                                                                                 TQ26337566
AIP database ID: {7AC4AB51-6C8B-43A3-A884-09C6896A1E3F}
Parish: BATTERSEA                                                               Postal Code: SW113UZ
1-10 RIVER REACH BUSINESS PARK, 1 GARTONS WAY
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of 1-10 River Reach Business Park, 1 Gartons Way
Young, J          Cambridge : L-P: Archaeology, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: L-P: Archaeology
The assessment found a wealth of evidence in the form of unstratified finds within the local area, which
may have suggested that the site had been subjected to fairly intensive activity in the early prehistoric
periods, however, there was a lack of evidence for actual settlement sites during these periods. The first
known activity was the construction of York House in 1471, c.100m to the east of the study site. This
was used for several centuries by the Bishops of York before being used as a candle factory. The study
site was developed in the 19th century when it was used as a sugar factory. This was likely to have
destroyed any earlier archaeological remains. The factory was closed in the late 1970s. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.01.226)                                                                                  TQ27027664
AIP database ID: {BD0C2FC1-8EAC-44BE-8D36-45B0E282472F}
                                                                                 Postal Code: SW113PB
SALESIAN COLLEGE, SURREY LANE, BATTERSEA
Salesian College, Surrey Lane, Battersea. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Dubber, J         Loughborough : Trigpoint Conservation and Planning Ltd., 2009, 28pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Trigpoint Conservation and Planning Ltd.
The assessment determined that the site was largely unoccupied by buildings until 1838, and was only
first developed as a school in 1895. It was also likely that as the medieval core of Battersea was
situated further west, there would be no earlier archaeological activity on the site. The proposed
development was thought unlikely to disturb any remains that may have been present. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.227)                                                                                TQ26407560,
AIP database ID: {2E8D7DCC-0E72-46BE-B913-A0B04F205CB9}                                    TQ26307560
                                                                                Postal Code: SW113UZ,
                                                                                              SW113SE
SITE A, 8-40 CHATFIELD ROAD, WANDSWORTH
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Site A, 8-40 Chatfield Road, Wandsworth
Young, J         Cambridge : L-P: Archaeology, 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: L-P: Archaeology
The assessment found a wealth of evidence in the form of unstratified finds within the local area, which
may have suggested that the site had been subjected to fairly intensive activity in the early prehistoric
periods, however, there was a lack of evidence for actual settlement sites during these periods. The first
known activity was the construction of York House in 1471, c.100m to the east of the study site. This
was used for several centuries by the Bishops of York before being used as a candle factory. The site
itself was not developed until 1896 when terraced housing was built on the site. The site remained
unchanged until the 1970s, when it appeared that the extant buildings on the site were constructed.
Further work was thought to be necessary in order to assess the impact that post-medieval and later
activity may have had upon earlier remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.228)                                                                                  TQ25867390
AIP database ID: {4889D25F-6F52-455B-A6E6-1EABCC7265C2}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Parish: WANDSWORTH BOROUGH                                                      Postal Code: SW184NT
130–138 GARRATT LANE, WANDSWORTH
130–138 Garratt Lane, Wandsworth, London Borough of Wandsworth. An Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Wallis, S          Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay within an archaeological priority area within the Borough, though recent fieldwork in the
vicinity, including a plot of land immediately to the south, had produced negative results. Part of the
site was occupied by a basement which was likely to have removed all archaeologically relevant
deposits in that area, though other areas may well have been intact. It was anticipated that it would be
necessary to provide further information about the potential of the unbasemented part of the site from
field observation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :thamesva1-59022



(B.01.229)                                                                                 TQ25127519
AIP database ID: {73188C93-172C-4A10-ACB0-F3CF2A50CDA1}
                                                                                Postal Code: SW181NN
IMA HOUSE, 20 NORTHFIELDS
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Ima House, 20 Northfields, London
Gailey, S         London : CgMs, 2009, 25pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The site was found to have a good potential for the Mesolithic, a moderate to good potential for the
Neolithic period, and a low to moderate potential for the Bronze Age and Iron Age periods. There was
thought to be a good potential for medieval or post-medieval agricultural activity, but a low potential
for settlement remains. Past post-depositional impacts will have had a cumulative effect on underlying
archaeological deposits. It was likely that an archaeological trial trenching exercise would be required.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.23)                                                                                  SK50402180
AIP database ID: {1A23D35B-BB48-4B91-A578-2F4A79EDDE10}
Parish: Hathern                                                                  Postal Code: LE125HZ
LAND OFF LOUGHBOROUGH ROAD, HATHERN
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land off Loughborough Road, Hathern, Leicestershire
Dawson, M        London : CgMs, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment found no evidence for remains from the prehistoric or Roman periods at the site,
although there was some evidence for the surrounding areas. In recent years, the use of the site for
arable farming had given the chance to yield chance finds, but nothing was recovered. This, together
with the absence of evidence from the site, made it unlikely that significant archaeological remains
would be recovered. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.230)                                                                                 TQ22007520
AIP database ID: {693F8691-4E50-4246-9640-EB4C6FE6E666}
                                                                                Postal Code: SW155LR
LAND AT ROEHAMPTON CLUB
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at Roehampton Club, Roehampton
Darton, L         London : CgMs, 2009, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The site was thought to have had a moderate potential for prehistoric remains to be found, however,
past post-depositional impacts had been severe and would have removed any features or deposits that
could have existed. No further work was thought to be necessary. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.231)                                                                                 TQ26007500
AIP database ID: {736D8F0D-C6A3-492D-85B8-08F31E21692F}
                                                                                Postal Code: SW181LA
THE ALMA PUB, WANDSWORTH
The Alma Pub, Wandsworth, London, Desk-based Assessment
Norman, L          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The site contained no known archaeological features, although it had the potential for previously
unknown archaeological remains to be present. There was thought to be a limited potential for
prehistoric remains, and an uncertain but low potential for Roman and medieval remains. Post-
medieval remains, if present, would have been affected by different degrees of truncation by the
various phases of construction and demolition that had occurred over time. An old metalwork building
on the site was a late Victorian industrial building, and although not Listed, was of local architectural
and historical interest. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :oxfordar1-82961


Westminster

(B.01.232)                                                                                 TQ26707930
AIP database ID: {4CD13088-2256-4017-910D-1785DB0F1225}
Parish: ST. MARGARET AND ST. JOHN                                                Postal Code: SW7 2BU
EXHIBITION ROAD BUILDING, IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON, SOUTH EAST
QUADRANT PROGRAMME
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment Exhibition Road Building, Imperial College London, South
East Quadrant Programme
Davies, L         London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The site had a generally low potential to contain significant archaeological remains. [AIP]


OASIS ID :no



(B.01.233)                                                                                 TQ29607955
AIP database ID: {83B98DEF-BC93-4C8A-A556-A3D6B69DA089}
                                                                               Postal Code: SW1H9AT
LAND AT PETTY FRANCE/QUEEN ANNE'S GATE, CITY OF WESTMINSTER
Land at Petty France/Queen Anne's Gate, City of Westminster. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Fariman, A & Holden, S Saxilby : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 42pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment concluded that there was a high potential for post-medieval remains, a low potential for
all other periods, and a moderate potential for palaeoenvironmental remains. A programme of
archaeological monitoring was recommended to mitigate against the removal of any hitherto unknown
archaeological remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :preconst1-73314



(B.01.234)                                                                               TQ26468365
AIP database ID: {38BD478C-A939-483D-BDE4-2A83BAEBD21A}
Parish: ST. MARYLEBONE                                                         Postal Code: NW8 0NJ
GEORGE ELIOT AND QUINTIN KYNASTON SCHOOLS, MARLBOROUGH HILL,
ST. JOHN'S WOOD, CITY OF WESTMINSTER
An Archaeological Desktop Assessment of George Eliot and Quintin Kynaston Schools,
Marlborough Hill, St. John's Wood, City of Westminster
Barrowman, S Saxilby : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 45pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment established that there was a moderate potential for post-medieval remains, and a low
potential for all other periods. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


                                       North East
                                          Darlington
Darlington UA

(B.55.235)                                                                               NZ36602115
AIP database ID: {D4FE30F7-80F4-4562-9488-A6D8C67DB6EC}
Parish: Bishopton                                                               Postal Code: TS211EZ
11-17 HIGH STREET, BISHOPTON
11-17 High Street, Bishopton, County Durham. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Adams, J         Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 25pp, colour pls,
figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
The site was within the medieval village of Bishopton. The rear of the properties were relatively
undeveloped, and any resource that may have existed had the potential to survive. There was no
evidence for any development having taken place on the vacant plot and to the rear of the properties.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-55076



(B.55.236)                                                                               NZ36301900
AIP database ID: {6F700A68-C90E-4B2C-B7EC-23096F0E5F32}
                                                                               Postal Code: TS211HH
NEWBIGGIN WIND FARM, EAST AND WEST NEWBIGGIN
Newbiggin Wind Farm, East and West Newbiggin, Durham. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Roberts, J       Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 19pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


There were no historic or protected buildings on or in the immediate vicinity of the site. The structures
on the site were of 19th to 20th century date. Scheduled Ancient Monuments in the surrounding area
included the castle at Bishopton and Larberry Pastures. There was no direct evidence that the proposed
site was occupied during the prehistoric or Romano-British periods. There area was utilised during the
medieval and post-medieval periods as agricultural land. There had been little 19th and 20th century
development on the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :archaeol3-55013



(B.55.237)                                                                                 NZ29211471
AIP database ID: {2E071D47-9AA0-40CC-BD65-0C603D94CE47}
Parish: DARLINGTON                                                               Postal Code: DL1 1GB
DARLINGTON TOWN CENTRE FRINGE PROJECT
Darlington Town Centre Fringe Project, Darlington. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Platell, A         Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 46pp, colour pls,
figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
Darlington, the North road in particular, contained a number of important historic remains from the
early history of the railway system. Some of these were in poor settings, obscured by later
developments, and with poor public access. In the south-west part of the study area, west of the river,
deposits relating to high status medieval and post-medieval buildings had the potential to survive in the
Feethams area. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :archaeol3-60020

                                             Durham
Derwentside

(B.20.238)                                                                                 NZ10775179
AIP database ID: {CB98D364-9336-4971-A03B-A39A232CFBD5}
Parish: BENFIELDSIDE                                                              Postal Code: DH8 5JF
PROPOSED CONSETT ACADEMY AND LEISURE CENTRE
Building Schools for the Future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment: Proposed Consett Academy and
Leisure Centre
Durham County Council's Archaeology Section           Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 25pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
It was clear from the assessment that the site was historically in use as common land up until the late
18th to early 19th centuries. It was deemed that the proposed development site had low archaeological
potential. [Au(abr)


OASIS ID :no



(B.20.239)                                                                                 NZ19985303
AIP database ID: {868A3893-9DD1-403E-95E9-D37E3C4AA1F5}
Parish: STANLEY                                                                  Postal Code: DH9 0DG
ACADEMY AT STANLEY, STANLEY
Building Schools for the Future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment: Proposed Academy at Stanley,
Stanley, Co. durham
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Durham County Council's Archaeology Section        Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
The site for the new academy building was deemed to be of low archaeological potential due to the
likelihood the ground was disturbed during the building and demolition of a former building in the
area. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.31.24)                                                                                 SK57401450
AIP database ID: {D74CAEAB-0365-4D54-8A0E-3F12E4A2EF72}
Parish: Mountsorrel                                                             Postal Code: LE127HE
LAND ADJACENT TO HALSTEAD ROAD, MOUNTSORREL
Land adjacent to Halstead Road, Mountsorrel, Leicestershire. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Clarke, S J      Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 22pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site was found to be located in close proximity to a number of known archaeological sites, ranging
in date from the Mesolithic to Roman periods. Although the site had been heavily ploughed in recent
years, map evidence had shown very little development since the 19th century, and any below-ground
archaeological remains were likely to be relatively well-preserved and close to the surface. A structure
on the site known as Peat's Barn may have dated to the 16th/17th century. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Durham

(B.20.240)                                                                                NZ27064246
AIP database ID: {8B8F8041-2E32-4CBA-BC01-A426BCD375C9}
Parish: CROSSGATE                                                               Postal Code: DH1 4PR
FORMER RAFA CLUB, CROSSGATE
Former Rafa Club Crossgate, Durham, Co. Durham. Desk-based Assessment
Strickland, J      Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 45pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The work concluded that this area of Crossgate had been developed at least since the medieval period.
It was therefore recommended that, at a minimum, an archaeological watching brief be undertaken
prior to the construction of the new development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-60585



(B.20.241)                                                                                NZ27404254
AIP database ID: {5B924C9F-EC7C-4072-901D-B4A64D14F48E}
Parish: DURHAM ST. NICHOLAS                                                     Postal Code: DH1 3NB
DURHAM MARKET PLACE AND VENNELS, DURHAM CITY
Durham Market Place and Vennels, Durham City. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Roberts, J       Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 38pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


The study areas fell within Durham City Conservation Area. An area to the south of Market Place,
encompassing the castle and cathedral, was a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site. There were
numerous Listed Buildings around the Market Place and in the surrounding streets, but an assessment
of the built environment/streetscape was not part of this study. The statue of the Third Marques of
Londonderry was Listed Grade II. There were few indications that the proposed development area was
occupied during the prehistoric and Romano-British periods and any remains from those periods were
likely to be deeply buried or disturbed by later activity. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-55042



(B.20.242)                                                                                  NZ26744484
AIP database ID: {A1071235-C56E-4520-A803-333CA2C2CA30}
Parish: Framwellgate Moor                                                        Postal Code: DH1 5BQ
FRAMWELLGATE SCHOOL, PIT LANE, FRAMWELLGATE MOOR, DURHAM
CITY
Building Schools for the future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment: Framwellgate School, Pit Lane,
Framwellgate Moor, Durham City, Co. Durham
Durham County Council's Archaeology Section             Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
There was limited potential archaeological remains noted within the wider landscape. The assessment
noted that there was a medium-low archaeological potential within the site on the existing playing
fields. However, if new build were to occur within the footprint of the extant buildings, the potential to
disturb significant archaeological deposits falls to low-negligible. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.20.243)                                                                                  NZ26503960
AIP database ID: {1D3005A1-E1DB-408E-94F2-C6AF2DA3455F}
Parish: ST. OLWALDS                                                               Postal Code: DH1 3SX
LOW BURNHALL
Low Burnhall, County Durham. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Richardson, D Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 42pp, colour
pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
There was a high background level of prehistoric settlement/activity in the wider vicinity of the site.
Historic map regression has shown that the majority of the site was subject to agricultural exploitation,
and the later 19th century and then coal extraction. The site then returned to agricultural production in
the 20th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Easington

(B.20.244)                                                                                  NZ43204390
AIP database ID: {6DF1BB02-155F-4C38-B169-FF09BFB5F997}
Parish: Easington Colliery                                                        Postal Code: SR8 3PN
GLENDENE SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY ARTS COLLEGE
Building Schools for the Future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment: Glendene School and
Community Arts College
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Durham County Council's Archaeology Section           Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
The wider landscape had the potential to contain archaeological resources and deposits dating from
Mesolithic through to post-medieval. There were no recorded resources within the search area. The
assessment had noted that there was likely to be low to medium archaeological potential within the
school playing fields, and where extant buildings exist potential was negligible. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 31321
Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.20.245)                                                                               NZ44004053
AIP database ID: {354A54A8-D1B0-40A7-AEC2-6022EF2FAE78}
Parish: Peterlee                                                                Postal Code: SR8 5RL
DENE COMMUNITY TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL, HORDEN
Building Schools for the Future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment: Dene Community Technology
School, Horden, Co. Durham
Durham County Council's Archaeology Section          Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
The wider landscape had the potential to contain archaeological resources and deposits dating from the
Mesolithic through to medieval. There were no recorded resources within the study area. The
assessment noted there was likely to be a low archaeological potential within the school playing fields
and where extant buildings were present. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.20.246)                                                                               NZ42304040
AIP database ID: {AB51175C-6ABD-4CF3-9F0C-688B58435134}
                                                                                Postal Code: SR8 1DE
ST. BEDE'S RC COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL
Building Schools for the Future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment: St. Bede's RC Comprehensive
School, Peterlee, Co. Durham
Durham County Council's Archaeology Section           Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
The wider landscape had the potential to contain archaeological resources and deposits. There were no
recorded resources within the search area. The assessment noted that there was a low archaeological
potential to the south of the former route of Howletch Lane. However, if new build was to occur to the
north of this former routeway, then the archaeological potential increased to medium-high as this area
contained the potential remains of Howletch House. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.20.247)                                                                               NZ41094959
AIP database ID: {D77940DF-27E2-4F05-A370-593D2269D8DD}
Parish: Seaham                                                                  Postal Code: SR7 0BJ
FORMER SEAHAM AND SEATON COLLIERIES
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Building Schools for the Future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment: Proposed School at Former
Seaham and Seaton Collieries, Seaham, Co. Durham
Durham County Council's Archaeology Section            Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 25pp, pls, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
It was clear from the assessment that the site was historically in use as common land up until the early-
mid 19th century when the collieries at Seaham and Seaton were sunk. A requirement for further
archaeological works was dependant on the location of the proposed new build versus previous
levelling or truncation of the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.20.248)                                                                                 NZ41314942
AIP database ID: {32833086-1B2E-4744-AE5B-7D544D47BE1A}
                                                                                 Postal Code: SR7 8AS
SEAHAM MALVERN CRESCENT
Building Schools for the Future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment: Proposed School at Seaham
Malvern Crescent
Durham County Council's Archaeology Section           Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 19pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
It was clear from assessment that the site was historically in use as common land up until the early to
mid 19th century, when the collieries at Seaham and Seaton were sunk. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 31320
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.20.249)                                                                                 NZ40423754
AIP database ID: {D41AE399-45E5-4395-BE69-158DA0B0CA8F}
Parish: Wingate                                                                  Postal Code: TS285BU
WELLFIELD SCHOOL
Building Schools for the Future. Rapid Archaeological Assessment. Wellfield School, Wingate, Co.
Durham
Durham County Council's Archaeology Section           Durham : Durham County Council's Archaeology
Section, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Durham County Council's Archaeology Section
It was clear from the assessment that the site was historically in use as agricultural land. In the
immediate vicinity there was a rapid expansion of the infrastructure, amenities and housing attached to
the colliery at Wingate Grange during the 19th and 20th centuries. This urban area developed into the
town of Wingate. During this period the first school appeared on the site c.1919. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 31319

OASIS ID :no



(B.31.25)                                                                                  SK58801380
AIP database ID: {701438BF-3B0F-40F3-99C0-BCBDCBD23654}
Parish: Rothley                                                                  Postal Code: LE127DF
LAND AT MANOR HOLT, MOUNTSORREL
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Land at Manor Holt, Mountsorrel, Leicestershire
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 40pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site was found to lay close to areas of some archaeological significance, including Rothley Lodge
Farm which was excavated in 2005 and yielded Neolithic and Bronze Age artefacts of regional/national
importance. Much of the site itself was an agricultural field, and had remained undeveloped since at
least the post-medieval period, giving potentially good preservation of any archaeological remains that
may have been present. There was thought to be a moderate to high potential for prehistoric remains to
be encountered during any development, with a low to moderate potential for Roman, Anglo-Saxon or
medieval remains. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Teesdale

(B.20.250)                                                                                  NZ19802250
AIP database ID: {66E7068C-E5E3-447B-B7B7-CD7502F2727C}
Parish: Bolam                                                                     Postal Code: DL2 2UP
BOLAM VILLAGE
An Appraisal of the Archaeological and Historic Landscape Context of Bolam as Supporting
Material for Designation as a Conservation Area
Hammond, N          Barnard Castle : Archaeo-Environment Ltd, 2009, 35pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeo-Environment Ltd
Bolam and its immediate environs included a Scheduled Monument, two listed buildings and a number
of well preserved earthwork and landscape features exemplifying the medieval and later agricultural
landscape. The village had additional significance as it had been the subject of a number of published
medieval village and settlement studies both on account of its well preserved form and excellent
available documentary record stretching back to the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century.
In summary the case for conservation area status for Bolam appeared well founded. The village was in
form little different to that observed on the 1st edition Ordnance Survey mapping of 1860, which in
itself is an excellent example of a ‘green village’ a settlement type with its origins in the 12th century
and the Norman reorganisation of the agricultural landscape. The form and buildings of the village, its
context and setting were all also given considerable extra meaning and value by the excellent survival
of field systems, enclosures and earlier multi-period agricultural land use regimes in the surrounding
fields. A lack of intensive arable farming, opencast mining or modern quarrying around the village was
absent from the environs of Bolam. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeoe1-76368


Wear Valley

(B.20.251)                                                                                  NZ08243694
AIP database ID: {8C9640B7-337F-491D-90FA-78E69B4D5F46}
Parish: Wolsingham                                                               Postal Code: DL147ED
WOLSINGTON TEMPORARY COAL DISPOSAL POINT
Weardale Railways Community Interest Company. Wolsington Temporary Coal Disposal Point.
Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Desk-based Assessment
Holland, K       Leeds : WYG Environment, 2009, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: WYG Environmental
There was one Listed Building abutting the development site. The South building of Weardale Steel
Ltd was also known locally as Gun Barrel Shed. The building was constructed in 1864 as part of the
former Wolsingham Ironworks built by Charles Attwood. There were a further seventeen Grade II
Listed Buildings within the study area and immediately adjacent to it. The only recorded site of
prehistoric date within the study area was the findspot of a Mesolithic macehead. There was not
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


considered to be a residual impact upon the buried archaeological remains or the setting of the Listed
Buildings. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no

                          Former County of Tyne & Wear
Gateshead

(B.05.252)                                                                                 NZ27405570
AIP database ID: {ECE679A1-9925-4283-80A1-DA7634372145}
Parish: Birtley                                                                  Postal Code: DH3 2PP
QUEEN’S HEAD HOTEL PUBLIC HOUSE, BIRTLEY LANE, BIRTLEY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at the Queen’s Head Hotel Public House,
Birtley Lane, Birtley, Gateshead
Amat, D Gateshead : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
A desk-based assessment of the Queen’s Head Hotel Public House was undertaken. Birtley had grown
and developed largely due to the industries which started there around the early 19th century. The Iron
industry was the predominant source of jobs and commerce in the area from the early 1800’s. The
original settlement of Birtley was irregular in that the main hub of the houses and businesses were set
back away from the main road (Durham Road). By using map regression it was possible to see the
growth of Birtley and particularly the area which surrounded the Queen’s Head from as early as 1846.
Although it was not listed as a public house on the early plans, it appeared that the western elevation
existed from as early as 1846 possibly as a large dwelling later to be converted into a public house to
meet the demands of the growing population at the time. The Queen’s Head was in a state of disrepair.
An extensive refit was necessary to make the spaces within usable. There was a potential that while
doing this work, original features, could be uncovered, particularly in the first floor rooms, and the
main bar area on the ground floor. It was therefore recommended that modifications to the building be
monitored in order to record anything exposed. Externally there was a potential that any ground works
within the car park area to the north may uncover remains of the early 18th century building which
originally appeared on the Tithe plan of 1846. It was recommended that an evaluation trench be placed
in this area prior to any ground works taking place. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :archaeol5-56067



(B.05.253)                                                                                 NZ27405580
AIP database ID: {1A664AA7-C292-4F51-9B2F-3C3AC0A0672C}
                                                                                 Postal Code: DH3 2PH
ROSE AND SHAMROCK HOTEL, FELL BANK, BIRTLEY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment and Photographic Building Recording at the Rose and
Shamrock Hotel, Fell Bank, Birtley, Gateshead
Amat, D & Cockburn, P Gateshead : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 49pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
Birtley had grown and developed largely due to the industries which started there around the early 19th
century. The iron industry was the predominant source of jobs and commerce in the area from the early
1800s. The original settlement of Birtley was irregular in that the main hub of the houses and
businesses were set back away from the main road (Durham Road) present at the time. By using the
map regression, in particular the old OS maps it was possible to see the growth of Birtley and
particularly the area which surrounded the Rose and Shamrock from as early as 1846. Although it was
not listed as a public house on the early plans, it would appear that the northern elevation existed from
as early as 1846 possibly as a large dwelling later to be converted into a public house to meet the
demands of the growing population at the time. The Rose and Shamrock was due to be completely
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


demolished. No original features remained on the interior of the building and all windows had modern
PVC replacements. Externally there was a potential that any ground works within the car park area to
the west may uncover remains of the late 19th century building which originally appeared on the 1st
revision OS map of 1893. It was recommended that an evaluation trench be placed in this area prior to
any ground works taking place. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol5-62042



(B.05.254)                                                                                  NZ25605930
AIP database ID: {E86C1E09-9843-4D23-AC74-4BA5FFD96BDE}
Parish: GATESHEAD                                                                  Postal Code: NE9 6JJ
CHOWDEAN LODGE, LOW FELL, GATESHEAD
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Chowdean Lodge, Low Fell, Gateshead
Amat, D Gateshead : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 47pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
Chowdean Lodge was a locally Listed Building and a good example of middle 19th century
architecture. Its outward appearance was grand with large ashlar walls and ornate entrance porch, but
the interior had seen a lot of degradation caused by a severely damaged roof. Damp had permeated
every room of the building having a damaging effect on all plaster work and any wooden features.
Although there have been many unsympathetic modern renovations, there were however a number of
original features still extant and worth retaining. The skirting boards, dado rails and coving, present in
many of the rooms, were original to the property and, although not spectacular in design, did give
aesthetic appeal and character to the building. It was recommended that these features should be
retained in any future work, unless they were in such a poor condition that they could not. As the
building had been derelict for so long, and had seen damage and degradation from vandalism and
exposure to the elements, it was proposed that any renovation/refurbishment performed in a
sympathetic style would be a benefit to the buildings character and its standing within the surrounding
area. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :archaeol5- 57206



(B.05.255)                                                                                  NZ25806180
AIP database ID: {993C4E90-109A-4FEA-AC53-23E7CF4074CC}
                                                                                  Postal Code: NE8 4AR
WEST CENTRAL GATESHEAD
West Central Gateshead. Archaeological Assessment
The Archaeological Practice Ltd. Newcastle upon Tyne : The Archaeological Practice Ltd., 2009,
93pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: The Archaeological Practice Ltd.
There were 14 sites identified for potential development. This assessment located Gateshead Iron Work
and Engineering works, an 1830s railway buildings and waggonways, areas of possible Roman,
medieval and post-medieval deposits, a railway viaduct and a post-medieval wall that would likely
need recording. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :thearcha2-59756



(B.05.256)                                                                                  NZ27506230
AIP database ID: {5253B0C3-D71B-4EE4-87C9-D9D942BB9FD8}
Parish: HEWORTH                                                                  Postal Code: NE100HY
BRANDLING DEVELOPMENT, FELLING, GATESHEAD
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


Brandling Development, Felling, Gateshead. Archaeological Assessment
Alan Williams Archaeology            High Heaton : Alan Williams Archaeology, 2009, 63pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Alan Williams Archaeology
The development site lay immediately to the north and east-west running Metro line and included
residential areas, derelict post-industrial land (the site of the former John Pit), and amenity areas
including a recreation field and allotments. A series of waggonways ran across the site, transporting
coal from pits on higher land to the south to drips on the riverside. A batter or embankment was
constructed within the east of the site to carry waggonways across the Blackburn or Felling Burn, a
stream running north-south across Felling to the River Tyne. The John Pit, one of the main working
shafts of the Branding Main Colliery and the site of a disastrous explosion in 1812, was within the area.
It closed in the 1930s and all pit-head structure, other than an air shaft, have been demolished. It was
possible that remnants of these structures survived within the deep waste deposits over the site. Felling
Hall was demolished in the 20th century. Remnants of the building and its ranges may have survived
within the area. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO

OASIS ID :alanwill1-57914


Newcastle upon Tyne

(B.05.257)                                                                                   NZ26906380
AIP database ID: {8F22202B-FBD1-4C3E-B6AC-5E05CF2903BB}
Parish: BYKER                                                                      Postal Code: NE6 1BJ
FORMER KESSON LIFTING SITE, HAWICK CRESCENT INDUSTRIAL ESTATE
OUSEBURN
Former Kesson Lifting Site, Hawick Crescent Industrial Estate, Ouseburn, Newcastle upon Tyne
Wooler, F           Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 79pp, pls,colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment revealed that there was the potential for archaeology from the 19th & 20th centuries.
Of particular interest was the possibility that at least part of the site may have been used as a slag heap
for the low glass houses in the 1st half of the 20th century. It was possible that structures or features
relating to earlier glass houses may have existed within the proposed development area. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-58769



(B.05.258)                                                                                   NZ20006530
AIP database ID: {C39F34B0-607D-4912-8000-FDD3E509A6E9}
Parish: EAST DENTON                                                               Postal Code: NE157TR
DENE LODGE, DENTON, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE
Dene Lodge, Denton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Adams, J         Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 34pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
The Hadrian's Wall monument incorporated the Vallum and this was likely to cross the southern part of
the proposed development area. It was likely that the area was exploited for agricultural purposes
during the medieval and post-medieval periods. It was possible a resource relating to this in the form of
ridge and furrow may exist within the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: RO

OASIS ID :archaeol3-67855
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


(B.05.259)                                                                                NZ24146399
AIP database ID: {2C73A5E0-66D1-433E-A23C-C7E77FBF847E}
Parish: FENHAM                                                                  Postal Code: NE1 4HZ
BLANDFORD SQUARE
Blandford Square, Newcaslte upon Tyne. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Parker, J Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 37pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
The site was located 95m south of Hadrian's Wall and as such, there was a possibility of the Vallum
running through the northern quarter of the site. Medieval remains had been found in the vicinity of the
site and it was thought probable that the site was used for agricultural purposes and remains associated
with this may be present on the site. Buildings first shown on Oliver's map of 1838 and remains of 19th
century building may still be present on the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/21

OASIS ID :Tyneandw3-55229



(B.31.26)                                                                                 SK61251545
AIP database ID: {8C73B572-E504-4CF8-B325-6C48C4318A9C}
Parish: Sileby                                                                  Postal Code: LE127PW
LAND ADJACENT TO HIGHGATE ROAD, SILEBY
Land adjacent to Highgate Road, Sileby. Leicestershire. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Clarke, S J        Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 19pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment determined that no archaeological investigations had been carried out in the vicinity of
the site, although a number of Roman findspots in the surrounding area indicated possible settlement
activity. The site had remained undisturbed until the latter part of the 19th century, and any below-
ground remains were likely to have been well preserved and close to the ground surface. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.05.260)                                                                                NZ24006410
AIP database ID: {0285CABA-F3F2-4352-89D7-CD94F96B2076}
                                                                                Postal Code: NE4 5QH
M&S MOTORCYCLES ON WESTGATE ROAD
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of M&S Motorcycles on Westgate Road,
Newcastle
Cockburn, P & Amat, D Gateshead : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
Hadrian’s Wall and its Vallum were the only known archaeological sites in and around the study area.
However, there were a number of Listed Buildings dating from the 19th century in close proximity and
the site was within a Conservation Area. The buildings that were now occupied by M&S Motorcycles
housed a brewery throughout the majority of the 19th century and into the 20th century. The north-
western corner of the building was a public house from the later part of the 19th century until at least
the 1940s. Due to the number of original features and the various phases of construction of 199-203
Westgate Road, it was recommended that building recording should be considered prior to
development. There was a low possibility that elements of the world heritage site of Hadrian’s Wall
survived on the site, although given the creation of the basements and the well, these may have
damaged or destroyed any surviving features. It was therefore recommended that should any
groundworks be proposed for the development, a watching brief or evaluation trench could be
considered necessary. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol5-69229
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                    Desk-based Assessment




(B.05.261)                                                                              NZ23596419
AIP database ID: {472D621A-B216-420A-94AA-BDC0B28002D3}
                                                                              Postal Code: NE4 6NG
THE SALVATION ARMY HOSTEL
The Salvation Army Men's Palace, 39 City Road, Newcastle upon Tyne. An Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
RPS Consultants Basingstoke : RPS Consultants, 2009, 44pp, pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: RPS Consultants
Historic maps showed that the site lay within open fields until 1810 when a school was constructed on
the site. This was extended to cover the entire area of the site in the late 19th century, but was
demolished in the 1970s to enable the construction of the Salvation Army Hostel in 1976. Neither the
school or hostel were constructed with basements. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/93

OASIS ID :no



(B.5.262)                                                                               NZ24146399
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE                                                    Postal Code: NE1 4JA
OASIS Record: Blandford Square, Newcastle upon Tyne
Blandford Square, Newcastle upon Tyne: Archaeological Desk-based Asessment
TWM Archaeology             South Shields : TWM Archaeology, 2009, A4 bound report containing
synthesis of results of assessment including text and figures.
Work undertaken by: TWM Archaeology
Archaeological assessment of properties on Blandford Square, Newcastle upon Tyne which are due for
demolition. There is the possibility of the Vallum running through the northern quarter of the site as
well as Medieval agricultural remains and Post-Mediev

SMR primary record number: 1509558

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-55329



(B.5.263)                                                                               NZ26056450
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}

OASIS Record: Coquet Street DBA
Coquet Street Development, Newcastle upon Tyne, Archaeological assessment
Alan Williams Archaeology        Newcastle upon Tyne : Alan Williams Archaeology, 2009, A4
wire-bound report
Work undertaken by: Alan Williams Archaeology
DBA on line of Hadrian's Wall [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1509344

OASIS ID :alanwill1-59292



(B.5.264)                                                                               NZ29856530
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}

OASIS Record: Neptune Yard
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                  Desk-based Assessment


Neptune Yard
The Archaeological Practice Ltd. Newcastle upon Tyne : The Archaeological Practice Ltd., 2009,
Work undertaken by: The Archaeological Practice Ltd.
An archaeological assessment was undertaken on the site of the former Neptune Yard, Walker ahead of
the proposed development of the area for use as a Wind Power Blade Production Facility. It was
recommended that the stone-built quay walls occupying the so

SMR primary record number: 1509572

OASIS ID :thearcha2-56368



(B.5.265)                                                                                NZ248644
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}

OASIS Record: Newgate Street
Newgate Street
The Archaeological Practice Ltd. Newcastle upon Tyne : The Archaeological Practice Ltd., 2009,
Work undertaken by: The Archaeological Practice Ltd.
An archaeological assessment of land at Newgate Street ahead of proposed re developments. Limited
trial trenching was recommended over part of the site, however the frontage onto Newgate Street does
not require further works due to the depth of the existi

SMR primary record number: 1509237

OASIS ID :thearcha2-65491



(B.5.266)                                                                              NZ25356402
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
                                                                             Postal Code: NE1 3DQ
OASIS Record: Trinity Monument
Trinity Monument, Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne
TWM Archaeology           Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields : TWM Archaeology, 2009, A4 spirally
bound in laminated covers, 30 pages
Work undertaken by: TWM Archaeology
Trinity Monument, Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne - Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
[OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1509322

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-60997



(B.05.267)                                                                             NZ25306520
AIP database ID: {F96DFD9C-D91E-4711-BB7F-696F34F10DED}
                                                                             Postal Code: NE2 1DA
HARTON STAITHES, SOUTH SHIELDS
Harton Staithes Planning Application. Historic Environment Desk-based Assessment
Mabbit, J         London : Entec UK Ltd., 2009, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Entec UK Ltd.
The site consisted of public open ground reclaimed from Harton Low Staithes in 1999. There were few
extant structures of historic environment significance. It was bounded by the former Staithe wall to
Mill Dam to the south and east, by the River Tyne to the west and commercial Road to the east. The
physical remains of the recent industrial past had been removed. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/144
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :no



(B.05.268)                                                                                 NZ23596554
AIP database ID: {1B0360FB-8068-40E9-81D0-EA2F965F9C5E}
                                                                                 Postal Code: NE2 4NR
HUNTER'S MOOR HOSPITAL, SPITAL TONGUES
Hunter's Moor Hospital, Spital Tongues, Newcastle upon Tyne. Archaeological Desk Based
Assessment
Richardson, D Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 31pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
The site was adjacent to Hunter's Moor, formerly part of the Nun's Moor and collectively part of the
Town Moor of Newcastle upon Tyne. This was common ground on which the burgesses and freemen
of the city have had the right of pasture for their animals since AD 1213. In general terms, the
archaeological potential of the site was relatively low although areas of the hospital ground, not
previously subjected to ground disturbance, may preserve unrecorded deposits from the prehistoric
period. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/130

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-65747



(B.05.269)                                                                                 NZ25866427
AIP database ID: {B7262E9F-493F-4D49-9EBA-B222D8968CBC}
                                                                                 Postal Code: NE1 2AL
TYNE TEES TELEVISION
Tyne Tees Television, Newcastle upon Tyne. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Richardson, D Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 36pp, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
The site was situated 100m south-east of the line of Hadrian's Wall. During the medieval period the site
lay to the east of the Town walls, not the north of development of the Sandhill river frontage and to the
west of St. Anne's Chapel and appeared to have been given over to agricultural use. Research shows
that the site had been occupied since the late 18th century, first by grain stores then barracks. During
the post-medieval period the site had been of mixed use with both housing and light industry present.
The Egypt Public house was known to have been on the site since the 19th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :tyneandw3-63164



(B.31.27)                                                                                  SK60601660
AIP database ID: {A325241B-0D47-4FC5-96AE-ADAACDD01723}
                                                                                Postal Code: LE127NH
LAND OFF SEAGRAVE ROAD, SILEBY
A Desk-based Assessment of Land off Seagrave Road, Sileby, Leicestershire
Foard-Colby, A Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 16pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
The proposed development site was under arable cultivation. Map evidence dating from 1760
suggested that the site had been in agricultural use since at least the post-medieval period. Activity
from prehistoric times through to the 19th century had been recorded in the areas surrounding the site.
However, there was no Historic Environment information recorded for the development site itself. The
absence of any recorded archaeological features within the site was probably due to the lack of
previous archaeological investigation. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :no



(B.5.270)                                                                                    NZ245274
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: NORTH GOSFORTH
OASIS Record: Northumberland Record Office Melton Park
Former Northumberland Record Office Melton Park
The Archaeological Practice Ltd. Newcastle upon Tyne : The Archaeological Practice Ltd., 2009,
Work undertaken by: The Archaeological Practice Ltd.
An archaeological assessment and building recording was undertaken at the former Cold War Anti-
Aircraft Operations Room and latterly Northumberland Record Office at Melton Park, Gosforth. Due to
the close proximity of Gosforth Medieval village it is reco

SMR primary record number: 1508801

OASIS ID :thearcha2-66893



(B.05.271)                                                                                 NZ29246530
AIP database ID: {4B4E5421-C337-4572-9188-BB8700BE8584}
Parish: WALKER                                                                   Postal Code: NE6 4LA
WAVERDALE 'OPEN SPACE', WAVERDALE AVENUE, WALKER
An Archaeogical Desk-based Assessment. Waverdale "Open Space", Waverdale Avenue, Walker,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.         Durham : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 70pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The majority of the site was scrubland, with perimeter tree cover to the north and north-east. The
potential at the study site for prehistoric remains was considered low, while the area of the former dene
was considered to have moderate potential for palaeoenvironmental remains. The site was 200m south
of the line of Hadrian's Wall, and therefore had a moderate to high potential for Roman period remains.
The potential for archaeological remains of Anglo-Saxon date was low, as was the potential for non-
industrial post-medieval and early modern remains. There was considered to be a moderate to high
potential for modern remains. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/5

OASIS ID :preconst1-52219



(B.05.272)                                                                                 NZ18606560
AIP database ID: {F99CC3D3-CF51-4538-BC74-8A29BDF12D77}
Parish: WEST DENTON                                                             Postal Code: NE157LN
LEMMINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
Lemmington Middle School, Newcastle upon Tyne. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Richardson, D Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 35pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
The site was situated immediately south of the line of Hadrian's Wall. Features associated with the wall
consisting of the Vallum and a Roman communication road, known as the Military Way, were known
to have run east-west across the site. Well-preserved remains of both features were located during
ground preparation for the construction of the school in the 1960s. Historic map regression has shown
that the site was unoccupied throughout most of the post-medieval period with the construction and
ground disturbance happening in the late 20th century. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


SMR primary record number: 2009/48
Archaeological periods represented: RO

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-61445



(B.05.273)                                                                               NZ24606380
AIP database ID: {D45086AB-6B12-40C6-9137-FED3C822957C}
Parish: WESTGATE                                                               Postal Code: NE1 5DB
SUNDERLAND, NEW WEAR CROSSING
Sunderland Strategic Transport Corridor. New Wear Crossing. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Mabbitt, J         London : Entec UK Ltd., 2009, 62pp, pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Entec UK Ltd.
The vast majority of features recorded on the HER within the study area were the locations of former
industrial buildings and features such as the timber beach or a quarry. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/177

OASIS ID :no


North Tyneside

(B.05.274)                                                                               NZ35816850
AIP database ID: {A2AD20F4-FFC5-49B4-8543-D52CC096464A}
Parish: TYNEMOUTH                                                              Postal Code: NE301LF
ASHLEIGH SPECIAL SCHOOL, CHARLOTTE STREET
Ashleigh Special School, Charlotte Street North Shields. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Richardson, D & Scott, J Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 31pp,
pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
A settlement developed under the patronage of the prior of Tynemouth along the narrow foreshore of
the River Tyne. By 1290, this increased to 100 houses. By the 18th century, the shipping trade provided
the impetus for industries which included two roperies side-by-side, one of which crossed the site.
[Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/169
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-69460



(B.05.275)                                                                               NZ35807044
AIP database ID: {042553C8-22C6-425F-8768-3C6E6FF2A303}
                                                                               Postal Code: NE303RZ
MARDEN HIGH SCHOOL, HARTINGTON ROAD, CULLERCOATS
Marden High School, Hartington Road, Cullercoats. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Richardson D      Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 33pp, figs,
tasbs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
Historic map regression showed that the site was unoccupied throughout most of its history with the
first settlement happening in the early 19th century, when a small farm building and the Whitely
waggonway was built. Later activity took place during WWII when a searchlight battery and
infrastructure was built that intruded upon land in the south-east corner of the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/120
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :tyneandw3-60990



(B.05.276)                                                                                 NZ33816805
AIP database ID: {B0B77A5E-9311-4565-9B72-8DF4C29DA80A}
                                                                                Postal Code: NE297BU
NORHAM COMMUNITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE, ALNWICK AVENUE, NORTH
SHIELDS
Norham Community Technical College, Alnwick Avenue, North Shields. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Parker, J Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 36pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
A prehistoric burial site was found 500m to the east of the site. It was thought the West Chirton
medieval village may have been located within the site. After ownership transfer in 1256, several
tenants were evicted. Between 1377 and 1528, the remaining tenants were evicted and the lands
annexed to Flatworth. Between 1819 and c.1937, West Chirton House/Hall was present near the
southern edge of the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/76

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-60912



(B.05.277)                                                                                 NZ24407220
AIP database ID: {7E5ACBCD-7C39-474B-A162-F2FED1771752}
Parish: WEETSLADE                                                                Postal Code: NE136PF
EAST WIDEOPEN, NORTH TYNESIDE
East Wideopen, North Tyneside. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Parker, J Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
Given the possibility for prehistoric settlement and the presence of a 19th century colliery site, it was
recommended that an archaeological evaluation comprising geophysical survey, fieldwalking and
trenching was undertaken on those areas of the site to be developed. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/32

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-56348



(B.05.278)                                                                                 NZ24407380
AIP database ID: {8A2DA1B1-403E-4C65-B79A-375650FCC556}
                                                                                 Postal Code: NE136EJ
SEATON BURN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Seaton Burn Community College, Dudley Lane, Seaton Burn. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Richardson, D Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 31pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
The assessment revealed evidence of a high background presence of prehistoric sites, two of which lay
within 1km of the study site. A WWII searchlight battery was sited within the locality. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/118

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-60993
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                   Desk-based Assessment




(B.05.279)                                                                              NZ31626794
AIP database ID: {D76AF3F7-D74A-44F6-8C7F-B35E6F0B60CC}
Parish: WILLINGTON                                                           Postal Code: NE287TN
CHURCHILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CHURCHILL STREET, WALLSEND
Churchill Community College, Churchill Street, Wallsend
Parker, J Newcastle : Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department, 2009, 26pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tyne & Wears Museum Archaeology Department
Settlement at Willington had been recorded since 894 AD and was thought to have centred around
Engine In Road which formed the southern boundary of the site. The rest of the site was probably used
for agricultural purposes throughout the medieval and post-medieval periods. Greenwood's map of
1828 showed a waggonway running immediately west of the existing Churchill Street. The
construction of the school buildings may have impacted upon any remains of the waggonway and farm.
[Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/122

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-60863


Harborough

(B.31.28)                                                                               SP61769236
AIP database ID: {E2C045B2-73F1-47EB-8F7F-22F963E03B88}
Parish: Arnesby                                                               Postal Code: LE8 5UX
THE COTTAGE, ST. PETER'S ROAD, ARNESBY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for The Cottage, St. Peter's Road, Arnesby,
Leicestershire
Gnanaratnam, A Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 22pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site was located within the historic core of Arnesby. The proposed new dwelling was to be
constructed next to a Grade II Listed timber-framed cottage. No known remains had been recorded at
the site, however there was thought to be potential for the discovery of evidence for the Saxon and
medieval village. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


South Tyneside

(B.05.280)                                                                              NZ31906370
AIP database ID: {6C75F660-FC23-4C63-9A7F-ECD2FCD13D9E}
Parish: HEBBURN                                                              Postal Code: NE312RH
LAND TO THE EAST OF BARNS CLOSE, MONKTON
Land to the east of Barns Close, Monkton, South Tyneside
Strickland, J     Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The proposed development area was within the medieval settlement of Monkton. Cartographic sources
suggested the site boundary had remained relatively undeveloped throughout its history. Excavations
within close proximity to the site boundary had yielded finds that dated to the medieval and post-
medieval periods. It was recommended that an archaeological evaluation be undertaken prior to the
construction of the new development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-61289
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                    Desk-based Assessment




(B.05.281)                                                                              NZ40996207
AIP database ID: {2AB502BF-6ED1-4D2D-A8F9-DFA8F6F05AFE}
Parish: WHITBURN                                                               Postal Code: SR6 7EA
LAND AT RACKLY WAY, WHITBURN
Land at Rackly Way, Whitburn. Cultural Heritage Assessment
Finch, N Leeds : Scott Wilson, 2009, 51pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Scott Wilson
An assessment demonstrated that the proposed development was within a wider landscape that had
seen occupation in the prehistoric and Roman periods. From the analysis of historic documents and
cartographic sources, it was evident that the proposed development site had been used for agricultural
purposes from the medieval period up until the mid 20th century when housing was constructed on the
site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/139

OASIS ID :no


Sunderland

(B.5.282)                                                                               NZ33684791
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: HETTON                                                                 Postal Code: DH5 9QF
OASIS Record: Rainton Bridge Farm
Rainton Bridge Farm, East Rainton, Sunderland - Archaeological Desk-based Assessment and
Buildings Recording
TWM Archaeology         Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields : TWM Archaeology, 2009, A4 spirally
bound 40 pages
Work undertaken by: TWM Archaeology
Rainton Bridge Farm, East Rainton, Sunderland - Archaeological Desk-based Assessment and
Buildings Recording [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1509271

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-63740



(B.05.283)                                                                              NZ36115824
AIP database ID: {99E70559-4F7F-49A2-8D19-B6D360A72E1A}
Parish: HYLTON                                                                 Postal Code: SR5 3AR
CASTLETOWN, SUNDERLAND
Castletown, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Arcaheological Desk-based Assessment
Roberts, J        Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 23pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
The area beyond the site in the north was occupied in the medieval period and it was likely that the
development site was used for agriculture. The site was under agricultural use until the late 19th and
20th century, during which period housing was constructed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-62999



(B.05.284)                                                                              NZ34005880
AIP database ID: {E59BBBDF-3B6E-4B70-941B-90B0497978F5}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


                                                                                  Postal Code: SR5 3HU
LAND AT NISSON, WASHINGTON, SUNDERLAND
Land at Nissan, Washington, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Wooler, F        Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 79pp, pls,colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment revealed that the proposed development area appeared to have been undeveloped until
the construction of the airfield at Usworth in 1916. It was recommended that an evaluation be
undertaken. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-60829



(B.05.285)                                                                                  NZ33705130
AIP database ID: {FE0DC5F3-AB78-4797-859B-EF0E14F64829}
Parish: NEWBOTTLE                                                                 Postal Code: DH4 4EF
ADEY CARE HOME, NEWBOTTLE
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment at Adey Care Home, Newbottle, Sunderland
Amat, D Gateshead : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 26pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
An archaeological desk-based assessment was undertaken of Adey Gardens Care Home, Newbottle.
Newbottle has grown and developed largely due to the industries which developed there around the
18th century. The pottery industry was the predominant source of jobs and commerce in the area from
the late 1700s to their subsequent closure in1878. Along with the potteries, the emergence of the three
stone quarries of Newbottle would suggest the reason for the housing increase which took place
between 1839 and 1896. The Low Pottery buildings were situated approximately 31m north of the
proposed development area. The buildings no longer exist in Newbottle, demolition and landscaping
had taken place . The map regression indicated that the 19th century housing and structures which
occupied the southern length of South Street had been demolished in the study area around 1939. The
north-east section of the proposed development area had a high potential of hosting the remains of the
early 19th century housing which previously occupied the site, but were demolished around the 1930’s.
There was a low potential that the undisturbed ground, located in the south-east of the development
area may provide some evidence of the pottery industry. It was also possible that being the only
undeveloped part of the study area, and its close proximity to the main road (South Street), which
existed certainly as early as 1820 it may yield remains mot previously known relating to the
development of Newbottle or earlier archaeological features. Cartographic and documentary sources
used for this desk based assessment suggested that late 20th century development would have
destroyed any archaeology to the west and immediate south of the care home. To the east, however,
there was high potential for the remains of early 19th century housing to survive and it was therefore
recommended that an evaluation trench should be placed across this area running east- west prior to
any ground work taking place. South of this area there was an area of undeveloped land. This land may
yield archaeology relating to the development of Newbottle or earlier and it is was recommended that a
second evaluation trench should be placed in this area running north-south prior to any ground work
taking place. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol5-55369



(B.05.286)                                                                                  NZ41435728
AIP database ID: {016F3440-E019-479A-A188-86869162F778}
Parish: SUNDERLAND                                                                Postal Code: SR1 2EG
HUDSON DOCK EAST, BARRACK STREET, SUNDERLAND
Hudson Dock East, Barrack Street, Sunderland, Desk Based Assessment
Hunter-Mann, K York : York Archaeological Trust, 2009, 27pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: York Archaeological Trust
The evidence indicated that prior to the middle of the 19th century this area was not dry land, instead it
was part of rock outcrops in the North Sea known as South Rocks. The area was then reclaimed to form
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


the east side of Hudson Dock. The site was devoted to shipbuilding until the late-20th century, when it
was used for container storage. It was thought that the remains of the shipyard structures survive
beneath late 20th century landscaping. The only extant feature of note was a war time concrete pillbox.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :yorkarch1-66599



(B.05.287)                                                                                 NZ40265733
AIP database ID: {1E520599-CB6B-4B03-AB62-7E8A67ADE311}
                                                                                 Postal Code: SR1 2AD
LAND AT HIGH STREET, SUNDERLAND
Land at High Street, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Armstrong, J      Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 37pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
Two Listed buildings were to the south of the site. The site was within the medieval borough of
Sunderland and was occupied during medieval and post-medieval periods. The proposed development
was located within the Old Sunderland Rover Conservation Area and had the potential to impact upon
the archaeological resource. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-58470

                                             Hartlepool
Hartlepool UA

(B.59.288)                                                                                 NZ52373420
AIP database ID: {A9514C92-FF8D-4904-9158-63938B6DA125}
Parish: Headland                                                                 Postal Code: TS240HQ
THE FIRE STATION, DURHAM STREET
The Fire Station, Durham Street, Hartlepool, Teesside. Desk-based Assessment
Strickland, J     Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 48pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The proposed development lay outside of the medieval town walls of Hartlepool, however, it was
located within the vicinity of the medieval St. Helen’s Chapel and Well. Sub-surface archaeological
remains dating to the medieval period had the potential to survive. As a result, it was recommended
that a series of trial trenches should be excavated in order to sample areas of high archaeological
potential. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-60970



(B.59.289)                                                                                 NZ52552969
AIP database ID: {EF85C11D-1666-4139-A450-DEC7B755DEA2}
Parish: SEATON CAREW                                                             Postal Code: TS251BU
SEATON CAREW
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment Seaton Carew Feasibility Study Hartlepool
Rowe, P Hartlepool : Tees Archaeology, 2009, 42pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tees Archaeology
The desk based assessment determined that there was evidence for human occupation at Seaton Carew
in most of the principal eras from the Mesolithic period (circa 8000-3400 BC) onwards. The medieval
origins of the settlement could still be traced within its layout including a square village green. Other
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


interpretable aspects of its heritage included its development as a spa-town in the 18th century, its
shipwrecks, and contribution to World War II. Various options were put forward for the interpretation
of the cultural heritage of Seaton Carew. These ranged from low key trails and panels to more
ambitious schemes such as a visitor centre/observatory. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :teesarch1-59910



(B.31.29)                                                                                  SP50409270
AIP database ID: {F2BA966A-7307-42EB-9AC7-B926125B3DED}
Parish: Broughton Astley                                                         Postal Code: LE9 4JU
LAND AT STONEY BRIDGE, BROUGHTON ASTLEY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Stoney Bridge, Broughton Astley,
Leicestershire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 19pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
An assessment was carried out in response to proposals to develop the land as an Anaerobic Digestion
Plant. The field in which the proposed development was located had never been developed before, and
appeared much the same as it would have in the 18th century There was therefore a moderate potential
for prehistoric archaeological remains and moderate to high potential for Roman remains to be
discovered. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no

                                       Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough UA

(B.65.290)                                                                                NZ51431637
AIP database ID: {7F86F8AB-BCBD-42C4-A0CB-816C2D6A1A2E}
Parish: MARTON                                                                   Postal Code: TS7 8RZ
FORMER BOATHOUSE, STEWART PARK
Initial Archaeological Investigation of the Boathouse, Stewart Park, Middlesborough
Grahame, R         Hartlepool : Tees Archaeology, 2009, 2pp
Work undertaken by: Tees Archaeology
The initial investigation indicated that the boathouse was situated within the footprint of the modern
lower lake, and that the foundations had probably been destroyed during the demolition of the
boathouse and the remodelling of the lake. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 752

OASIS ID :no

                                      Northumberland
Alnwick

(B.35.291)                                                                                NU20300610
AIP database ID: {D0D2AA48-3293-4CCC-9A0B-30FD9456ED2F}
Parish: Newton-on-the-Moor and Swarland                                         Postal Code: NE659AR
HARTLAW, NEAR SHILBOTTLE
Hartlaw, Near Shilbottle, Northumberland. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Adams, J            Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 29pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs, CD
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
The main late 17th century building at Hartlaw and the walled gardens were Grade II Listed Buildings.
Hartlaw was the site of a settlement during the medieval period. An archaeological resource related to
the settlement may survive, although it may have been removed by landscaping and the construction of
the buildings from the 17th century onward. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-56077



(B.35.292)                                                                                NU06810159
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: ROTHBURY                                                               Postal Code: NE65 7HX
OASIS Record: Thrum. Mill, Rothbury, Northumberland
Thrum Mill, Rothbury, Northumberland; archaeological assessment and recording
Archaeological Services Durham University Durham : Archaeological Services Durham University,
2009, A4 wire-bound report with grey card cover
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services Durham University
Desk-based assessment and building recording project on an 18th-century water-powered corn mill.
[OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 14451, 1513248, 14450

OASIS ID :archaeol3-66203


Blyth Valley

(B.35.293)                                                                                   NZ270746
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: CRAMLINGTON
OASIS Record: A19/A189 Road Junction, Cramlington
An archaeological desk-based assessment: A19/A189 Moor farm junction, Cramlington, Blythe
Valley, Northumberland
Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd     Durham : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd, 2009, Bound client
report and pdf
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd
Desk-based assessment of the A19/A189 road junction on the south side of Cramlington. [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 14590, 1527509

OASIS ID :preconst1-56465



(B.35.294)                                                                                NZ31897952
AIP database ID: {241E20A1-4C2D-4556-852E-BBE506A09318}
Parish: NEWSHAM AND SOUTH BLYTH                                                 Postal Code: NE243PL
LAND AT LINK HOUSE FARM, BLYTH
Land at Link House Farm, Blyth, Northumberland Desk-based Assessment and Standing Building
Assessment
Young, G          Bamburgh : Bamburgh Research Project, 2009, 27pp, refs
Work undertaken by: Bamburgh Research Project
It appeared that Link House was a mansion of some significance since at least the 17th century. It was
rented out to tenants and was the centre of perhaps semi-industrial brewing activity, indicating that it
was never a great house or formed the core of a significant country estate. Nevertheless the presence of
a formalised garden and the quite extensive range of buildings depicted on the tithe map and the 1st
Edition OS clearly suggested something much more substantial than a large farm house and the term
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


mansion was unlikely to have been used inappropriately. The study indicated that elements associated
with the mansion of 1751 could survive at the core of Building 1 and that there was no reason to
predict substantial disturbance of the archaeological strata beyond the foundations of the present
buildings and those depicted on earlier maps. It was quite possible that the core of the mansion
probably depicted on the tithe map and 1st edition OS, lay to the immediate east of the present
development area beneath a garage and shops. The major monuments in the study area were associated
with the World War I and World War II coastal defences and post-dated in construction all the major
components of the present site. The documentary and cartographic evidence indicated that their
construction respected the site boundary and that no archaeological evidence for them would extend
into the site area. There was no indication that features of medieval or earlier date were present within
the site area, but the presence of such archaeology could not be ruled out. The earliest elements of the
present structures were in a poor state of preservation and sympathetic re-development that respected
the present building’s heights and proportions and retained the earliest elements should not
significantly impact on the present built environment. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :bamburgh1-60199



(B.35.295)                                                                                  NZ27007460
AIP database ID: {A7AD8B44-1E37-4D2B-8B9A-67B43AE46860}
Parish: SEGHILL                                                                   Postal Code: NE237BF
A19/A189 MOOR FARM JUNCTION, CRAMLINGTON, BLYTH VALLEY
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. A19/A189 Moor Farm Junction, Cramlington, Blyth
Valley, Northumberland
Roberts, A & Taylor-Wilson, R         Durham : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 68pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
An archaeological desk-based assessment was undertaken ahead of a proposed scheme to improve the
A19/A189 Moor Farm Junction, Cramlington. The assessment concluded that the potential for
archaeological remains of the earlier prehistoric periods at the study site was low. However, the
potential for later prehistoric remains was considered moderate to high. The potential for Anglo-Saxon,
medieval and post-medieval (non-industrial) remains was considered low. The potential for later post-
medieval/early modern industrial era remains was high. The potential for modern era archaeological
remains of significance at the study site was considered low. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :preconst1-56465.


Castle Morpeth

(B.35.296)                                                                                  NZ18308780
AIP database ID: {8963060A-8BCC-47C7-A7D4-E307240C2106}
Parish: Hebron                                                                   Postal Code: NE613BP
LAND AT NORTHGATE HOSPITAL, MORPETH
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at Northgate Hospital, Morpeth, Northumberland
Fraser, M          Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 2009, 47pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
An assessment in advance of proposals to redevelop the site for residential, care home and hotel use
found that there was little of archaeological significance on the site. The hospital buildings were not of
sufficient architectural or historical interest to warrant recommendation for retention, however, there
was thought to have been some historical interest in the design of the overall site, as an example of the
"colony system" and possible reflections in changing attitudes towards mental health in the 20th
century. The original hospital buildings dated from between 1938 and 1960, and had been recorded to a
degree. It was felt that further recording should be carried out in order to ensure that the character of
the site could be preserved. [Au(adp)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.35.297)                                                                                NZ20208619
AIP database ID: {137F9DCA-E0BE-409D-A382-7FE8133569EC}
Parish: Morpeth                                                                 Postal Code: NE611TD
LOW STANNERS, MORPETH
Low Stanners, Morpeth, Northumberland. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carne, P Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
There was evidence for two mills along the Cotting Burn dating from 1604 or earlier. Archaeological
evidence for these may survive. There may also be evidence for post-medieval structures in the south-
west corner of the site next to one of these mills. A series of buildings constructed in the area during
the 20th century. These may have had an impact upon archaeological deposits. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-62450



(B.35.298)                                                                                NZ02408460
AIP database ID: {A937FC86-17E1-4729-8D90-C4B48D7C9EF7}
Parish: Wallington Demesne                                                      Postal Code: NE614AS
WALLINGTON
Report of Carved Stones in Wall to the north-east of Steading. NT HER record
National Trust Swindon : National Trust, 2010, 1p
Work undertaken by: National Trust
The outgoing tenant at Fallowlees noted that he had seen several carved stones along the length of
drystone wall which ran northwards from the east side of the old bastle. A location about two thirds of
the way along the wall going northwards and on the west side of the wall was indicated for one of the
stones. Perhaps from the bastle or a now lost building, or, as the tenant suggested, the ruins of
Blackcock Hall. [Au]

SMR primary record number: ENA5794

OASIS ID :no


TYNEDALE

(B.35.299)                                                                             NY9305466417
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: ACOMB                                                                  Postal Code: NE46 4PT
OASIS Record: Townfoot Farm, Acomb, Northumberland: heritage assessment
Townfoot Farm, Acomb, Northumberland: heritage assessment
Archaeological Services Durham University Durham : Archaeological Services Durham University,
2009, A4 report
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services Durham University
A heritage assessment of Townfoot Farm, Acomb, Northumberland [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1527438, 14576

OASIS ID :archaeol3-64963
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



                                           Derbyshire
Amber Valley

(B.17.3)                                                                                  SK35704720
AIP database ID: {736923AF-C7AC-406F-991B-13B5F7D08860}
Parish: Belper                                                                   Postal Code: DE5 1LJ
MILL LANE, BELPER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Mill Lane, Belper, Derbyshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment found a low to moderate potential for archaeological remains of all periods to be found
during groundworks for development within the study area. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.30)                                                                                  SP74408670
AIP database ID: {4DFA3D90-17F3-4021-A453-DE6988F7A477}
Parish: LITTLE BOWDEN                                                           Postal Code: LE168AG
GLEBE ROAD, MARKET HARBOROUGH
Desk-Based Assessment at Glebe Road, Market Harborough, Leicestershire
Soden, I & Butler, A       Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
Existing archaeological data did not suggest that there was anything on the site. Historic maps and
documents showed that the land was enclosed as pasture to its current layout in 1780, previous to
which it had comprised agricultural land as early as 1633, probably much earlier. It formerly contained
medieval furlongs in the East Field of Little Bowden, and the ridge and furrow plough cultivation
regime was preserved by Enclosure. It was still surviving in an aerial photograph of 1945. During the
19th century a large clay pit was dug in the north-west quadrant of the site, serving an adjacent
brickworks. This had since been filled in. Geophysical survey confirmed the former ridge and furrow
and suggested a possible ditch and pit in the east of the site. [Au(abr)]]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, UD

OASIS ID :no



(B.35.300)                                                                                  NY912812
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: BIRTLEY                                                                 Postal Code: NE48 3JQ
OASIS Record: Land at Waterfalls Farm, Birtley
Land at Waterfalls Farm, Birtley, Northumberland. Desk-based assessment
North Pennines Archaeology Ltd Nenthead : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd, 2009, This is an A4
bound 53 page report with 8 figures and coloured plates.
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd
This desk-based assessment was undertakern as part of a pre-planning application prior to
development of land at Waterfalls Far, Birtley. [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1508873, 14417

OASIS ID :northpen3-61818
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



(B.35.301)                                                                                NY83876458
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: HAYDON
OASIS Record: Haydon Bridge School
Haydon Bridge School
TWM Archaeology         South Shields : TWM Archaeology, 2009, A4 comb-bound report
Work undertaken by: TWM Archaeology
Desk based assessment [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 14444, 1512887

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-62093



(B.35.302)                                                                                NZ09636231
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: PRUDHOE
OASIS Record: Prudhoe High School
Prudhoe High School, Northumberland: archaeological desk-based assessment
TWM Archaeology         South Shields : TWM Archaeology, 2009, A4 comb-bound report
Work undertaken by: TWM Archaeology
Desk Based Assessment [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1515837, 14458

OASIS ID :tyneandw3-68337

                                   Redcar & Cleveland
Redcar and Cleveland UA

(B.76.303)                                                                                NZ60941548
AIP database ID: {57B8E889-7644-4308-9CBE-6A6B5DEBA45E}
Parish: Guisborough                                                             Postal Code: TS147DG
LAND TO THE EAST OF ENFIELD CHASE, GUISBOROUGH
Land to the East of Enfield Chase, Guisborough, Redcar and Cleveland. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Roberts, J         Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 28pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
Archaeological deposits relating to the medieval and early post-medieval may survive in the southern
part of the site. A railway line was constructed in the mid-19th century across the northern part of the
site but was dismantled before the turn of the 20th century. The earthwork associated with this
survived. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.76.304)                                                                                NZ61401560
AIP database ID: {6AB3DFB7-01FB-4207-BA8C-B163336D3DB2}
Parish: Guisborough                                                             Postal Code: TS147FD
SPRING WOOD ROAD, OFF RECTORY LANE, GUISBOROUGH
Spring Wood Road, Off Rectory Lane, Guisborough, Redcar & Cleveland. An Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Pinnock, D        York : On Site Archaeology, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: On Site Archaeology
28 known archaeological sites and findspots were found within the study area. The assessment showed
that the proposed development site had archaeological potential with the possibility of surviving buried
archaeological deposits from medieval and earlier periods and the surviving medieval earthwork
remains of a possible droveway and ridge and furrow field system. There may also be the buried
remains of a short-lived branch line. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 723

OASIS ID :no



(B.76.305)                                                                                NZ54701750
AIP database ID: {9D7EAFAB-4378-47F9-A45F-25CE2E07EE88}
Parish: NORMANBY                                                                Postal Code: TS6 0QH
FLATTS LANE, NORMANBY, REDCAR & CLEVELAND
Flatts Lane, Normanby, Redcar & Cleveland. Desk-based Assessment
Under Construction Archaeology Leeds : Under Construction Archaeology, 2009, 42pp, colour pls,
figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Under Construction Archaeology
Geotechnical investigations had shown there to be a large area of modern made ground along the
western edge of the site. The site was probably in agricultural use during the medieval period. The site
was located in parkland associated with the new Normanby Hall. It was thought there was a slight
potential for prehistoric remains to exist on the site. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no

                                     Stockton-on-Tees
Stockton-on-Tees UA

(B.82.306)                                                                                NZ43801650
AIP database ID: {F1C43887-48B3-4DDE-8BE1-8DFE147761B6}
Parish: STOCKTON ON TEES                                                        Postal Code: TS183SH
FORMER VISQUEEN SITE, PRESTON-ON-TEES
Archaeological Consideration of the "Visqueen" Site, Preston-on-Tees, Borough of Stockton-on-
Tees
Brigantia Archaeological Practice Barnard Castle : Brigantia Archaeological Practice, 2009, 8pp,
colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Brigantia Archaeological Practice
The southern part of the site, where the factory complex was devoid of any features of possible
archaeological interest. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


                                       North West
                                Blackburn with Darwen
Blackburn with Darwen UA

(B.48.307)                                                                                SD68352780
AIP database ID: {2E520A09-55D6-46E0-9720-F030A140B9B6}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Parish: BLACKBURN                                                                Postal Code: BB1 1EA
BLACKBURN YOUTH ZONE, JUBILEE STREET, BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN
Blackburn Youth Zone, Jubilee Street, Blackburn with Darwen, Lancashire. Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Swann, N           Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 28pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
The site lay just south of the medieval centre of Blackburn and was probably occupied during the
medieval period. The site was first developed around 1795 and a Gas Works was established in 1818.
The first electrical generating power hall was established by 1895 to provide electric street lighting to
Blackburn. Further buildings associated with the electrical works and the tram system were constructed
in 1899 and 1902. Blackburn had the first electric tram in east Lancashire. Redevelopment during the
1930s removed some of the earlier buildings and two office blocks were constructed. The Gas Works
buildings were not demolished until the late 1950s and there was the potential for subsurface remains
of these building to have survived. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-61822

                               Cheshire West & Chester
Chester

(B.94.308)                                                                                  SJ39846776
AIP database ID: {2C16154B-3708-4AD7-A27C-2A99AEE2BEBC}
Parish: BLACON CUM CRABWALL                                                      Postal Code: CH1 4AJ
PROPOSED STUDENT VILLAGE, CHESTER
Desk-based Assessment of Proposed Student Village, Chester
Statter, C        Cambridge : L-P: Archaeology, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs
Work undertaken by: L-P: Archaeology
There was no evidence of prehistoric, Roman or medieval activity on the site. However, there was
more activity in the area during the post-medieval period due to the presence of Finchett's Gutter, a
boundary, on the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2901

OASIS ID :no



(B.94.309)                                                                                  SJ40706620
AIP database ID: {2D9526BC-3595-44A6-9F6E-2BB5F0CDF9FC}
Parish: CHESTER                                                                  Postal Code: CH1 1DH
CHESTER CITY WALLS
Archaeologicla Desk-based Assessment Report for Chester City Walls
Ward, S, Morris, M & Quin, C         Chester : Chester City Council Archaeological Services, 2009,
29pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Chester City Council Archaeological Services
The elevations of the wall in the area of the collapse were recorded and analysed for the purpose of the
assessment. The original Roman fortress wall in this area had collapsed in antiquity and its remains
became buried in a mound, possibly of Saxon date. The medieval wall was built on the crest of this
mound. Numerous repairs had been carried out to the structure since, particularly in the post-medieval
period. The wall had also been affected by development of adjoining structures which were examined
through map analysis. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 343

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment




(B.31.31)                                                                                    SP56708400
AIP database ID: {061A85E3-4F4B-4B88-836B-5A632DCA8AA6}
Parish: Misterton with Walcote                                                     Postal Code: LE174JS
LAND AT WALCOTE LODGE, WALCOTE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Walcote Lodge, Walcote Leicestershire
November 2009
Walker, C          Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
An archaeological desk-based assessment of land at Walcote Lodge was undertaken. The site was part
of a garden associated with Walcote Lodge. There was significant prehistoric activity in the vicinity of
the development area including significant flint scatters dating from the Mesolithic to Bronze Age,
earthworks and cropmarks of Bronze Age barrows and cropmarks of Late Bronze Age to Early/Mid
Iron Age pit alignments and later prehistoric enclosures. No associated finds or features had been found
within the development area but this was likely to be due to a lack of investigation and it is possible
that further below-ground prehistoric activity may be present here. There was a single site recorded in
the Leicestershire Historic Environment Record that fell within the development area, that of the
medieval and post-medieval settlement core of Walcote, although it is likely that the development area
was part of back plots associated with houses fronting onto Brook Street. Map evidence suggested that
the site has been used for agricultural purposes or as a garden since at least the 18th century, suggesting
that earlier below ground archaeological remains may still survive. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.94.310)                                                                                    SJ42604802
AIP database ID: {2DB2A397-B771-453D-8C6B-E4D9D0E99E7C}
Parish: Church Shocklach                                                          Postal Code: BT308QB
DOGKENNEL FARM, SHOCKLACH OVIATT
Archaeological Desk-Based Appraisal. Dogkennel Farm, Shocklach Oviatt, Cheshire
Fraser, R & Ronan, D        Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 2009, 24pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
The appraisal demonstrated that a series of marker/boundary stones formerly existed in a field to the
north of the proposed development. These marked the edges/corner of a number of thin strip fields
recorded as early as 1839 on the Tithe Map of the area. As late as 1910, 25 such stones were
identifiable, but only three could be recognised in a more recent survey. There was no documentary
evidence to indicated how early the pattern of strip fields may have been. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.94.311)                                                                                 SJ3984363106
AIP database ID: {F071D40F-96C4-4DBB-8842-F76D7C32DC8C}
Parish: Eccleston                                                                 Postal Code: CH4 9QD
PROJECT POSH
Project POSH. Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Assessment
Davies, T          Cirencester : Waterman CPM, 2009, 21pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Waterman CPM
There was a limited potential for prehistoric, Roman and medieval remains. Although prehistoric and
Roman activity and settlement were focused to the north of the site, there was limited potential for
associated activity within the site. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


SMR primary record number: 2919

OASIS ID :no


Vale Royal

(B.94.312)                                                                                  SJ61747158
AIP database ID: {C3A43610-1606-4989-B810-1A34BD31822B}
Parish: Weaverham                                                               Postal Code: CW8 2AT
FOREST HILL QUARRY, SANDIWAY
Forest Hill Quarry, Sandiway, Cheshire
Ford, L & Grassam, A         Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 27pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
Finds from the immediate area of the study area suggested the possibility of prehistoric to Roman
activity in the general area. [AIP]


OASIS ID :no

                                         Cheshire East

(B.95.313)                                                                              SJ7491882765,
AIP database ID: {DD44D1FF-CA39-4430-8870-362449408B7F}                                    SJ75278086
Parish: Rostherne                                                              Postal Code: WA166SG,
                                                                                            WA166QE
TATTON PARK PIPELINE, TATTON PARK
Tatton Park Pipeline, Tatton Park, Cheshire. Supplementary Report-Historic Research
Bullock, V         Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
In total, 69 sites were identified within the revised study area. 22 of these had been identified by a
previous report and a further 47 were added as a result of supplementary research. In total, 43 of the 69
sites were likely to be affected by the proposed pipeline route. The majority of the agrarian features
included historic fields and boundaries. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4416
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Congleton

(B.95.314)                                                                                  SJ85706260
AIP database ID: {D81D61E3-7ADD-4BBA-A97C-6CA8514DA4D6}
Parish: Congleton                                                              Postal Code: CW121UH
VALE MILL, CONGLETON
Vale Mill, Congleton. Desk-based Assessment
Miller, G         St. Helens : Garry Miller, 2009, 24pp, pls, figs
Work undertaken by: Gary Miller
The mill was initially involved with the manufacture of ribbon and silk, but by 1830 had turned to silk
production. The mill remained water powered for more than two decades. The complex comprised a
long narrow four storey brick built mill of typical East Cheshire domestic proportion along with
ancillary buildings. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2916
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :no



(B.95.315)                                                                                   SJ74306760
AIP database ID: {E6CA296B-C227-45E9-B0BE-96E47972D6CB}
Parish: Holmes Chapel                                                             Postal Code: CW4 7ET
M6 JUNCTIONS 16-20
M6 Widening-Junctions 16-20 Environmental Statement, Volume 2 Cultural Heritage (Achaeology)
Dennison, E        Headingley : Anthony Walker and Partners, 1994, 409pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Anthony Walker and Partners
The report identified 138 sites of recorded archaeological, architectural and or historical interest. [Au]


OASIS ID :no


Macclesfield

(B.95.316)                                                                                   SJ90007690
AIP database ID: {F907DE4E-16C4-45F2-9EE3-8A4492CF68F7}
Parish: Prestbury                                                                 Postal Code: SK104DG
LAND AT ST. PETERS CHURCH, PRESTBURY
Land at St. Peters Church, Prestbury, Cheshire
Adams, M           Liverpool : Liverpool Museum Field Archaeology Unit, 2009, 79pp, pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Lincoln Archaeology
A desk-based assessment found that St. Peters church was the head of one of the largest medieval
parishes in Cheshire. The churchyard probably contained a Norman chapel. The chapel was superseded
by St. Peter's from c.1220 AD and was ruinous by 1580. It was restored and rebuilt in the 18th century
and used as crypt until the early 1800s when it went into use as a school room. It was later back in
ecclesiastical use. Little of the original building survived above the ground, the only 12th century
section being the west door. Much of the graveyard was occupied by gravestones dating from the 17th
century onwards, though burials have probably taken place at St. Peters since the 8th or 9th century
AD. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2890

OASIS ID :no

                                              Cumbria
Allerdale

(B.16.317)                                                                                  NY10633073
AIP database ID: {2D22ECDF-9C8A-4C0A-B0F0-9F068011A933}
Parish: Brigham                                                                   Postal Code: CA130XE
LAND AT THE FITZ, FITZ PARK, COCKERMOUTH
Report on an Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land at the Fitz, Fitz Park, Cockermouth,
Cumbria
Cracknell, P     Cockermouth : Historic Building Survey and Archaeological Illustration (HBSAI),
2009, 14pp, colour pls, figs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Historic Building Survey and Archaeological Illustration (HBSAI)
A Scheduled Ancient Monument of a Roman farmstead was sandwiched between two areas of
proposed development. Typically for this class of site, any settlement would not be confined to the area
of the Scheduled enclosure. The south-eastern half of the site was of made ground representing spoil
removed during the construction of the A66 Trunk road. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



SMR primary record number: 2100

OASIS ID :no



(B.16.318)                                                                               NY11703090
AIP database ID: {9B4AE68F-FB37-4EC6-ADEB-9B42A1CA3BD5}
Parish: Cockermouth                                                            Postal Code: CA130JA
MANOR COURT AND ST. LEONARDS CLOSE, COCKERMOUTH
Manor Court and St. Leonards Close, Cockermouth, Cumbria. Desk-based Assessment
Kirby, M          Musselburgh : CFA Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 25pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CFA Archaeology Ltd.
Overall, the archaeological potential of the proposed development was considered to be low due to the
construction of recent housing development that occupied the development area. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.16.319)                                                                               NY04063692
AIP database ID: {C711C2A1-DC16-466F-845D-1CEBB0A1D769}
Parish: Maryport                                                               Postal Code: CA156NT
NETHERHALL ROAD, MARYPORT
Netherhall Road, Maryport, Cumbria. Desk-based Assessment
Glendinning, B & Neighbour, T         Musselburgh : CFA Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 26pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CFA Archaeology Ltd.
The proposed development site occupied what appeared to be part of the core military controlled area
around Alavna Fort and its vicus. However, there was no evidence to support the idea that the site
formed part of the vicus. There was no evidence of Roman period field boundaries of the type found
elsewhere in Cumbria. Two sites of probable Roman date were present in the proposed development
area. A site of medieval or later date most related to the use of the area as parkland. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 2105

OASIS ID :no


Hinckley and Bosworth

(B.31.32)                                                                                SK46100810
AIP database ID: {95AC30E4-FF05-43BE-AE8D-DC6396C67F74}
Parish: Bagworth and Thornton                                                   Postal Code: LE6 1BU
MANOR FARM, 2 MAIN STREET, THORNTON
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Manor Farm, 2 Main Street, Thornton, Leicestershire
Richards, G       Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 23pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
There were no known archaeological features within the proposed development area, however, due to
the character of the vicinity, there was thought to be a low to moderate potential for remains of the
medieval period to be present. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



(B.16.320)                                                                                  NY11305310
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: SILLOTH ON SOLWAY                                                         Postal Code: CA7 4BD
OASIS Record: Former Fisons Factory, Silloth, Cumbria
Former Fisons Factory, Silloth, Cumbria
North Pennines Archaeology Ltd. Nenthead Mines, Nenthead : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.,
2009, A4 bound report with figures and colour photographs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
Archaeological desk-based assessment undertaken prior to the demolition of the former post-medieval
Fisons Fertiliser factory buildings to be used in support of a planning application for redevelopment.
[OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1510516, 2/09/2238, 43602, 43603

OASIS ID :northpen3-69103



(B.16.321)                                                                                  NY31621698
AIP database ID: {5E497992-6293-48BB-A66D-D38FFB0C15A9}
Parish: St. John's Castlerigg and Wythburn                                       Postal Code: CA124TW
HELVELLYN GILL, LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK
Helvellyn Gill, Lake District National Park, Cumbria. Rapid Desk-based Research and Walkover
Survey
Blythe, K & Gardner, W Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
In total, eleven sites of archaeological interest were identified within the study area during the desk-
based research. The identified sites included a Neolithic axe findspot, a cairn of possible prehistoric or
medieval date, a medieval enclosure, a road which predated the Thirlmere reservoir, a milestone, an
area of ridge and furrow, a large post-medieval circular enclosure, a small circular feature, two modern
leats and a modern sheepfold. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4404

OASIS ID :no



(B.16.322)                                                                               NY2581048550
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: WIGTON                                                                    Postal Code: CA7 9HL
OASIS Record: Land to the south of King Street, Wigton, Cumbria
Land to the south of King Street, Wigton, Cumbria: archaeological desk-based assessment
Archaeological Services University of Durham         Durham : Archaeological Services University of
Durham, 2009, A4 spiral-bound report containing copies of historic maps and colour site photographs.
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services University of Durham
A desk-based assessment was undertaken prior to a commercial development. It showed the site had
remained undeveloped until it was partially occupied by a garage in the early 20th century. The site
lies on the edge of the former medieval village however

SMR primary record number: 1527714, 2/09/2037

OASIS ID :archaeol3-59201


Carlisle

(B.16.323)                                                                                  NY41205550
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {B91B3B02-50DC-49C0-A829-9C839D103832}
Parish: CARLISLE                                                                 Postal Code: CA1 2DG
LAND AT LONDON ROAD, CARLISLE
Land at London Road, Carlisle, Cumbria. Heritage Assessment
Blythe, K & Taylor, K      Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 49pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The proposed redevelopment site was located approximately a mile out of the centre of Carlisle. This
meant that there was relatively little activity on the site until the emergence of the railways. There was
the potential for below ground archaeological remains of Roman and medieval date. Presently, the
former goods station dominated the proposed redevelopment area with associated workshops and sheds
having been demolished. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4373
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.16.324)                                                                                NY55865560,
AIP database ID: {7CEB259C-4CB7-4C28-8A5B-60DC41789E07}                                   NY57065385,
                                                                                          NY55625567,
                                                                                          NY54375556
Parish: Castle Carrock                                                           Postal Code: CA4 9NF,
                                                                                   CA4 9NJ, CA8 9NG
CASTLE CARROCK AND GELTSDALE
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment and Walkover Survey at Castle Carrock and Geltsdale,
Cumbria
Liddell, T & Strickland, J Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment demonstrated that Castle Carrock and the surrounding vicinity was an area prevalent
with prehistoric activity. Most of the evidence of prehistoric occupation was in the form of tumuli,
hillforts and terraces. In 1883 Hall identified a number of terraces, pit dwellings and ovens believed to
date to the prehistoric period. Again in 1934, Barker mapped over 200 tumuli on nearby Carrock Fell.
Without further investigation the exact dates for many of these sites will not be known beyond the
general categorisation of prehistoric. During the post-medieval period the valley of Geltsdale was an
area of industrial activity that included coal mining, limestone quarrying, lime production, mill stone
quarrying, whinstone quarrying and zinc smelting. The evidence of many of these industrial activities
was still apparent in and around the landscape. The walkover survey revealed nine potential features
that were compared to the map regression analysis and aerial photographs. While evidence for seven of
these features was not found during the map regression analysis, or on corresponding aerial photos, two
of the features were identified. One feature (Site 07) was a standing building present on both First and
Second Edition Ordnance Survey maps. One of the features (Site 03) could possibly relate to either a
standing building, or to landscaping from the late 19th to the early 20th centuries, however, there was
no direct correlation between Site 03 and the historical maps. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-59612



(B.16.325)                                                                                  NY34705120
AIP database ID: {D6960B2F-3E68-4054-8BC1-88F68C59092D}
Parish: Dalston                                                                   Postal Code: CA5 6LF
LAND ADJACENT TO CARDEWMIRE'S QUARRY
An Environmental Study of Peat to be Removed Prior to Extraction of Sands and Gravels on Land
adjacent to Cardewmire's Quarry, CP676 and A Proposed Extension Area to be Extracted, CP677,
Carlisle, Cumbria
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Shaw, P Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 16pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
All of the peat seen in the current extraction area of the quarry was well humified with no potential for
palaeoenvironmental study or the revealing of archaeological features and artefacts. No macrofossils
were present throughout the peat from assessment in both of the extension areas. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 2062

OASIS ID :no



(B.16.326)                                                                                 NY33365560
AIP database ID: {F5AC7A0E-B1D2-4936-96FE-9FE423BC3C8E}
Parish: Orton                                                                    Postal Code: CA5 6EN
MOORHOUSE TO THURSTONFIELD PIPELINE, MOORHOUSE
Moorhouse to Thurstonfield Pipeline, Moorhouse, Cumbria. Rapid Desk-based Research
Bullock, V         Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
In total, 18 sites within the study area were identified as a result of desk-based research. The sites
comprised six post-medieval sites including the site of a windmill, a corn mill/watermill, a farmhouse
and a tannery. Also identified was the site of an early medieval Bow Stone and a medieval village, a
road, former field boundary and a parish boundary. Consultation of aerial photographs revealed further
features. The proposed pipeline route would unlikely adversely affect any of these site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4461
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Copeland

(B.16.327)                                                                                 NY01352235
AIP database ID: {332D5B4C-50A8-4668-A342-AD0B20A9B093}
Parish: Distington                                                               Postal Code: CA144PZ
A595 LEVENS BRIDGE-CARLISLE TRUNK ROAD PARTON TO LILLYHALL
IMPROVEMENT
A595 Levens Bridge-Carlisle Trunk Road Parton to Lillyhall Improvement. Cultural Heritage
Report (Archaeology) January 1994
Anthony Walker and Partners         Headingley : Anthony Walker and Partners, 1994, 193pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Anthony Walker and Partners
The report which included the collation of all published sources of information dealing with the
archaeological and built heritage of the study area, identified a total of 115 sites. It also outlined
mitigation strategies including watching briefs, evaluations and earthwork surveys in the most sensitive
archaeological areas. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.16.328)                                                                                 NY01001095
AIP database ID: {A49ECA74-2F66-45AE-92D0-E74BCA98EA46}
Parish: Egremont                                                                Postal Code: CA222DQ
WEST LAKES ACADEMY, WYNDHAM SCHOOL, EGREMONT
West Lakes Academy, Wyndham School, Egremont, Cumbria. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Oxford Archaeology North              Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 54pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
37 sites were identified within the study area. Whilst there was evidence in the wider area for
prehistoric activity, the findspot of a Roman coin in the locale of the proposed development area was
the earliest known site in the area. Egremont Castle, positioned to the south of the proposed
development area, was founded in 1125. Six sites that may be impacted upon were the remains of
merdieval buldings And features assocaited with burgage plots, post medieval buldings, and the branch
railway line and associated buildings. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2110
Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.16.329)                                                                                SD18648384
AIP database ID: {7FF1C98E-3D17-479B-9AA4-3F7C91ED3048}
Parish: Millom Without                                                          Postal Code: LA185JB
HALLTHWAITES WWTW, HALLTHWAITES, MILLOM WITHOUT
Hallthwaites WwTW, Hallthwaites, Millom Without. Rapid Desk-based Research and Walkover
Survey
Bullock, V & Gardner, W Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 36pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
In total, 17 sites were identified. The walkover survey visited those sites likely to be affected by the
proposed development, it also recorded a further two sites. One site was medieval in date, the
remaining sites were post-medieval, industrial or modern or of unknown date. None of these site should
be directly affected by the proposed pipeline route. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4381

OASIS ID :no



(B.31.33)                                                                                  SP44009190
AIP database ID: {F09B93A0-B4C4-48F2-922A-9BF010D0EB71}
Parish: Burbage                                                                  Postal Code: LE102JD
LAND ADJACENT TO BRITANNIA ROAD, BURBAGE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land Adjacent to Britannia Road, Burbage,
Leicestershire
Richards, G      Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 27pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
There were no known archaeological remains within the development area. However, archaeological
remains were known from the vicinity of the site, including significant finds of Roman and Anglo-
Saxon metalwork. There was thought to be an overall moderate to high potential within the application
area. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Eden

(B.16.330)                                                                               NY68001979,
AIP database ID: {754755DA-CA73-4900-8BF9-7C478BFDC2ED}                                NY6653520666
Parish: Appleby-in-Westmorland, Colby                                          Postal Code: CA166BD,
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


                                                                                                CA166RJ
COLBY FLOW TRANSFER STRUCTURE, COLBY
Colby Flow Transfer Structure, Colby, Cumbria. Rapid Desk-based Research
Bullock, V        Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 27pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The study area of the village of Colby was a shrunken village established in the 11th century and was
abandoned after the family who owned the land from the mid 12th to the end of the 14th century. In
total, 18 sites of archaeological interest were identified. The pipeline crossed Colby bridge at the
southern end of the village which was documented from 1602. the extant structure was modern with no
traces of an earlier crossing evident. A short section of the proposed route also passes through the
buildings associated with Colby Hall and although the extant building will not be affected by the
scheme, any potential below ground remains may be disturbed by the groundworks. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4454
Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.16.331)                                                                                 NY57102720,
AIP database ID: {98C8607F-8E71-48E3-9319-AD9341DACDDB}                                    NY58902440
Parish: Brougham, Morland                                                        Postal Code: CA103AB,
                                                                                              CA102DT
CLIBURN TO WHINFELL FOREST PIPELINE, PENRITH
Cliburn to Whinfell Forest Pipeline, Penrith, Cumbria. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment and
Walkover Survey: Supplementary Report
Maron, D          Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
A walkover survey in addition to a 2008 Desk-based Assessment identified eight sites of
archaeological interest within the study area, ranging in date from the prehistoric to the modern period.
Of these sites, a lynchet and a former field boundary were deemed likely to be affected by works
associated with the proposed pipeline. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4408

OASIS ID :no



(B.16.332)                                                                                  NY51213023
AIP database ID: {A93DFF2E-9203-4C67-BF36-4649224A9ADC}
Parish: PENRITH                                                                    Postal Code: CA117JP
BRUNSWICK ROAD DEVELOPMENT, PENRITH
Brunswick Road Development, Penrith, Cumbria. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Adams, J            Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 38pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
There were five historic or statutorily protected buildings in the vicinity of the site with Grade I and II
status. These structures were of 14th to 19th century date and included a Scheduled Ancient
Monument, Penrith Castle. Archaeological deposits relating to this settlement may have survived. The
area may also have been exploited for agricultural use during these periods. The site was arable
meadow land during the 18th and early 19th centuries. Elements of the late 19th century buildings of a
carriage works and of a 19th century saw mill were incorporated into the current buildings on the site.
Some of the site boundaries also incorporated elements of stone walling which may also be of 19th
century date. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, PM

OASIS ID :archaeol3-56051
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




(B.16.333)                                                                                NY51803009
AIP database ID: {629479EC-3A60-43FD-8E30-EBF68C38C743}
                                                                               Postal Code: CA117NX
GREGG'S BAKERY, MOSTYN HALL, FRIARGATE, PENRITH
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Gregg's Bakery, Mostyn Hall, Friargate, Penrith,
Cumbria
Strickland, J     Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 45pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment identified that areas around were the pre-urban core of Penrith that was possibly
surrounded by an enclosure. It was thought possible that a 13th century friary could have extended onto
the property. Cartographic records showed that Friargate was developed since at least the 18th century.
It was thought that Friargate housed medieval tenements. By the 15th century, Friargate was one of the
main built-up areas of Penrith. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-54435



(B.16.334)                                                                                NY61002700
AIP database ID: {CB6F2580-8023-4D17-AB4F-0AF69C78FCC8}
Parish: Temple Sowerby                                                         Postal Code: CA101RW
LAND AT LINDEN HOSE FARM, TEMPLE SOWERBY, PENRITH
Land at Linden House Farm, Temple Sowerby, Penrith, Cumbria
Strickland, J     Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The desk based assessment demonstrated that the site boundary lay within a medieval landscape with
activity prevalent to the south of the village. Linden House Farm dated to the late 18th/early 19th
century. There was potential for the survival of medieval or post-medieval deposits within the
development area and therefore an archaeological evaluation prior to groundworks was recommended.
[Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-64097


South Lakeland

(B.16.335)                                                                                SD51909310
AIP database ID: {F56DBFC1-8370-4DA4-B7E5-A2717C3DB409}
Parish: Kendal                                                                  Postal Code: LA9 6EN
KENDAL COLLEGE, BEEZON ROAD, KENDAL
Kendal College, Beezon Road, Kendal, Cumbria. Desk-based Assessment
Wooler, F        Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 71pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
Recent archaeological work on the south side of Wildman street had revealed a significant quantity of
medieval pottery of late 12th to 14th century date. This possibly suggested that the medieval town
extended over the river at Stratmongate Bridge, and that Wildman Street was in existence at this time.
An evaluation was recommended prior to work commencing. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-65829



(B.16.336)                                                                                NY38960091
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {EFECDDA8-FA3A-40CB-9AD0-73240A18B3C8}
Parish: Lakes                                                                  Postal Code: LA231LQ
LAKE DISTORIC             NATIONAL           PARK      VISITOR       CENTRE,        BROCKHOLE,
WINDERMERE
Lake District National Park Visitor Centre, Brockhole, Windermer. Archaeological Assessment
Minerva Heritage Lancaster : Minerva Heritage, 2008, 35pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Minerva Heritage
A desk-based assessment revealed that the study area contained seven archaeological sites including a
quarry. The walkover survey idetnified a possible field boundary, a former park boundary two
charcoal-burning pitsteads, a footpath, a field cealrance, lakeside seatring a stone building, more
quarrying activity, a well and stone steps. No secure evidence for prehistoric, Roman or early medieval
period activity was identiifed within the proposed development site, although the survival of early
features or deposits could not be entirely discounted. Medieval or earlier remains may also have
survived benath the footprints of the house or gardens at Brockhole. The archaeological assessets
chiefly related to the exploitation of stone, and to land and woodland management.

SMR primary record number: 1523221
Archaeological periods represented: PM, UD

OASIS ID :minervah2-67395



(B.16.337)                                                                               SD48309650
AIP database ID: {1751C62F-D90F-40FD-9EC4-FFD78287E78C}
Parish: Nether Staveley                                                         Postal Code: LA8 9JA
LAND ADJACENT TO THE A591 AT RATHERHEATH, LAKE DISTRICT
NATIONAL PARK
Land Adjacent to the A591 at Ratherheath, Lake District National Park, Cumbria
Strickland, J      Alston : North Pennines Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the site boundary was once common or waste ground
that was enclosed in 1821. The land within the proposed development area had always been used as
pasture or arable land with the exception of a pinfold marked on early maps, there had never been any
standing buildings or roads present on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :northpen3-64661



(B.16.338)                                                                             SD3040075800
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: ULVERSTON
OASIS Record: Conishead Priory, Ulverston, Cumbria: Archaeological Desk-Based
Assessment
Conishead Priory, Ulverston, Cumbria: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Greenlane Archaeology Ltd            Ulverston : Greenlane Archaeology Ltd, 2009, A4 comb-bound full
colour printed double-sided
Work undertaken by: Greenlane Archaeology Ltd
Originally the site of a leper hospital in the early 12th century, it became a priory in c1180-1184 and
remained so until the Dissolution and was seized by the Crown in 1537. Conishead Priory estates were
incorporated into the Duchy of Lancaster and later

SMR primary record number: 5/09/2345, 1533746, 2392

OASIS ID :greenlan1-61209

                               Greater Manchester Area
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




Bolton

(B.02.339)                                                                               SD72110929
AIP database ID: {8FC38B2F-50CD-4788-88D8-137AC49EF6E6}
Parish: BOLTON                                                                  Postal Code: BL1 1PS
LAND TO THE EAST OF ST. PETER'S CHURCH, CHURCH WHARF, BOLTON
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of land to the East of St. Peter's Church, Church Wharf,
Bolton, Greater Manchester
Thompson, G        Durham : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 46pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The assessment identified that elements of a number of 19th century buildings of archaeological
interest may have survived as archaeology on the site, particularly to the west and north-west of the
Rover Croal culvery. It was also possible that elements of the engineered east bank of the former
course of the river may have survived in the north-east corner of the site. This archaeology related to
Bolton's industrial economic and social heritage. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.34)                                                                                SK44370092
AIP database ID: {90A02A09-80C8-4372-8419-0EE40FE817D1}
Parish: Peckleton                                                               Postal Code: LE9 7QN
LAND TO THE SOUTH OF BOSWORTH ROAD, KIRKBY MALLORY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment in Advance of an Extension to Cadeby Quarry, on Land
to the South of Bosworth Road, Kirkby Mallory, Peckleton, Leicestershire
Speed, G          Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 91pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment confirmed that there were known sites of archaeological interest within the locality of
the development area. It was thought that remains of prehistoric and Roman date may have survived
within the development area. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Manchester

(B.02.340)                                                                                SJ85859872
AIP database ID: {C3D438B6-300D-4522-88C1-A15071FE6BEF}
Parish: MANCHESTER                                                              Postal Code: M40 7EZ
BRADFORD ROAD, ANCOATS, MANCHESTER
Bradford Road, Ancoats, Manchester, Greater Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Miller, I Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 60pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The application area incorporated the Brunswick Mill, a 19th century textile factory of considerable
archaeological and historical interest. This was reflected by the designation of Grade II Listed
Building. There was also the considerable potential for in situ buried remains of another early 19th
century textile mill, known originally as Pooley's Mill, which was demolished in recent years without
record. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4425
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment




(B.02.341)                                                                                   SJ83709814
AIP database ID: {F9AB00E2-7260-46C4-B3C4-D444DACE1B84}
                                                                                  Postal Code: M2 5AR
BRAZENNOSE HOUSE, BRAZENNOSE STREET, MANCHESTER
Brazennose House, Brazennose Street, Manchester. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Gregory, R         Manchester : University of Manchester Archaeological Unit, 2009, 25pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Manchester Archaeological Unit
The study area lay within a medieval field system to the south of Manchester's medieval settlement. In
the post-medieval period this land formed part of the Hulme family estate. During the late 18th century,
a series of buildings were constructed within the study area, and during the early and mid 18th century,
these buildings functioned as either domestic or commerical concerns. The cartographic sources also
indicated that a number of these buildings were modified and enlarged during this period. Further
modifications were made to some of the late 18th century buildings in the latter part of the 19th
century. All of the late 18th and 19th century buildings were then demiolished in the mid 20th century
prior to the construction of Brazennose House in 1964. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.342)                                                                                   SJ83979788
AIP database ID: {CA178D06-3179-4C80-A365-EA2C5888D1AD}
                                                                                   Postal Code: M1 4LF
ELISABETH HOUSE, MANCHESTER
Elisabeth House, Manchester. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Gregory, R & Arrowsmith, P          Manchester : University of Manchester Archaeological Unit, 2009,
26pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Manchester Archaeological Unit
Cartographic evidence indicated that between 1818 and 1824, a series of double-depth properties and a
tavern, with stabling were constrcuted. After this, a Presbyterian church was built. In the latter part of
the 19th century two warehouses and a new range of commerical properties were built, which replaced
some of the earlier 19th century buildings. During the 20th century a number of 19th century buildings
were modified. All of the 19th century buildings were demolished pror to the construction of Elisabeth
House. Most remains will have been truncated. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.343)                                                                                   SJ85149876
AIP database ID: {169942F1-4CE9-4619-8FE6-A644919B594D}
                                                                                  Postal Code: M4 6BH
HOWARTH METALS, JERSEY STREET, ANCOATS
Howarth Metals, Jersey Street, Ancoats, Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Miller, I Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 55pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The study area lay within the Ancoats Conservation Area. The site did have some potential to contain
the buried remains of archaeological importance. In particular, there was considerable potential for
buried structural remains of a late 19th century glass works to survive in situ in the centre of the site
and the remains of late 18th century artisans workshops/cellar dwellings fronting onto Jersey Street.
The site may also have contained the buried remains of a former branch canal, an iron foundry/
engineering works and its associated steam powered plant and a small part of a textile mill. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4428

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




(B.02.344)                                                                                 SJ85109870
AIP database ID: {3A051EF3-9567-4454-9BD6-9374D73F428E}
                                                                                 Postal Code: M4 6JH
MURRAYS’ MILLS
Murrays’ Mills Project Evaluation Report for Heritage Works (formerly Ancoats) Buildings
Preservation Trust
Heritage & Regeneration UK Ltd Manchester : Heritage & Regeneration UK Ltd, 2009, 7pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Heritage & Regeneration UK Ltd
The Murrays’ Mill complex is unique and recognised across Europe as one of the most important
Grade 2* early industrial structures in the UK. The Murrays’ Mills ‘shell repair’ project brought
together national and regional partners and funders with a local Trust, Ancoats Buildings Preservation
Trust (ABPT)1, to facilitate a significant project that provided gains to both the built heritage of
Manchester and the overall regeneration of the Ancoats area. The Evaluation of the Murrays’ Mills
project was carried out between May and September 2009. The purpose, to draw together and review
all of the reporting, monitoring, evaluation and other information relating to the project and include
review of any participation within area based regeneration or strategic frameworks. The Murrays’ Mill
project repaired, restored and ultimately saved, an important and iconic industrial listed building that
was ‘at risk’. This was a successful project, and delivered a significant quality exemplar of a historic
building shell repair. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.345)                                                                                 SJ84209710
AIP database ID: {3E176292-635E-4A83-96E9-35F3763048C7}
Parish: SOUTH MANCHESTER                                                        Postal Code: M15 6BH
MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, ALSAGER CAMPUS
Manchester Metropolitan University, Alsager Campus
Lake, N Basingstoke : WSP Environmental Ltd., 2009, 16pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: WSP Environmental Ltd.
The first development of the site was c.1940 when a Royal Ornance Factory was created. At the end of
WWII this became an educational facility and continued in this capacity. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2936

OASIS ID :no



(B.02.346)                                                                                 SJ85179589
AIP database ID: {56D13D10-8154-446E-BCEC-E8B7475A9244}
                                                                                  Postal Code: M13 0JJ
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL, HATHERSAGE ROAD, MANCHESTER
St. Mary's Hospital, Hathersage Road, Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Minerva Heritage Lancaster : Minerva Heritage, 2009, 41pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Minerva Heritage
Documentary sources showed that the area within the study area was still predominantly farmland until
the middle of the 19th century, and that some plots of land were still undeveloped at the close of the
Victorian era. The small isolated farm at Blackstate survived, despite the spread of new housing and
recognisable urban development until the beginning of the 20th century. By the middle of the 20th
century the study area had been very much transformed as part of a busy city suburb filled with
housing and infrastructure. The assessment identified 5 archaeological Gazetteer sites within the study
area, the majority dating from the industrial period. None of these sites comprised SAM or Listed
Buildings. A site walkover survey enabled the results of the documentary research to be tested against
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


the existing topography. Any remains were likely to have been removed by constrcution in the the 2oth
century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :minervah2-82781


Manchester, Tameside

(B.02.347)                                                                             SJ9054998090,
AIP database ID: {65C4A0E2-3C20-4578-84FC-D5A9B3BFB789}                                   SJ84929788
Parish: DROYLSDEN, MANCHESTER                                                  Postal Code: M1 2BN,
                                                                                            M35 7BG
GREATER MANCHESTER PASSENGER TRANSPORT METROLINK PHASE 3 A
Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive. Metrolink Phase 3 A. Manchester Metrolink-
East Manchester Line Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Parker, M         London : Laing O'Rourke, 2009, 48pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Laing O'Rourke
The route of the tramline passed through an area that had seen considerable development in the post-
medieval and industrial period. Out of a total of 181 recorded sites within the study area, 154 were
dated to the post-medieval period. The area was dominated by canals and transport links that heralded
the buildings such as workers' housing. The main road networks predated the canals and railways
within the region. Ashton new road and Great Ancoats Street were depicted on late 18th century maps
whilst Store Street and Cemetery Road followed the course of the old Roman road running between
Manchester and Castleshaw. Both Clayton Hall, the solitary Scheduled Ancient Monument within the
study area, and Philips Park, a Grade II registered park and garden, dated to the post-medieval period.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Oldham

(B.02.348)                                                                               SD93450338
AIP database ID: {DE651BE3-0E26-4D6C-9221-212519D3CAD8}
Parish: BARDSLEY                                                                Postal Code: OL8 2LD
KESWICK AVENUE, OLDHAM
Keswick Avenue, Oldham, Greater Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blythe, K        Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 25pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The study area remained undeveloped until the 19th century. In 1861 the railway opened which formed
the eastern boundary of the site. By the end of the 19th century a row of housing alongside the railway
and Belgrave Mills. The Fitton Hill area, within which the proposed development area was lcoated,
was one of several areas of housing development which took place after WWII. A school was built at
the same time. There was a low overall potential for archaeological remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Blyth Valley

(B.02.349)                                                                               SD90620472
AIP database ID: {9C305042-8A94-4F77-BAF9-87D8D8F4BDA5}
Parish: CHADDERTON                                                              Postal Code: OL9 9BL
SITE AT DENTON LANE, CROSSLEY, OLDHAM
Site at Denton Lane, Crossley, Oldham, Greater Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Blythe, K          Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
There were no prehistoric or Roman sites within the study area and the potential for sites form these
periods was considered to be low. There were two possible areas of medieval settlement within the
study area. By the 19th century, there was a house on the site. This was replaced by a group of houses
at the end of the 19th centry. The 19th century also saw the development of two textile mills within the
study area and two collieries on the proposed development area connected by a branch railway. Denton
Lane Colliery was sunk in 1845, and in 1862 was linked to the railway. This area was developed as
housing in the second half of the 20th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.35)                                                                                 SK30520376
AIP database ID: {C43F6787-AEFB-44DE-AE45-35F0EC1B7766}
Parish: Twycross                                                                Postal Code: CV9 3NF
ORTON-ON-THE-HILL
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Orton-on-the-Hill, Leicestershire
Pugh G, Gidman J & Heard H        London : CgMs, 2009, 46pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment area lay within a Conservation Area, but did not contain any Scheduled Ancient
Monuments or Listed Buildings. There was thought to be a low potential for remains of the prehistoric
to modern periods, except for the medieval period which was thought to be moderate and the post-
medieval period which was assessed to be high. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Oldham

(B.02.350)                                                                                SD90800200
AIP database ID: {96FAB1B7-F479-444A-AE34-9ECE87CEB629}
Parish: FAILSWORTH                                                              Postal Code: OL8 3QH
OASIS ACADEMY, MEDIA CITY UK
Oasis Academy, Media City UK (formerly Hope High School), Salford. An Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Gregory, R & Arrowsmith, P           Manchester : University of Manchester Archaeological Unit, 2009,
36pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Manchester Archaeological Unit
The earliest site identified in the study area was Hope Hall, which was constructed in the mid 18th
century. The cartographic evidence indicated that by 1815 two outbuildings were lcoated by the north
of Hope Hall, and by 1845 an additional wing had been added to the eastern side of the hall. Between
1815 and 1845 two lodges serving the hall had also been built fronting Eccles Old Road. To the north
of Hope Hall a second property, know as the Rookery, and an outbuilding was constrcuted between
1828-9 and 1845. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.351)                                                                                SD91770534
AIP database ID: {9244328A-A3DD-453D-AFEA-77108EA955E4}
Parish: OLDHAM                                                                  Postal Code: OL9 6DN
DEW WAY, OLDHAM
Dew Way, Oldham, greater Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Blythe, K        Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 32pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The site was known to contain five textile mills, a saw mill and timber yard. The site was cleared
sometime after 1953. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.352)                                                                                 SD92210558
AIP database ID: {0043DA22-28FC-419A-B54D-C6E621F93C3B}
                                                                                 Postal Code: OL1 2DZ
NORTH HOUSE, ROCHDALE ROAD, OLDHAM
North House, Rochdale Road, Oldham, Greater Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blythe, K          Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 26pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
There were no known prehistoric or Roman sites within the study area and the potential for remains
from these periods was considered to be low. The site of a medieval hall was at the northern extent of
the study area. It was therefore unlikley that any remains associated with the hall were lcoated within
the proposed development area. The area appeared to be in agricultural use until some time after 1844,
when it was occupied by a brick works. The works comprised three kilns and a reservoir within an area
of excavation works. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.353)                                                                                 SD92320419
AIP database ID: {2BE05736-A842-4155-B6E9-2B41D8CAA775}
                                                                                  Postal Code: OL8 1JA
PRIMROSE BANK, OLDHAM
Primrose Bank, Oldham, Greater Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blythe, K          Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
There were no known remains from the post-Roman period through to the late 18th/19th century and
the potential for remains from these periods was considered to be low. The greatest potential for buried
archaeological remains was within the industrial period. Two cotton mills werer located in the northern
part of the site. A coal pit was located in the application area and another coal pit was just ouside the
western boundary. These pits appeared to have gone out of use by the mid-19th century. A 19th century
chemical works on the south side of Chamber road was modified and later dmeolished and an easrly
20th century Baptist Church was demolished in the 1960s. The area was developed as housing in the
second half of the 20th century. It was thought possible that the remains of the mill buildings may be
located on site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.354)                                                                                 SD92100510
AIP database ID: {88FA4316-D7DF-4A0A-8425-15733B47E25C}
                                                                                 Postal Code: OL9 6AA
THE OLDHAM COLLEGE
The Oldham College. Archaeological Mitigation Strategy
Owen, P Chester : Gifford, 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Gifford
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


The site overlay the former iron works and Bent Grange complex. Bore piles will be used within the
areas of archaeological potential in order to avoid any impact caused by the excavation of potential
subsurface obstructions. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO

OASIS ID :no


Rochdale

(B.02.355)                                                                               SD83961201
AIP database ID: {18BBD041-5E6F-48C4-B304-CB417FFE7D3D}
Parish: HEYWOOD                                                                Postal Code: BL9 7UA
BLACKLEY MERE
Blackley Mere. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Wylie, J London : Hyder, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, ref
Work undertaken by: Hyder Consulting (UK) Limited
An analysis of the archaeological and historical resource at the site along with cartographic and
published and unpublished sources determined that there was little evidence for any activity either
within the site or the wider study area prior to the 19th century when the expansion of Manchester
reached this part of the Crumpsall. The archaeological potential of the site was assessed as low and as
such no further archaeological investigation was recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.356)                                                                               SD85570950
AIP database ID: {95117B65-89B1-4770-9682-A44358F47A08}
                                                                               Postal Code: OL102PD
SIDDAL MOOR COLLEGE, ROCHDALE
Siddal Moor College, Rochdale, Greater Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blythe, K & Bullock, V Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 47pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
Fourteen sits of archaeological interest were identified within the study area of which one was a Grade
II Listed Building. Twelve of the sites dated to the industrial period, one was modern and one was
unknown but of probable post-medieval or later date. Four of the sites identified were within the
development area. There was field name evidence from a tithe map for coal mining pits, ponds and
marl pits. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4386

OASIS ID :no



(B.02.357)                                                                               SD93451254
AIP database ID: {6E9C972E-9CB7-4C83-9D68-CA69F4D063D8}
Parish: MILNROW                                                                Postal Code: OL163FA
HOLLINGWORTH, HIGH SCHOOL, ROCHDALE
Hollingworth, High School, Rochdale, Greater Manchester. Desk-based Assessment
Bullock, V & Blythe, K Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 56pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
Sixteen sites of archaeological interest were identified within the study area, three of which would be
impacted by the development. A single site within the study area was protected and comprised three
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


Grade II Listed Buildings. Groundworks in the environs may have had the potential to encounter
remains of extant farm buildings and a former colliery. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4390
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.02.358)                                                                                    SD91301340
AIP database ID: {FCC01596-21D8-4ED9-9025-49F19968984F}
Parish: ROCHDALE                                                                  Postal Code: OL165AH
39 NEWBOLD STREET, ROCHDALE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land adjacent to No. 39 Newbold Street, Rochdale
Amat, D Bakewell : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
Although little was known about the initial construction of Newbold Hall, from the accounts
represened it was presumed that the original bulding footbrint was constructed prior to the Richard
Scholfield holding it in 1627. Later additions ot the Hall meant that, upon demolition, it covered the
majority of the study area. The potential for the survival of archaeological evidence on the site was
considered to be high. Given that archaeological remains were likely to be impacted on during
groundworks on the site, it was recommended that trial trenching be used. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.359)                                                                                    SD90151347
AIP database ID: {441D7C4F-98F8-4258-9D84-C31C59A9A529}
                                                                                   Postal Code: OL161TN
LAND AT THE CORNER OF ENTWISTLE RD AND JOHN ST., ROCHDALE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at the Corner of Entwistle Rd and John St.,
Rochdale, Lancashire
Archaeological Excavation Services             Mawdesley : Archaeological Excavation Services, 2009,
33pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Excavation Services
A study found that the site was originally occupied by a late 19th century wool scouring mill, sawmill
and their associated buildings, a terrace of residential properties fronting Entwistle Street, together with
a short southward continuation of George Street. All of these structures were subsequently demolished
prior to late 20th century redevelopment. A walkover survey of the site confirmed that no remains of
these structures were visible above ground, although substantial foundations may have survived.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Melton

(B.31.36)                                                                                     SK74701890
AIP database ID: {FBD1A252-0495-4CF6-8240-6EFDAE6182D4}
Parish: MELTON MOWBRAY                                                             Postal Code: LE130DD
LAND AT THE RILLS, LEICESTER ROAD, MELTON MOWBRAY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment on Land at The Rills, Leicester Road, Melton Mowbray
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


As the area had been partially demolished before, there was thought to be a moderate potential for
remains of the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods to be present on the site within any areas that had
not previously been developed. There was a low potential for archaeology of all other periods.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.360)                                                                                  SD89841353
AIP database ID: {979D97CE-78DC-4E59-BF30-FFA1EC9555DB}
                                                                                 Postal Code: OL161HX
ROCHDALE TOWN CENTRE, ROCHDALE
Rochdale Town Centre, Rochdale, Greater Manchester. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blythe, K         Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 27pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
An assessment identified a total of 99 sites of archaeological interest within the study area. This
included five Grade II Listed Buildings and four sites recorded in the SMR. The remaining 87 sites
were identified through consultation of historic maps. Numerous historic building of historical interest
occupied the study area, where were likely to require archaeological mitigation. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4424
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Salford

(B.02.361)                                                                                SD74200250,
AIP database ID: {52F28676-113E-4BBA-8222-E1ACFC705FCC}                                    SD74350210
Parish: WORSLEY                                                                  Postal Code: M28 5EL,
                                                                                              M28 5FT
WALKDEN HIGH SCHOOL AND WILLOWMOSS CLOSE PLAYING FIELDS,
SALFORD
Walkden High School and Willowmoss Close Playing Fields, Salford An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Arrowsmith, P & Bell, S Manchester : University of Manchester Archaeological Unit, 2009, 31pp,
colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Manchester Archaeological Unit
The sites identified within the study area comprised the shaft of an early to mid 19th century colliery, a
small building standing in 1844-6 and a group of ponds, which were believed to be former marl pits
and which were also in existence by 1844-6. The study area may have contained remains of local
significance but these did not merit further archaeological investigation. Therefore, no further
archaeological work was recommended for the study area. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Stockport

(B.02.362)                                                                                   SJ96938607
AIP database ID: {4F869FCC-7CBD-460C-81CB-C14098FC86AF}
Parish: MARPLE                                                                     Postal Code: SK6 7GJ
TURF LEA WASTE WATER PIPELINE, STOCKPORT
Turf Lea Waste Water Pipeline, Stockport, Greater Manchester. Rapid Desk-based Research
Bullock, V      Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 32pp, figs, tabs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The research identified the potential for archaeological remains in the vicinity of the coal wharf.
Consultation of the historic maps revealed changes to the layout and buildings of the wharf from the
early 19th to 20th centuries. A building was shown in the position of the coal wharf on the Marple
Tithe map of 1850. Fieldname evidence also suggested possible kiln and pottery production sites. The
settlement of Turf Lea may have medieval origins and ridge and furrow earthworks within the study
area could have dated to this period. Another series of earthworks within the study area, as yet undated,
could have indicated activity at a much earlier date. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4458
Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM, UD

OASIS ID :no



(B.02.363)                                                                                  SJ89579095
AIP database ID: {7E96A14D-098A-44C1-9B00-9B8DA3E30E47}
Parish: STOCKPORT                                                                Postal Code: SK5 7RH
PENNY LANE FIELDS, STOCKPORT
Penny Lane Fields, Stockport. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Arrowsmith, P Manchester : University of Manchester Archaeological Unit, 2009, 60pp, colour pls,
figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Manchester Archaeological Unit
Penny Lane and the road from the old Portwood Bridge led onto Old Road, part of the early highway
from Manchester to Stockport., which was believed to have followed the line of a Roman road. At
Stockport the highway crossed the River Mersey by a bridge first built by the 13th century and later
known as Lancashire bridge. Across the river Tame, Portwood was transformed in the late 18th and
early 19th centuries into an industrial suburb of Stockport, characterized by a concentration of mills
and works ghousing. Its growth was also helped by wo late 18th century developmentys. One was the
cvonstruction in 1786 by James Harrison, then lord Brinnington, of a new bridge over the river Goyt.
This provided Portwood with a direct link to Stockport and heralded the end of the old bridge over the
Tame. The second development was the construction by Harrison in the 1790s of the Portwood Cut, a
great leat which carried water from far upsteam on the Tame to power Portwood's new factories before
discharging back into the river just downstream of the old corn mill site. There was scatter ed
development along Penny Lane itself. In the post-war period, it bacme a landfill site but it was
landscaped in the 1970s. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Tameside

(B.02.364)                                                                                  SJ95279885
AIP database ID: {7C6D94AA-A77E-4484-848D-26C5D9977643}
Parish: DUKINFIELD (CHESHIRE)                                                   Postal Code: SK151QR
STAMFORD PARK, TAMESIDE
Stamford Park, Tameside. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Arrowsmith, P Manchester : University of Manchester Archaeological Unit, 2009, 51pp, colour pls,
figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Manchester Archaeological Unit
The earliest known settlement within the study area was the 1830s. It was built within an area known as
the Brick Kiln Fields, a name which surveyed in the 1770s showed a settlement site within the general
location of the study area, but no other evidence was found for this. The grounds of Highfield House
contained a number of built featues including an entrance lodge, kitchen garden, a summer house and
an icehouse. On the western side of the study area, the Dingle contained the sites of two of the four
cotton mills erected along the Cock Brook. The oldest of these was Throstle Net Mill bult by 1777 and
the earliest known water-powered mill in Ashton. The study area was crossed from north to south by a
sequence of boundary stones along the line of the former boundary between the municipal boroughs of
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Ashton and Stlybridge. Once eastablished, Stampford Park became a repository for a number of local
antiquities, which included the old Ashton Cross and stocks, each now a Grade II Listed Building. The
Dingle contained the base of the 16th century Tompson Crossd abnd, stone head which were believed
to have originally formed part of the medieval Ashton parish church. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.365)                                                                                  SJ98009960
AIP database ID: {470958FA-5CA2-4F88-9AF1-A12DFA979F0C}
Parish: STALYBRIDGE (CHESHIRE)                                                   Postal Code: SK153ES
FORMER ST. JAMES' PRIMARY SCHOOL, MILLBROOK, STALYBRIDGE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at the Former St. James' Primary School, Millbrook,
Stalybridge
Smalley, R        Bakewell : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
Through a study of map regression, a construction date of between 1843 and 1850 could be attributed
to St. James school. The school had been through a number of expansions between 1894 and 1920. A
site visit demonstrated little change to the general layout around the perimeter of the school. It seemed
that there was a low potential for the discovery of archaeological deposits predating the schools
construction during any groundworks on the site. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :archaeol5-67689



(B.02.366)                                                                                  SJ98009960
AIP database ID: {4868C4E8-5AFB-48E3-A38D-721E92CCC384}
                                                                                 Postal Code: SK153ES
THE FORMER ST. JAMES' PRIMARY SCHOOL
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at The Former St. James' Primary School, Millbrook,
Stalybridge
Smalley, R       Bakewell : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 19pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
Through a study of map regression, a construction date between 1843 and 1850 were attributed to St.
James's School. The school had been through a number of expansions between 1894 and 1910. A site
visit around the perimiter of the school showed little evidence for change in the general layout.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol5-67689


Trafford

(B.02.367)                                                                                  SJ81429568
AIP database ID: {88265DA2-EA79-4FB2-B157-98B55F6796BF}
Parish: STRETFORD                                                               Postal Code: M16 0WX
MANCHESTER METROLINK-TRAFFORD DEPOT
Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive. Metrolink Phase 3A Manchester Metrolink-
Trafford Depot. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Lawton, J         London : Laing O'Rourke, 2009, 16pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Faber Maunsell, Laing O'Rourke
There were two sites of archaeological interest located within the site boundary. These were the saw
mills and print works. However, the potential for previously unrecorded archaeological remains could
not be discounted but the likelihood was deemed low. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :no


Wigan

(B.02.368)                                                                                SD57440520
AIP database ID: {3C15D299-99E1-446D-949B-ABDD2E6BEE98}
Parish: PEMBERTON                                                              Postal Code: WN3 5AE
SADDLE RELIEF ROAD
Wigan MBC: Saddle Relief Road
Wardell Armstrong           Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Wardell Armstrong, 2009, 24pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wardell Armstrong
The scheme would involve the building of a new single carriageway being developed on a mixture of
unused land and current industrial land. A total of 52 heritage records were found adjacent to the site
and one within the site, this being the Adam viaduct. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.02.369)                                                                                SD56501050
AIP database ID: {D861BB2E-DEFC-4AF7-A00B-B896E411BADE}
Parish: STANDISH WITH LANGTREE                                                 Postal Code: WN6 0ND
MAYFLOWER, STANDISH
Mayflower, Standish Conservation Area Appraisal Consultation Draft August 2009
Environmental Services Department              Wigan : Wigan Council, 2009, 51pp, pls, colour pls, figs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Wigan Council
Mayflower Conservation Area was designated on 20th November 1989 and lies to the east of Chorley
Road, centred on Red Rock Lane and the River Douglas. The Conservation Area was of considerable
architectural, industrial archaeological and historical interest. [Au]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.37)                                                                                 SK75401880
AIP database ID: {19EE169E-8B14-40C3-8E8B-14CD01A500E0}
                                                                                Postal Code: LE131BQ
THE DENMANS SITE, BURTON STREET, MELTON MOWBRAY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for the Denmans Site, Burton Street, Melton Mowbray,
Leicestershire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The yards that comprised the assessment area were covered in concrete hard standing and most of the
buildings on the site were steel-framed with slab bases, although some were brick-built and may have
contained foundations. There was a low to moderate potential for prehistoric to Anglo-Saxon remains
to be found during the development, and a moderate potential for medieval and post-medieval periods.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



(B.02.370)                                                                               SD58110608
AIP database ID: {1220AFBB-FA34-4E14-A058-7BBAF7D16E8F}
Parish: WIGAN                                                                  Postal Code: WN1 1SF
MESNES PLAYING FIELDS, WIGAN
Mesnes Playing Fields, Wigan. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Towle, A           York : SLR Consulting Ltd., 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: SLR Consulting Ltd.
The quarrying of the site will have removed most of any archaeological remains that were previously
present at the site. It was assumed that the gold coin was discovered during the quarrying. All but the
very deepest archaeological features will hae been totally truncated by the quarrying. It was possible
that the base of the medieval town defences/cival war defences may have survived within the site
boundary. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                              Halton
Halton UA

(B.58.371)                                                                                SJ58008270
AIP database ID: {CD0271AC-BD55-4C1D-B76C-61ECA80335ED}
Parish: Daresbury                                                              Postal Code: WA4 4AE
LEWIS CARROLL INTERPRETATION CENTRE
Lewis Carroll Interpretation Centre. Archaeologicla Desk-based Assessment
Humble, A         Liverpool : Purcell Miller Tritton LLP, 2009, 83pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Purcell Miller Tritton
The potential for buried archaeology was considered to be high. The main archaeological significance
and potential of the site related to the presence of burials spanning a number of centuries. The other
archaeological remains that may be encountered were the foundations/artefacts from at least one phases
of medieval church on the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2927
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.58.372)                                                                                SJ52208750
AIP database ID: {5C038748-1379-43BA-B54C-0F1AB9E1DBF7}
Parish: WIDNES                                                                Postal Code: WA8 9ND
LAND OFF DERBY ROAD, FARNWORTH, WIDNES
Land off Derby Road, Farnworth, Widnes, Cheshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Richardson, J     Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 13pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
It was likely that the proposed development site remained in use as mixed agricultural land since at
least the medieval period until the first half of the 20th century. Apart from the presumed post-
medieval Marsh Hall (present by 1808), some minor quarrying and agricultural activity, there was no
known pre-industrial archaeological evidence. Evidence of the quarry would have been removed by the
construction of the Everite Works. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no

                                          Lancashire
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN

(B.30.373)                                                                             SD6843028250
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: BLACKBURN
OASIS Record: Blackburn Market,                    Penny      Street,   Blackburn,       Lancashire:
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Blackburn Market, Penny Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Minerva Heritage Ltd       Lancaster : Minerva Heritage Ltd, 2009, A4 full colour: text, photographs
and other illustrations
Work undertaken by: Minerva Heritage Ltd
Desk-based Assessment and Impact Assessment in advance of proposed road improvement and
regeneration. The resource assessment noted that the study area was part of the historic core of
Blackburn, and that a very good development sequence could be demonstr

SMR primary record number: PRN34989, 1530978

OASIS ID :minervah2-82779



(B.30.374)                                                                            SD6774325755,
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}                               SD6764826275

OASIS Record: Ewood Gyratory, Blackburn, Lancashire: Archaeological Desk-Based
Assessment
Ewood Gyratory, Blackburn, Lancashire: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Minerva Heritage Ltd       Lancaster : Minerva Heritage Ltd, 2009, A4 full colour: text, photographs
and other illustrations
Work undertaken by: Minerva Heritage Ltd
Desk-based Assessment and Impact Assessment in advance of proposed road improvement scheme.
The resource assessment identified mill-workers's housing, cotton mills, engineering works and a
former turnpike route inside the study area. The development of th

SMR primary record number: PRN34990, PRN34991, PRN24899, 1530982

OASIS ID :minervah2-82777



(B.30.375)                                                                               SD70002820,
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}                                  SD69202800

OASIS Record: Furthergate Bus Lane, Blackburn, Lancashire: Archaeological Desk-
Based Assessment
Furthergate Bus Lane, Blackburn, Lancashire: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Minerva Heritage Ltd       Lancaster : Minerva Heritage Ltd, 2009, A4 full colour; Text, Photographs
and other Illustrations
Work undertaken by: Minerva Heritage Ltd
Assessment of archaeological resource and potential impacts of proposed road improvement scheme.
Significant assets included the former weavers' colony and cotton mill at Furthergate, and early ribbon
development along the old Turnpike road which included

SMR primary record number: 1524831, PRN31247

OASIS ID :minervah2-82678
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                   Desk-based Assessment


(B.30.376)                                                                           SD6992328255,
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}                              SD7060828715

OASIS Record: Gorse Street to Whitebirk, Blackburn, Lancashire: Archaeological
Desk-Based Assessment
Gorse Street to Whitebirk, Blackburn, Lancashire: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Minerva Heritage Ltd      Lancaster : Minerva Heritage Ltd, 2009, A4 full colour; text, photography
and other illustrations
Work undertaken by: Minerva Heritage Ltd
Desk-based assessment and impact assessment in advance of proposed road improvement scheme. A
variety of mid-late 19th century buildings were identified as part of the resource. A development
sequence could be reconstructed beginning with an agricultural

SMR primary record number: PRN31422, 1524833, PRN31421, PRN31419

OASIS ID :minervah2-82604


Burnley

(B.30.377)                                                                              SD82573172
AIP database ID: {34F048C4-AF93-4859-A8E6-E2F6C2713467}
Parish: BURNLEY                                                               Postal Code: BB115JT
CO-LOCATION, COG LANE, BURNLEY
Co-Location, Cog Lane, Burnley, Lancashire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Bullock, V         Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 44pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
In total, 11 sites were identified within the study area with a radius of 250m from the centre of the
proposed development. Four of these were within the proposed development area and were buildings of
mid to late twentieth century in date. A slight potential for unknown below ground remains associated
with Cherry Fold Colliery was identified, but the impact was considered to be negligible. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4465

OASIS ID :no


BURNLEY

(B.30.378)                                                                                SD796338
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
                                                                            Postal Code: BB12 8DG
OASIS Record: Land off Lune Steet, Padiham, Burnley, Lancashire, Archaeological
Desk-Based and Historic Buildings Assessment
Land off Lune Street, Padiham, Burnley, Lancashire, Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment and
Historic Buildings Assessment
Birmiingham Archaeology University of Birmingham : Birmiingham Archaeology, 2009,
Work undertaken by: Birmiingham Archaeology
Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned in July 2009 by Development Planning Partnership LLP,
acting on behalf of Maple Grove Developments Ltd/Tesco Stores Ltd, to undertake an archaeological
desk-based and historic buildings assessment of land off Lune S

SMR primary record number: PRN19543, PRN19544, PRN19542, PRN31396, 1522677

OASIS ID :birmingh2-80648


CHORLEY
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



(B.30.379)                                                                               SD45902100
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: BRETHERTON                                                            Postal Code: PR26 9AX
OASIS Record: Plocks Farm, Bretherton, Lancashire
Plocks Farm, Bretherton, Lancashire
Archaeological Services Durham University Durham : Archaeological Services Durham University,
2009, Desk-based assessment - grey literature
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services Durham University
Desk based assessment [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1517119, PRN33100

OASIS ID :archaeol3-58617


North West Leicester

(B.31.38)                                                                                SK34701650
AIP database ID: {82AC3A1B-8791-4A8A-8516-D74475E2018F}
Parish: Ashby-de-la-Zouch                                                       Postal Code: LE6 5NJ
LAND SOUTH OF MOIRA ROAD, ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for land south of Moira Road, Ashby-de-la-Zouch,
Leicestershire
Clay, P N          Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 18pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment showed that the site was located outside the medieval settlement core of Ashby.
Although there had been some findspots surrounding the site, there was little evidence for settlement.
The site was thought to have been heathland in the medieval period, and there was little development
up until the 20th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Lancaster

(B.30.380)                                                                               SD42766077
AIP database ID: {5261DB01-8D38-4012-8A4A-53B1320CA5B8}
Parish: HEYSHAM                                                                 Postal Code: LA3 2FP
LAND PROPOSED FOR HEYSHAM WIND FARM, HEYSHAM
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land Proposed for Heysham Wind Farm, Heysham
Duffy, J Cambridge : L-P: Archaeology, 2009, 32pp, pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: L-P: Archaeology
The proposed development site did not contain any existing HER records though sites of prehistoric
and post -medieval dates were identified on the higher ground of the surrounding landscape. The site
was wet and low lying in nature and appeared most suitable for agricultural use which was supported
by the cartographic evidence from the 19th and 20th centuries. The proposed development consisted of
two wind turbines and their associated infrastructure with only localised ground disturbance on a 40.8
hectare site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :lparche1-60406



(B.30.381)                                                                             SD4276360774
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



OASIS Record: Heysham Wind Farm, Heysham
Archaeological Deskbased Assessment of Land Proposed for Heysham Wind Farm, Heysham
LP Archaeology Cambridge : LP Archaeology, 2009, A4 spiral bound document
Work undertaken by: LP Archaeology
This desk based assessment covers land to the east of Heysham Moss and to the north of the BT
Heysham Radio Station. Contained within the reports are the results of a 1km Lancashire Historic
Environment Record (LHER) search, a documentary and cartographi

SMR primary record number: 1498396, PRN31126

OASIS ID :lparchae1-60406



(B.30.382)                                                                                 SD47905870
AIP database ID: {91FECCCB-C4A6-446B-8586-1C43B8C7057E}
Parish: LANCASTER                                                                 Postal Code: LA1 4PF
LAND AT SCOTFORTH ROAD, LANCASTER
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at Scotforth Road, Lancaster
Evans, D           Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
The assessment demonstrated that the proposed development would have no significant impact upon
any designated archaeological or cultural heritage sites. However, a small number of undesignated
sites, including a cropmark of a possible Late Iron Age/Roman enclosure and later earthworks, would
be completely destroyed by the proposals. It was recommended that further archaeological work should
be carried out in order to mitigate against the impact to any known or unknown archaeological remains.
[Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD

OASIS ID :no



(B.30.383)                                                                                 SD47447458
AIP database ID: {677D9289-D947-4AFC-912C-6974E9D98F46}
Parish: Silverdale                                                               Postal Code: LA5 0UF
SLACKWOOD FARM, SILVERDALE
Slackwood Farm, Silverdale, Lancashire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Elsworth, D        Ulverston : Greenlane Archaeology Ltd, 2009, 20pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Greenlane Archaeology Ltd
There were numerous pieces of historical and documentary evidence concerning the site of Slackwood
Farm, but detailed information was sparse. However, the study revealed that some or all the current
farmstead was constructed early 18th century, when an earlier house was replaced. The earliest
recorded occupiers, recorded from at least 1632, were the Walling family who were clearly of some
importance in the local area, were certainly the original owners, and were responsible for the early 18th
century rebuilding. They probably held and occupied the site until the end of the 18th century, but by
the mid 19th century it had been acquired by the Leighton Hall estate, who continued to own it until
2009. There were few details about the physical development of the buildings; the available maps only
showed that the house and barn were present by at least the early 19th century, although there were
some discrepancies in the details they depicted, and there were additional outbuildings that had
subsequently been removed. The most significant proposed period of alterations was actually in 1977,
when plans were drawn up to divide the house into two dwellings, but these apparently never came to
fruition. The buildings at Slackwood Farm represented a historically and architecturally interesting
group, especially the farmhouse, although the sparse nature of the available sources and lack of specific
detail about the buildings made interpretation difficult. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :greenlan1-71098



(B.30.384)                                                                               SD4450856626
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: THURNHAM
OASIS Record: Transit Shed, East Quay, Glasson Dock, Lancashire: Archaeological
Desk-Based Assessment
Transit Shed, East Quay, Glasson Dock, Lancashire: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Minerva Heritage Ltd       Lancaster : Minerva Heritage Ltd, 2009, A4 full colour, 65pp, comb-bound:
text, photographs and other illustrations
Work undertaken by: Minerva Heritage Ltd
Desk-based Assessment in advance of redevelopment of part of the dock infrastructure over the former
East Quay. The resource assessment noted that the location of part of the redevelopment was likely to
overlay any surviving evidence for the first dock st

SMR primary record number: PRN31428, PRN31429, PRN31430, PRN2600, 1525059

OASIS ID :minervah2-82792


Preston

(B.30.385)                                                                                 SD52703255
AIP database ID: {EE61BF94-D935-4D5B-9794-C238DB6942CE}
Parish: BROUGHTON                                                                Postal Code: PR2 4YR
FULWOOD ACADEMY/ FULWOOD HIGH SCHOOL AND ARTS COLLEGE,
BLACK BULL LANE, FULWOOD, PRESTON
Fulwood Academy/Fulwood High School and Arts College, Black Bull Lane, Fulwood, Preston,
Lancashire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blythe, K          Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
A total of 16 sites were weithin the study ara. All of the sites were post-medival or later and comprised
a well, a park, a railway line, four ponds, a hollow, former field boundaries and footpaths, a parish
boundary, the site of a possible barn and a former orchard. Ten of the sites were within the proposed
development area, all of which were considered to have low local significance. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4453
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.30.386)                                                                               SD5840032200
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: GRIMSARGH                                                                Postal Code: PR2 5BY
OASIS Record: Red Scar Archaeological Assessment
Land adjacent to Preston Crematorium, Longridge Road, Preston: Archaeological Assessment
Minerva Heritage 2009 : Minerva Heritage, 2009,
Work undertaken by: Minerva Heritage
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment and Walkover Survey at Preston Crematorium, Red Scar,
Preston [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: PRN33015, PRN15242, PRN22812, 1509478, PRN33008, PRN33009,
PRN33010, PRN33013, PRN33016, PRN33014, PRN33006, PRN1712, PRN33012, PRN33007,
PRN33011
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :minervah2-67652

                                     Merseyside Area
Knowsley

(B.03.387)                                                                                SJ46608940
AIP database ID: {D30148D6-137E-4BAB-83D3-D9C451D526E3}
Parish: Whiston                                                                 Postal Code: L35 1RB
M62 JUNCTION 6/7
M62 Improvements (Junction 6/7) Ecological and Archaeological Comparative Impacts Study
Environmental Advisory Unit Liverpool University Liverpool : Environmental Advisory Unit
Liverpool University, 1992, 27pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Environmental Advisory Unit Liverpool University
The general ecological value of the land crossed by alternative junction improvement schemes was
low. Since all options potentially affected the site of a medieval hamlet, probably the most important
archaeological feature within the survey likely to be affected, it appeared that Alternative 3 may have
had the greatest archaeological impact and Alternative 5 the least. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Liverpool

(B.03.388)                                                                                SJ35278904
AIP database ID: {6690149B-5194-49C4-9832-D254E347E0D4}
Parish: TOXTETH PARK                                                             Postal Code: L8 1UR
ST. JAMES CHURCH, TOXTETH
St. James Church, Toxteth. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
SLR Consulting Ltd.       Shewsbury : SLR Consulting Ltd., 2009, 62pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: SLR Consulting Ltd.
There were proposals to rebuild a collapsing boundary wall and to extend the existing church with a
mixed use development. The site contained three known significant historic environment assets. These
comprised a Grade II* Listed Church established 1774/5, a multi-phase Grade II Listed Boundary Wall
and a late 18th and early 19th century burial ground. The potential for the presence of any pre-1774
archaeological remains was low. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Sefton

(B.03.389)                                                                               SD36770210
AIP database ID: {9549E6B3-3AA7-42EC-95E1-213E62737485}
Parish: Maghull                                                                 Postal Code: L31 8EW
LAND AT PARKHAVEN, LIVERPOOL ROAD SOUTH, MAGHULL
Land at Parkhaven, Liverpool Road South, Maghull, Merseyside. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Baldwin, S          Mawdesley : Stephen John Baldwin, 2009, 52pp, pls, figs, ref
Work undertaken by: S J Baldwin
The earliest site identified in the study area was Maghull Manor Moated Site thought to have been held
by the first documented Lord of the Manor, Uctred before AD1066. Alan de Halsall occupied the
manor up until the early 17th century. The Late 19th century Henry Cox building was the first of its
type in the United Kingdom. It was a purpose built home for epileptics set in a quiet rural surrounding
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


away from the hustle and bustle of the city of Liverpool. Although the building did not appear to have
high architectural merit, it held historic merit. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.39)                                                                                 SK40101070
AIP database ID: {B98B4090-F6DE-4C42-94E9-5DF1A11B3A27}
Parish: Ibstock                                                                  Postal Code: LE6 1JZ
LAND TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF ASHBY ROAD, IBSTOCK
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment forl Land to the North and South of Ashby Road,
Ibstock, Leicestershire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment found that the site contained findspots of Late Neolithic to Early Bronze Age flint, with
further prehistoric findspots to the west and north-east of the study area. Roman activity including the
Via Devana Roman road and a substantial contemporary settlement were also known in the vicinity.
Given the proximity of such remains, there was thought to be a moderate to high potential for
prehistoric and Roman remains and a low potential for medieval and post-medieval remains to be
found during any development of the site. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


St. Helens

(B.03.390)                                                                                 SJ46669578
AIP database ID: {29978D06-4428-4AE5-BAD3-D1F179A7E2AD}
Parish: Eccleston                                                              Postal Code: WA105QL
KIRKBY TO RAINHILL OVERHEAD LINE
Kirkby to Rainhill (4ZG) OHL, Combined Phase 1 & 2: Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. Desk-
based Assessment
Gardner, O       Kirkby : Amec Earth & Environmental, 2009, 52pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AMEC Earth & Environmental
The assessment established that there were sensitive archaeological remains at six of the 33 towers on
the 4ZG transmission line that had the potential to be impacted upon by the proposed refurbishment
works. These related to Knowsley Park and St. Annes holy well. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD, PM

OASIS ID :no


Wirral

(B.03.391)                                                                                 SJ32858942
AIP database ID: {AE212EA8-D1F6-40E7-9DB7-C27035766ADA}
Parish: BIRKENHEAD                                                             Postal Code: CH259AA
MORPETH BRANCH DOCK, BIRKENHEAD
Morpeth Branch Dock, Birkenhead, Merseyside. Preliminary Desk-based Research
Blythe, K        Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 22pp, pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The study area was located at he eastern end of the former Morpeth Branch Dock in Birkenhead. A
pumping station was built in the 1960s. The pumping station was proposed for decommissioning.
There were three Listed Buildings associated with the dock: Morpeth Dock and wharf walls, which was
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


indented to include the eastern end of the Morpeth Branch Dock; the transit sheds on the southern
wharf of Morpeth Branch Dock and the ventilation station for Mersey Tunnel at the eastern end of the
Morpeth Branch Dock. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no

                            MULTI-COUNTY RECORD
Blackburn with Darwen UA, Lancaster, Ribble Valley

(B.50.392)                                                                                SD73283590,
AIP database ID: {84447556-1DC5-428E-B3E3-179867C37CF2}                                   SD83605136,
                                                                                          SD69782053,
                                                                                          SD52045361,
                                                                                           SD66422725
Parish: Billington and Langho, DARWEN, Ellel, Paythorne, WITTON                  Postal Code: BB7 9NU,
                                                                                   BB3 2ND, BB2 2ST,
                                                                                    BB7 4JE, LA2 9AU
LANCASHIRE AREA SCHEDULED MONUMENTS
Lancashire Scheduled Monuments. Archaeological Survey
Clarke, S           Ulverston : Greenlane Archaeology Ltd, 2009, 41pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs,
CD
Work undertaken by: Greenlane Archaeology Ltd
A desk-based assessment and rapid survey was carried out of five Scheduled Monuments across
Lancashire, these being Witton Old Hall, Whalley Bridge, Newsholme Old Hall, Castle Hill,
Dolphinholme, and Darwen Tramway Reversing Triangle. There was a need for further information to
be recorded regarding these sites. The site of Witton Old Hall was situated in Witton Hall country Park,
Blackburn. The earliest records of the manor were from the time of Edward I, after which it passed
through various families until it was acquired by the convent at Whalley. After the Dissolution the
estate was sold to Richard Crombiholme who promptly sold it to the Astleys. The Astleys held the
estate until the reign of George III. Witton Hall was acquired by Joseph Feilden of Blackburn, who in
1800 built Witton House, and it was probable that the Old Hall was in a state of decay by this time. The
site itself had the remains of two buildings, that of the hall, which was no longer visible and was
occupied by allotments, and the ruins of a farm building and courtyard which probably dated back to
the 18th or early 19th century. The survey recorded the extant ruins of the farm building and courtyard,
and surrounding ditches and walls. Whalley Bridge straddles the river Calder on the south side of
Whalley. There has been a bridge on the site since at least the 14th century. The date of the first stone
bridge is unknown, though it was rebuilt and widened in the 17th century. In the early 20th century the
bridge was considerably altered and further widened to cope with modern traffic. Three phases of
building were recorded during the survey, which gave some understanding of the alterations made over
the last four centuries. The site of Newsholme Old Hall is situated on the south side of the river Ribble,
adjacent to Demesne farm on the west side of Newsholme. There was a paucity of documentary
evidence regarding Newsholme, although it is mentioned in the Domesday Book as belonging to Roger
de Poitou, and by 1573 the manor was known to have been held by Gabriel Green. The site consisted of
a low platform surrounded by shallow ditches, with the foundations of the hall sited at the east end. The
linear feature on the west side, running from the toll house to the site, was probably an access road
connecting to the present A682. As with Newsholme, very little documentary evidence was found
regarding Castle Hill to suggest how or when it was constructed. The physical remains of the site and
its position suggested that it was some sort of defensive feature, possibly a motte and bailey. Although
the survey revealed that the 19th century quarry had destroyed much of the monument, it is clear that
these earthworks were well positioned within the landscape to defend the river crossing. The Tramway
Reversing Triangle was the terminus of the Blackburn to Over Darwen Tramway which opened in
1881 and was the first to be authorized to run solely on steam power. It was initially run by Busby
Carson and Co under the name of the Blackburn and Over Darwen Tramways Co Ltd. In 1900 the
trams went electric, but by 1920 the trams were being superseded by buses, only surviving into the
1940s due to the war. The last tram to Darwen ran in 1946. The reversing triangle was in a state of
preservation and accessible to the public. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :greenlan1-71140


Macclesfield, Trafford

(B.50.393)                                                                      SJ74997939, SJ75288741
AIP database ID: {69550B9D-8831-4435-BEF8-E65021CA5574}
Parish: BOWDON, Knutsford                                                       Postal Code: WA166AL,
                                                                                             WA144QD
DUNHAM TANK TO KNUTSFORD PIPELINE
Dunham Tank to Knutsford Pipeline, Greater Manchester and Cheshire. Supplementary Report:
Historic Research
Bullock, V          Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 32pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
In total, 54 sites were identified within the revised study area. Fourteen of these sites were likely to be
affected by the proposed pipeline route. The majority of these were agrarian features, including historic
fields and boundaries. The Chester to Manchester Roman Road was also likely to be affected in the
three separate locations. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4410
Archaeological periods represented: RO

OASIS ID :no

                                           Warrington
Warrington UA

(B.88.394)                                                                                    SJ61009000
AIP database ID: {684413C8-5EDA-4584-9AB2-EE8FED8AB4D6}
Parish: WARRINGTON                                                                Postal Code: WA2 8AP
ORFORD PARK, ORFORD, WARRINGTON
Orford Park, Orford, Warrington, Cheshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Taylor, K         Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
22 sites were identified within the study area, seven of which were Grade II Listed Buildings. 11 sites
were within the proposed development area. The development plans showed that for the most part the
area including Orford Hall and the gardens and associated features will not be severely impacted upon.
However, a duck decoy pond was to be remodelled. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4392
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


                                         South East
                                       Bracknell Forest
Bracknell Forest UA

(B.52.395)                                                                                   SU86856812
AIP database ID: {85995647-818C-48EC-BDCC-E4B744989110}
Parish: Bracknell                                                                 Postal Code: RG127BG
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


LAND AT BRACKENHALE SCHOOL, RECTORY ROAD, EASTHAMPSTEAD,
BRACKNELL
Land at Brackenhale School, Rectory Road, Easthampstead, Bracknell, Berkshire. An
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Wallis, S & Hopkins, H Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 26pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay in an area of modest archaeological potential, with a Scheduled Monument [a round
barrow] nearby to the north. The northern portion of the site had been intensively developed for
previous school buildings and was considered to have no archaeological potential. The archaeological
potential of the southern portion of the site was less clear. This zone comprised a terrace of former
playing fields, though the extent of truncation [which had compromised any archaeology present] was
not known. Field evaluation would be required to confirm whether there was any archaeological
potential in this latter zone. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :thamesva1-78927

                                       Brighton & Hove
Brighton and Hove UA

(B.53.396)                                                                                    TQ31600430
AIP database ID: {99DC0485-59CC-4A68-87F2-2FD2479AC6A2}
Parish: BRIGHTON                                                                  Postal Code: BN881AH
NO. 33 MIGHELL STREET, BRIGHTON
No. 33 Mighell Street, Brighton. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Brown, C           Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 85pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The assessment identified a number of features surviving within the site boundary, including the
northern wall of No. 33 Mighell Street with associated fire place/hearth and recessed arches, remains of
red-glazed tile flooring in north of the site, and brick footings at the eastern boundary of the site. Based
upon the available evidence, there was considered to be a low potential for prehistoric, Roman, early
medieval and medieval remains within the bounds of the application site, and a medium to high
potential for post-medieval remains. Should any evidence be present dating to between the prehistoric
and post-medieval periods, this resource was considered likely to be of local to regional importance.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.53.397)                                                                                    TQ34500930
AIP database ID: {E0162FC7-840C-4A78-A133-52402400751D}
Parish: Falmer                                                                     Postal Code: BN1 9QQ
LAND AT THE PROPOSED NEW ACADEMY BUILDING SITE, UNIVERSITY OF
SUSSEX, FALMER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at the Proposed New Academy Building Site,
University of Sussex, Falmer, East Sussex
Russell, C        Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 59pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A desk-based assessment was prepared for the proposed New Academy Building site, University of
Sussex. The site was occupied by the Russell Building and the Arts D and E buildings. It also had an
area of landscaping to its east side. The New Academy Building and a lecture theatre were likely to be
built over the Russell Building and Arts E, which were both set deep into the ground surface (likewise
Arts D, which would also be demolished in this option). The site was once a part of Stanmer Park
(created in the 1720s) and subsequently farmed in the 20th century prior to the construction of the
university in the early 1960s. The site was assessed as having low potential for containing
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


archaeological remains for every period, due in part to limited evidence predating the medieval period.
The evidence was reviewed and recommendations for further mitigation were offered. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.53.398)                                                                                TQ33230883
AIP database ID: {26329A97-D29B-483C-A343-40E5B0229C96}
Parish: FALMER                                                                  Postal Code: BN1 9GR
VARLEY HALLS STUDENT RESIDENCE, COLDEAN LANE
Varley Halls Student Residence, Coldean Lane, Brighton, East Sussex, An Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Wallis, S          Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 25pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay in an area of considerable archaeological potential, with a wide range of Bronze Age, Iron
Age and Roman sites recorded in and around the study area. However, the site appeared to have been
severely truncated since the 1960s, when the university campus started to develop. The northern end of
the site was subjected to an archaeological excavation prior to building work in the 1990s, which
revealed evidence of a Middle to Late Bronze Age settlement. This part of the site would have no
remaining potential. It was possible that sub-surface archaeological deposits may have survived in the
remainder of the site, such as in the spaces between the present buildings, or particularly along the
western boundary, which was currently occupied by roads and car parking. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.53.399)                                                                                TQ33830358
AIP database ID: {284A48E5-6218-4188-9A03-2BF24DC9F2DF}
Parish: OVINGDEAN                                                               Postal Code: BN2 5RA
1-3 THE CLIFF, ROEDEAN
A Desk-based Assessment at 1-3 The Cliff, Roedean, East Sussex
Butler, C          Polegate : Chris Butler Archaeological Services, 2009, 32pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Chris Butler Archaeological Services
The desk-based assessment established that although there was no evidence for archaeological remains
at the site, there had been activity in the immediate vicinity of the site from the Palaeolithic period
through to the post- medieval period, and therefore there was a likelihood that there could be surviving
archaeological remains at the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.17.4)                                                                                  SK42965195
AIP database ID: {4AEA9982-5C45-4507-95AA-A9B741092D16}
Parish: Somercotes                                                              Postal Code: DE554EE
GOLDEN VALLEY, RIDDINGS
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Golden Valley Project, Riddings, Derbyshire
Clay, C Branston : Allen Archaeological Associates, 2009, 24pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Allen Archaeological Associates
There was limited evidence for any archaeological activity in the study area. The only findspot within
the site boundaries was a Roman coin hoard found in 1748. The 18th and 19th centuries saw the
development of the coal and iron industries in the study area, as well as the construciton of new canals
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


and railways. For the most part, the proposed development would have a negligible impact on the
limited archaeological resources. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 1196

OASIS ID :no



(B.31.40)                                                                                 SK40101070
AIP database ID: {DCC0375F-63AF-446A-A2A6-270358009815}
                                                                                 Postal Code: LE6 1JZ
LAND TO THE NORTH OF ASHBY ROAD, IBSTOCK
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment on Land to the north of Ashby Road, Ibstock,
Leicestershire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site was located close to the Via Devena Roman road, as well as prehistoric find spots. In light of
this, there was thought to be a moderate to high potential for archaeological remains to be discovered
during the course of development. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.53.400)                                                                                TQ30550687
AIP database ID: {ECA09AD3-8ED3-4B54-8B57-483985313BF0}
Parish: PATCHAM (EAST)                                                          Postal Code: BN1 6RF
47 SURRENDON ROAD
47 Surrendon Road, Brighton. Desk-based Assessment. September 2009
Mike Griffiths and Associates       Brighton : Mike Griffiths and Associates, 2009, 30pp, colour pls,
figgs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Mike Griffiths and Associates
The assessment concluded that there would be limited impact on subsurface deposits within the
existing garden. The boundary wall of the property was of no inherent historic value. The
archaeological remains of an early parish boundary, if present, may be affected by the construction of a
new wall and treatment of the road. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no



(B.53.401)                                                                                TQ34200820
AIP database ID: {19E51680-3A5F-44A5-B448-4DFC34408CFB}
                                                                                Postal Code: BN1 9PW
LAND AT FALMER HIGH SCHOOL, LEWES ROAD
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at Falmer High School Lewes Road,Brighton
Dicks, S London : CgMs, 2009, 73pp, pls, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
Land at Falmer High School was proposed for the redevelopment of educational facilities. There were
no Scheduled Ancient Monuments on or particularly near the study site and the site did not lay within
an Archaeologically Sensitive Area, defined by the Local Plan. The study established that the site had a
low potential for evidence of early prehistoric activity, and a moderate potential for late prehistoric
activity and Iron Age and Roman settlement. A nil-low potential was identified for all other periods.
However, site levelling for the school development in the 1960’s had severely reduced, if not removed,
the site's archaeological potential. In this instance it was anticipated that a watching brief on
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


groundworks would be necessary so that, in the unlikely event that archaeological remains were
revealed they could be excavated and recorded. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                     Buckinghamshire
Aylesbury Vale

(B.11.402)                                                                                SP83751555
AIP database ID: {E6FB047E-F97A-43FC-B1B3-C64E939020EB}
Parish: Bierton with Broughton                                                Postal Code: HP225DW
BADRICK'S FARM, BIERTON
Badrick's Farm, Bierton, Buckinghamshire. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Hopkins, H        Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 14pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site was located within the historic core of the village, which had documented late Saxon and
medieval origins and possibly earlier activity. The development site was considered to have
archaeological potential, however, the proposed development would primarily re-use existing
foundations and structures, thus requiring minimal new groundworks. A watching brief was suggested
in order to monitor any necessary small-scale groundworks. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.11.403)                                                                                SP69573403
AIP database ID: {ADDBAAF1-2A78-411A-88D8-F85606C81CB6}
Parish: Buckingham                                                             Postal Code: MK181JN
THE CHANTRY CHAPEL, BUCKINGHAM
Archaeological Assessment of The Chantry Chapel, Buckingham, and its Documentary Resource
Soden, I & Walker, C       Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 36pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
The chapel was founded in the 12th century but later converted into a school building. The building
contained an aumbry and piscina from its use as a chapel. Its fabric was renovated in the 19th century,
resulting in suites of windows which were almost entirely of that period. Earlier, blocked windows
could be discerned, as could a configuration of scaffold put-log holes deriving from previous building
or renovation works. This assessment added structural detail to the documentary and historical
understanding of the building. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :northamp3-72811


Wycombe

(B.11.404)                                                                                  SU762842
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: FAWLEY
OASIS Record: Fawley Court
AN  ARCHAEOLOGICAL         DESK-BASED                ASSESSMENT         OF     FAWLEY        COURT,
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
JMHS Oxford : JMHS, 2009, A4 Report
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: JMHS
This archaeological desk-based assessment was commissioned as part of the consideration of various
proposals for new work at Fawley Court, Buckinghamshire. This study highlighted the potential for
archaeological remains relating to the prehistoric peri

SMR primary record number: 1534556

OASIS ID :johnmoor1-95604



(B.11.405)                                                                                SU86959300
AIP database ID: {8C32843C-CADD-47A2-964C-D660BE56E782}
Parish: HIGH WYCOMBE                                                            Postal Code: HP111NR
HIGH WYCOMBE RAILWAY STATION DEVELOPMENT
High Wycombe Railway Station Development. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Morley, C          Buckingham : Network Archaeology, 2009, 74pp, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Network Archaeology
Adverse impacts were identified upon fourteen sites, though the full extent of all but two of these
impacts was uncertain. Neutral impacts were identified upon four further sites, two under statutory
protection, one regionally important and one of local importance. A single site, the original High
Wycombe Railway Station building itself was identified as subject to an overall beneficial impact from
the proposed development. The highest archaeological potential was considered to be for post-medieval
industrial remains related to the original broad gauge railway station built in 1854, though there was
also the potential for medieval settlement remains and a possible Roman Road to lie beneath the
modern tarmac. More remotely, the discovery of a Neolithic flint mine on the side of Amersham Hill
raised the potential for others to lie undiscovered in proximity to the station. Certain architectural
elements of the existing site were associated with Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s GWR Company.
Consideration should be given to undertaking building recording of those aspects of the original station
both still standing and preserved beneath the car park. Consideration should also be given to
undertaking a targeted archaeological watching brief during redevelopment of the western component
of the development area. The primary focus of archaeological recording should be those aspects of
Brunel’s original 1854 station architecture and any directly-related structures of Early Modern
industrial heritage. The eastern component of the proposed redevelopment was considered permitted
development and on this basis it should be exempt from further archaeological investigation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :networka1-75531



(B.11.406)                                                                                SU86959300
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}

OASIS Record: High Wycombe Railway Station Development
High Wycombe Railway Station Development: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Network Archaeology Ltd Buckingham : Network Archaeology Ltd, 2009, A4 File-bound report
Work undertaken by: Network Archaeology Ltd
This archaeological assessment relates to a proposed programme of development at High Wycombe
Railway Station, Buckinghamshire (NGR 486950E 193000N). The report presents the results of a
desk-based study of published archaeological information in the publ

SMR primary record number: 1529271

OASIS ID :networka1-75531

                                          East Sussex
Eastbourne
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment



(B.21.407)                                                                                   TQ61850290
AIP database ID: {C6E523DE-DA27-4D8B-8258-C0FE21B7AD3D}
Parish: HAMPDEN PARK                                                              Postal Code: BN238BT
LARKSPUR DRIVE, EASTBOURNE
An Archaeological Desk -based Assessment of Land Proposed for Development at Larkspur Drive,
Eastbourne, East Sussex.
Greatorex, C      Polegate : C.G. Archaeology, 2009, 62pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: C.G. Archaeology
Overall the potential for archaeology for the Palaeolithic period was very low, for the Mesolithic and
Neolithic it was low, for the Bronze Age very high, The Iron Age and Romano- British periods were
deemed to be low to moderate, Anglo Saxon was low and medieval was low to moderate with the post-
medieval to modern periods low. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Hastings

(B.21.408)                                                                                   TQ84081213
AIP database ID: {13A03CC1-0D6A-4E77-BB1F-E3422D6E31B8}
Parish: HASTINGS                                                                  Postal Code: TN355DH
HILL CREST SCHOOL, RYE ROAD, HASTINGS
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Hill Crest School, Rye Road, Hastings, East Sussex
Statton, M & Clubb, J       Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2010, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
The assessment concluded that there was a generally low potential for archaeological remains to be
present upon the site. The site, originally part of Fairlight Down, was in agricultural use until 1950
when the Hastings Modern Secondary School for Girls was built. The landscaping involved with the
construction of the school and its subsequent extensions, was believed to have had at least a partly
detrimental effect on any surviving archaeological deposits in the area but the full extent of any such
disturbance was uncertain. It was advised that a watching brief be undertaken during future
geotechnical investigation of the site, so as to further evaluate the potential for archaeological deposits
to survive on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.409)                                                                                   TQ82301200
AIP database ID: {E3C524B5-59E0-4E9F-BA1D-2807281EECB9}
                                                                                  Postal Code: TN342UB
LAND AT OSBORNE HOUSE THE RIDGE, HASTINGS
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment Land at Osborne House, The Ridge, Hastings, East Sussex
Darton, L          London : CgMs, 2009, 40pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
Land at Osborne House was considered for its archaeological potential. On the higher ground, the
northern third of the study site could be shown to have a moderate potential for the prehistoric and
Roman periods, and a low potential for the early medieval, medieval and post-medieval periods. The
potential across the southern two-thirds of the study site was thought to be low because of its steeply
sloping topography and distance from known archaeological features. Impacts due to terracing, land
forming and construction within the northern third of the site, was likely to have been severe and
widespread. Overall it appeared that the proposed development was unlikely to have a significant
impact in the northern third of the site due to the extent of past post-depositional impacts. In the
southern two thirds of the site the development was unlikely to have a significant impact due to the
sites steeply sloping topography. On the basis of the evidence it was suggested that if further mitigation
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


was required by the local planning authority, an archaeological monitoring exercise on groundworks
would be appropriate. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.31.41)                                                                                 SK33501180
AIP database ID: {9B3E677E-ACE2-4780-8AE5-0B11432CF094}
Parish: Measham                                                                 Postal Code: DE127LS
PICKERINGS NURSERY, MEASHAM
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Pickerings Nursery, Measham, Leicestershire
Dawson, M       London : CgMs, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The proposed development area had a low potential for archaeological remains from the prehistoric and
Roman periods, as well as the Saxon, medieval and post-medieval periods. This was due to the site
being located on the margins of the historic core of Measham. Archaeological monitoring of any
groundworks scheduled to take place on the site was recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Lewes

(B.21.410)                                                                               TQ47000600,
AIP database ID: {82E82193-6C3E-45F1-8A96-BC066ADAF4F7}                                  TQ44000600,
                                                                                          TQ44000900
Parish: Beddingham, Firle, Glynde                                               Postal Code: BN8 6LR,
                                                                                  BN8 6AA, BN8 6JX
BEDDINGHAM
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of a 3km Square Block of Landscape in the Area of
Beddingham, East Sussex.
Candidate Number: 18754 Brighton : University of Sussex, 2009, 15pp, colour pls, figs
Work undertaken by: University of Sussex
This report detailed an archaeological desk-based assessment undertaken at Beddingham. The area was
chosen as the site of a hypothetical proposed development of a new small town. Of the known
archaeology at the Beddingham site, probably only the Mount Caburn Iron Age Hill Fort is of national
cultural heritage interest although, due to its location, it was unlikely to be affected by any proposed
development. The rest of the site was of local interest but also featured important areas of potential
archaeology, particularly the Beddingham Roman Villa site, that could be at risk from a proposed
development. Further survey work was recommended at these sites. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Wycombe

(B.21.411)                                                                                TQ44900170
AIP database ID: {85900447-4267-4547-98EC-1E5FB7481612}
Parish: Newhaven                                                                Postal Code: BN9 0EG
LAND OFF NEW ROAD, NEWHAVEN
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment, Land off New Road, Newhaven
Dicks, S London : CgMs, 2009, 32pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment established that the study site had a nil to low potential for evidence of settlement for
the prehistoric, Iron Age, Roman, Saxon, medieval and post-medieval periods. However, there was
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                          Desk-based Assessment


potential for palaeoenvironmental material at a depth of c. 22m beneath the study site. A Second World
War aircraft crash site lay close to the north-western corner of the site, but it was anticipated that all the
remains had been removed. It was considered that the proposed development would not have an
archaeological impact, therefore no further work was required. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Lewes

(B.21.412)                                                                                     TQ44501250
AIP database ID: {D0E05762-1F2B-4461-A631-1CFE1AB7D81C}
Parish: Ringmer                                                                      Postal Code: BN8 5JN
NOUGHT, CHURCH HILL, RINGMER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Nought, Church Hill, Ringmer, East Sussex
James, R           Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A desk-based assessment was prepared for a site at Nought, Church Hill in advance of a proposed
residential development. The site was occupied by a former garden and kennels. A review of existing
archaeological and historical sources suggested that the site had a high potential for containing deposits
of medieval date relating to the Ringmer pottery industry and a moderate potential for containing
deposits relating to post-medieval buildings. Part of the site had been terraced in modern times for the
construction of kennels, the concrete base of which remained, although the impact upon the
archaeological resource was considered to be localised. A preliminary assessment of the impact of the
proposed development on adjacent Listed Buildings identified that the proposed development would be
partially visible from the parish church. Recommendations for further mitigation were offered.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.413)                                                                                     TQ44911282
AIP database ID: {4559C4A5-AA3A-4095-A074-2360E99C7460}
                                                                                     Postal Code: BN8 5LQ
SOUTH NORLINGTON HOUSE AND PIPPINS, RINGMER
A Desk-based Assessment and Written Scheme of Investigation for South Norlington House and
Pippins, Ringmer, East Sussex
Butler, C         Polegate : Chris Butler Archaeological Services, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Chris Butler Archaeological Services
A desk-based assessment was carried out on land at South Norlington House and the adjacent property
of Pippins at Bishop’s Lane, Ringmer. The assessment established that there was a very high possibility
of encountering evidence for the Ringmer medieval pottery industry during the construction of two
proposed houses, whilst there was also the possibility of finding evidence for prehistoric, Roman and
post- medieval activity. Therefore it was proposed to undertake a magnetometer survey to determine
whether there was archaeology present on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.414)                                                                                     TQ50000090
AIP database ID: {15E4A4CC-7584-45A2-B09E-0121CED2BF66}
Parish: Seaford                                                                      Postal Code: BN253LS
CRADLE HILL, SEAFORD
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


An Archaeological Desk based Assessment upon Urban Expansion at Cradle Hill, Seaford
Candidate no:-21369         Brighton : University of Sussex, 2009, 32pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Sussex
This paper was an archaeological desk based assessment, across the site of a hypothetical proposed
housing development scheme at Cradle Hill. The current Historic Environment Record showed the
study area to be a rich, multi-phased, archaeological landscape, with unrecorded features yet to be
revealed. The impact of any development would likely be detrimental, so detailed archaeological
investigation would be essential to enable the recording and dating of features known and unknown
before their ultimate destruction. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.415)                                                                                TV48369986
AIP database ID: {6D1621D2-7537-4AE1-A6BB-62708F47F51F}
                                                                               Postal Code: BN252HQ
LAND ADJACENT TO BLATCHINGTON HOUSE, SEAFORD
A Desk-based Assessment at Land Adjacent to Blatchington House, Seaford, East Sussex
Butler, C           Polegate : Chris Butler Archaeological Services, 2009, 36pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Chris Butler Archaeological Services
A desk-based assessment was carried out on land adjacent to Blatchington House. It established that
there had been prehistoric activity in the wider area, although nothing of this date was known from the
site. However, Roman cremations were found at the church, and the site was situated in the heart of the
Medieval and post-medieval village, directly opposite the church. A map regression exercise indicated
that post-medieval buildings may have been located along the street frontages, perhaps on the
footprints of earlier medieval houses, however, most of the site appeared to have been an open area for
at least the past 200 years. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.416)                                                                                TQ48600070
AIP database ID: {0A93DB95-1099-440F-8B98-151B9836174C}
                                                                                Postal Code: BN252JD
LAND AT BOWDEN HOUSE SCHOOL, FIRLE ROAD, SEAFORD
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Bowden House School, Firle Road, Seaford,
East Sussex
Russell, C        Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 43pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A desk-based assessment was prepared for a site at Bowden House School in advance of a proposed
rebuilding of the school. A review of existing archaeological and historical sources suggested that the
site had a moderate potential for containing archaeological deposits of Palaeolithic, Neolithic and Iron
Age date relating to chance findspots or possibly even settlement. The site was farmland during the
post-medieval period and was not built upon until the construction of the school in the early 20th
century. The evidence was reviewed and recommendations for further mitigation were made. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.417)                                                                                TV48709870
AIP database ID: {681D0EEB-F174-4C10-9076-1F5532C57286}
                                                                                Postal Code: BN251AJ
SEAFORD HEAD COMMUNITY COLLEGE, SEAFORD
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at The Seaford Head Community College, Seaford, East
Sussex
James, R          Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 36pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A desk-based assessment was prepared for a site at Seaford Head Community College in advance of a
proposed new sports hall development. A review of existing archaeological and historical sources
suggested that the site had a moderate potential for containing archaeological deposits of prehistoric,
Roman and post-medieval date. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Rother

(B.21.418)                                                                               TQ68502113,
AIP database ID: {4BBAD465-2B3C-45BD-9649-5C590BE598F5}                                   TQ65792137
Parish: Brightling                                                               Postal Code: TN219JJ,
                                                                                             TN325HE
BRIGHTLING DOWN: PROPOSED CABLE ROUTE
Brightling Down Proposed Cable Route, Brightling County of East Sussex Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Pethan, H          London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 54pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The development proposal included the construction of eight new substations. The proposed route
would not have an impact upon any Scheduled Monuments or Listed Buildings. The cable route was
adjacent to (outside of) a Registered Park. The site lay within an Area of Outstanding National Beauty
and Ancient Woodland was located to the north, south, east and west of the proposed route. The route
passed through two Archaeologically Sensitive Areas as defined by the local authority. These
comprised the later medieval and post-medieval village of Brightling and the area around the
Observatory. As there had been limited archaeological investigations in the area, the archaeological
potential for the early prehistoric to early medieval periods was uncertain, although certain parts had a
moderate-high potential to contain Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age remains. The western and
eastern sections of the proposed cable route had a moderate potential for the discovery of early and
later medieval remains, close to the medieval village of Brightling, and the later medieval occupation
site at Great Worge. The proposed route had a moderate potential for post-medieval agricultural
remains. The removal of topsoil within the working width, any construction compounds and prior to
construction of substations and the subsequent movement of vehicles would truncate or remove any
archaeological remains present. The excavation of the cable trench and pad foundations for distribution
sites and micro transformers would remove all archaeological remains within their footprints to the
maximum depth of the trench and foundations. It was recommended that preliminary test pits be dug in
areas of highest potential for archaeological remains and that across all of the cable route, except for
part of Section E, preliminary topsoil removal, the excavation of the proposed cable route (if
necessary), and preparation for any proposed substations should be subject to Enhanced Observation
and Recording due to the limited number of past archaeological investigations and the uncertain
potential for prehistoric remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.419)                                                                                 TQ82102510
AIP database ID: {3FC24EEC-8820-4135-821F-640FF03F643E}
Parish: Northiam                                                                 Postal Code: TN316PH
THE GREAT BARN, GREAT DIXTER
Impact Assessment Relating to Proposed Repairs and Alterations to the Great Barn, Great Dixter
Martin, D       Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 12pp, colour pls
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


An assessment of the impact to the historical fabric of the Great Barn and attached oasthouse at Great
Dixter resulting from proposed repairs and alterations. The assessment addressed the effect that the
proposed scheme of repairs and alterations would have upon the historical fabric and the archaeology
of the standing Listed Buildings. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no



(B.31.42)                                                                                   SK43591609
AIP database ID: {2BCB2914-9A16-4253-BB22-D8275CFB7CBB}
Parish: WHITWICK                                                                   Postal Code: LE6 4EF
NOS. 5-11 MARKET PLACE, WHITWICK
Nos. 5-11 Market Place, Whitwick, Leicestershire. An Archaeological Desk-Top Assessment
Dubber, J          Loughborough : Trigpoint Conservation & Planning Ltd., 2009, 24pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Trigpoint Conservation and Planning Ltd.
A desk-based assessment was undertaken in advance of the proposed development at nos. 5-11 Market
Place, Whitwick. The site had been identified as an area of archaeological potential due to its position
within the historic settlement core and its proximity to the former castle site [a Scheduled Ancient
Monument] and the site of the market, which was granted in the 13th century. The study area had been
occupied by buildings since at least the late 18th century. Archaeological evidence from the area was
very limited and primarily consisted of three undated burials discovered in 1891 and the remains of
post-medieval ancillary buildings at nearby Vicarage Street. The desk-based archaeological assessment
revealed that the site had several phases of development, and as a result it was likely that any surviving
archaeology will have been disturbed. Although the apparent lack of later disturbance in the vicinity of
the main frontage building at nos. 5 & 7 Market Place indicated that there may be a high potential for
medieval and post-medieval archaeology in this area. It was therefore recommended that a watching
brief be maintained at the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.420)                                                                                  TQ88751320
AIP database ID: {604EDB63-B024-4D6A-B05B-141AABF33878}
Parish: Pett                                                                     Postal Code: TN354EE
NAPENTHE, CLIFF END, PETT LEVEL
An Archaeological Desktop Assessment of Napenthe, Cliff End, Pett Level, East Sussex, TN35 4EE
Fairman, A          Brockley : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2009, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
There was a moderate to high potential for prehistoric remains, and a low potential for Roman, Saxon,
medieval and post-medieval remains. There was good cartographic evidence for the study site from the
early 19th century onwards. This showed the general area to remain relatively undeveloped until the
early 20th century. By 1936 the current property boundaries were established, and residential properties
began to appear in the vicinity, including ‘Stone Walls’ to the north and ‘Cliff Ridge’ to the south, but
the subject site itself remained open or wooded land. This had changed by 1961 with the construction
of ‘Buena Vista’, presumably the former name of ‘Napenthe’ and had remained as such until the
present day. Previous activity in the area of proposed development is likely to have had an impact upon
any underlying deposits. In particular, the landscaping, terraces, and foundations associated with the
current ‘Napenthe’ building. Given the moderate to high potential for prehistoric remains and the
general lack of previous archaeological intervention in the area, it was recommended that an
archaeological ‘watching brief’ take place during the ground reduction for the retaining wall extension,
composting toilet and water containment tank only. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment




(B.21.421)                                                                                 TQ88221805
AIP database ID: {6E1A37CA-EF27-4A08-8171-B1DB66C714C5}
Parish: Udimore                                                                 Postal Code: TN316BY
FLOAT FARM, UDIMORE
A Desk-based Assessment and Written Scheme of Investigation for Float Farm, Udimore, East
Sussex
Butler, C           Polegate : Chris Butler Archaeological Services, 2009, 28pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Chris Butler Archaeological Services
A desk-based assessment was carried out on land at Float Farm as a result of a planning application for
a new farm building on the site. The assessment established that there may be activity at the site from
the Mesolithic period through to the post-medieval period. There was numerous Roman iron-working
sites in the vicinity, and during the medieval period a barrier (the Damme) was constructed across the
river valley and there was a quay at Float Farm (the name ‘Float’ derives from a dock). [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Rother, Wealden

(B.21.422)                                                                                TQ65100510,
AIP database ID: {59141E0E-B81C-41C4-B6AC-5A7ED64A102A}                                   TQ74300810
Parish: BEXHILL, Pevensey                                                       Postal Code: BN245JW,
                                                                                              TN402AS
A259 PEVENSEY TO BEXHILL
A259 Pevensey to Bexhill Improvement Environmental Statement Volume 2. Archaeological
Assessment Report
Samuels, J        Newark : John Samuels Archaeological Consultants, 1994, 53pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: John Samuels Archaeological Consultants
Eight archaeological sites were identified through the study. Two of these, Manxey and Northeye, were
deserted medieval settlements and both Scheduled Monuments. They occupied higher ground and
consisted of substantial earthworks. Another earthwork had been described as a moat, but was thought
to be a sheep enclosure of medieval or later date. All the other recorded archaeological sites were areas
of medieval salt-panning. No other archaeological sites were recorded and none of the identified sites
were to be affected physically or visually by the proposed road scheme. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no


Wealden

(B.21.423)                                                                                 TQ58691083
AIP database ID: {E6082814-0B3C-47C1-BDE5-502DD27016AB}
Parish: Hailsham                                                                Postal Code: BN271NF
LANSDOWNE SECURE UNIT, HAILSHAM
A Desk-based Assessment on the Lansdowne Secure Unit, Hailsham, East Sussex
Butler, C         Polegate : Chris Butler Archaeological Services, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Chris Butler Archaeological Services
An archaeological desk-based assessment was carried out on land at the Lansdowne Secure Unit. The
assessment established that until the housing development around the site and the construction of the
Lansdowne Centre in the 1970s, the area had been used as farmland, although in the post-medieval
period there were a number of brick and tile works nearby. Although there was no existing evidence for
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


previous activity at the site, given the activity in the broader landscape, it was possible that as yet
undiscovered below ground archaeology may be affected by any development at the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.424)                                                                                 TQ47803730
AIP database ID: {CB307CF3-EA86-4A69-9B94-BD4CE2FDBB48}
Parish: Hartfield                                                                 Postal Code: TN7 4JN
FORMER COAL YARD, HARTFIELD
A Desk-based Assessment and Written Scheme of Investigation for the Former Coal Yard,
Hartfield,East Sussex
Butler, C         Polegate : Chris Butler Archaeological Services, 2009, 41pp, pls, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Chris Butler Archaeological Services
The assessment established that although there were no known archaeological sites at the former coal
yard, there were a number of sites in the immediate landscape, including the medieval motte in Castle
Fields to the south of the site, however, these were likely to be buried below c.1.5m of made ground.
The development was likely to disturb possible buried features relating to the 19th century railway
goods yard, and foundation trenches may disturb any earlier buried archaeology below the site, which
given underlying alluvium, may include preserved organic material. It was therefore recommended that
an evaluation was carried out at the site prior to the development taking place. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.425)                                                                                 TQ57600680
AIP database ID: {D24EAE34-0579-438B-8E57-ECD5129AFD3D}
Parish: Long Man                                                                Postal Code: BN266RE
LAND ADJACENT TO COPHALL WOOD WASTE TRANSFER STATION,
POLEGATE
Archaeological Desk- based Assessment. Land Adjacent to Cophall Wood Waste Transfer Station,
Polegate, East Sussex
Heard, H & Weaver, S        London : CgMs, 2009, 59pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment established that the study site had low potential for archaeological activity for all
periods. Although it was likely that the local landscape was utilised during the prehistoric, Roman,
medieval and post-medieval periods, no evidence of such activity was present within or in the
immediate area of the study site. Any previously unknown activity situated within the study site was
likely to be limited to isolated artefacts suggestive of the landscape utilised during these periods. The
study site was situated away from known historic settlement activity and had remained an area of
woodland throughout the post-medieval period and possibly earlier. Recent woodland clearance and the
construction of a mast in the northern tip of the site was likely to have caused areas of ground
disturbance that may have removed or truncated archaeological activity present. On this basis, it was
considered that no further archaeological investigation or mitigation would be required prior to
development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.426)                                                                                 TQ58782693
AIP database ID: {DDD3B219-9DEC-4AD4-B53B-7E51E4C59621}
Parish: Mayfield and Five Ashes                                                 Postal Code: TN206AY
LAND ADJACENT TO ATHERDEN, MAYFIELD
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


A Desk-based Assessment and Written Scheme of Investigation for Land adjacent to Atherden,
Mayfield,East Sussex
Butler, C          Polegate : Chris Butler Archaeological Services, 2009, 33pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Chris Butler Archaeological Services
A desk-based assessment was carried out on land adjacent to Atherden, Mayfield. The assessment
established that that it was likely that evidence for medieval properties, probably in the form of rubbish
pits and ditches associated with property boundaries, may be present on the site. As the site was
directly opposite the gatehouse to the Archbishops Palace, it was also possible that other activities may
have been taking place here, for which evidence may be found. The site was shown on maps as being
open gardens from the 17th to mid 20th centuries, and although there had been changes in ownership
and boundaries, which may have left evidence in the form of ditches, the site did not seem to have ever
been used for building over this time. It was therefore recommended that a programme of work be
undertaken prior to the development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.21.427)                                                                                  TQ61890551
AIP database ID: {7D7FD408-125C-412E-8C66-9972DD6C1B77}
Parish: Westham                                                                  Postal Code: BN245AY
HANKHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL, HANKHAM
Desk-based Assessment for Hankham Primary School, Hankham, East Sussex
Butler, C         Polegate : Chris Butler Archaeological Services, 2009, 32pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Chris Butler Archaeological Services
A desk-based assessment was carried out at Hankham Primary School. The assessment established that
the school site was a field prior to the school being built, and there was no evidence for previous
buildings on the site, or any known archaeology. However, there were numerous sites and finds from
the Mesolithic period to the 19th century in the surrounding landscape, which may indicate the likely
presence of buried archaeological remains at the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no

                                            Hampshire
Basingstoke and Dean

(B.24.428)                                                                                  SU62306370
AIP database ID: {E5814846-D55D-4837-BDAB-A34117F5E894}
Parish: Mortimer West End                                                        Postal Code: RG7 4QD
MORTIMER QUARRY EXTENSION, MORTIMER WEST END
Mortimer Quarry Extension, Mortimer West End, Hampshire. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Preston, S        Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 25pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site was a very large parcel of land within an area of considerable archaeological interest. No sites
or finds were recorded from within the study area. This was thought to have been the result of a lack of
previous opportunity to investigate. The forest cover on the site was relatively recent, and the re was no
reason to suggest that it might have comprised any archaeological remains. Further work was
recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


East Hampshire

(B.24.429)                                                                                   SU70841614
AIP database ID: {FFADB898-F843-4D63-9C33-ABBB39B0F8A5}
Parish: Clanfield                                                                  Postal Code: PO8 0PU
LAND AT GREEN LANE, CLANFIELD
Land at Green Lane, Clanfield, Archaeological Appraisal
Archaeology & Planning Solutions Cirencester : Archaeology & Planning Solutions, 2009, 20pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology & Planning Solutions
The assessment concluded that the archaeological potential of the application site could be considered
to be high. It was recommended that a programme of consultation with the Landscape, Planning and
Heritage Group of Hampshire County Council was carried out. A final decision on the merits of any
predetermination archaeological investigation of the site could then be taken. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                           Lincolnshire
East Lindsey

(B.32.43)                                                                                    TF21205803
AIP database ID: {EA9C74A1-A6BB-455C-99FD-1596DB987A9F}
Parish: Tattershall                                                               Postal Code: LN4 4NH
MARKET PLACE, TATTERSHALL
Market Place, Tattershall, Lincolnshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N        Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 52pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed development site did not lay within any form of designated areas of archaeological
importance. There was a low archaeological potential for prehistoric, Roman and early medieval
remains. A medium potential for the medieval period settlement associated with Tattershall Market
Place and a medium to high potential for post-medieval settlement activity was indicated. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :aocarcha1-60386



(B.24.430)                                                                                   SU74402280
AIP database ID: {6BE12A7E-27D9-4092-AB16-04F7F07A89AF}
Parish: Petersfield                                                               Postal Code: GU323LU
THE PETERSFIELD SCHOOL
The Petersfield School. Rapid Archaeological Site Appraisal
AOC Archaeology Group Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 13pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed regeneration site was located within Petersfield School. The main body of works
comprised the laying of an artificial grass pitch and floodlights on a currently open playing field, to the
east of the main school block/main reception. This area would also be used for the laying of 2 tennis
courts and an extension to an existing building for use as a changing room. A further changing room
was planned (Phase 2), extending from the existing main school block. Other works within the school’s
grounds were limited to re-alignment of existing tennis / netball courts, the resiting of a cricket cage
and long jump pit and the re-painting of lines for a running track and two sports pitches, to the north of
the school building. Works in and around this area have revealed a foundation trench, a small number
of pits and the occasional residual piece of post-medieval pottery. This assessment identified one
structure in close proximity to the site, the Grade II Listed Grange-an 18th century stable constructed as
one part of a pair of stables for Petersfield House. While there was evidence of prehistoric activity in
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


the wider landscape, this assessment identified no previously recorded archaeological evidence dating
to this period within the limits of proposed development. Indeed the historic background of Petersfield
suggested it was a deliberately created "planned town", most likely set out in an area of cleared
woodland sometime around the 12th century. It was concluded there were no features of archaeological
or built heritage significance that would constrain future design and/or development works. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no


Havant

(B.24.431)                                                                                  SU72500110
AIP database ID: {C5E9A1F4-BC86-4050-8089-10B4A44E1528}
Parish: NORTH HAYLING                                                            Postal Code: PO110QQ
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF BOAT YARD, MILL RYTHE LANE, HAYLING
ISLAND
Heritage Statement, Proposed Development of Boat Yard, Hayling Yacht Company, Mill Rhythe
Lane, Hayling Island, P011 0QQ
Development Archaeology Services         Eastbourne : Development Archaeology Services, 2009,
20pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Development Archaeology Services
The heritage statement presented a summary outlining the areas of investigation both desk-based and
field based. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


New Forest

(B.24.432)                                                                                  SU22040090
AIP database ID: {A7F14991-2FB7-4E7B-8CC5-7594F6330FFF}
Parish: Burley                                                                   Postal Code: BH244HX
HOLMSLEY LODGE AND SHRIKE COTTAGE, BURLEY
Holmsley Lodge and Shrike Cottage, Burley, Hampshire. Heritage Statement
Wessex Archaeology         Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 39pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
The land was uninhabited, having formerly been rented accomodation owned by the Forestry
Commission. The site iself may have been a potential medieval farmstead, although it was likely to
have been a coppice instead of a settlement. A keeper's lodge was known to have existed here from
1609. The lodge itself was rebuilt during the 19th century within the site boundary, but no traces of this
house currently survived above ground. A small internal enclosure within the former larger Holmsley
enclosure rails depicted on 18th century maps appeared to have been partially preserved by some of the
intact holly and yew trees on the northern portion of the site. Overall, the potential for recovered
archaeological remains on the site was considered low, and any buried archaeological resources within
the site may be considered to have been of local or regional importance. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Rushmoor

(B.24.433)                                                                                  SU86175545
AIP database ID: {897800EE-F345-4CBA-831E-0ACB4B02EDEF}
Parish: COVE                                                                     Postal Code: GU140AQ
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


FORMER QUEEN’S                 HEAD       PUBLIC        HOUSE,        MARROWBROOK                LANE,
FARNBOROUGH
Former Queen’s Head Public House, Marrowbrook Lane, Farnborough, Hampshire.
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Hopkins, H        Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay immediately adjacent to the sites of two post-medieval pottery kilns recorded on historic
maps. There was a possibility that other, earlier kilns and associated deposits were present in the
vicinity including on the proposal site itself. It would be necessary to provide further information about
the archaeological potential of the site from field observations in order to draw up a scheme to mitigate
the impact of development on any below-ground archaeological deposits if necessary. Such a scheme
could be implemented by an appropriately worded condition to any planning consent gained. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Winchester

(B.24.434)                                                                                  SU48933265
AIP database ID: {1C818360-CA3C-4CEE-8217-CDC62502A3E4}
Parish: Headbourne Worthy                                                        Postal Code: SO237QU
LAND AT "MEADOWSWEET,", HEADBOURNE WORTHY AND WILLIS WAYE,
KINGS WORTHY
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at "Meadowsweet,", Headbourne Worthy and Willis
Waye, Kings Worthy, Hampshire
Whitehead, B       Southampton : Southern Archaeological Services, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Southern Archaeological Services
The assessment found that there were known archaeological remains in the surrounding area, dating
from the prehistoric to modern periods, and it was thought that the area had been continuously settled
since at least the Saxon period. It was suggested that any development at the site was likely to involve
further archaeological investigation by trial trenching prior to starting groundworks for the
development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                          Isle of Wight
Isle of Wight UA

(B.28.435)                                                                                  SZ41108220
AIP database ID: {6AC32B53-8F0B-44A1-8FB6-7A8686537B75}
Parish: Brighstone                                                               Postal Code: PO304DD
ISLE OF WIGHT PEARL
Isle of Wight Pearl, Chilton Chine, Military Road, Brighstone, Isle of Wight. An Archaeological
Desk-Based Assessment
Mason, N A B Ryde : Dr. Nils A B Mason, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Dr. Nils A B Mason
The study area contained the remains of an upstanding 20th century house and holiday camp chalets,
some of which had been partially demolished or destroyed. These were considered to be of local
importance. No remains of national importance were known to exist on the site. However, there was
potential for previous activity to have occurred, and as a result, a watching brief was recommended.
Building recording of the chalets scheduled for demolition was also suggested. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                   Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :no



(B.28.436)                                                                              SZ45868796
AIP database ID: {EA00A075-2192-4552-9D2A-7D44B075D1EA}
Parish: CARISBROOK                                                           Postal Code: PO304HR
CROSS-SOLENT GAS PIPELINE
Southern Gas Networks. Cross-Solent Gas Pipeline. Cultural Heritage Desk-based Assessment
Halcrow Group Ltd.          Worcester : Halcrow Group Ltd., 2009, 43pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Halcrow Group Ltd.
Within the scheme boundaries, there was the potential for finds and features of any period to survive
within or beneath the plough soils. Records indicated that activity for Roman periods may be present,
however, at Egypt point, the installation of the current pressure reduction site will have already
removed any archaeology. The proposed scheme did not have a significant impact on the deposits
within or on the coast of the Solent. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                              Kent
Ashford

(B.29.437)                                                                              TQ85503250
AIP database ID: {8E2F138C-1815-4102-9041-B55C1F7CD3A6}
Parish: Rolvenden                                                             Postal Code: TN174JL
IN13 STROOD RIVERSIDE
IN13 Strood Riverside. Strood Riverside Development Desk Study
Walker,G, Martley, P & Storey, F Croyden : Mott MacDonald, 2005, 62pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Mott MacDonald
There may be planning and/or construction issues associated with areas of archaeological importance
and specific historical features on or adjacent to the proposed site. The features of importance
identified at the site were a disused British Railway dock entrance and a Roman foundation which was
found in 1828. The area of Rochester was first occupied by the Romans, in approximately 40AD. The
Romans constructed a bridge across the Medway and settlements have developed over time adjacent to
the bridge. It is possible that archaeological finds (such as the Roman Foundations) could be
encountered in ground investigation works across the site. It was therefore advised that an
archaeologist be present on site at all times during intrusive ground works in order to provide
knowledge and determine the presence of any archaeological finds where required. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.438)                                                                              TR01914148
AIP database ID: {B97B4253-97FC-412C-81D3-65DC5A13279B}
Parish: WILLESBOROUGH                                                         Postal Code: TN240PR
NEW TOWN WORKS, ASHFORD
New Town Works, Ashford, County of Kent. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Davies, L        London : Museum of London Archaeology Service, 2009, 34pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology Service
The site had a high potential for post-medieval remains. These may have comprised foundations of
railway buildings that had already been demolished, and below ground features associated with the
railway works such as inspection pits and casting pits. It was not known if the proposed buildings
would be basemented. Any archaeological remains existing on the site which had not been truncated by
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


the 19th century railway structures would be affected by the site preparation works and by the
construction of the proposed buildings. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Canterbury

(B.29.439)                                                                                  TR15325778
AIP database ID: {295F12BF-7EDD-4EFC-B20D-FE8B42B34321}
Parish: CANTERBURY                                                                 Postal Code: CT1 1NJ
13A MONASTERY STREET, CANTERBURY
13a Monastery Street, Canterbury, Kent; an Archaeological and Historical Study
Spacey-Green, C Canterbury : Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 2009, 59pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Canterbury Archaeological Trust
An archaeological assessment of a plot of land at the rear of 13a Monastery Street, was undertaken
prior to submission of a planning application for its development. The site lay within Canterbury’s
statutory Area of Archaeological Interest. The archaeological data and a survey of the documentary
sources showed that originally this was part of the extra-mural settlement for the Roman city and
within an area of cemeteries close to the road to Richborough. In the Anglo-Saxon period the site lay
between the important religious foci of the early cathedral and Augustine’s Abbey and may have been
an area of early settlement. Early medieval buildings fronted the predecessors of the present streets, the
site lying in the back garden zone throughout the medieval and post-medieval periods. Industrial and
commercial properties encroached upon this backstreet zone but the present site remained as a yard
with small buildings, perhaps originally stables, from the mid 19th century until a series of business
premises were located here in the following century. The reconstructed land use suggested there had
been little recent disturbance of a site with an important sequence of activity of the Roman and Anglo-
Saxon period, perhaps truncated only by post-medieval pit digging. The site was thus of high
archaeological potential as well as lying within a zone protected for its archaeological potential.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


South Holland

(B.32.44)                                                                                  TF30773008,
AIP database ID: {E81FF334-9A9D-4E9F-B3B8-14CBCC4268B1}                                    TF25952455
Parish: SPALDING, Weston                                                         Postal Code: PE126HQ,
                                                                                               PE112BG
SPALDING ENERGY EXPANSION
Spalding Energy Expansion Proposed Gas Pipeline. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A       Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
A sea defence known by various names including "Sea Bank" and "Roman Bank" of probable early
medieval date crossed the study area and the land to the south of this feature was reclaimed by the
medieval period. The remains of a monastic grange, chapel and retreat house lay within the study area
and may have been contemporary with crop marks of possible field systems identified from aerial
photographs in the vicinity of the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, EM

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.440)                                                                                  TR14905820
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {857BB294-7435-4121-9832-B70D2139BC54}
                                                                                Postal Code: CT1 2AW
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL: TRAFFIC CONTROL MEASURES
Canterbury Cathedral Traffic Control Measures An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Hicks, A Canterbury : Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 2009, 29pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Canterbury Archaeological Trust
The Dean and Chapter of Canterbury Cathedral were preparing plans to improve traffic control
management at three gates providing vehicular access into the Cathedral Precincts: Christ Church Gate,
Mint Yard Gate and Postern Gate. The desk-based assessment provided information about the known
and potential archaeological and historical resource within the area of each roadway, and assessed the
potential impact of the proposed works on these resources. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.441)                                                                                 TR14705770
AIP database ID: {61114F5C-FB4F-4362-AF30-339B60EB3865}
                                                                                 Postal Code: CT1 2PQ
KENT’S 20TH CENTURY MILITARY AND CIVIL DEFENCES: CANTERBURY
DISTRICT
Discovering and Recording 20th Century Military and Civil Defences. Canterbury District. The
Findings
Seary, P Canterbury : Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 2007, 49pp, refs
Work undertaken by: Canterbury Archaeological Trust
This survey was part of a process to create an inventory of all categories of 20th century sites, whether
military or civil defence, extant or disappeared. [Au]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.442)                                                                                 TR15205800
AIP database ID: {399FE1DE-F6BC-4B9D-813D-ED5D6E1BFFEF}
                                                                                  Postal Code: CT1 2EP
NO. 5 THE FORRENS, CANTERBURY
No. 5 The Forrens, Canterbury Proposed Construction of Extension. Desk-based Assessment
Hicks, A Canterbury : Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 2009, 16pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Canterbury Archaeological Trust
No. 5 The Forrens lay in a highly sensitive area of archaeological and historical importance. Roman
remains may lie within the proposed development area but the potential for recovery was considered
low unless there was a requirement for deep interventions as part of groundworks. Medieval remains,
associated both with Queningate Lane and occupation in the precincts, including the monastic water
supply, certainly lay within the vicinity. Any such remains would be of major archaeological and
historical importance. The potential for recovery within the development area was considered high. The
height at which remains were known to survive meant that even minor ground reduction could have
significant impact. Any associated work, on services or associated with the movement of machinery
and materials, also had the potential to impact upon the remains. Post-medieval remains, associated
with continued occupation after the creation of the New Foundation, lay within the vicinity. Few such
buildings had ever been investigated and as such they had the potential to increase the understanding of
the manner in which monastic buildings were re-used and adapted. The potential for recovery within
the development area was considered high. The height at which remains are known to survive meant
that even minor ground reduction could have significant impact. Any associated work, on services or
associated with the movement of machinery and materials, also had the potential to impact upon the
remains. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.443)                                                                                  TR16305750
AIP database ID: {EE9D8BDE-0C90-41B1-A927-05F9F6102A28}
                                                                                   Postal Code: CT1 1GJ
WARWICK ROAD, CANTERBURY
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Warwick Road, Canterbury, Kent October 2009
Holmes, S         Faversham : Swale & Thames Survey Company, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Swale & Thames Survey Company
The site was located outside the Area of Archaeological Interest (AAI) of Canterbury but still remained
within an area of moderate-high archaeological potential associated with the St. Martins’ Hill area;
primarily from the Romano-British, medieval and post-medieval periods. A Roman cremation
cemetery discovered in 1926 was situated a mere 110m to the north east of the development area. This
evidence was reviewed and it was recommended that further archaeological assessment would be
required and that an evaluation should be carried out. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :0.07ha



(B.29.444)                                                                                  TR15606659
AIP database ID: {FCCA9D9B-AFB7-47A0-BB5B-400665B161EE}
Parish: Chestfield                                                                Postal Code: CT6 7RY
HERNE BAY RECYCLING CENTRE, WESTBROOK ROAD, STUDD HILL, HERNE
BAY
Herne Bay Recycling Centre, Westbrook Road, Studd Hill, Herne Bay, Kent. Archaeological Desk-
Based Assessment
Barber, K         London : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
The assessment was carried out in order to ascertain the suitability of the site for the expansion of the
existing recycling facility onto currently vacant land to the west. The recorded cultural heritage
resource within a 1km radius of the site was considered in order to provide a context for the discussion
and interpretation of the known and potential resource within the site. Information regarding Listed and
Locally Listed Buildings within the study area was considered, and the potential visual impact on these
buildings as a result of development of the site. Historically the site had been situated on the periphery
of settlement activity in waterlogged ground unsuitable for occupation or cultivation. The peripheral
and marginal nature of the site indicated a low archaeological potential. Recorded prehistoric activity
within the study area was largely concentrated to the north of the site in proximity to the sea. However,
the location of the site in proximity to the ancient line of the West Brook did hold some potential for
the recovery of palaeoenvironmental deposits and features and finds associated with river use during
this period. This potential applied to human exploitation of the river through subsequent historical
periods. Throughout the medieval and post-medieval periods, the site remained unoccupied. Given its
waterlogged nature, it may have been subject to land improvement and management measures. There
was some potential for the survival of such historic activity within the site boundary in the form of
drainage ditches. There were no Listed Buildings or locally listed buildings within, or visible from the
site footprint. The site was known to have been in use as a Council landfill site in recent years and
consequently was likely to have been subject to high levels of ground reduction, build up and
remodelling. Other than its use for landfill, the site had been subject to a low level of historic
building/development, leading to a higher potential for the survival of archaeological deposits.
Archaeological interpretation of the results of any geotechnical investigations to be undertaken at the
site may have proved beneficial in determining the level and nature of ground build up and therefore
the potential survival depths of archaeological deposits. This information could be measured against
predicted depths of ground intrusion associated with site development when available. Following
consultation with the Heritage Conservation Group at Kent County Council, It has been agreed that any
archaeological work to be undertaken at the site could be secured by the attachment of a suitably
worded planning condition. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :no



(B.29.445)                                                                                  TR15115788
AIP database ID: {9391A4D4-961F-4EBB-A7AD-A6333D280B38}
Parish: CHRISTCHURCH                                                              Postal Code: CT1 2XL
SOUTH PRECINCTS, CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL. PHASE 1
South Precincts, Canterbury Cathedral. Phase 1-An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Hicks, A & Seary, P          Canterbury : Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 2009, 208pp, pls, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Canterbury Archaeological Trust
Between March and May 2009, a desk-based archaeological assessment was undertaken of the
cathedral South Precincts following proposals by the Dean and Chapter to landscape the grounds to
provide enhanced visitor facilities. The aim of the assessment was to provide information about the
known and potential archaeological and historical resources present in the precincts, and to assess any
potential impact of the proposed works on these resources. The study was to assist in the formulation of
strategies for further investigation and mitigation procedures to limit any such impact. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.446)                                                                                  TR17606840
AIP database ID: {577ED589-4C68-43C0-B5BB-D75708AF69D2}
Parish: Herne and Broomfield                                                       Postal Code: CT6 5JJ
HERNE BAY
Herne Bay. Conservation Area Appraisal. The Character of a Seaside Town
Harrison, R         Canterbury : Canterbury City Council, 2009, 144p, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Canterbury City Council
This appraisal examined the key elements that contributed to the special architectural and historic
character of Herne Bay. The character of any town is determined by the topography of its site, the
layout of its streets and open spaces and the age, material and style of its buildings. The combination of
all these factors creates enclosure, vistas and in the case of historic towns such as Herne Bay a unique,
a special, ‘sense of place’. Two conservation areas were designated in Herne Bay on 3 July 1970 and
were known as Central Parade number 1 and 2. These areas included the groups of listed buildings on
Central Parade, one section extended from Canterbury Road to Cooper’s Hill and the other section
from 81 Central Parade to 20 St George’s Terrace. The conservation areas were identified for review in
the Interim Local Plan written statement of July 1989. The area was surveyed and possible extensions
to the conservation area were put forward at a public exhibition in 1990. The Herne Bay Conservation
Area was designated on 5 February 1991 and it incorporated the two earlier Central Parade
designations. The City Council considered that the special interest justifying designation of a
conservation area should be defined and analysed in a written appraisal of its character and appearance.
On the coastal plain between Seasalter and Bishopstone, recent excavation demonstrated the presence
of a widespread pattern of intensive Neolithic, Late Bronze Age and Iron Age settlement with some
sites continuing in occupation into the Roman period. Archaeological evidence for early settlements in
the vicinity has been found on the hill slope within the eastern quarter of the conservation area.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.447)                                                                                  TR16706700
AIP database ID: {2EA3F69A-4B33-42ED-98CE-7348BFD72214}
                                                                                  Postal Code: CT6 7PR
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


HERNE BAY HIGH SCHOOL, HERNE BAY
Herne Bay High School, Herne Bay, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 401pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
This desk-based assessment demonstrated that the site may contain the remains of a post-medieval
building dating from the late 19th century. The site had some potential to contain hitherto undetected
archaeological deposits. An uncertain but low potential to include significant archaeological deposits of
the early prehistoric periods. An uncertain but high potential to include significant archaeological
deposits of the later prehistoric and Roman periods. Previous archaeological work within the site had
found evidence for these periods. The site lay outside of the urban extent of Herne Bay until the late
20th century and therefore had an uncertain but low potential for significant archaeological deposits of
these periods. The possibility of the site lying on wet ground suggested that it had the potential to
contain waterlogged deposits. Such deposits may include preserved organic material, possibly
containing Palaeoenvironmental evidence such as pollen. Waterlogged deposits also had the potential
to include preserved worked materials and artefacts such as those of wood or leather. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.448)                                                                                 TR11156525
AIP database ID: {D4FCF7CB-A114-44E9-B117-1CF319927FE4}
Parish: WHITSTABLE CUM SEASALTER                                                  Postal Code: CT5 4JP
ST. ANDREWS CLOSE, WHITSTABLE
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment at St. Andrews Close, Whitstable, Kent October 2009
Holmes, S         Faversham : Swale & Thames Survey Company, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Swale & Thames Survey Company
The archaeological archive for this area was reviewed and it was recommended that further
archaeological assessment would be required and that an archaeological watching brief should be
carried out. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.449)                                                                                 TR11636670
AIP database ID: {0E859CBE-3DBB-47DE-B1F1-BA5B5121C1F4}
Parish: WHITSTABLE URBAN                                                         Postal Code: CT5 2DZ
THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, WHITSTABLE
The Community College, Whitstable, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 42pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the site may have contained the remains of three post-
medieval buildings dating from the 18th century, and possibly earlier, onwards. It had some potential to
contain hitherto undetected archaeological deposits. The site had an uncertain but low potential to
include significant archaeological deposits of the prehistoric periods. The site had an uncertain but
moderate potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the Roman period, and an uncertain
but low potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the medieval period. The site had a
high potential to include archaeological deposits of the post-medieval period, due to the known
presence of buildings on the site. The possibility the site lay on wet ground suggested that it had the
potential to contain waterlogged deposits. Such deposits may have included preserved organic material,
possibly containing palaeoenvironmental evidence such as pollen. Waterlogged deposits also had the
potential to include preserved worked materials and artefacts such as those of wood or leather.
Development plans included the demolition of some of the existing school buildings, and the
subsequent construction of new buildings to replace them. The new buildings would lay in areas
already truncated by the original buildings, but there was some previously undisturbed areas within the
proposed footprint which may have contained in situ archaeological deposits. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                    Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :no



(B.32.45)                                                                               TF25952455,
AIP database ID: {445CB442-AEEC-4465-B8A2-F38BC50B06DC}                                 TF30773008
                                                                              Postal Code: PE126HQ,
                                                                                            PE112BG
SPALDING GAS PIPELINE
Spalding Gas Pipeline, Lincolnshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A        Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 19pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
The assessment found potential for archaeological remains and features associated with the reclamation
of the marsh along the proposed route of the gas pipeline. Further archaeological assessment may have
been required to determine the nature and extent of any such remains. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Dartford

(B.29.450)                                                                              TQ53907380
AIP database ID: {E06EF347-07D9-46B4-A77F-CAC6B6FF42DB}
Parish: DARTFORD                                                              Postal Code: DA1 2LW
DARTFORD POLICE STATION, INSTONE ROAD
DARTFORD
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Dartford Police Station Instone Road Dartford Kent
Darton, L          London : CgMs, 2008, 34pp, colour pls, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The study site was shown to have a low to moderate archaeological potential for the prehistoric,
Roman, Saxon and medieval periods. Past post depositional impacts at the study site were likely to
have been severe, principally as a result of 19th century brickearth quarrying and the construction of
the late 20th century Police Station.    The proposed development was unlikely to have a significant
archaeological impact. However, because of the proximity of the site to known Roman, Saxon and
medieval remains, a targeted level of archaeological trial trenching may be required targeted outside
the areas of past development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.451)                                                                              TQ59307490,
AIP database ID: {C5A6C849-5D12-4E01-97FE-E54E93721D36}                                 TQ60307520
Parish: Swanscombe and Greenhithe                                             Postal Code: DA100LL,
                                                                                            DA9 9HP
PIPELINE ROUTE, NORTHFLEET GROWTH SCHEME
Archaeological Desk Assessment of pipeline route, Northfleet Growth Scheme, Kent
Sparey-Green, C Canterbury : Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 2007, 84pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Canterbury Archaeological Trust
As part of the planning of the scheme, an assessment of the archaeological potential of the proposed
route was carried out. The most significant area of interest was the 1.25 km length of the route
following the Thames Way which passed down the line of the Ebbsfleet Valley, an area of great
significance for its palaeoenvironmental and prehistoric occupation remains buried within the riverine
silts and peat deposits. There may also have been remains of Roman and Anglo-Saxon occupation in
the upper part of the stratigraphy. Lower down the valley, the central section on the Stonebridge Road
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


might have coincided with remains of the original medieval and later bridge from which the road name
was derived. The north-western section of the route, along the edge of the Thames-side marshes, would
also encounter important prehistoric marsh-edge activity but at the western end would pass through
areas heavily disturbed by construction of the CTRL tunnel portal. For most of its course the pipeline
would pass through a landscape much altered by industrial activity and redevelopment. Historic
borehole logs have shown that a significant proportion of the route was in made ground, but there
remained a risk of impact on undisturbed ground below this, especially in the upper Ebbsfleet valley
and in the section along the Thames marsh edge. The report assessed the impact of the proposed
scheme on the identified archaeological resource and concluded with recommendations for mitigating
the impact of the scheme. It was proposed that archaeological monitoring of the 35 geotechnical pits
along the route would limit the need for archaeological evaluation and inform whatever further work
might be necessary on any significant areas identified by this means. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Dover

(B.29.452)                                                                                 TR31504150
AIP database ID: {E40F087F-F2CA-4D8F-A64D-B8D1118F58F8}
Parish: Dover                                                                   Postal Code: CT179RW
KENT’S 20TH CENTURY MILITARY AND CIVIL
DEFENCES: DOVER DISTRICT
Discovering And Recording Kent’s 20th Century Military And Civil Defences. Dover District. The
findings
Burridge, D & Guy, J      Kent : Kent County Council, 2008, 28pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Kent County Council
The Defence of Kent Project has its origins in a strategic study of Kent’s defences carried out by Victor
Smith and Andrew Saunders (Kent’s Defence Heritage, KCC, 2001). This examined a range of defence
sites in Kent from the Roman period to the Cold War and established the broad chronological,
technological and geographical trends that had influenced the development of military architecture and
of defensive methods in the county. It also provided a broad methodology for assessing and classifying
defence sites. The study was not comprehensive, however, and could not cover the full range of 20th
century sites. [Au]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.453)                                                                                 TR33665220
AIP database ID: {6FEDCB5B-8BAD-482D-B98A-A286D3276DAE}
Parish: Northbourne                                                             Postal Code: CT140LW
NORTHBOURNE COURT, NORTHBOURNE, DEAL
Northbourne Court, Northbourne, Deal, Kent. An Archaeological Assessment of Proposals to
Construct an Outdoor Swimming Pool
Samuel, M         Ramsgate : Architectural Archaeology, 2007, 36pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Architectural Archaeology
The planned intervention was entirely benign from an archaeological point of view, apart from the
destruction of a 19th century cart shelter. This structure was already in such poor condition that it
would have had to be rebuilt for safety reasons, even if there had been no plan to build a swimming
pool. Assessment of documentary evidence and topographic probabilities indicated that there was little
probability of encountering medieval deposits or structures associated with the Grange; these buildings
including the medieval chapel lay well to the south. While a single recorded tile hinted at high-status
Late Saxon buildings, these were deemed equally unlikely to be encountered However, the topographic
development outlined did make sense of the peculiarities in the plan of the north terraces; particularly
the apparent reduction in width of the lower Plat and terraces relative to the triple terraces of the
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


Mount, which existed before 1750. Such a reduction in width would explain the apparent youth of the
north and south terraces, or at any rate their existing brick revetments. The possibility of encountering
[and partially removing] the putative early terrace wall was high because the swimming pool as
planned ran along it or its site. The pool may also have truncated earlier terrace surfaces. Other deposits
and negative features that may have been encountered were the cut for the terrace wall and the infill
behind it. The latter may well contain dating evidence. An animal burrow hinted that the dumped
material behind the extant terrace would produce evidence in the form of bricks and other building
materials, including perhaps architectural fragments. Other finds in the form of household refuse could
not be ruled out. This could help closely date the extant terrace wall. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.454)                                                                                   TR36334578
AIP database ID: {A4D0125B-DB5B-407D-81B0-0B7057FFC713}
Parish: St. Margaret's at Cliffe                                                  Postal Code: CT156BB
BOCKHILL FARM TO EAST VALLEY FARM AND BETWEEN SEYMOUR ROAD
AND BERESFORD ROAD
EDF Electricity Cable from Bockhill Farm to East Valley Farm and Between Seymour Road and
Beresford Road. St. Margaret’s At Cliffe, Kent. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Rodenbuesch, I London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2008, 38pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
The proposed cable route would not have an impact upon any nationally designated (protected) sites.
The route had a high potential for prehistoric remains. A substantial late Neolithic/early Bronze Age
hilltop settlement is known to have existed in the area and various earthworks and tumuli are known
from aerial photographs throughout the study corridor. It was likely that further evidence of the
prehistoric occupation of the area would be encountered along the route. The proposed cable route had
a low potential for Roman remains. Although the site was located between the major naval bases of
Dover and Richborough evidence was sparse and it was likely that the area was used for agricultural
purposes. The proposed route had a low potential for medieval remains. The route had a low potential
for post-medieval remains. Historic map evidence showed that the proposed cable route had developed
little over this period and had remained arable and grazing land. Along most of the cable route
archaeological remains are expected to lie immediately beneath the topsoil with the exception of the
northern part of the route where archaeological remains would have been truncated by the installation
of the Deal-Dover Bulk Supply Water Main pipeline. In the light of the high potential for evidence of
Neolithic and Bronze Age occupation of the area it was recommended that, during the excavation of
the whole length of proposed cable trench, the work should be subject to watching briefs. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.455)                                                                                   TR31204410
AIP database ID: {378B40CF-2473-4783-A37E-620D93E4CE9A}
Parish: Whitfield                                                                  Postal Code: CT162JH
LAND OFF MELBOURNE AVENUE DOVER
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment Land Off Melbourne Avenue Dover Kent
Dicks, S London : CgMs, 2009, 47pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment established that the study site, which appeared to contain a possible late prehistoric
enclosure, had a moderate potential for Bronze Age/Iron Age evidence. In addition, in view of the
proximity of a Roman settlement and Roman road, a moderate potential for Roman evidence. The
possibility of a First World War trenching system within the northern part of the study site was also
identified. The site was known to contain the remains of 20th century farm buildings, an in-filled chalk
pit and a post-medieval field boundary. These remains were considered to be of local historic interest.
In view of the findings of this assessment, it was anticipated that a programme of work would be
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


required prior to development on the site. This could take the form of a geophysical survey followed, if
necessary, by targeted evaluation trenching. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Gravesham

(B.29.456)                                                                                TQ66847213
AIP database ID: {E3EAF2B4-241E-448A-9D5E-754422FA7149}
Parish: CHALK                                                                  Postal Code: DA124DD
THAMESVIEW SCHOOL, GRAVESEND
Thamesview School, Gravesend, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 46pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the site may contain the remains of an early 20th century
airfield. The site had some potential to contain hitherto undetected archaeological deposits, an
uncertain but low potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the early prehistoric and
Bronze Age periods, an uncertain but moderate potential to include significant archaeological deposits
of the Iron Age and Roman periods. The site lay near to a large number of cropmarks suggesting the
possible presence of a settlement of these periods within this area. The site had an uncertain but low
potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the medieval and post-medieval periods. The
site lay outside of the urban extent of both Gravesend and Chalk until the mid 20th century, and was
probably open fields and arable land during the medieval and post-medieval periods Development
plans included the demolition of the existing school building, and the construction of a new building to
the west. The new building would lie in an area which has undergone slight levelling, but still had the
potential to impact on in situ archaeological remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.457)                                                                                TQ65207080
AIP database ID: {F33C5D90-7621-4DBB-918E-6EC37B9A63A6}
Parish: IFIELD                                                                 Postal Code: DA125EG
LAND AT HEVER COURT ROAD, GRAVESEND
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Hever Court Road, Gravesend, Kent
Russell, C          Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2008, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A Desk-based assessment was prepared for a plot of land at Singlewell, in the southeast fringes of
Gravesend. A review of existing archaeological and historical sources suggested that the site had a
generally moderate potential overall for containing archaeological deposits, but with a moderate - high
potential for the Bronze Age and Romano-British period. This level of potential for the Bronze Age
was based on the possibility that the site may be incorporated into a Bronze Age field system, as one
has been excavated only 200 m to the south of the site. For the Romano-British period, it is because the
Study Area comprises a considerable number of sites of this date, including a Roman road that runs
directly past the site and an enclosed settlement 100 m to the southeast, both of which may increase the
likelihood of Romano-British material being discovered. The site had a low potential for containing
archaeological remains for every other period but the Neolithic and Iron Age, when the potential was
moderate, and the medieval period, when it was low - moderate. There was the possibility of
encountering boundary features and a temporary shed which date to the 19th and 20th centuries. Any
archaeological deposits to the west w ill have been disturbed to some extent by ploughing, whilst those
to the east may be similarly impacted upon by the uprooting of an orchard. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



(B.29.458)                                                                                 TQ65057440
AIP database ID: {D71CA618-44AC-4701-999E-10CF0D98F529}
Parish: MILTON                                                                  Postal Code: DA122BD
CLARENDON ROYAL HOTEL, GRAVESEND
The Clarendon Royal Hotel, Gravesend. Kent
Taylor, J & Moore, P      London : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2004, 51pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The desk-based assessment found that the archaeological potential for prehistoric, Roman and Saxon
periods was low, the medieval potential was moderate and the potential for post-medieval remains was
very high. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.459)                                                                                 TQ64797449
AIP database ID: {DA2CFAD0-8BB1-4FF6-A7F8-E8CD498FDA8A}
                                                                                 Postal Code: DA110BJ
GRAVESEND PIER PONTOONS
Gravesend Pier Pontoons. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Cohen, N            London : Gifford, 2009, 57pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Gifford
The new pontoon was to be constructed as a free-standing structure, independent of the existing Town
Pier. It was understood that an air-gap would be provided between the access landing and the T-head,
and it was not envisaged to make any physical contact with the pier itself. Therefore the adverse effects
by the scheme on the historic structure, if any, were considered to be purely visual. The historic fabric
of the pier itself had recently been restored, and it was understood that in this programme of works the
structure was retro-engineered at the east side to allow removal of a section of ironwork to provide
access to the pontoon. While the pier itself would not be physically impacted by the proposed pontoon
extension, the proposals would have a direct, albeit very localised, impact on any foreshore
archaeological deposits through piling, and may also affect the local flow patterns of the river, leading
to increased scour of, and/or deposition on, the foreshore. These potential changes to deposits within
the river surrounding the pier may have an effect on any surviving archaeological remains near the
foreshore surface. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no

                                     Northamptonshire
Daventry

(B.34.46)                                                                                   SP70737397
AIP database ID: {68CE0F50-3452-45C0-B2FC-0D2A9BA896BB}
Parish: Cottesbrooke                                                             Postal Code: NN6 8PH
LAND TO THE REAR OF BOTHY COTTAGE, MAIN STREET, COTTESBROOKE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land to the Rear of Bothy Cottage, Main Street,
Cottesbrooke, Northamptonshire
Kipling, R W      Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 75pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site was thought to have a low archaeological potential, partly due to it's use as an orchard and
paddock until at least the mid-19th century. Some agricultural land use was noted in the surrounding
area. [Au(adp)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.460)                                                                                  TQ64807410
AIP database ID: {F18D8CE3-7112-4DA9-84E0-4F10AB668272}
                                                                                 Postal Code: DA122DS
KENT’S 20TH CENTURY MILITARY AND CIVIL DEFENCES-GRAVESHAM
DISTRICT
The Defence of Kent Project Discovering and Recording Kent’s 20th Century Military and Civil
Defences-Gravesham District
Smith, V           Maidstone : Kent County Council, 2007, 71pp, refs
Work undertaken by: Kent County Council
This survey was part of a process to create an inventory of all categories of 20th century sites, whether
military or civil defence, extant or disappeared, to be embraced within portfolios for each local
authority district and the Medway Unitary Authority. Gravesham was the first of Kent’s districts to be
surveyed and reported upon. [Au]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.461)                                                                                  TQ65747422
AIP database ID: {EC2758B4-FB08-4267-8AA0-39177476BD15}
                                                                                 Postal Code: DA122RN
THAMES AND MEDWAY CANAL
Thames and Medway Canal, Kent. County Of Kent. Archaeological and Built Heritage Assessment
Dwyer, E & Pethen, H        London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2008, 101pp, pls, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
An archaeological and built heritage assessment was undertaken of the Thames and Medway Canal in
Kent. The assessment concluded that the much altered state of the canal and its associated structures
precluded the canal from any further statutory protection by way of Listing or Scheduling. The canal
was not of national importance, but it is of regional importance. Some attempts have been made to
increase the accessibility of the Thames and Medway Canal, however its isolated nature, divorced from
Gravesend basin, limited its use by casual walkers and cyclists. In the long term, opportunities may
have arisen to redevelop the industrial area at the east end of Gravesend basin; this would be an ideal
opportunity to reinstate the course of the canal, and create a leisure facility that could be reached from
the centre of Gravesend. The Interpretation Plan suggested that the canal be presented to the public by
means of interpretation panels at key built heritage resources along the canal, a visitor centre at
Gravesend or Higham and through leaflets, audio guides, guided walks and cycle rides. Interpretation
or exhibition of the canal to the public would require the organisation of existing research and the
identification of areas where further research is necessary. It should be noted that the interpretation of
the canal to visitors would only be successful if the present limitations upon visitation and use of the
canal were removed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.462)                                                                                  TQ62807250
AIP database ID: {A2828947-4BD1-4739-9D63-7F385590E40A}
Parish: NORTHFLEET                                                               Postal Code: DA118LB
NORTHFLEET SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, NORTHFLEET
Northfleet School for Girls, Northfleet, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L        Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 40pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


The desk-based assessment demonstrated that there was little recorded archaeology within the site,
with the exception of some non extant field boundaries from the post-medieval period. The site had
some potential to contain hitherto undetected archaeological deposits. The site had an uncertain but low
potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the early prehistoric periods. The site had an
uncertain but moderate to high potential was much recorded activity of this period to the south of the
site where more archaeological investigations had taken place. The site had an uncertain but low
potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the medieval periods. During these periods
the site lay outside of the urban extent of both Northfleet, and of the deserted medieval village at
Wenifalle. It was known to have been parkland during the later stages of the post-medieval period, and
was likely to have been either parkland or open fields during the earlier medieval periods.
Development plans included the demolition of some of the existing school buildings, and the
subsequent construction of new buildings to replace them. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.463)                                                                                  TQ62867301
AIP database ID: {8588273A-8113-4A29-9260-B61B6FCC4172}
                                                                                 Postal Code: DA118BQ
NORTHFLEET TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE FOR BOYS, NORTHFLEET
Northfleet Technology College For Boys, Northfleet, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 39pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that there was little recorded archaeology within the site,
with the exception of a denehole and some non-extant field boundaries from the post-medieval period.
The site had some potential to contain hitherto undetected archaeological deposits. It had an uncertain,
but low potential to include significant deposits from the early prehistoric periods, an uncertain but
moderate to high potential to include significant deposits of the later prehistoric and Roman periods.
There was much recorded activity of this period to the south of the site where more archaeological
investigations had taken place. The site had an uncertain but low potential to include significant
deposits of the medieval periods. During these periods the site lay outside of the urban extent of both
Northfleet, and of the deserted medieval village at Wenifalle. It was known to have been parkland
during the later stages of the post-medieval period, and was likely to have been either parkland or open
fields during the earlier medieval periods. Development plans included the demolition of the existing
school building, and the subsequent construction of a new building. The new building would lie to the
north of the existing building, in an area previously unaffected by prior construction, and as such had
good potential for in situ archaeological deposits. To the west of the proposed development was a dene
hole, the precise location of which was uncertain. If located within the development area, this would
have to be infilled or strengthened prior to construction. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD

OASIS ID :no


Sevenoaks

(B.29.464)                                                                                  TQ49705920
AIP database ID: {19449906-A8D1-43AA-8878-48CCCDBB7C6F}
Parish: Dunton Green                                                             Postal Code: TN147BR
FORT HALSTEAD
Fort Halstead, Kent. Heritage Assessment
Travers, I       London : Waterman CPM, 2009, 531pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Waterman CPM
Fort Halstead was constructed at the end of the 19th century as a "mobilisation centre" to support a ring
of defences around London against the perceived threat of French, or other, invasion. Following the
abandonment of this scheme and the sale of the site into private ownership, it was repurchased by the
government before the Second World War to provide a secure location for the testing of rockets. This
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


role grew and diversified during the war, and continued to do so to the point that the fort and an area of
c.100 hectares around it had become one of the government’s main defence research installations by
the end of the 20th century. Over 300 buildings had been constructed in and around the late 19th
century fort and, at its peak, several thousand people worked on the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009-562

OASIS ID :no


Shepway

(B.29.465)                                                                                  TR14973819
AIP database ID: {35431BF7-B1C4-4666-8B0E-5C4B4C2D69F5}
Parish: Postling                                                                  Postal Code: CT214ES
POSTLING TO TOLSFORD HILL
Postling to Tolsford Hill, Proposed EDF Cable Route, County of Kent. Archaeological desk-based
assessment
Featherby, R       London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2009, 45pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
There was an uncertain, possibly moderate, potential for prehistoric remains. The eastern half of the
proposed cable route lay close to and possibly crossed the projected line of an ancient trackway leading
to Tolsford Hill to the north-east where Bronze Age barrows had been identified. A sherd of Iron Age
pottery was recovered by chance c 90m to the north-east of the western end of the proposed cable
route, which might indicate occupation. To the south of the proposed route, archaeological
investigations along the Channel Tunnel Rail Link had revealed evidence of Iron Age settlement.
Current understanding of the nature and extent of early human activity along the proposed cable route
itself was limited as no archaeological investigations have been carried out in the vicinity in the past.
The geology and topography of the proposed cable route suggested that it was probably not an ideal
area for settlement or farming, in the prehistoric and later periods and was probably heavily wooded.
Due to the relatively poor quality of the soil it was likely that the area remained undeveloped
throughout the medieval and post-medieval periods. If the mole plough technique was employed then
the impact from the proposed cable route on archaeological remains would be where traditional cut and
cover excavation was used and those areas which are likely to suffer complete removal of deposits as
part of the concrete plinth construction, directional drilling and cable jointing process. These works
would completely remove or truncate any archaeological remains present. The mole plough cuts a slice
through any remaining features or deposits, but does not remove them. If a preliminary surface-strip
and cable trench technique is employed then the impact would arise from any topsoil stripping within a
working width along the cable trench, the excavation of the cable trench and the concrete foundations
for the substations. These works would completely remove or truncate any archaeological remains
present. In the light of the limited potential for the discovery of archaeological remains, it is
recommended that the proposed works be subject to Basic Observation and Recording. Basic
Observation and Recording consists of the presence of the attending archaeologist at pre-determined
times or at pre-determined locations. The attending archaeologist should brief the contractor on the
likely character of the archaeological remains and features at the commencement of the project. It is
considered that an archaeologist should be in attendance during all ground reduction actions, i.e.
concrete plinth construction, launch and retrieval pits for directional drilling, pits for cable/plinth
jointing, examination pits, during the removal of obstacles, and where the cable route crosses the
probable medieval field boundaries north and south of Woodside Farm, if the mole plough used,
otherwise at pre-determined times but including where the proposed cable route passes Woodside Farm
as mentioned above. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009-356

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.466)                                                                                  TR12324184
AIP database ID: {BA0D25D6-38F7-4CC4-9B7C-D41729B60D66}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Parish: Stowting                                                                Postal Code: TN256BD
MILL HOUSE, STOWTING
Mill House, Stowting, Kent. Archaeological Assessment
AOC Archaeology Group Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2008, 23pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
Based on the results of this assessment it was considered that the development site’s location and
proximity to the castle site and nearby church, as well as its association with a mill of potential
medieval origin, indicated a high potential for archaeological evidence to be present within the bounds
of the proposed development. Cartographic evidence suggested a low degree of past impact in the areas
of proposed development and any archaeological deposits present may have survived in good
condition. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Thanet

(B.29.467)                                                                                TR31866792
AIP database ID: {360D516F-EBD5-46DB-90B6-DD29DD60FD34}
Parish: Acol                                                                    Postal Code: CT7 0HD
LAND ADJACENT TO TWO CHIMNEYS CARAVAN PARK, SHOTTENDANE
ROAD, BIRCHINGTON
Land adjacent to Two Chimneys Caravan Park, Shottendane Road, Birchington. Archaeological
Desk-based Assessment
Boast, E J & Moody, G A Birchington : Trust for Thanet Archaeology, 2009, 44p, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Trust for Thanet Archaeology
Five separate heritage features were identified on the site, three were cropmarks and two had been
identified from historic maps. These sites appeared to range in date from the Bronze Age to the
medieval and post-medieval/industrial periods. Along the western limits of Shottendane Road was a
circular area cropmark that may have represented a geological feature, a ring ditch of Bronze Age date
or a bomb crater of WWII date. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/554

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.468)                                                                                TR31306930
AIP database ID: {A0CE80C0-4BD5-495C-ACC4-13237001559D}
Parish: Birchington                                                              Postal Code: CT7 9BL
KING ETHELBERT SCHOOL, BIRCHINGTON
King Ethelbert School, Birchington, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2009, 37pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the site had a high potential to contain the remains of
later prehistoric settlements. The site had some potential to contain hitherto undetected archaeological
deposits and an uncertain but low potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the early
prehistoric period. The site had an uncertain but high potential to include significant archaeological
deposits of the later prehistoric periods. Numerous cropmarks were visible within the site and there was
a large amount of known and proposed activity of these periods within the study area. The site had an
uncertain but high potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the Roman period. There
had been numerous discoveries of Roman artefacts within the study area, although none as yet from
within the site. The site lay outside of the urban extent of both Birchington and Westgate on Sea until
the late 20th century. The site had an uncertain but low to moderate potential to include significant
archaeological deposits of the medieval periods. Development plans included the demolition of some
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


of the existing school buildings, and the construction of new buildings, along with landscaping.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.469)                                                                                 TR29636930,
AIP database ID: {1E1A91EC-7558-45AF-92A2-7B8F816EA1EF}                                    TR29086723
Parish: Birchington, Monkton                                                      Postal Code: CT7 0LT,
                                                                                               CT7 9SG
THANET EARTH WASTWATER PUMPING MAIN TO BIRCHINGTON
Thanet Earth Wastwater Pumping Main to Birchington, Kent. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Masefield, R       London : RPS Consultants, 2009, 20pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: RPS Consultants
The site lay in an area with high archaeological potential which related to archaeological material from
the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman and medieval periods. The potential for these periods was
confirmed by an earlier 47ha investigation at the southern end of the pipeline. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.34.47)                                                                                    SP57606280
AIP database ID: {5EEA6596-D8C1-43C3-987E-64FF406775F5}
Parish: DAVENTRY                                                                  Postal Code: NN114FD
LAND AT EASTERN WAY, DAVENTRY
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land at Eastern Way, Daventry, Northamptonshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 40pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment found that there was a low potential for archaeological remains to be found on the site,
given the fact that part of the site had been developed before, along with the presence of a culvert in the
playing field area. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.470)                                                                                   TR38306790
AIP database ID: {26E33328-44FC-4B51-8570-2D9F20E0A5A2}
Parish: Broadstairs and St. Peters                                                Postal Code: CT102RL
CHARLES DICKENS SCHOOL, BROADSTAIRS
Charles Dickens School, Broadstairs, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Oxford Archaeology          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 42pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the Charles Dickens School site appeared to contain no
significant below ground features, only a series of non extant field boundaries. The site had the
potential to contain hitherto undetected archaeological deposits. It had an uncertain but low potential to
include significant archaeological deposits of the early prehistoric period. An uncertain but moderate
potential to include archaeological deposits of the later prehistoric and Roman periods. There was a
substantial amount of evidence for these periods within the study area. The site had an uncertain but
low potential to include archaeological deposits of the medieval periods. There was little evidence for
these periods and the site lay outside of the urban focus of St. Peters during this time. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :no



(B.29.471)                                                                                 TR37906780
AIP database ID: {5EAA5EA4-A313-49BB-89DE-3007E95EAE86}
                                                                                 Postal Code: CT102PL
DANE COURT GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BROADSTAIRS
Dane Court Grammar School Broadstairs, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 44pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the Dane Court Grammar School site may contain
evidence of a post-medieval to modern brickworks with associated structures. The site had the potential
to contain hitherto undetected archaeological deposits and an uncertain but low potential to include
significant archaeological deposits of the early
prehistoric period. An uncertain but moderate potential to include archaeological deposits of the later
prehistoric and Roman periods. Although there had been no finds of these periods within the site, there
was a substantial amount of evidence for these periods within the study area. The site had an uncertain
but low potential to include archaeological deposits of the medieval periods. There was little evidence
for these periods and the Site lay outside of the urban focus of St. Peters during this time. Development
plans included the demolition of a number of the school buildings, and the subsequent construction of
new buildings, which would cause impacts on any in situ archaeological remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.472)                                                                                 TR37406790
AIP database ID: {8D4DBF35-9A5D-4327-AE3D-50321153B817}
                                                                                 Postal Code: CT102LJ
ST. GEORGE’S CE FOUNDATION SCHOOL
St. George’s CE Foundation School Broadstairs, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L         Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 46pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the St. George’s CE Foundation School site may have
contained evidence of a post-medieval brickworks with associated structures at the southern extent, as
well as a number of additional post-medieval buildings at the eastern end. The site had the potential to
contain hitherto undetected archaeological deposits, comprising an uncertain but low potential to
include significant archaeological deposits of the early prehistoric period, and an uncertain but
moderate potential to include archaeological deposits of the later prehistoric and Roman periods.
Although there had been no finds of these periods within the site, there was a substantial amount of
evidence for these periods within the study area. The site had an uncertain but low potential to include
archaeological deposits of the medieval periods. There was little evidence for these periods within the
study area, and the site lay outside of the urban focus of St. Peters during this time. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.473)                                                                                 TR39806870
AIP database ID: {8477B30E-29CE-4BEA-A207-4360272E274F}
                                                                                 Postal Code: CT101EB
STONE BAY SCHOOL, BROADSTAIRS
Stone Bay School, Broadstairs, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L       Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2009, 26pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the school site appeared to contain no known significant
below ground features, although there had been numerous discoveries of the later prehistoric and
Roman period close to the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2010/198

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.474)                                                                                    TR37226528
AIP database ID: {E0518878-44A3-46BD-B3E1-42857B11A93E}
Parish: ST. LAWRENCE INTRA                                                         Postal Code: CT110QQ
LAND AT ELLINGTON GIRLS SCHOOL, ST. LAWRENCE, RAMSGATE
Desk Based Archaeological Assessment on Land at Ellington Girls School, St. Lawrence, Ramsgate,
Kent
Boast, E J         Faversham : Swale & Thames Survey Company, 2009, 65pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Swale & Thames Survey Company
The impacts estimated from a visual and documentary survey of the site were focussed around the
obvious effects of the construction of the Cherry Tree Public House (Cannon Inn), The Milk Depot and
The Ellington School and associated buildings and services. The assessment identified that the
Ellington School site was located within an area of medium to high archaeological potential. The site
was located close to the historic core of the village of St. Lawrence and a Medieval Chantry House was
recorded as existing adjacent to the site. Based on the distribution of remains in the landscape of the
study area as a whole it was expected that archaeological remains were present on the site. Generally
the remains could be of Roman, Anglo Saxon and medieval date although archaeology of other periods
may have been present. The assessment identified an area where there was no archaeological potential,
located in the basement part of the main school building. There were references in the documentary
sources to a World War I air raid shelter on the site but it was unclear whether the reference referred to
its location being on the present site of Ellington Infants and Juniors built in 1939 or the 1914 site of
Ellington Infants and juniors which would at the time have been in the grounds of Wilton Croft. If it
does exist on the site, the shelter is likely to have been a deep cut feature and would have removed any
earlier archaeological features. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.475)                                                                                    TR36406570
AIP database ID: {EC63530D-63A2-4151-9A65-B4E6B12A746A}
                                                                                   Postal Code: CT126HX
PORTAL HOUSE SCHOOL, RAMSGATE
Portal House School, Ramsgate, Kent. Desktop Assessment
Norman, L          Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2008, 42pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
The desk-based assessment demonstrated that the site may have contained the remains of a post-
medieval chalk pit. The site had some potential to contain hitherto undetected archaeological deposits,
an uncertain but low to moderate potential to include significant archaeological deposits of the early
prehistoric period, an uncertain but moderate to high potential for Bronze Age activity and an uncertain
but moderate potential for Iron Age activity. The site had an uncertain but moderate to high potential to
include archaeological deposits of the Roman and early medieval periods. There had been no identified
features of either period within the site, but there was a great deal of activity within the study area. The
site had an uncertain but low potential to contain significant archaeological features of the later
medieval and post-medieval periods, due to the site lying out side the urban extent of St. Lawrence and
being used as arable land during these periods. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment




Tonbridge and Malling

(B.29.476)                                                                                 TQ7461660920
AIP database ID: {41EC4A56-F7B1-4DE9-B66F-E88648B3AA1A}
Parish: Aylesford                                                                  Postal Code: ME207EZ
ANGLO-SAXON CEMETERY AT ECCLES
A bio-cultural analysis of the mid to late Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Eccles, Kent. Dissertation
submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the degree of masters by advanced study in
Human osteology and palaeopathology
Upex, B Bradford : University of Bradford, 2006, 188pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Bradford
Eccles was a mid to late Anglo-Saxon cemetery in Kent. The cemeteries of this period had been under-
researched for many years due to the belief that late Anglo-Saxon burial was egalitarian. However, it
was now apparent that social status and identity were still displayed in the burial rite during this period,
but in subtler forms than in the early periods of Anglo-Saxon burial. This research looked at the impact
of health and disease on the burial rite in this period, by carrying out a detailed pathological assessment
of the human remains from Eccles. The pathological information was related to the cemetery and
gravebased data to investigate links between health and the burial rite. No spatial or grave based links
were found with pathology although differences between the types of grave goods buried with males
and females were found. A comparison with other Anglo-Saxon populations indicated that in terms of
general health, the Eccles population were normal for an Anglo-Saxon population. However, there
were several rare pathologies at Eccles. Eccles was also unusual in the high levels of sharp force
trauma found at the site and this was suggested to be related to the development of the Kentish State in
the 7th and 8th centuries. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.477)                                                                                    TQ67706060
AIP database ID: {B401367E-02D0-4026-BC47-44911436366D}
Parish: Birling                                                                    Postal Code: ME195JF
BIRLING ESTATE, BIRLING
Birling Estate Birling Kent Historic Environment Assessment
Bannister, N       Ashford : Nicola R. Bannister, 2009, 33pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Nicola R. Bannister
The settlements that lie within and close to the Birling Estate Holdings and their adjacent fields have
their origins in the early medieval period and possibly earlier. However human exploitation of the
landscape at Birling goes back to the time of the Neolithic and thus there has been a continuity in
farming at Birling for probably over 5000 years. Farming has shaped the historic landscape character of
this part of the Medway Valley. In contrast up on the Downs, stock grazing and woodland exploitation
has shaped the landscape of the scarp top and dip-slope valleys. The archaeological evidence for this
continuity in landuse and exploitation takes a number of forms. [Au]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, PR

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.478)                                                                                    TQ60505680
AIP database ID: {3EB9C6E8-4F12-4BC1-A00E-54815D574A73}
Parish: Borough Green                                                             Postal Code: TN158RW
ISLES QUARRY, BOROUGH GREEN
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment for Isles Quarry, Borough Green, Kent
Holmes, M       Faversham : Swale & Thames Survey Company, 2009, 16pp, figs, tabs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: Swale & Thames Survey Company
The site was located within an area of moderate-high archaeological potential associated with the
prehistoric and Romano-British periods, in particular Palaeolithic material, an Early Iron Age
settlement and two Roman cremation cemeteries. This evidence was reviewed and it was recommended
that further archaeological assessment would be required and that a watching brief should be carried
out. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.479)                                                                                TQ62955005
AIP database ID: {E3047B90-30A9-40E9-BA69-FB1704DFA519}
Parish: Hadlow                                                                  Postal Code: TN110EP
LAND AT CARPENTERS LANE, HADLOW
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment, Land at Carpenters Lane, Hadlow, Kent
Gailey, S           London : CgMs, 2007, 29pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment concluded that the study site had a moderate to good potential for the Roman period in
the east of the site and a low potential for all other archaeological periods. No development took place
at the site until the early 20th century. The cutting of footings and service trenches will have had a
severe but localised impact on underlying deposits whilst landscaping will have had a more moderate
but widespread impact. The proposed development could potentially have a severe but localised impact
on underlying deposits, in areas outside the existing building footprints, through the cutting of new
footings and services. Landscaping will have a more moderate and widespread impact. Due to the
moderate to good archaeological potential at the study site it was therefore considered likely that
further mitigation would be required. In the form of an archaeological monitoring exercise on the
topsoil strip for the new building footprints and access. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.34.48)                                                                                  SP74907680
AIP database ID: {6390AFA8-A450-4983-B6C9-B57311E5DC95}
Parish: Maidwell                                                                 Postal Code: NN6 9JG
LAND AT MAIDWELL HALL SCHOOL, MAIDWELL
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land at Maidwell Hall School, Maidwell,
Northamptonshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 43pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site was found to lay within the historic medieval core of the village. There were several sites of
archaeological interest within the vicinity, relating to the prehistoric, Roman and Anglo-Saxon
settlement of the area. The site itself contained areas of relatively undisturbed ground, and any
archaeological remains that may have survived here were likely to have a good state of preservation.
Overall, there was thought to be a low to moderate potential for the discovery of archaeological
remains from the above periods on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.480)                                                                                TQ58505350
AIP database ID: {B4B91692-DB93-4F70-8569-B54359A591C8}
Parish: Ightham                                                                 Postal Code: TN150NT
IGHTHAM MOTE IVY HATCH
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Ightham Mote, Ivy Hatch, Kent. Archaeological Assessment of the Garden
Rumley, P           Swindon : National Trust, 2007, 223pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Peter T J Rumley
A non-intrusive interpretive archaeological and historical assessment of the garden, Ightham Mote
Kent, was undertaken in order to inform the conservation strategy of the property and future
development proposals. The moated courtyard manor house, cottages and garden formed a bequest
from Mr Charles Henry Robinson in 1985 with an endowment from the Colyer- Fergusson Charitable
Trust and the structures had since undergone extensive conservation. The National Trust had
previously acquired the farm and greater estate in 1977. The property comprised 208.42 hectares (516
acres) of land lying in a small south-facing valley 3 miles south of Ightham village. The scheduled site
included an exceptionally well preserved medieval moated manor house, c1320 (Listed Grade I), with
an outer courtyard of buildings on the west side all set in a multi-phased landscape. This localised
landscape contains a series of water features that have at some period been “designed” and managed to
make use of the valley topography. To this is added the identification of remnant stretches of linear
earthworks in the wider landscape surrounding the manor house, which may relate to medieval
imparkment Ightham Mote’s later post-medieval designed landscape evolution, whilst of particular
interest to the historic development of the property, does not, perhaps, hold such an important position
in the history of ornamental landscaping and gardening as the early medieval civil engineering to create
both a source of food production and a contrived symbolic watery pleasure garden set against a
topographical backdrop of a likely park pale and related medieval iconography. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.481)                                                                                  TQ65065339
AIP database ID: {11A83285-1C2F-41F3-AB9B-1E00523324A8}
Parish: Mereworth                                                                Postal Code: ME185JQ
YOTES COURT, MEREWORTH
Yotes Court, Mereworth, Kent. Historic Landscape and Archaeological, Desk-Based Assessment
Barber, K          Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
There was limited evidence for human activity within or around the site before the late medieval period
and the creation of Yote Court. The existing 17th century Grade I building and associated gardens were
the principal historic environment resource. During the site inspection a number of earthworks relating
to the historic landscape were identified and have been assessed in terms of impact from the proposed
scheme. The proposed groundworks will retain the historical framework of the garden and the principal
historic features such as terraces, exedra and well shall remain. The survival of these visible historical
features will be reinforced by their inclusion within the proposed landscaping plans. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2010-22

OASIS ID :no



(B.29.482)                                                                                  TQ68506210
AIP database ID: {ADCB2866-4D46-4AE0-A5D2-945AA1D89522}
Parish: Snodland                                                                 Postal Code: ME6 5DR
PADDLESWORTH FARM, SNODLAND
Paddlesworth Farm, Snodland Kent. Historic Environment Assessment
Bannister, N       Ashford : Nicola R. Bannister, 2008, 39pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Nicola R. Bannister
A short desk-based assessment of key archive sources combined by a rapid assessment in the field of
the farm holding provided a significant number of additional heritage features over and above those
already recorded on the Kent Historic Environment Record was carried out. These features ranged from
the prehistoric period to the modern, from crop marks to extant earthworks. They were evidence of
how this part of the Medway Valley was farmed and settled from earliest times. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :no



(B.29.483)                                                                                TQ58926012,
AIP database ID: {E6DC85C2-51B2-4416-9A82-746CD9172D11}                                    TQ61336201
Parish: Stansted, Wrotham                                                        Postal Code: TN157EE,
                                                                                              TN157PG
STANSTED RESERVOIR IN STANSTED PARISH AND THE EXEDOWN
RESERVOIR IN WROTHAM PARISH
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment and Walkover Survey Along the Proposed Route of a
Mains Water Scheme between Stansted Reservoir in Stansted Parish and the Exedown Reservoir in
Wrotham Parish, Kent
Barrett, N         Dover : Kent Archaeological Projects, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Kent Archaeological Projects
The potential for finding prehistoric remains within the search area was high for Roman remains and
low to moderate for Saxon remains, and for medieval and post-medieval remains was moderate. For
most periods, these remains were likely to be chance finds, settlement and field boundaries and tracks.
The potential for locating early prehistoric remains along the proposed route itself was high. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.29.484)                                                                                  TQ58655876
AIP database ID: {8DD8EECE-BB5C-4F4F-9B8B-DE8284703D25}
Parish: Wrotham                                                                  Postal Code: TN156NN
YALDHAM MANOR, WROTHAM
Yaldham Manor, Wrotham, Kent. A Desk Assessment of the Archaeological Potential of
Yaldham Manor, Wrotham, Kent
Sparey-Green, C Canterbury : Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 2009, 59pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Canterbury Archaeological Trust
A desk assessment of the archaeological potential of Yaldham Manor house and farm was carried out ,
following on from a previous architectural study of the standing buildings. From a walkover survey and
examination of the most relevant sources there may be buried remains of significant prehistoric
megalithic structures employing stones from a scatter of sarsens, now mostly dispersed but
incorporated in the later structures. The principal recorded feature was the medieval manor house with
service buildings and recent farm buildings which may mask significant remains of their medieval
predecessors. There is a possibility that these early structures lie within the outline of a moat, visible
today only by the boundary of the 19th century farmyard. The extensive recent gardens may originate
as a medieval deer park. It was suggested that redevelopment of the existing farm buildings may impact
on significant below-ground archaeological remains. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no


Tunbridge Wells

(B.29.485)                                                                                  TQ59304080
AIP database ID: {589A4741-EF6C-411B-8B37-38D98F21CFAF}
Parish: TUNBRIDGE WELLS                                                           Postal Code: TN2 3ST
HILBERT WOODS LNR TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Hilbert Woods Lnr, Tunbridge Wells Kent. Historic Environment Assessment
Bannister, N    Ashford : Dr Nicola R. Bannister, 2008, 116pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: Nicola R. Bannister
This Archaeological Assessment was undertaken as part of the review of the conservation management
plan for the Hilbert Woods Local Nature Reserve. The assessment did not include any excavations or
below ground investigations. However, from the desk-based assessment and the field visit it was
possible to identify areas which had potential for below ground archaeology and also those areas where
the soil profiles had remained undisturbed. Firstly, the area around the oast house may retain below
ground features relating to the settlement of the farm. Secondly, the two ancient woodland sites where
the soil profiles had not been disturbed i.e. fertilised and cultivated. However, it should be remembered
that part of Folly Shaw was used as a land fill site by the Borough Council, and there was evidence that
part of the valley slopes of the gill in Roundabout Wood appeared to have been re-landscaped
especially on the north side as part of the development of the housing estates. Thirdly, the small areas
of semi-improved grassland in between the games pitches and the two woods. Here cultivation and
fertilisation has probably taken place but the areas have not undergone the intense earth moving to
create the levelled surfaces. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                       Medway Towns
Medway UA

(B.64.486)                                                                                 TQ75786810
AIP database ID: {9ACC3DE2-2C4B-4AFE-BC7E-5C60685C2EC7}
Parish: CHATHAM                                                                  Postal Code: ME4 4SY
DYNAMIC BUS FACILITY, CHATHAM, MEDWAY
Dynamic Bus Facility, Chatham, Medway, Kent. Archaeological Impact Assessment
Barber, K         London : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
Identified archaeology within the site boundary comprised potential palaeoenvironmental deposits
associated with the River Medway, evidence of the medieval land wall and mill ponds and potential
features and deposits associated with the early defence of Chatham, Military Lane, Globe Lane and
18th-20th century buildings. With the exception of the 18th and 19th century buildings, the
archaeological resource was allocated a value varying from medium to high with a potential area of
national importance. Buildings of 18th and 19th century date within the site boundary were allocated a
low value. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009-401

OASIS ID :no



(B.64.487)                                                                                 TQ76416622
AIP database ID: {FC4C472A-1B23-4528-A153-B8FB94670C11}
                                                                                 Postal Code: ME4 5JB
MEDWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CHATHAM
Medway Community College, Chatham, Kent. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Carter , N & Brown, C      Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 51pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed development site did not contain or lay adjacent to any Conservation Areas, Statutory
Listed Buildings, Registered Parks and Gardens, Registered Battlefields or World Heritage Sites. The
Scheduled Monument of Fort Luton was located adjacent the site to the south/south-east. There were
no areas or sites of archaeological priority/importance within the site boundary or in close proximity.
Based upon the available evidence, within the proposed development site there was considered to be a
medium potential for evidence of significant below ground archaeological activity dating from the
prehistoric to Roman periods, considered likely to be of between local to regional importance, a low
potential for early medieval, medieval and early post-medieval remains, a low to medium potential for
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


archaeological evidence of possible tunnels associated with the late post-medieval Fort Luton,
considered likely to be of regional significance, and a high potential for evidence of Second World War
military buildings to survive as earthworks and below ground archaeological remains in the south-west
area of the site (adjacent to Fort Luton), considered likely to be of local importance. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.64.488)                                                                               TQ79306840
AIP database ID: {59113D9C-8985-4876-8313-D8A1689B4D8A}
Parish: GILLINGHAM                                                             Postal Code: ME7 2UD
GRACE MANOR, GILLINGHAM
Grace Manor, Gillingham, Kent. Archaeological Assessment
AC        Shrewsbury : The Environmental Dimension Partnership, 2009, 38pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: The Environmental Dimension Partnership
The site contained two Listed Buildings. Although no features had been identified on the site by five
previous phases of field investigation, it was clear that Grace Manor was located in an area of high
potential for the discovery of prehistoric and early medieval archaeological remains. It was clear that
the chapel, and to a lesser extent, the refectory were in poor condition and were likely to deteriorate
further. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009/601

OASIS ID :no



(B.64.489)                                                                               TQ76806790
AIP database ID: {92AFD966-21FE-4C79-8676-C4A9B331DEE4}
                                                                               Postal Code: ME7 5HT
NEW BROMPTON COLLEGE, GILLINGHAM
New Brompton College, Gillingham, Kent. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Carter , N & Brown, C       Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 60pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The assessment identified two Scheduled Monuments within the 1km study area, comprising the
Brompton Line Defence System, including Fort Amherst, and Brook Low Level Pumping Station. Ten
Statutory Listed Buildings were identified within the 1km study radius, including the Grade II Listed
War Memorial and Grade II Listed Medway Hospital Laundry Tower, both of which were clearly
visible from within the site boundary. Based upon the available evidence, there was considered to be a
low potential for significant below ground archaeological remains dating to the prehistoric period, a
medium potential for significant below ground archaeological remains dating to the Roman and early
medieval periods, a low to medium potential for significant archaeological activity dating to the
medieval period and for significant post-medieval activity, including possible tunnels, and a medium to
high potential for archaeological evidence of modern activity within the southern area of the site. The
aerial photographic evidence identified a rectangular feature which could be evidence of a Roman
building located to the north-west of the development site and may partially fall within the site
boundary. If of Roman provenance, this would suggest a medium to high potential for significant
below ground archaeological remains dating to the Roman period within the northern section of the
proposed development site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.34.49)                                                                                 SP79206650
AIP database ID: {0C33641D-B12A-4C81-ABBC-E82633566B00}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Parish: Moulton                                                                  Postal Code: NN3 1JB
LAND AT SANDY HILL LANE, MOULTON
Land at Sandy Hill Lane, Moulton, Northamptonshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blackwell, R       Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
Prehistoric activity in the vicinity appeared to have been concentrated in the northern and western parts
of the study area, where cropmark complexes of probable prehistoric date had been recorded on the
south-east facing slopes of a slight valley. These may have been related to local geological formations.
Little potential for previously unrecorded remains was found. No buildings of cultural heritage value
were identified within the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.64.490)                                                                                 TQ70556312
AIP database ID: {73CB10E2-166F-48C2-ABCA-23C28345D193}
Parish: Halling                                                                  Postal Code: ME6 5PL
PETER’S VILLAGE & MEDWAY CROSSING, HALLING/WOULDHAM
Peter’s Village & Medway Crossing, Halling/Wouldham, Kent. An Industrial Archaeology
Assessment
de los Angeles, M & Agudo, U         London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2007, 23pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
The remains of standing buildings and structures on the site of Peter’s Cement Works, beside the River
Medway in Wouldham, west Kent, and in Halling and Holborough on the opposite bank of the river,
were assessed in 2007. Little evidence survived for the construction, use and development of the
cement works and associated installations. The surviving remains were judged to be of relatively minor
architectural and historic significance, sufficient to justify the retention of selected elements of them
and, in any case, archaeological investigation and recording of them before their possible destruction.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.64.491)                                                                                 TQ75647345
AIP database ID: {4FE0E9B5-9910-4DC0-B965-76FAC5BE1CD7}
Parish: Hoo St. Werburgh                                                         Postal Code: ME3 8EA
CHATTENDEN BARRACKS AND LODGE HILL, MEDWAY
Built Heritage Baseline Assessment In Respect of Chattenden Barracks and Lodge Hill, Medway,
Kent
Lowe, J London : CgMs, 2009, 105pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The Chattenden and Lodge Hill site comprised a landscape that had been shaped and defined by over
130 years of military activity. There were 232 identifiable heritage assets that included buildings,
structures and features that represented 7 key periods of development and use. None of the five
identified core areas remained intact, complete or in a particularly good condition. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2010/207
Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.64.492)                                                                                 TQ81347431
AIP database ID: {9E03C752-D3CA-495D-846A-6DCAD6C48E6C}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


                                                                                 Postal Code: ME3 9NR
KINGSNORTH: ISLE OF GRAIN, MEDWAY
Kingsnorth, Isle of Grain, Medway, Kent. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Featherby, R       London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2008, 48pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
The Site did not contain any nationally designated sites, such as Scheduled Monuments, Listed
Buildings or Registered Parks and Gardens. It did not lay within a Conservation Area or
Archaeological Priority Area as defined by local authority. The higher ground in the northern and
western parts of the site would have been suitable for settlement throughout all periods, whilst the low-
lying marshes across the remainder of the site were likely to have been exploited for a broad range of
resources. Timber trackways and hulked boats are possible, whilst the preservation of any organic
remains (e.g. timber) was likely to be excellent due to waterlogged conditions. The site had a high
potential for remains dating to the prehistoric period based on the discovery of Neolithic ditches and
Bronze Age to Iron Age pottery and flints in the northern part of the site. A high potential for the
Roman period. The Hoo peninsula is known to have been a centre for pottery production and evidence
for this has been found both within and adjacent to the site. A moderate potential for medieval remains
in the form of sea walls and an extensive network of drainage channels constructed as part of
marshland reclamation. The potential for post-medieval remains was low. Agricultural ditches might
survive, along with footings of a mid 20th century oil refinery in the south-western part of the site.
Survival of archaeological remains was anticipated to be generally good across the site, although such
remains were buried beneath substantial dumps of modern made ground, including pulverised fuel
ash.In order to clarify the likely impact of the development, it was proposed that a programme of
archaeological investigation in the form of trial evaluation trenches and geoarchaeological boreholes be
undertaken. Geoarchaeological boreholes were proposed to assess the deeper and earlier deposits on
the alluvial floodplain. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.64.493)                                                                                 TQ75647345
AIP database ID: {A7320FCC-2AB0-49B2-9F8A-87C767BB01FB}
                                                                                 Postal Code: ME3 8EA
LAND AT LODGE HILL, CHATTENDEN, MEDWAY
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment to AD 1870. Land at Lodge Hill, Chattenden, Medway, Kent
Hawkins, D       London : CgMs, 2009, 60pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The study site was thought to have a low archaeological potential for the early prehistoric periods due
to geological and topographical conditions, and a good but localised potential for the late prehistoric
periods to post-medieval periods. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2010/206

OASIS ID :no



(B.64.494)                                                                                 TQ81506350
AIP database ID: {F53835E4-553F-416F-A481-8080A8E87EF0}
Parish: RAINHAM                                                                  Postal Code: ME8 8SL
MEDWAY DISTRICT
The Defence of Kent Project-Discovering and Recording Kent’s 20th Century Military and Civil
Defences, Medway District. The Findings
Gibson, M, Gulvin, E, Gulvin, K & Hoad, G : Medway Military Research Group, 2008, 51pp, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Medway Military Research Group
This survey was part of a process to create an inventory of all categories of 20th century sites, whether
military or civil defence, extant or disappeared for informing conservation and management of the
resource and, at an academic and educational level, for a full and adequate understanding of the
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


chronology, pattern, typological variety and evolution of 20th century defence structures as well as the
systems of which they were a part. [Au]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.64.495)                                                                                TQ74806480
AIP database ID: {D3D7C62B-E93C-4925-B970-6200FB2B752B}
Parish: ROCHESTER ST. MARGARET INTRA                                            Postal Code: ME5 9UQ
MID KENT COLLEGE HORSTED CENTRE MAIDSTONE ROAD CHATHAM
Archaeological Desk- based Assessment mid Kent College Horsted Centre Maidstone Road Chatham
Kent
Meager, R          London : CgMs, 2009, 58pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The site of the Mid Kent College was reviewed for its archaeological potential. The site was shown to
have potential for the Roman and medieval periods. Past post-depositional impacts within the study site
were considered to have been extremely severe as a result of the existing development. Redevelopment
proposals were considered unlikely to have a significant or widespread archaeological impact. While
further mitigation measures were likely to be required in advance of any development, it was suggested
that these could follow planning consent secured by an archaeological planning condition. Measures
were also implemented to ensure that Fort Horsted, a designated Scheduled Ancient Monument
immediately northeast of the College site, would not be affected by the proposed development.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.64.496)                                                                                TQ71606590
AIP database ID: {ABEE610E-65B9-4788-B374-4806EC7CC037}
                                                                                Postal Code: ME1 3TP
RINGSHILL FARM, WOULDHAM
Ringshill Farm, Wouldham, Kent. Historic Environment Assessment
Bannister, N      Ashford : Dr Nicola R. Bannister, 2008, 23pp, figs, tabas, refs
Work undertaken by: Nicola R. Bannister
This document set out the method and findings of a historic environment landscape survey of one of
four farm holdings in the Medway Valley, Kent, identified by the Valley of Visions Partnership. The
heritage assessment identified historic environment assets within the landscape in order to provide the
heritage data for a Farm Environment Plan [FEP] (Higher Level Scheme [HLS] Environmental
Stewardship, Natural England). The information provided guidance on the heritage options within an
HLS, and on sympathetic short term and long term management, and on options for enhancement. A
short desk-based assessment of key archive sources combined by a rapid field assessment of the farm
provided a significant number of additional heritage features over and above those already recorded on
the Kent Historic Environment Record. These features ranged from the prehistoric period to the
modern, from crop marks to extant earthworks. They were evidence of how this part of the Medway
Valley was farmed and settled from earliest times. Generally the condition of all the features appeared
to be good at the time of the site visit. Obviously those features which were under arable cultivation
would continue to slowly deteriorate over time. However, it was difficult to make an assessment of the
below ground archaeology and stratigraphy, from an initial walk over. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.64.497)                                                                                TQ71626926
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {437AFB5A-B6DE-4259-9873-C49D8401C60B}
Parish: STROOD EXTRA                                                             Postal Code: ME2 2SX
STROOD ACADEMY, STROOD
Strood Academy, Strood, Kent. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter , N & Brown, C       Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
An assessment of the baseline evidence demonstrated that the proposed development site did not
contain or lay adjacent to any Scheduled Monuments, Conservation Areas, Statutory Listed Buildings,
Registered Parks and Gardens, Registered Battlefields or World Heritage Sites. A low to medium
potential for evidence of significant below ground archaeological activity dating from the prehistoric to
Roman periods and a low potential for evidence of significant below ground archaeological activity
dating from all other periods. Evidence of this nature, if present, was considered likely to have been
between negligible and of local to regional importance, at most. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.64.498)                                                                                 TQ73506870
AIP database ID: {A75A87DC-12C2-4F8B-83C0-E1A134ED461F}
Parish: STROOD INTRA                                                            Postal Code: ME2 2AG
STROOD RIVERSIDE WALKWAY, MEDWAY
Strood Riverside Walkway, Medway, Kent. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N         Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, Carter, N
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The walkway site was not located within a designated Conservation Area or identified area of
archaeological importance and the assessment identified no areas of Ancient Woodland, Registered
Park and Gardens, Registered Battlefields, Protected Wreck Sites or World Heritage Sites within the
250m study area. The Scheduled Monument, and Grade I Listed, Temple Manor was situated c.55m to
the south-west of the walkway site. Cartographic sources suggested the area of the site was formerly
marshland prior to development in the late 19th and 20th centuries. Aerial photographic evidence
showed the site had undergone a significant degree of land build up, and parts of the walkway route lay
on wholly 20th century man made ground. Geotechnical investigations had not been conducted and the
full nature and extent of the made ground across the site was unknown. Based on the available
archaeological evidence, there was considered to be a high potential for archaeoenvironmental deposits
dating from the prehistoric to post medieval periods, low potential for significant below ground
archaeological evidence. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                        Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes UA

(B.66.499)                                                                                  SP90504580
AIP database ID: {318B5DDD-47A5-49E1-AA9B-A6EFD9CDC059}
Parish: Chicheley                                                                Postal Code: MK169JJ
CHICHELEY HALL, NEWPORT PAGNELL
Kavli Roayal Society International Centre for the Advancement of Science, Chicheley Hall, Newport
Pagnell District of Milton Keynes. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blatherwick, S Basingstoke : RPS Consultants, 2009, 30pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: RPS Consultants
Chichley Hall was constructed in the early 18th century on the site of a 16th century mansion, which
itself was likely to have had a medieval predecessor. The fields surrounding the hall contained
earthworks which were likely to have related to a former medieval village. There were three other
possible medieval manor houses in the area. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



Archaeological periods represented: PM, MD

OASIS ID :no


Bolsover

(B.17.5)                                                                                  SK51646499
AIP database ID: {D02E01C6-3C9E-4106-BD9C-9F3097821CB1}
Parish: Pleasley                                                                Postal Code: NG198RL
VALE HOUSE, OUTGANG LANE, PLEASELEY
Prpoposed Redevelopment of Vale House, Outgang Lane, Pleaseley, Derbyshire. Archaeological
Desk-based Assessment
Tann, G Saxilby : Pre-Construct Archaeology (Lincoln), 2009, 55pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology (Lincoln)
The proposed redevelopment would likely entail the demolition of the structure which may date from
as early as the 1790s with subsequent rebuilding in the 1840s and 1860-61. The rock faces forming the
perimeter of the Vale House site had been altered or created by quarrying and revealed various fissure
caves and fissures which may have represented part of once large features removed or covered by the
quarrying. It was though the current condition of the building was detrimental to the setting of other
Listed Cotton Mills and the two lodge houses and Conservation Area. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 1266
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.34.50)                                                                                  SP63805760
AIP database ID: {273CBE81-F6A6-42EA-A676-A9A0D75FDE66}
Parish: Stowe IX Churches                                                       Postal Code: NN7 4SG
WYNDHAM HOUSE, CHURCH STOWE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Wyndham House, Church Stowe, Northamptonshire
Walker, C         Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 34pp, colour psl, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
A desk-based assessment was undertaken of Wyndham House. Although little archaeological work had
been undertaken within the village, there was a carved stone in the churchyard, originally part of a
Roman arch, possibly suggesting Roman activity in the vicinity. Also present in the churchyard are a
number of 9th and 10th century Saxon carved stones, which may be related to a possible shrine here.
The church itself was built in the mid-10th century. Attendant Saxon settlement may have extended
into the gardens of Wyndham House. There are a number of medieval earthworks situated around the
church, largely the remains of the early manorial site, including a possible motte mound, enclosure
earthworks and a fishpond. Wyndham House was formerly the rectory and was built in the early 18th
century to replace the old rectory, now known as the Dower House (which is situated to the south).
Maps of the house show that it retained its basic plan form until at least 1773, but by 1839 the central
part of the original L-shape had been infilled by an extension and the south-facing bay window had
been inserted. Pencil sketches drawn by George Clarke at some point in the mid-19th century show the
house much as it is presently, with the 2-storey bay windows and the stone gabled porch. However, a
conservatory and flat-roofed dormer windows present to each of the side of the house are no longer
there. The western end of the northern range appeared to have been demolished sometime after the
mid-20th century. While the brick-domed top of the structure in the garden looked like an ice-house,
unusually there does not appear to be any reference to the ice-house or well in any of the documents or
maps. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




(B.66.500)                                                                                SP89903980
AIP database ID: {8213A861-9905-40AE-A17A-F2BA86C359D7}
Parish: Milton Keynes                                                         Postal Code: MK160HF
TOLLGATE COTTAGE, BROUGHTON
Tollgate Cottage, Broughton, Milton Keynes
Bourn, R          London : CgMs, 2009, 23pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The various archaeological evaluations and excavations that have been undertaken in connection with
the Brooklands and the Broughton Manor Farm revealed that the study site was within what appeared
to have been a densely occupied landscape. The site was in an area that had potential for Bronze Age,
Iron Age, Roman, Saxon and medieval remains. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.66.501)                                                                                SP78784031
AIP database ID: {E36E105B-9BAC-41B2-9A01-BF9BEB1C03AF}
Parish: Stony Stratford                                                       Postal Code: MK111HS
COFFERIDGE CLOSE, STONY STRATFORD
Cofferidge Close, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Pugh, G & Heard, H        London : CgMs, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
An assessment identified a potential for limited Roman activity associated with the Roman road of
Watling Street and back yard activity, small scale industrial and agricultural activity of medieval and
post-medieval date associated with nearby street frontage properties. From cartographic and
documentray evidence, structural remains of post-medieval and modern date were likely to have been
limited to known former buildings and were mainly conentrated to the rear of the high street. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                           MULTI-COUNTY RECORD
New Forest

(B.50.502)                                                                                SZ33609480
AIP database ID: {A1D907B7-5871-484B-BD20-B9B910F1A43C}
Parish: Lymington and Pennington                                               Postal Code: SO4 9XY
NEW FOREST COASTAL ZONE
New Forest Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Phase I. Desk-based Assessment
Main Report
Callan, N & Cooper, V      Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2010, 63pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
Data was presented as an overview of past coastal change; a chronological overview of the coastal
historic environment; and offshore archaeology. The latter category was split into submerged
prehistoric landscapes, and wrecks and aircraft crash sites. Sites were assessed in terms of their
vulnerability and suggestions for Phase 2 survey were presented. [Au]


OASIS ID :no


Rother
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                    Desk-based Assessment



(B.50.503)                                                                               TQ74501650
AIP database ID: {E916C990-0D24-4195-AF05-991FDC9D1FD2}
Parish: Battle                                                                Postal Code: TN330LN
BATTLE
Battle. Historic Character Assessment Report, October 2009
Harris, R B       Chichester : Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (EUS), 2009, 67pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (EUS)
The Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (Sussex EUS) was a study of 41 towns undertaken between 2004
and 2009. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.50.504)                                                                               TQ91502050
AIP database ID: {6797D484-3A47-48F5-B7C1-52CE2C7027BF}
Parish: Rye                                                                   Postal Code: TN317BD
RYE
Rye. Historic Character Assessment Report, September 2009
Harris, R B      Chichester : Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (EUS), 2009, 77pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (EUS)
The Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (Sussex EUS) was a study of 41 towns undertaken between 2004
and 2009. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.50.505)                                                                               TQ73502350
AIP database ID: {3123C7A2-68DD-40C9-9A2F-B36CD632EFEF}
Parish: Salehurst and Robertsbridge                                           Postal Code: TN325DG
ROBERTSBRIDGE
Robertsbridge. Historic Character Assessment Report, July 2009
Harris, R B      Chichester : Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (EUS), 2009, 50pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (EUS)
The Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (Sussex EUS) was a study of 41 towns undertaken between 2004
and 2009. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                         Oxfordshire
Oxford

(B.38.506)                                                                               SP54500830
AIP database ID: {80833D5E-EFFD-4289-80E5-BC69E157BE70}
Parish: HEADINGTON                                                             Postal Code: OX3 9QF
LAND AT BARTON
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of Land at Barton, Oxford
Gilbert, D      Beckley : John Moore Heritage Services, 2009, 26pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: John Moore Heritage Services
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


The research demonstrated that while very few known archaeological sites were within 500m of the
development site; this was more likely due to the limited development and study work conducted in the
area rather than an absolute lack of archaeological remains. In general the potential for prehistoric
remains in the area was low, with two caveats the Neolithic and the Iron Age, which were considered
to have a higher potential. It was considered that there was a low to moderate potential for Roman
remains to be present within the site boundary. Given the proximity of a known Saxon burial the
potential for remains of this period was considered high, however any such remains were likely to be
confined to the east side of the site. There was a high potential for medieval and post-medieval
agricultural features. Geophysical survey of the area was recommended as an initial stage, followed by
a programme of targeted sample trenching. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :johnmoor1-80324



(B.38.507)                                                                                  SP53300855
AIP database ID: {B4F04AC9-068F-477C-B464-60C85B556B1A}
Parish: Old Marston                                                              Postal Code: OX3 9RH
OXFORD CITY FOOTBALL GROUND
Oxford City Football Ground, Court Place Farm, Marston, Oxford. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Hopkins, H       Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
No archaeological sites or find spots were documented within the proposed development area.
However, the presence of post-medieval made ground may have been significant in that it could have
preserved more archaeologically relevant material below, or that it may have been of such a depth that
any archaeological remains may not be impacted by the proposed development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.38.508)                                                                                  SP50800635
AIP database ID: {AD9613A8-446D-49D7-9500-BB9D0E6B5F1A}
Parish: ST.THOMAS                                                                 Postal Code: OX1 2EP
46 HYTHE BRIDGE STREET
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment 46 Hythe Bridge Street, Oxford
Hammond, S          Beckley : John Moore Heritage Services, 2009, 41pp, colur pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: John Moore Heritage Services
Buried remains are possible on the site. However, the remains were likely to just consisted of surfaces
associated with the use of the area as a wharf for loading and unloading of river-transported materials
in the medieval and post-medieval periods. It was unlikely that any structures would be present It was
difficult to assert unequivocally how deep any archaeology might be as no archaeological excavation
work has been carried out on Upper Fisher Row to any real depth. It was also unclear as to how much
the land was raised to create the Bank initially. The site in this respect represented a special case. The
depth and design of any footings associated with the current building plot on the site was not known,
but these were likely to be substantial for the main building because of the site’s location next to the
streams and its height. The cellar was likely to have impacted against some of the archaeological
remains but as it is known to be only a half cellar it was possible, although unlikely, that earlier
deposits could have survived below this impact level depending on the depth of the natural in this area.
Also, No. 46 had been subject to various modifications as too had the dog legged building behind. This
would have had a detrimental effect on any potential archaeology. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :johnmoor1-80855
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


South Oxfordshire

(B.38.509)                                                                                 SU59108840
AIP database ID: {77351389-4090-42F9-ACC8-452A16A480BE}
Parish: Cholsey                                                                 Postal Code: OX109RE
LAND AT WINTERBROOK, WALLINGFORD
Land at Winterbrook, Wallingford, Oxfordshire. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Preston, S         Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 28pp, pls, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site was found to lay in an area of generally high archaeological potential. Previous work across
parts of the site, most notably aerial photography, indicated the potential for features almost certainly
of prehistoric date to be present. The evidence up to this point did not suggest features of national
importance, but more likely local or regionally significant remains probably reasonably typical of other
locations within the Thames Valley. Further work was recommended. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PR

OASIS ID :thamesva1-91958


East Northamptonshire

(B.34.51)                                                                                  TL04068812
AIP database ID: {62A1AFD4-6A0B-43B8-A714-2E22E8C41472}
Parish: Oundle                                                                    Postal Code: PE8 4EA
THE TALBOT HOTEL, OUNDLE
The Talbot Hotel, Oundle, Northamptonshire. Desk-Based Assessment
Fletcher, T       Bar Hill : Oxford Archaeology East, 2009, 66pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology East
The assessment found that the Grade I Listed Talbot Hotel lay within the core of the historic town. It
was widely believed that the hotel was redeveloped in 1624, with a building occupying the site before
this. This assessment was unable to confirm this, however. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Vale of White Horse

(B.38.510)                                                                                 SU28609390
AIP database ID: {9E149311-167B-4191-BA6B-1EACF274D881}
Parish: Little Coxwell                                                           Postal Code: SN7 7LR
THE WICKLESHAM QUARRY EXTENSION, SANDILLS, FARINGDON
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for the Wicklesham Quarry Extension, Sandills,
Faringdon, Oxfordshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 43pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site lay within an area of farmland divided by a parish boundary, defined by a hedgerow. There
was though to be moderate to high potential for Iron Age and Roman remains, and moderate potential
for earlier periods. There was low potential for medieval and post-medieval periods. The hedgerow
may have been considered and Ancient Hedgerow following the 1997 Hedgerows Act. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




(B.38.511)                                                                                SU24509050
AIP database ID: {D1875EA2-D5AB-4892-AA03-3C31A306E2BC}
Parish: Watchfield                                                               Postal Code: SN6 8TL
LAND OFF MAJORS ROAD, WATCHFIELD
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of land off Majors Road Watchfield, Oxfordshire
July 2009
Walker, C         Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
A desk-based assessment was undertaken of land off Majors Road. There were no nationally
designated monuments within the site (Listed Building, Scheduled Ancient Monument, Registered
Battlefield or Historic Park or Garden). However, the Scheduled Ancient Monument of Watchfield
Anglo-Saxon cemetery lay c100m to the north-east of the site. A number of archaeological excavations
around the site had shown that it lay within an area of high archaeological importance, with evidence of
continuous activity from the Mesolithic through to the medieval periods. Current archaeological
evidence suggested that the main areas of activity were situated to the east. However, it was possible
that further Mesolithic activity may be found within the development area. An Early-Middle Iron Age
field system may also extend into the area, as well as an undated curvilinear ditch and medieval and
post-medieval pits. Map evidence indicated that the site had been undeveloped since at least the late
19th century and, because it lay beyond the historic core of the village, probably long before that.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                              Slough
Slough UA

(B.78.512)                                                                                SU94908130
AIP database ID: {35D80A3F-498F-4796-8834-87B49B195189}
Parish: Britwell                                                                 Postal Code: SL1 4RF
SLOUGH TRADING ESTATE
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Slough Trading Estate, Slough, Besrkshire
Dicks, S & Chadwick, P London : CgMs, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment established that the Leigh Road Bridge, a Grade II Listed Structure, lay within the site
boundary, but would not be affected by the development proposals. There was thought to be a high
potential for Lower Palaeolithic remains on the Taplow Terrace to the south of the site, a low-moderate
potential for the late prehistoric and Roman periods and a low potential for all other periods. 20th
century development and redevelopment, however, was thought to have removed any trace of
archaeological remains from the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.78.513)                                                                                SU95408020
AIP database ID: {504C4B0F-3E24-4744-9283-C5881D8AAEFB}
Parish: SLOUGH                                                                  Postal Code: SL1 9AN
WESTGATE SCHOOL
Westgate School, Slough. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Brown, J         Oxford : Gifford, 2009, 45pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Gifford
Assessment of the site was carried out in response to proposals for the construction of new school
buildings. There was thought to be some potential for archaeological remains to be present on the site,
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


as reflected by find spots in the surrounding area, although previous development would probably have
impacted upon any such remains. Monitoring of groundworks was suggested as appropriate mitigation.
[Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no

                                          Southampton
Southampton UA

(B.80.514)                                                                                  SU41611229
AIP database ID: {57390B6E-70B9-4EE9-9B7F-24401B5D11B5}
Parish: SOUTHAMPTON ALL SAINTS                                                    Postal Code: SO151FZ
MAYFLOWER PLAZA
Mayflower Plaza, Southampton, Archaeological Appraisal
James, R           Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 25pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A rapid archaeological appraisal of the Mayflower Plaza site, Southampton was undertaken. The aim
was to identify and evaluate all the likely and predicted archaeological and cultural heritage constraints
relevant to the site. The appraisal identified that the site had the potential to contain archaeological
deposits of prehistoric, medieval and post-medieval date, and that the underlying gravels were also of
potential geoarchaeological significance. The medieval potential was related to a nationally significant
urban water management system. The appraisal also identified ten Listed buildings and one registered
historic park adjacent to the site, and identified possible impacts upon their settings. The appraisal
concluded that a comprehensive programme of archaeological fieldwork was likely to be required to
mitigate the impact of any proposed development upon the predicted archaeological potential. The
settings of the Listed buildings and the historic park were also likely to require assessment. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                               Surrey
Elmbridge

(B.43.515)                                                                                  TQ11305770
AIP database ID: {DA03B0A6-9066-4718-877B-629EF704F380}
Parish: COBBAM                                                                    Postal Code: KT113JS
M25 WIDENING JUNCTIONS 8-10
M25 Widening Junctions 8-10 Construction of an Environmental Screening Bund at Cobham Park
Estate. Report on an Archaelogical Desk-based Appraisal
Rogers, I         Chester : Gifford, 1995, 17pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Gifford
The vicinity of the study area was of some archaeological interest, containing archaeological features
of prehistoric, Roman, medieval and post- medieval periods. In particular prehistoric artefacts had been
found in close proximity to the study area. One possible feature, a cropmark on an aerial photograph,
was identified during the study. Given the potential for archaeological features and deposits within the
study area recommendations were made for evaluation to be undertaken. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.516)                                                                                  TQ14276861
AIP database ID: {AFAF0784-7C0B-4DB3-930C-9E819FEA520B}
Parish: EAST MOLESEY                                                              Postal Code: KT8 9DX
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


LAND AT HURST LANE, EAST MOLESEY
A Preliminary Archaological Assessment of the Proposed Redevelopment of Land at Hurst Lane,
East Molesey, Surrey
Randall, N        Guildford : Surrey County Archaeological Unit, 2009, 27pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Surrey County Archaeological Unit
The proposed development site was located within an area close to the Surrey/Middlesex border, which
had become well known for the deposition of weapons in the Thames. Little substantial information
was known for the Roman period in this area. Saxon sunken-featured buildings identified during the
Hurst Park excavaton represented a nucleated settlement dating to the 6th or 7th century. During
medieval times, there were two manors in the area. The proposal for this project related to the
construction of mixed residential development of up to 84 properties. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.517)                                                                                 TQ14086460
AIP database ID: {FE070246-1861-44EA-ABFC-E058EF1DB4AE}
Parish: ESHER                                                                    Postal Code: KT109NP
WOOTTON, ESHER PARK AVENUE, ESHER
Wootton, Esher Park Avenue, Esher, KT10 9NP. County of Surrey. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Dawson, H          London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
The site had a low to moderate potential to contain archaeological remains dated to the prehistoric and
Roman periods. The site was well located on a prominent hill close to the predictable resources of the
River Mole and Mesolithic finds and evidence of Iron Age settlement had been recorded in the vicinity
of the site. Although the site was not close to any known major Roman settlement, there may have been
a Roman villa at the site of Claremont House. The potential for the medieval and post-medieval periods
was low. The site lay next to the medieval parish church but it probably lay outside the historic core of
Esher. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.518)                                                                                 TQ13945978
AIP database ID: {9CD3081D-C616-4A67-80B4-5BFAC1143E80}
Parish: STOKE DABERNON                                                           Postal Code: KT220RZ
WATER MAIN PIPELINE AT WREN'S HILL, OXSHOTT
The Installation of a Water Main Pipeline at Wren's Hill, Oxshott, Surrey. A Preliminary
Archaeological Assessment
Robertson, J     Guildford : Surrey County Archaeological Unit, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Surrey County Archaeological Unit
The proposed groundworks had the potential to reveal archaeological material, either within the line of
the easment if the reduced strip depth was deep enough to exposed the natural underlying clay.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.519)                                                                                 TQ07596521
AIP database ID: {4CE27012-BF4C-4FF8-9DF6-12C6AB939770}
Parish: WEYBRIDGE                                                                Postal Code: KT138JL
39 THAMES STREET, WEYBRIDGE
A Preliminary Assessment of the Proposed Redevelopment of 39 Thames Street, Weybridge
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Shaikhley, N & Robertson, J        Guildford : Surrey County Archaeological Unit, 2009, 23pp, figs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Surrey County Archaeological Unit
The total development site covered c.0.45ha, although the main impact on potential archaeological
remains will be in the area of the proposed new buildings. All the areas of proposed new build,
however, were located over parts of the site that had been developed at least once, if no two or three
times already. Any archaeological material that may have been present on this site was, therefore,
highly likely to have been removed or severely truncated. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.34.52)                                                                                 SP99957302
AIP database ID: {D73711F3-06E9-498C-8897-D94976EFD021}
Parish: Raunds                                                                 Postal Code: NN9 6UD
LAND AT 22 ROTTON ROW, RAUNDS
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of Land at 22 Rotton Row, Raunds Northamptonshire April
2009
Chapman, P        Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 18pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
The rear of the property was a Scheduled Ancient Monument (SAM 11507) which comprises a block
of land surrounded by areas of previous open area archaeological excavation. To the north lay Furnells
manor, occupied from the 6th to 15th centuries. To the west and south the Langham Road site included
elements of settlement, boundary ditches and timber buildings from the 7th to 15th centuries. Further
evidence of early/middle Saxon occupation and late Saxon and medieval settlement might lie within
the development area. A boundary ditch system of late Saxon origin, which probably continued in use
into the medieval period and related to the division of the manorial plot into several separate smaller
plots, should cross the western end of the proposed development area. By the end of the 12th century
buildings were possibly being relocated eastwards as part of the Rotton Row frontage. To the
immediate south of the proposed development there lay a post-medieval metalled track running east-
west, which probably respected the line of an earlier trackway that separated Furnells manor from
lower-status properties to the south. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Guildford

(B.43.520)                                                                               TQ09355365
AIP database ID: {0A7177CE-34A6-46E6-8DDA-34435CFE1EFB}
Parish: East Horsley                                                            Postal Code: KT246SJ
FRENCHLANDS HATCH, OCKHAM ROAD SOUTH, EAST HORSLEY
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment: Frenchlands Hatch, Ockham Road South, East Horsley,
Surrey
Dicks, S London : CgMs, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
There were no sites or finds recorded on the SMR within a 1km radius of the study site, which predated
the medieval period. The site was extensively leveled ahead of development in the mid-20th century.
Site levelling will have caused widespread below ground disturbance. Overall, a low-nil potential was
identified for all periods. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.521)                                                                               SU99674938
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {8165FDF4-722D-4663-9374-D664458D33DB}
Parish: GUILDFORD                                                                Postal Code: GU1 3EX
3 THE SHAMPLES AND LAND TO THE REAR OF 1-5 CHAPEL STREET,
GUILDFORD
A Preliminary Archaeological Assessment of the Proposed Re-development of 3 The Shambles and
Land to the Rear of 1-5 Chapel Street, Guildford
Robertson, J       Guildford : Surrey County Archaeological Unit, 2009, 23pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Surrey County Archaeological Unit
The archaeological potential for this site was considered to be high. This was due to its location within
the limits of the Saxon and medieval town development. Previous development of the site from at least
the 19th century may have removed potential archaeological deposits, however, as has been seen with
other sites within Guildford such as Swan Lane and properties along the High Street, archaeological
deposits may have survived to greater depths and if they existed may not therefore have been
completely destroyed. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.522)                                                                                 TQ03865508
AIP database ID: {56105804-F50F-48B4-A97A-FD33F594FE2A}
Parish: Send                                                                    Postal Code: GU236LL
LAND TO THE REAR OF LINDEN WAY, SEND
A Preliminary Archaological Assessment of land to the rear of Linden Way, Send, Surrey
Robertson, J     Guildford : Surrey County Archaeological Unit, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Surrey County Archaeological Unit
There were a handful of archaeological recoreds within a 1km radius of the development site, two of
which related to the recovery of prehistoric flintwork of Mesolithic and Neolithic date, one to the
recovery of a Roman coin dated to the 3rd century and the remainder to sites of medieval date
including a moated site. The area was considered to have a low to moderate archaeological potential.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.523)                                                                                 TQ08684874
AIP database ID: {87512AAD-B27F-432A-8DD9-CEB6A1E4992E}
Parish: Shere                                                                    Postal Code: GU5 9QB
COLEKITCHEN FARM, GOMSHALL
Colekitchen Farm, Gomshall, Surrey. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Gavin York : SLR Consulting Ltd., 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: SLR Consulting Ltd.
There was no record of archaeological sites, feature or remains within the development area.
Colekitchen Farm must have dated from at least the 17th century, the date of the earliest timber fabric
surviving in the building, and the earliest mapping showed the farm in 1729. Apart from the farmhouse,
the cart shed and flint barn, the farm buildings were probably of late 19th century date or later, and
most were clearly modern, standing on breeze block footings and having concrete floors. These
together with the presumed related drainage and services around the buildings will have caused some
disturbance to potential archaeological remains and deposits. WWII defences guarding the southern
approach to London were identified in the general vicinity of the farmhouse and beyond. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


(B.43.524)                                                                                 TQ07805940
AIP database ID: {DC7A2FF7-3044-40D7-977B-E1815285F0B5}
Parish: Wisley                                                                  Postal Code: GU236QS
M25 JUNCTION 10 TO 11
M25 Widening J10 to 11 River Wey Flood Plain Replacement Scheme. Archaeological Desk-based
Study
Atkins Heritage Epsom : Atkins Heritage, 2009, 65pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Atkins Heritage
Within the proposed scheme there were a significant number of sites and findspots, suggesting that the
area had been occupied, in varying degrees, since the late Palaeolithic. No discoveries had actually
been made on the site of the proposed scheme. However, there had been a number of important finds
immediately adjacent to the site, which suggested the potential for the occurrence of archaeological
remains was quite high. It was recommended that detailed field evaluation was conducted in areas
where ground level was to be reduced. The high potential for the survival of waterlogged organic and
environmental evidence meant that appropriate sampling strategies should be included in the evaluation
process. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Mole Valley

(B.43.525)                                                                                 TQ16585619
AIP database ID: {8B7101BE-0877-44D4-84B2-B481EFDAA26B}
Parish: LEATHERHEAD                                                             Postal Code: KT228HD
80 CHURCH STREET, LEATHERHEAD
80 Church Street, Leatherhead, Surrey. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Hopkins, H        Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay within an area of High Archaeological Potential, with finds of Bronze Age date already
recorded for the proposal site or its immediate vicinity. Further archaeological work was recommended
in order to fully understand the archaeological potential of the site, and to mitigate the impact of
development on any below-ground remains that may be present. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.526)                                                                                 TQ17505730
AIP database ID: {7278BD3A-D7B0-4820-AD98-0EB63CDDA6DA}
                                                                                 Postal Code: KT227JP
LAND AT ST. ANDREWS SCHOOL, GRANGE ROAD, LEATHERHEAD
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment: Land at St. Andrews School, Grange Road, Leatherhead,
Surrey
Hawkins, D        London : CgMs, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The study site "can be shown" to have a low to moderate archaeological potential for the Iron Age and
low archaeological potential for all remaining past periods. The site remained undeveloped until the
second half of the 19th century when a building was constructed in the south of the site. Due to the past
post-depositional impacts of terracing, landforming and construction throughout the 19th and 20th
centuries, the potential for pre-19th century archaeological survival on the site was considered to be
low. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment




Reigate and Banstead

(B.43.527)                                                                                 TQ27205290
AIP database ID: {746A77D0-D69A-42D2-B89C-89CE24325D89}
Parish: GATTON                                                                   Postal Code: RH2 0TL
ROYAL ALEXANDRA AND ALBERT SCHOOL
Archaeological Assessment on Royal Alexandra and Albert School, Gatton Park, Reigate, Surrey,
RH2 0TW
Perry, J G         London : Sutton Archaeological Services, 2009, 31pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Sutton Archaeological Services
Taking the evidence as a whole, the potential for prehistoric, Roman and post-medieval settlement and
activity in the area of the site seemed low. The potential for Saxon and medieval settlement and activity
in the area of the site seemed low to medium. The historical and cartographical evidence suggested that
the site probably was common fields of Gatton village from at least the Saxon period onward.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.528)                                                                                 TQ25405020
AIP database ID: {C7E159B2-BEF6-41CB-8B6B-48FF377CF598}
Parish: REIGATE                                                                  Postal Code: RH2 0UY
4-10 CHURCH STREET, REIGATE
4-10, Church Street, Reigate, Surrey, RH2 OAN
Perry, J G         London : Sutton Archaeological Services, 2009, 41pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Sutton Archaeological Services
The potential for archaeological remains for prehistoric and Roman periods in the area of the site
seemed low, though for the Saxon period the potential seemed low to moderate. The potential for
medieval and post-medieval settlement and activity seemed medium to high. There may have been
some damage from medieval ploughing or occupation to any earlier archaeology, such as Saxon
deposits. In the 18th and 19th century the site was developed as stabling from the White Hart Inn and
later hotel. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.529)                                                                                 TQ27905020
AIP database ID: {A1BEDAB6-30B6-4891-AF27-FE33D239ACA7}
                                                                                 Postal Code: RH1 1SH
TESCO REDHILL, READING ARCH ROAD, REDHILL
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Tesco Redhill, Reading Arch Road, Redhill, Surrey
Dicks, S London : CgMs, 2009, 58pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
It was considered that the marshland environment of the study site would not have been attractive for
settlement. Additionally, the construction of a gasworks in the 19th century and its redevelopment in
the 20th century would have removed any potential archaeology on this site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Kettering

(B.34.53)                                                                                   SP89407990
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {F810C708-2F78-4112-BE18-83D5DDFA2642}
Parish: Warkton                                                                  Postal Code: NN169XJ
WEEKLEY WARKTON AVENUE, KETTERING
Archaeological Desk- based Assessment Weekley Warkton Avenue, Kettering, Northamptonshire
Chadwick, P & Dicks, S London : CgMs, 2009, 17pp, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
This assessment established that there were no Scheduled Ancient Monuments, Listed Buildings or
Registered Battlefields within the study area or in its immediate vicinity. However, Boughton Park, a
Registered Park and Garden, was located partially within the study area and the Conservation Areas of
Weekley and Warkton were located nearby. An assessment of Broughton Park and Weekley and
Warkton Conservation areas was addressed in a separate report. In addition, there were a number of
archaeological/historic sites within the study area. The assessment identified several areas of the study
area where sub-surface archaeological remains were evident, many of these appeared to date to the late
prehistoric and Saxon periods and indicated settlement and field systems. Throughout the historic
period, the site had been in agricultural use, although the character of the historic landscape changed
radically in the 18th and 19th century when the Medieval open fields were enclosed, creating the field
pattern which survived into the early 20th
century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Runnymede

(B.43.530)                                                                                 TQ04566681
AIP database ID: {86B527B8-6EC5-41CC-BFB1-AECCCACF09B0}
Parish: CHERTSEY                                                                 Postal Code: KT168JH
VINE INN, BRIDGE ROAD, CHERTSEY
A Preliminary Archaeological Assessment of the Proposed Re-development of the Vine Inn, Bridge
Road, Chertsey, Surrey
Shaikhley, N     Guildford : Surrey County Archaeological Unit, 2009, 34pp, pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Surrey County Archaeological Unit
The development lay within a Conservation Area and a designated Area of Archaeological Potential. It
included a Listed historic building and the site had a good to moderate archaeological potential for
known and unknown buried archaeological material. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.531)                                                                                 TQ01057126
AIP database ID: {89E780DA-8339-4E5D-A504-CC51E6A4297E}
Parish: EGHAM (SURREY)                                                          Postal Code: TW209HP
168 HIGH STREET, EGHAM
168 High Street, Egham, Surrey. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Preston, S       Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site was found to lay in an area of high archaeological potential in the historic core of Egham, with
prehistoric and medieval remains documented for adjacent areas. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.532)                                                                                 SU99807120
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {B97F014B-CF74-4554-9FBC-9809C4B7615A}
                                                                                  Postal Code: TW200JF
LIME LODGE, TITE HILL, ENGLEFIELD GREEN
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment: Lime Lodge, Tite Hill, Englefield Green, Surrey
Darton, L         London : CgMs, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
Lime Lodge consisted of a Listed 18th century house and 19th and early 20th century ancillary
buildings, including a stable block. The archaeological potential for all periods predating the
construction of Lime Lodge in the 18th century was thought to be low. The proposed new development
outside the footprint of Lime Lodge was thought unlikely to have significant archaeological impact.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Spelthorne

(B.43.533)                                                                                  TQ05587216
AIP database ID: {2E0149DE-2DB3-4BD5-A754-C3674698643F}
Parish: STAINES                                                                 Postal Code: TW153EW
HENGROVE PARK RECREATION GROUND, STAINES
Hengrove Park Recreation Ground, Staines, Surrey. Desk-based Archaeological Assessment
Johnson, A. P & Collcutt, S. N.     Oxford : Oxford Archaeological Associates Limited, 2009, 81pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeological Associates
No sites of archaeological significance were recorded from within the development area. There was
reason to expect that the landscape archaeology, involving the prehistoric to Roman agriculture known
from Hengrove Quarry, would continue into the new area. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.534)                                                                                  TQ06017412
AIP database ID: {18DBD8D2-487E-4B20-866B-865C6357DA08}
Parish: STANWELL                                                                 Postal Code: TW197DS
CHRIST THE KING ROMAN CATHOLIC FIRST SCHOOL, STANWELL
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment Christ The King Roman Catholic First School, Stanwell
Williams, G       Beckley : John Moore Heritage Services, 2009, 41pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: John Moore Heritage Services
The proposal site at Stanwell was located within an area where prehistoric archaeology of national
importance had been found. The complex of Neolithic through to Roman period remains found at
Terminal 5 was indicative of the general spread of periods and density of remains which watching
briefs, evaluations and excavations had largely revealed in and around Stanwell village. The negative
evidence indicated that there had been archaeological interventions in the vicinity of the proposal site.
These however could not be understood to indicate either the presence or absence of archaeological
remains within the proposal area. The proposed development was likely to encounter prehistoric
archaeology. Potential remains being likely to be small discrete features, such as pits or post holes. The
dating for such remains extends from the Neolithic until the Roman period. There were no known finds
of Saxon or medieval remains in the vicinity of the proposal area. The historic field in which the
proposal area was located formerly gave onto the High Street. It was nevertheless unlikely that the
medieval village of Stanwell extended so far to the southeast, and has subsequently contracted. It is
always possible that small isolated settlement activity might be present. The proposal site was shown as
fields from 1748, when it comprised three fields, until 1970, when it comprised one. The 1840 Tithe
Map shows the proposal site within the same field until 1970, which was strongly suggestive of the
field having been created in 1789 or thereabouts. The proposal site may well have traces of field
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


boundaries, such as ditches, although clearly the field boundaries may have been fence or hedge-lines.
There was no other indicated potential post-medieval archaeology on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :johnmoor1-80755


Waverley

(B.43.535)                                                                                  TQ05963899
AIP database ID: {7252AF7C-1B77-438C-A681-E3BCDC600EFE}
Parish: Cranleigh                                                                 Postal Code: GU6 8AE
CRANLEIGH VILLAGE HOSPITAL, HIGH STREET CRANLEIGH
Cranleigh Village Hospital, High Street Cranleigh, Surrey. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N           Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 41pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed development scheme indicated the construction of a new part 1/part 2 storey health park
across the western section and southern half of the eastern section of the site. This would require the
demolition of the existing 1960s/1970s Health Centre and all extant structures within the Village
Hospital site which post-dated the 1901 extensions. Cranleigh Village Hospital, located in the east of
the site, was a Grade II Listed Building. The assessment identified a total of 25 Grade II and one Grade
II* Listed Buildings within the 1km study area, the closest being the Grade II Listed 17th century
building, currently housing a restaurant, fronting on to the south side of the High Street adjacent the
site to the west. These buildings and features themselves were considered to be of archaeological
interest and may have been of earlier origin or comprised earlier elements. Expansion of the hospital
and further development in the 20th century would have likely impacted both these and earlier
evidence, if present, with the greatest impact likely to be from the 1960s health centre in the western
section of the site. There was a low potential for archaeological evidence of significant human activity
dating to the prehistoric and Roman periods. Iron Age and Roman settlement activity and field systems
identified c.800m to the north of the site showed the area of Cranleigh was inhabited and actively
utilised during this period, however there was no evidence to suggest significant activity (settlement,
industrial, ritual etc.) within the vicinity of the proposed development site at this time. Based upon the
available evidence, there was therefore considered to be a medium to high potential for evidence of
significant archaeological activity within the bounds of the proposed development site dating to the
medieval period. The archaeological potential for post-medieval activity was similarly medium to high,
based upon the assumed low to medium impact from later development. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.43.536)                                                                                  TQ05573865
AIP database ID: {E45E4CDA-AF99-4F10-A1CE-1E3416B15996}
                                                                                  Postal Code: GU6 8JL
PLAYING FIELD SITE, KNOWLE LANE, CRANLEIGH
The Playing Field Site, Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N          Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The site did not contain or lay within any previously identified sites of below ground archaeological
evidence and there were no Scheduled Monuments, Registered Parks and Gardens, Registered
Battlefields or World Heritage Sites within 1km of the proposed development site. The assessment
identified a total of 25 Grade II and one Grade II* Listed Buildings within the 1km study area, the
closest being the Grade II Listed Holyhock Farmhouse, c. 100m to the south of the site. There was a
low potential for archaeological evidence of significant human activity dating to the prehistoric and
Roman periods. Iron Age and Roman settlement activity and field systems identified c.1.1km to the
north of the site showed the area of Cranleigh was inhabited and actively utilised during this period.
Similarly, a dense scatter of flints noted during fieldwalking c.350m to the south of the site suggested
activity within this area during the Mesolithic. However, there was no evidence to suggest significant
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


activity (settlement, industrial, ritual etc.) within the vicinity of the proposed development site during
these periods. There was therefore considered to be a low potential for archaeological evidence of
significant human activity dating to the early medieval period. However, if remains of this nature were
encountered, they would be considered to be of local to regional importance, due to their scarcity and
relevance to the history and development of Cranleigh. In line with the available evidence there was
considered to be a low -medium potential for archaeological evidence of medieval activities within the
bounds of the proposed development site. The potential activity was not thought to have been
significant and any evidence of this nature, if present, was considered likely to be of local importance.
There was therefore considered to be a low-medium potential for archaeological evidence of post-
medieval activities within bounds of the proposed development site. The potential activity was not
thought to have been significant and any evidence of this nature, if present, was likely to be of local
importance. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.537)                                                                                  TQ07603930
AIP database ID: {C91BA9AF-D841-4488-9188-065E78FF593B}
                                                                                  Postal Code: GU6 7DP
SWALLOW'S TILES, BOOKHURST HILL, CRANLEIGH
Archaeological Impact Assessment of Proposed Clay Extraction at Swallow's Tiles, Bookhurst Hill,
Cranleigh
Raymond, F       Aldermaston : Berkshire Archaeological Services, 2009, 48pp, pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Berkshire Archaeological Services
The proposed clay extraction would completely destroy any buried archaeological remains that might
be present. There were no significant archaeological sites within the close proximity of the
landholding. Previous finds had demonstrated that Mesolithic remains could be found in the hinterland.
Historic earthworks of land management of likely WWII date were present. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.43.538)                                                                                  TQ05703760
AIP database ID: {DF7A43B7-516A-439F-BC11-29F0533A6C61}
                                                                                  Postal Code: GU6 8JW
THE HOSPITAL SITE, KNOWLE LANE, CRANLEIGH
The Hospital Site, Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N          Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The current development scheme proposed the construction of a part two/part three storey health
centre, with associated car parking and landscaped gardens/grounds, across the northern half of the
proposed development site. The southern half of the site remained undeveloped. There was a low
potential for archaeological evidence of significant human activity dating to the prehistoric and Roman
periods. Iron Age and Roman settlement activity and field systems identified c.860m to the north of the
site shows the area of Cranleigh was inhabited and actively utilised during this period, however there
was no evidence to suggest significant activity within the vicinity of the proposed development site.
There was considered to be a low potential for archaeological evidence of significant human activity
dating to the early medieval period. Remains of this nature, if present, would be considered to be of
local to regional importance, due to their scarcity and relevance to the history and development of
Cranleigh. There was considered to be a low-medium potential for archaeological evidence of medieval
activities within the bounds of the proposed development site. The potential activity was not thought to
have been significant and any evidence of this nature, if present, was considered likely to be of local
importance. There was considered to be a low-medium potential for archaeological evidence of post-
medieval activities within the bounds of the proposed development site. The potential activity was not
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


thought to have been significant and any evidence of this nature, if present, was likely to be of local
importance. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.539)                                                                               SU82654563
AIP database ID: {C87E2D6B-2FAA-48B4-83AD-66D9B9D0D0C9}
Parish: Farnham                                                                Postal Code: GU9 8TU
6A WRECCLESHAM ROAD, WRECCLESHAM
6A Wrecclesham Road, Wrecclesham, Surrey. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Carter, N         Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 72pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The site did not contain or lay within any previously identified archaeological sites and no finds or
features were Listed within the site on the Surrey Historic Environments Record database. The
assessment identified no Scheduled Monuments, Registered Parks and Gardens, Registered Battlefields
or World Heritage Sites within 1km of the proposed development site. The assessment identified a total
of 27 Listed Buildings within the 1km study area. The nearest Listed Building was No. 18 Yatesbury
Close (Yastebury House) located adjacent to the site to the south. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


South Northamptonshire

(B.34.54)                                                                                 SP49874909
AIP database ID: {83B5AC2F-CBBA-43A6-A93E-43119C0EA97B}
Parish: Chipping Warden                                                        Postal Code: OX171JR
LAND AT CHIPPING WARDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
Land at Chipping Warden, Northamptonshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Croxford, B      Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The assessment found that no archaeological remains were recorded form the site and no previous
intensive work had taken place. To the immediate east lay Wallow Bank, a possible Neolithic long
barrow. There was some potential for parts of this monument to extend into the site area. Any
archaeological remains that may have existed on the site were thought to have been impacted by farm
buildings and would be of low value, at most. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.43.540)                                                                               SU85134629
AIP database ID: {E5EC448B-60BB-4A43-ABFA-2565F7938645}
                                                                               Postal Code: GU9 8DX
PROPOSED MULTI-USE GAMES AREA DEVELOPMENT AT SOUTH FARNHAM
SCHOOL, FARNHAM
A Preliminary Archaeological Assessment of the Proposed Multi-use Games Area Development at
South Farnham School, Farnham, Surrey
Munnery, T          Guildford : Surrey County Archaeological Unit, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Surrey County Archaeological Unit
Evidence suggested that the proposed development was in close proximity to prehistoric and Roman
activity, but it was uncertain whether any archaeology would lie within the site boundaries. [Au(adp)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


OASIS ID :no


Woking

(B.43.541)                                                                                    TQ03105930
AIP database ID: {86467FF6-E192-4849-80E2-A7D655681615}
Parish: PYRFORD                                                                    Postal Code: GU228FA
LAND AT ASH, ADJACENT TO DEAN CLOSE
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at Ash, adjacent to Dean Close
Trehy, J Bournemouth : Terence O'Rourke, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Terence O'Rourke
There were four difined areas of archaeological potential in the study area. The nearest lay 270m to the
west and was the Grade II* Listed St. Peter's Church. Unitl the 20th century, Ash was a rural farming
community. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                         West Berkshire
West Berkshire UA

(B.89.542)                                                                                    SU53306750
AIP database ID: {4ED0A82C-0366-475D-B43E-49BEEC945EA5}
Parish: Thatcham                                                                  Postal Code: RG133NB
SIEGE CROSS FARM, THATCHAM, NEWBURY
Siege Cross Farm, Thatcham, Newbury, West Berkshire. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Ford, S & Preston, S      Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 25pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay in an area of high archaeological potential. Survey work and a limited amount of
archaeological trenching in the past had revealed a number of archaeological find spots, indicative of
the presence of further archaeological deposits. It was unlikely that remains of national importance
would be recovered, but remains of local significance were thought to be likely. Further work was
recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                           West Sussex
Arun

(B.45.543)                                                                                    SU91040089
AIP database ID: {7123BF75-790B-46DB-A570-215AA05B6F88}
Parish: Bersted                                                                    Postal Code: PO201LS
LAND AT NORTH-WEST BOGNOR REGIS ARUN DISTRICT
Land at North-West Bognor Regis Arun District West Sussex. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Blackwell, R        Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2008, 27pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
Prehistoric activity was recorded at a number of locations within the study area. The material was
predominantly Bronze Age and later although a limited amount of Mesolithic and Neolithic material
has also been identified. To the northeast of the site extensive Bronze Age activity and later prehistoric
settlement have been identified, and Bronze Age cremations are recorded to the north-west. Prehistoric
activity is also recorded to the south-east of the site. The limits of prehistoric activity within the study
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


area 9 4 o t been defined and there is potential for previously unrecorded prehistoric features to be
present within the site. Two main areas of Roman activity have been identified within the study area, to
the northwest and south-east of the site. Roman surface material is recorded within the western half of
the site and there is potential for previously unrecorded associated archaeological remains. Roman
activity has been identified during an evaluation in the north-eastern part of the study area and a Roman
ditch has been recorded within the north-eastern edge of site. Five 19th century buildings survive
within the site. These comprise four single storey buildings at Park Farm and a two-storey house at the
eastem edge of site. The site of a 19th century brickworks has been identified at the western edge of
site. These features may be considered to be of local value. [Au]


OASIS ID :no


Chichester

(B.45.544)                                                                                  SU86400340
AIP database ID: {1DB7C2A7-3886-44C0-A018-AFF33ECA4356}
Parish: Hunston                                                                  Postal Code: PO198XH
LAND AT KINGSHAM, CHICHESTER
An Archaeological Desktop Assessment of land at Kingsham, Chichester, West Sussex.
Hunter, P & Pine, C        Eastbourne : Development Archaeology Services, 2003, 61pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Development Archaeology Services
The absence of any excavations in the immediate vicinity to the site precluded any concrete predictions
being made as to the site's archaeological potential. However, the presence of Bronze Age material to
the immediate east of the site hinted at the potential for prehistoric archaeology to be encountered.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Crawley

(B.45.545)                                                                                  TQ26783613
AIP database ID: {0B48DCE0-7EA1-42C2-AA9B-5D3191CE3E62}
Parish: IFIELD                                                                   Postal Code: RH106BY
BARLEY HOUSE BRIGHTON ROAD, CRAWLEY
Barley House Brighton Road Crawley RHIO. West Sussex. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Dolan, T London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2007, 33pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
The site had an uncertain, possibly low, potential to contain archaeological remains dated to the
prehistoric period given the site's location on heavy soils of Weald clay, which would not have been
conducive to early agriculture. The site had an uncertain potential to contain remains dated to the
Roman period. There were no known sites or finds of Roman date within the study area and current
understanding of the area at this time was poor. The site had a low potential to contain archaeological
remains dated to the early medieval period due to the site location on the eastern periphery of the estate
of Field some distance from any known medieval settlement. The site had a low potential to contain
archaeological remains dated to the later medieval period as the site was probably still open fields or
woodland some distance from the main settlement, but as it lay along the main road, the possibility of
roadside settlement could not be entirely discounted. The site had a high potential to contain remains
dated to the post-medieval period. The earliest map consulted dated 1795 showed the presence of five
buildings in an enclosed field called Charter Hurst and on subsequent historic maps, up to 1961, the
same five buildings were still present, variously called Crawley Cottage and barn and Crawley Lodge.
Therefore the site had potential for the remains of footings for these buildings, particularly along the
currently open part of the site fronting Brighton Road. The existing building had medium depth trench
fill concrete foundations which may have removed archaeological remains locally. At least half of the
site had never been developed and archaeological survival was anticipated to be good. The proposed
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


building would have bored piled foundations which would remove any archaeological remains within
their footprint. The proposed landscaping, tree and shrub planting, as well as demolition and proposed
work on services at the site would have an impact upon any archaeological remains present. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Horsham

(B.45.546)                                                                                   TQ09202710
AIP database ID: {17C93C73-B78C-4888-84F1-2EA8CF892B1D}
Parish: Billingshurst                                                             Postal Code: RH149HP
LAND AT STANE STREET, BILLINGSHURST
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Stane Street, Billingshurst, West Sussex
Russell, C        Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2008, 60pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A desk-based assessment was prepared for a plot of land to the immediate north of Billingshurst West
Sussex. A review of existing archaeological and historical sources suggested that the site had a low
potential for containing archaeological deposits dating to the prehistoric, Anglo-Saxon and post-
medieval periods. Although Stane Street (a Roman road) forms part of the site, the proposed residential
development was to be restricted to the rest of the site. It was, therefore, unlikely that any remains of
the road, which have survived the construction of the old A29, would be affected by the adjacent
building work. The non-road element of the site had moderate potential for comprising archaeological
remains of the Romano-British period, purely because of its close proximity to the Roman road. The
site also had moderate potential for containing medieval archaeological deposits, as the ancient field
name suggested a possible connection with a manorial site. Ploughing and cultivation is likely to have
truncated any archaeological deposits to an unknown extent. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.45.547)                                                                                   TQ21091673
AIP database ID: {FE36F37A-7FBA-4529-95A1-165FD96098B4}
Parish: Henfield                                                                   Postal Code: BN5 9EZ
LAND AT PARSONAGE FARM, HENFIELD
Land at Parsonage Farm, Henfield, West Sussex. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
King, R Swindon : Foundations Archaeology, 2009, 42pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Foundations Archaeology
The assessment highlighted that the site had some archaeological potential for finds and features of the
Palaeolithic and Mesolithic periods. The site area appeared to have low potential for finds or features of
the later Prehistoric, Roman or Saxon periods, which would be consistent with the results of evaluation
trenching associated with earlier phases of development. During the Medieval period the site was likely
to have been partly, or completely included within a deer park and only been used or returned to
agricultural use after the mid-late 17th century. As such it had limited archaeological potential. The site
had been utilised for agricultural purposes since the mid-late 17th century and the potential for
significant finds or features of this period was considered low. The main archaeological potential for
the site was for stray finds of Mesolithic date, which may most effectively be recovered through a
programme of intensive fieldwalking. The geoarchaeological assessment also highlighted the fact that
Palaeolithic finds and associated palaeoenvironmental data may also be preserved on site, although
such finds were currently acknowledged to be rare from the middle reaches of the River Adur.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


(B.45.548)                                                                               TQ04101870
AIP database ID: {E15E4414-1AD0-4686-8271-6CC8445BC89F}
Parish: Pulborough                                                             Postal Code: RH201DP
PROPOSED PIPELINE BETWEEN HARDHAM TO UPPER NASH PUMPING
MAIN, NEAR PULBOROUGH
An Archaeological Desktop Assessment of a Proposed Pipeline between Hardham to Upper Nash
Pumping Main, Near Pulborough, West Sussex
Hunter, P & Pine, C        Eastbourne : Development Archaeology Services, 2006, 66pp, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Development Archaeology Services
The site/pipeline route was considered to have regionally low to medium archaeological potential for
all periods except Anglo-Saxon and post-medieval periods for which a low potential for any in situ
remains seemed more appropriate. The lack of any record of occupation in the area during the Anglo-
Saxon period and apparent absence of any recorded post-medieval archaeological features along the
pipeline's proposed route suggested there was limited potential for any archaeology from these periods
being encountered during this development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.45.549)                                                                              TQ06802230,
AIP database ID: {3AB8945D-530F-49A8-9243-2CBB3FEB15E8}                                 TQ07302260
Parish: Pulborough, Washington                                                Postal Code: RH201DL,
                                                                                           RH149GZ
CHICHESTER COLLEGE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT (BRINSBUTY AND
CHICHESTER CAMPUS)
Chichester College Redevelopment Project (Brinsbuty and Chichester Campus) West Sussex
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment
SLR Consulting Ltd.         Aylesbury : SLR Consulting Ltd., 2008, 91pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: SLR Consulting Ltd.
It was considered that there was a moderate to high potential for archaeological remains to be present
within the Chichester campus site. Particularly relating to activity in the Late Bronze Age/ Early Iron
Age, Romano-British, medieval and post-medieval periods. There was a moderate to high potential for
archaeological remains to be present within the Brinsbury campus site. Bronze Age activity was
demonstrated on the same ridge of land that the campus occupies, though it was unknown what form
this activity took or whether it extended further to the east along the ridge. Romano-British deposits
associated with Stane Street may survive at the site entrance, and there was potential for building
footings relating to occupation of the site and its use as a farm from the medieval period onwards to
survive across the site. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.34.55)                                                                                 SP82706090
AIP database ID: {90687F5C-2D6C-4F00-ABB0-C03D694E82EA}
Parish: Cogenhoe and Whiston                                                   Postal Code: NN7 1NU
76 STATION ROAD, COGENHOE
Desk-Based Assessment at 76 Station Road, Cogenhoe, Northamptonshire.
July 2009
Bassir, A        Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
An archaeological desk-based assessment was undertaken on land at 76 Station Road, Cogenhoe.
Historic map evidence showed that the site lay within the agricultural environment field system. The
Historic Record showed that a sand quarry was established to the south of the site by the late 17th
century; however, there was no evidence that quarrying took place on the site itself. It was not
developed until between 1900 and 1925 when housing development began to take place on the land
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


surrounding the site. Some prehistoric and Romano-British activity had been recorded within the
village of Cogenhoe and surrounding area. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.45.550)                                                                                 TQ16502850
AIP database ID: {855C3A91-7002-4341-87F6-D5EC856F9A7B}
Parish: Southwater                                                              Postal Code: RH130AX
LAND AT HOP OAST FARM, HORSHAM
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of land at Hop Oast Farm, Horsham, West Sussex
Margetts, A       Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 55pp, pls, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
The site had a generally low potential for containing archaeological deposits of prehistoric to medieval
date. A single findspot of Roman pottery was known from the site as well as the course of a possible
Roman or earlier ridgeway track. The site was considered to have a moderate potential of containing
evidence of Mesolithic activity as well as moderate potential of containing archaeological deposits of
post-medieval date, particularly associated with a number of known historic sites of the period, historic
hedgerows, including possible deer park boundaries, and Second World War activity. The construction
of the existing golf course was likely to have had an impact on archaeological deposits in the north of
the site. However, the majority may have received little disturbance due to the historic landuse being
mainly formed of pasture. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.45.551)                                                                                 TQ17801120
AIP database ID: {29D5BAB1-2B7E-4147-A468-D24A624589BB}
Parish: Steyning                                                                 Postal Code: BN4 3GR
STEYNING GRAMMAR SCHOOL SITE (INCLUDING FLETCHER’S CROFT),
SCHOOL LANE, STEYNING
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of Steyning Grammar School Site (including Fletcher’s
Croft), School Lane, Steyning, West Sussex
James., R        Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 42pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A desk-based assessment was prepared for the Steyning Grammar School site (including Fletcher’s
Croft), School Lane, Steyning in advance of a proposed new boarding house. A review of existing
archaeological and historical sources suggested that the site had a high potential for containing
archaeological deposits of Anglo-Saxon and medieval date. The site had been terraced in modern
times, although the impact upon the archaeological resource was considered to vary. A preliminary
assessment of the impact of the proposed development on adjacent Listed Buildings identified that the
proposed development would be visible from 13 Listed Buildings. The evidence was reviewed and
recommendations for further mitigation were offered. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Mid Sussex

(B.45.552)                                                                                 TQ34402440
AIP database ID: {457E9BE4-D86F-4ED9-B215-084338DF75B6}
Parish: Haywards Heath                                                           Postal Code: RH163JA
WILMINGTON WAY ESTATE
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Wilmington Way Estate, Haywards Heath. Archaeological Desktop Assessment-Tithe Map
Amendment
Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.        Brockley : Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd., 2008, 4pp, figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd.
The Tithe map (1845) showed that the site comprised two fields 778 and 773. Both were owned by the
Reverend Thomas. To the west 778 was occupied by John Simons and was known as Hillyfield, under
arable cultivation. 773, to the east, was occupied by William Maynard Bothey and known as Furze
Field, also under arable cultivation. A road formed the southern boundary of the two fields. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.45.553)                                                                                TQ35202550
AIP database ID: {B869A6FF-5AA4-4285-9BF0-BAD647515E84}
Parish: Lindfield                                                              Postal Code: RH162NB
LAND AT NEWTON ROAD, LINDFIELD
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment Land at Newton Road Lindfield West Sussex
Darton, L         London : CgMs, 2008, 29pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
Any proposed development of the study site was unlikely to have a significant archaeological impact,
because of the generally low archaeological potential of the site. [Au]


OASIS ID :no



(B.45.554)                                                                                TQ35863922
AIP database ID: {DEE6D9E6-DFF1-4600-B145-10647D4C1B96}
Parish: Worth                                                                   Postal Code: RH192PS
FELBRIDGE NURSERIES
Felbridge Nurseries County of West Sussex. Archaeological desk-based assessment
Davies, L           London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2008, 33pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
There were no statutorily designated (protected) archaeological sites within the proposed
development site. The site had a high potential to contain later medieval and post-medieval
remains. During these periods a farmstead called Little Gibbshaven was located in the south-western
part of the site, and evidence of the footings of later medieval and post-medieval farm buildings and
farm yard may survive. The site had low-moderate potential to contain prehistoric and Roman remains.
Significant Mesolithic and Neolithic artefact scatters had been found in the area, and similar finds may
be present within the site. A Roman road and three probable Roman bloomeries were located within the
vicinity of the site, and additional evidence of Roman ironworking may exist. Archaeological remains,
where they survive, were likely to be cut into the natural geology located immediately below the
modern gravel or tarmac surface. Remains present in the south-west tip of the site would be sealed
beneath a deposit of made ground, due to this area of the site being built up to create a level platform
for greenhouses. Archaeological remains present may be well preserved on the site, due to the low
level of past impacts. Almost 80% of the site was covered with greenhouses, small ancillary buildings
and hard standing, with only the south-west corner remaining relatively undeveloped. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Worthing

(B.45.555)                                                                                TQ12100330
AIP database ID: {F0296BC2-F0E6-44DD-8024-0416E274784F}
Parish: GORING BY SEA                                                           Postal Code: BN131NS
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


WORTHING COLLEGE, BOLSOVER ROAD
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment. Worthing College, Bolsover Road, Worthing, West Sussex
Meager, R          London : CgMs, 2007, 34pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The study site was considered to have a low potential for the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic, a moderate to
high potential for the Neolithic and Bronze Age, a moderate potential for the Iron Age and Roman
periods and a low potential for the Anglo-Saxon and Medieval periods. Past post-depositional impacts
at the study site could be shown to have been severe on the western side of the site, as a result of the
construction of the college buildings. The proposed development was therefore likely to have an
archaeological impact, and it was therefore recommended that an evaluation should take place.
[Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.45.556)                                                                                TQ14800300
AIP database ID: {21B47B95-A21C-4477-8E05-15D94713329F}
Parish: WORTHING                                                                Postal Code: BN111BS
LAND AT NORTH STREET, WORTHING
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment. Land at North Street, Worthing, Sussex
Dale, R London : CgMs, 2008, 48pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
There were no Scheduled Ancient Monuments, Registered Parks and Gardens, or Historic Battlefields
within the study area. There were 74 Listed Buildings within 500m of the proposal site. There was no
intervisibility between the site and any of the Listed Buildings so there would be no adverse impact on
any of them. The site lay in the historic core of Worthing. The map regression exercise illustrated that
much of the site had only been developed since the late 19th century. The majority of the site had low
potential for archaeological remains because of this development, which is likely to have disturbed any
surviving archaeological remains. The proposal site was considered to be of moderate potential for the
discovery of post-medieval remains. Significant archaeological remains were not expected to be found.
Therefore, archaeological remains should not preclude development on the site and should not
constrain the development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.45.557)                                                                                TQ14900280
AIP database ID: {466FF592-5263-47AA-A8A9-434FB48CBACD}
                                                                                Postal Code: BN111BB
NORTHBROOK COLLEGE, UNION PLACE, WORTHING
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment, Northbrook College Union Place Worthing, West Sussex
Meager, R        London : CgMs, 2008, 39pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The study site was shown to have a moderate-high potential for the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age,
Roman, Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods. Past post-depositional impacts at the study site were
considered to be severe, localised within the footprint of the existing buildings. The proposed
development therefore had the potential to have an archaeological impact. A programme of trial
trenching was therefore proposed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                          Wokingham
Wokingham UA
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



(B.91.558)                                                                                  SU72606837
AIP database ID: {2BBFA8A8-A87B-4E4E-9AAB-793D6E6A162D}
Parish: Shinfield                                                                Postal Code: RG2 9DA
LAND AT SHINFIELD GLEBE, CHURCH LANE, SHINFIELD, WOKINGHAM
Land at Shinfield Glebe, Church Lane, Shinfield, Wokingham, Berkshire. An Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Hopkins, H         Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 23pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay on a geological outcrop not usually regarded as being of high archaeological potential. It
was, however, a large parcel of land and recent survey work in the environs had revealed a modest
range of archaeological finds and sites. The site lay adjacent to the historic core of Shinfield and also
contained an earthwork recorded as being a medieval moat, usually considered to be a manorial site or
hunting lodge complex. Identification as a moat was not confirmed and it was possible that the feature
was simply a clay extraction pit. It would be necessary to provide further information about the
potential of the site from field evaluation in order to draw up a scheme to mitigate the impact of
development on any archaeological deposits if necessary. Any mitigation required could involve
preservation in-situ by sympathetic landscape design, for example by the inclusion of zones of interest
as areas of public open space or nature conservation. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD

OASIS ID :no



(B.91.559)                                                                                  SU82806920
AIP database ID: {0D2766AC-4F22-42F6-AF6D-BB4170EEC295}
Parish: Wokingham                                                                 Postal Code: RG115PS
LAND AT BEAN OAK FARM HOUSE, BINFIELD ROAD, PLOUGH LANE
Land at Bean Oak Farm House, Binfield Road, Plough Lane, Wokingham. Interpretation of Aerial
Photographs for Archaeology
Cox, C Cambridge : Air Photo Services, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Air Photo Services
Study of aerial photographs found that the study area contained evidence for post-medieval land-use in
the form of linear features, the remnants of a wider system of either ploughing or water management.
Parts of the area were ploughed in the medieval period, along with the area to the immediate east of the
boundary of the study area. There was thought to be potential for some previously unrecorded
archaeological remains to be found during any development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.34.56)                                                                                   SP82706060
AIP database ID: {B59C0164-A602-430B-9FEE-1BE20C1EF2F1}
                                                                                 Postal Code: NN7 1NB
LAND AT 37 STATION ROAD, COGENHOE
Desk-based Assessment for Land at 37 Station Road Cogenhoe, Northamptonshire
Warner, A           Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 16pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
The site was currently a house and garden and no part of it fell within, or was adjacent to, a nationally
designated site (Listed Building, Scheduled Ancient Monument, Registered Battlefield or Historic Park
or Garden). There were two features noted in the Northamptonshire Historic Environment Record that
related to this site: a sand quarry which encompassed most of the rear of the site, and the site of York’s
Coach Garage which lay to the immediate west. The historic map evidence shows that the site was
already established as a sand pit or quarry by the first quarter of the 17th century, which would have
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


destroyed any earlier archaeological evidence for a substantial part of the site. The considerable depth
of the quarry was confirmed by a borehole survey undertaken to assess ground conditions for the
proposed development. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.91.560)                                                                                 SU80386850
AIP database ID: {E825FE9B-55B6-4768-B35A-7C7A1C921B67}
                                                                                Postal Code: RG112RE
WOKINGHAM HOSPITAL
Wokingham Hospital, Barkham Road, Wokingham, Berkshire. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Wallis, S         Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 12pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site lay beyond the historic core of Wokingham in an area of low archaeological potential, which
had been further diminished by previous extensive development on the site. There may have been
pockets of unaffected land, however, and should redevelopment of the site involve the demolition of
existing buildings, there may be a requirement for the photographic recording of these. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


                                       South West
                             Bath & North East Somerset
Bath and North East Some

(B.47.561)                                                                                 ST74966470
AIP database ID: {A73F5ED0-0E66-495F-976E-798E613D739E}
Parish: BATH                                                                     Postal Code: BA1 1SN
BELLOTT'S HOSPITAL, BEAU STREET, BATH
Bellott's Hospital, Beau Street, Bath. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Davenport, P      Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
A desk-based assessment was carried out relating to proposals for development at Bellott’s Hospital.
The objective of the assessment was to identify the nature and extent of the recorded archaeological
resource within both the site and its immediate environs and the effect of the proposals. The site was in
the historic core of Roman and medieval Bath and in an area known to contain significant
archaeological deposits. Major excavations revealing Roman remains had been carried out in the
immediate vicinity under the Gainsborough Building, on the site of the New Royal Baths and at least
two other points along Beau Street. These excavations all revealed Roman masonry buildings and other
deposits, although post-Roman deposits were restricted to shallow dark earth deposits, probably of
early medieval date, truncated medieval rubbish pits and post-medieval deposits and structures.
Observations took place in the basements of Bellott’s Hospital itself during works in 1999, which
revealed important Roman deposits, consisting of a street, multiple phases of substantial masonry and
probably timber buildings and the existence of a well preserved smithy of late Roman date. The Roman
deposits were covered by a thin layer of dark earth, sealed by the Victorian paving slabs. Part of the
deposits under the garden were also seen, which, being uncellared, seemed to span the early medieval
to post-medieval periods. The works in 1999 removed the dark earth and a small amount of the upper
Roman deposits, but also involved the excavation of service trenches through the deposits. The current
proposals involved the construction of a cut and cover tunnel across Bilbury Lane to link the basements
at the north-east corner of the Gainsborough Building with the opposite section of the basements of
Bellott’s. The levels of the basements relative to the street level required that tunnel be dropped to a
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


lower level than either basement, linked at each end by steps to make the transition. Given the depth of
the known archaeological remains, the tunnel may have had an impact on surviving deposits still in
existence in the two basements, and on the deposits under Bilbury Lane. A two-storey extension at the
rear [south] of the existing building at Bellott’s is not planned to have basements but given the better
apparent survival of deposits here, any foundations below 0.75m were likely to affect such buried
remains. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: RO

OASIS ID :no



(B.47.562)                                                                                 ST74616313
AIP database ID: {749DE729-3226-496F-8FC6-B92B3683AFAD}
                                                                                Postal Code: BA2 4RZ
GARDEN GROUND AT NO. 205 WELLSWAY
Garden Ground at No. 205 Wellsway. Archaeological Desk-top Study
The Historic Research Agency         Bath : The Historic Research Agency, 2008, 12pp, colour pls, figs,
refs
Work undertaken by: The Historic Research Agency
Since the mid 18th century, the site had been pastureland followed by garden ground after the
construction of No. 205 Wellsway around 1828. The three gate entrances seen in the west boundary
wall of the study site could date to between 1904 and 1928, though this could not be confirmed. A
fourth gate entrance was constructed post-1969. Obviously, they were intended for proposed houses on
the site which did not materialise. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2008/24

OASIS ID :no



(B.47.563)                                                                                 ST74636450
AIP database ID: {2A5666EC-2185-4C8D-8074-9DD4211AEFC7}
                                                                               Postal Code: BA2 3DW
GREEN PARK HOUSE
Hotel Application. Green Park House, Bath, BA1. County of Somerset and Bath. Archaeological
Desk-based Assessment
Barber, B & Rodenbusch, I           London : Museum of London Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Museum of London Archaeology
The area around the site had seen few archaeological investigations. The site had some potential to
contain remains dating to the prehistoric, particularly the Mesolithic. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.47.564)                                                                                 ST76306650
AIP database ID: {8527890E-1376-425D-9F01-14B6D4B3103F}
                                                                                Postal Code: BA1 6RX
HARVESTER SITE, GLOUCESTER ROAD, LAMBRIDGE
Harvester Site, Gloucester Road, Lambridge, Bath, Archaeological Assessment
Tindall, A        Bath : Archaeological Risk Management, 2009, 16pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Risk Management
It was concluded that there was no evidence of occupation on the site before the 20th century, and there
were more likely locations elsewhere for the fulling mills and dwellings mentioned in medieval
documents. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :no



(B.47.565)                                                                                    ST75096562
AIP database ID: {0C6D567F-5FD7-493C-81FE-5514A99FDE90}
                                                                                   Postal Code: BA1 5BY
T R HAYES CARPET SHOWROOM, LONDON STREET, BATH
An Archaeological Assessment of a Proposed Development Site at T R Hayes Carpet Showroom,
London Street, Bath
Watkins, K         Bath : Kim Watkins Archaeological Consultant, 2008, 29pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Kim Watkins Archaeological Consultant
There was some potential for Roman deposits to be present within the proposed development area. The
current proposals for redevelopment involved demolition of the 19th century vaults and the remnants of
several late 18th century and 19th century walls. There would be some limited truncation of the ground
level behind the vaults to build a new retaining wall. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2008/60

OASIS ID :no



(B.47.566)                                                                                    ST65975358
AIP database ID: {90FE125B-D599-460C-8E91-057EE88572FD}
Parish: Norton-Radstock                                                             Postal Code: BA3 2PB
LAND AT CAUTLETTS CLOSE, MIDSOMER NORTON
Land at Cautletts Close, Midsomer Norton, Bath and North East Somerset. Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Croxford, B         Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 15pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The assessment found that there were no recorded archaeological remains or finds within the study
arae, and that the area was farmed from at least the 19th century. Modern activity within the study area
was concentrated to the north-east and east of the site, althogh a small agricultural structure was built in
the site in the first half of the 20th century. Any surviving below ground remains were not thought to
have been of archaeological value. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.47.567)                                                                                    ST59826310
AIP database ID: {DD7B7E98-2D42-44A5-B141-998EACE3471B}
Parish: Stanton Drew                                                                Postal Code: BS184EJ
CHURCH FARM, STANTON DREW
An Archaeological and Historical Desk-top Survey of Church Farm, Stanton Drew
C. & N. Hollinrake Ltd. Glastonbury : C. & N. Hollinrake Ltd., 2009, 47pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: C. & N. Hollinrake Ltd.
The site of the proposed new dairy unit had been examined archaeologically on two occasions. The
installation of a new water mains pipe in 2007, recovered no archaeological features or finds from the
field. A field-walking operation in 2000 collected a total of 122 flints from the field, including cores,
flakes, tools and potboilers. The site of the proposed new dairy unit was not visible from the main
group of stone circles that stood to the east of the parish church. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment




                                         Bournemouth
Bournemouth UA

(B.51.568)                                                                                  SZ07279520
AIP database ID: {E6EC7BB6-437E-4908-88B0-E7593D92A7FB}
Parish: KINSON                                                                   Postal Code: BH105LF
KINGS HIGH SCHOOL, BOURNEMOUTH
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Kings High School, Bournemouth
Sparrow, P & Duffy, J      Cambridge : L-P: Archaeology, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: L-P: Archaeology
The study site remained undeveloped until the mid 20th century when a school was first built on the
site. The area of the school buildings were likely to have been heavily disturbed by building
foundations. The sports field would only be minimally disturbed by some landscaping. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                               Bristol
Bristol, City of UA

(B.54.569)                                                                                  ST56987142
AIP database ID: {F12E3B52-4A87-4C14-9F20-F566E09ED2C7}
Parish: BRISTOL                                                                    Postal Code: BS3 2EJ
ASHTON GATE STADIUM
Redevelopment of Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol Archaeological and Heritage Statement
(Desk-Based Assessment)
WSP Environmental Ltd. Basingstoke : WSP Environmental Ltd., 2009, 19pp, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: WSP Environmental Ltd.
The desk-based assessment indicated that the Site lay in an area of known high potential for
archaeological remains of pre-medieval date. From the medieval period onwards, the site lay within the
open (possibly pasture) lands as part of the Ashton Court Estate. The site remained largely
undeveloped throughout the medieval and industrial periods, although there was an increase in the
mineral exploitation of the wider area (mainly coal). After the lease of the land to the Football Club
from the Ashton Court Estate, the site and immediate surrounding area had remained in use by sporting
facilities. The stadium footprint itself was shown to have shifted early in the 20th century and there are
some references to at least four phases of reconstruction in the mid/late 20th century. Listed Buildings
are located near to the site, although it was not anticipated that the proposed development of the site
would have any detrimental impacts on their settings. Previous disturbance associated with the
construction and operation of the stadium and support buildings would have caused disturbance to any
archaeological remains that may have been present within its footprint within those areas where
foundations into existing ground were required. Due to the uncertain or low potential for significant
archaeological remains to be present within the site, and the minimal impact that the redevelopment
would have on archaeological remains, it was not anticipated that any further archaeological works
would be necessary within the area. Because of the potential interest in the stadium itself, it may have
been necessary to undertake a building recording survey on the stadium structure and also any
infrastructure dating to its earlier phases. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.34.57)                                                                                   SP76933977
AIP database ID: {3A394FD1-CDBE-4BD0-823D-62A059454124}
Parish: Deanshanger                                                             Postal Code: MK196HN
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


LAND OFF STRATFORD ROAD, DEANSHANGER
Land off Stratford Road, Deanshanger, Northamptonshire. Archaeological Desk- based Assessment
Blick, N Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
There was thought to be some potential for previously unrecorded late prehistoric and Roman
archaeological remains to occur within the site. Late prehistoric activity had been recorded at the
nearby Deanshanger villa, immediately to the south of the site, where Late Iron Age pottery and a
circular structure were identified. Late prehistoric settlement appeared to have been present
immediately to the east of the site, with possible enclosures and an associated field system identified
from aerial photographs. An extant section of the Buckingham Arm of the Grand Union Canal lay
immediately to the north of the site, with possible remnants of the canal existing below ground.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.54.570)                                                                                ST59607563
AIP database ID: {993AC814-1E93-491E-BBE8-4104EC7CE07D}
                                                                                Postal Code: BS7 9EX
BISHOPSTON PRIMARY SCHOOL
Bishopston Primary School, Bristol: Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Clarke, C & Carter, N     Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 49pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The proposed development site was within the Ashely Down Conservation Area and was adjacent to
five Grade II Listed Buildings. The assessment identified a single potential cultural heritage feature
within the boundary of the proposed development site, relating to the site of the late 19th/early 20th
century County Sports Ground. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 24848

OASIS ID :aocarcha1-71327



(B.54.571)                                                                                ST59277372
AIP database ID: {EE848582-8190-48EA-ACE3-1F077BF42D6D}
                                                                                Postal Code: BS2 8PS
BRUNSWICK CEMETERY, ST. PAUL'S
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of land at Brunswick Cemetery, St. Paul's, Bristol
Bristol & Region Archaeological Services Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2009,
41pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
The cemetery was landscaped for public amenity use in the early 1980s entailing the removal of many
of the grave memorials and laying out of paths. The ground in the north-east and south-east portions
also appeared to have been substantially made-up. A number of grave monuments were still visible in
the cemetery, some of which had Grade II Listed Status. The area presently occupied by the access
route on the north-west flank of the study area was originally occupied by buildings on the southern
side of the Wilder Street that appeared to have been present in the second half of the 18th century.
[Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 24773

OASIS ID :bristola1-56350



(B.54.572)                                                                                ST62607310
AIP database ID: {40E16442-9EE6-4E5F-91D8-C74130C70B5C}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


                                                                                  Postal Code: BS4 4BF
CREWS HOLE ROAD, ST. GEORGE
A Site on Crews Hole Road, St. George, Bristol. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Young, D         Kingswood : Avon Archaeological Unit, 2009, 34pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Avon Archaeological Unit
A trawl of the Bristol HER revealed only a single entry within the study area. Several records in the
environs dated to the 18th and 19th century. The identification of a possible part of the Roman road
between Bath and Seamills to the north near Summerhill Road and the retrieval of Palaeolithic flint
tools from intermittent gravel exposures. On the basis of the evidence gathered, it was concluded that
whilst the study area was located within part of a historically important area in the industrial
development of Bristol, the site itself remained largely undeveloped over this time and therefore was of
limited archaeological potential. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 24805

OASIS ID :avonarch1-62021



(B.54.573)                                                                               ST6081273876
AIP database ID: {F6C8A7FE-56B1-4926-A039-F7D3DDC2BBE0}
                                                                                  Postal Code: BS5 0HJ
LAND AT ADELAIDE PLACE, EASTON
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Adelaide Place, Easton, Bristol
Roper, S Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2009, 24pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
The site was first developed between 1842 and 1882, a date in the 1850s was most likely for the
building of terraced housing on the site to have taken place. There was no specific evidence to indicate
the use of the site prior to the 19th century, therefore fields or common land appeared to be the most
likely use. Archaeological deposits within the study area were unlikely to have escaped disturbance
completely, however, pockets of undisturbed deposits were possible. The archaeological potential of
the study area was limited, however if undisturbed archaeological deposits were present on the site, the
proposed development was likely to have a significant impact upon them. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :bristola1-62018



(B.54.574)                                                                                 ST57297294
AIP database ID: {C1A7738C-C89F-49BE-8664-2E9B02FB859A}
                                                                                 Postal Code: BS8 1BN
LAND AT CHESTERFIELD HOSPITAL, CLIFTON
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Chesterfield Hospital, Clifton Hill, Clifton,
Bristol
Roper, S Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2009, 32pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
The study area was located within the medieval settlement of Clifton, believed to have been in
existence from the 9th century. Relatively little was known about the medieval origins of the
settlement, much of the area being redeveloped in the 18th century. The main house of Clifton Court
and the stable block were built in 1742 for Martha Goldney and Nehemiah Champion II. Additional
structures were added in the 19th century. The garden to the rear of the main house did not appear to
have had any substantial buildings built upon it until the 20th century when the property was converted
to a nursing home. Archaeological deposits within the study area are unlikely to have escaped
disturbance completely, however, large pockets of undisturbed deposits are possible. Deposits located
within the gardens of the main house are likely to have experienced the least disturbance. In these areas
sealed medieval and early post-medieval deposits may still be found which could provide an insight
into the use of the study area during these periods, and thus the development of the medieval village of
Clifton. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


SMR primary record number: 24818

OASIS ID :bristola1-65666



(B.54.575)                                                                                 ST60837282
AIP database ID: {978AD913-ABE4-4EDF-BA9B-F707E4A32C09}
                                                                                 Postal Code: BS5 9TD
LAND OCCUPIED BY WINSTANLEY HOUSE, HOLMES STREET, BARTON HILL
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land Occupied by Winstanley House,
Holmes Street, Barton Hill, Bristol
Longman, T        Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
An archaeological desk-based assessment was carried out at ‘Winstanley House’, Holmes Road in
Barton Hill. The group of inter-connected two-storey residential buildings (Nos. 1-33 Winstanley
House) had occupied the site since 1972. Until the early 1970s and construction of the present
buildings the study area was occupied by an 18th/19th century cottage (later subdivided) on Barton Hill
Lane (later Queen Ann Road) and late 19th century terraced housing fronting on Holmes Street,
Goulter Street and Queen Ann Road. Prior to construction of the terraced houses from the late
1870s/early 1880s, the study area lay within two fields to the south of Barton Hill Lane (now Queen
Ann Road). They were known, in 1847, as "Garden land" (probably referring to its use for market
gardening) and "House & land". The latter areal unit was shown on plans from 1828 onwards as
including a dwelling. Planning permission was granted in December 1971 for the "erection of 32
elderly persons dwellings on two storeys, together with common room, laundry and warden’s
bungalow". A trawl of the Historic Environment Record (BHER) showed no archaeological entries
(excluding the current project) within the study area. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :bristola1-57259



(B.54.576)                                                                                 ST56837377
AIP database ID: {FCE7116C-0A44-4256-8682-091300586F8E}
                                                                                 Postal Code: BS8 3HP
NORTHWICK VILLA, NO. 6 COLLEGE FIELDS, CLIFTON,
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Northwick Villa, No. 6 College Fields, Clifton, Bristol
Longman, T       Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2009, 39pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
An archaeological desk-based assessment was carried out at "Northwick Villa", 6 College Fields in
Clifton. Documentary and cartographic evidence indicated that the existing house had occupied the site
since c.1871. Until it's construction, the study area lay in farmland within a small field on the edge of
Durdham Down known in 1746 and 1844 as "Three Acres West Ground" and in 1867 as "Little West
Ground". In 1867 the study area was described in an Indenture Agreement involving the sale of land by
Francis Adams, Gent. To James Rowe Shorland, Builder. The present house was built within the study
area in 1871. From 1872 until 1933 the three-storey detached house was a private residence, but in
February 1933 it was bought by Clifton College. In 1947 the building was being used by Bristol City
Council as ‘City Engineer & Surveyors’ offices. In 1951 it was subdivided into flats. The house
became a private residence again in August 2000 when the school sold the property . The current
owners, bought the property in 2006. Planning permission was subsequently granted in 2007 for the
conversion of the ground floor flat into offices, with the first and second floors comprising the living
accommodation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :bristola1-53998
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



(B.54.577)                                                                                  ST59897301
AIP database ID: {E3955711-69FE-46C3-8AD5-7223AE0A63A4}
                                                                                  Postal Code: BS2 0LA
SITE AT THE CORNER OF MIDLAND ROAD AND HORTON STREET, ST.
PHILIPS
Site at the Corner of Midland Road and Horton Street, St. Philips, Bristol. Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Willis, A          Kingswood : Avon Archaeological Unit, 2009, 27pp, colour pls, figs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Avon Archaeological Unit
It was concluded that the site consisted of open agricultural or horticultural land until the early 19th
century, after which it was successively developed for a public house and residential properties.
Modern development as a service station is likely to have further impacted on any buried remains
present on the site. Accordingly, on the basis of the documentary sources consulted for the project, the
study area was considered to have low potential for the survival of significant buried archaeological
deposits. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 24767

OASIS ID :avonarch1-55825



(B.54.578)                                                                                  ST56287180
AIP database ID: {69A1B932-CFBB-4A95-BFD8-A1B1B0D3FE1E}
                                                                                   Postal Code: BS3 2JT
THE FORMER MILKING PARLOUR, KENNEL LODGE ROAD, BOWER ASHTON
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of The Former Milking Parlour, Kennel Lodge Road, Bower
Ashton, Bristol
Bristol & Region Archaeological Services Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2009,
25pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
A desk-based assessment found the milking parlour had long been part of the Ashton Court Estate,
which the Smyth family owned from the mid 16th century until 1946. In probably the early 19th
century, a rectangular building was erected as a smithy. This was followed, after 1842, but before 1865,
by a milking parlour with neo-Tudor type façade, built on the south-east side of the smithy, partly on
the site of an earlier small shed. Finally, a small south-west one-room extension was added, no long
before the First World War. Both of the larger structures were roofless for many years, but the
extension remained in reasonable condition. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 24762
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.54.579)                                                                                  ST58737045
AIP database ID: {A0E8EA98-00E7-4D93-98CD-6C2014662896}
                                                                                   Postal Code: BS3 5JN
TWO SITES IN KNOWLE WEST, BRISTOL, AT NOVERS COMMON AND AT
KINGSWEAR AND TORPOINT ROADS
Two Sites in Knowle West, Bristol, at Novers Common and at Kingswear and Torpoint Roads.
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Willis, A & Young, D       Kingswood : Avon Archaeological Unit, 2009, 41pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Avon Archaeological Unit
On the basis of the evidence gathered, it was concluded that Area 2 and the south-western half of Area
1 at Kingswear and Torpoint roads where terracing for housing had occurred had little potential for the
survival of buried archaeological remains. The recent historic use of the land in the north-east of Area 1
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


for agriculture and as allotment gardens suggested there was greater potential for the survival of
undisturbed buried archaeological deposits at this location. This was supported by the relict hedge line,
a long-lived landscape feature possibly following a former stream course that crossed Area 1. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 24785

OASIS ID :avonarch1-58800


Wellingborough

(B.34.58)                                                                                   SP87606570
AIP database ID: {D26DC7FA-B936-41DD-8109-8BDA6F783B57}
Parish: Great Doddington                                                         Postal Code: NN8 2DR
LAND AT WILBY GRANGE, WELLINGBOROUGH
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Wilby Grange, Wellingborough,
Northamptonshire
Walker, C          Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 14pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
There were few known archaeological remains within the development area, however, a number of
sites within the vicinity may have had the potential to extend into the site, including probable
prehistoric settlement and the route of a possible Roman road. The remains of a deserted medieval
settlement lay in the western part of the application area, probably known as Doddington Thorpe. Map
evidence suggested that the site had been in agricultural use since at least the post-medieval period.
[Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no



(B.54.580)                                                                                 ST59217103
AIP database ID: {C2FC4119-7F04-4A22-B288-6950A63E2738}
                                                                                  Postal Code: BS3 4QS
VICTORIAL PARK COMMUNITY INFANT SCHOOL, ST. JOHN'S LANE,
BEDMINSTER, BRISTOL
Victorial Park School, Bristol. Initial Site Heritage Appraisal
AOC Archaeology Group Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 13pp, figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The site did not lay within close proximity to any currently known statutory or non-statutory protected
heritage features that were likely to constrain proposed design works. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.54.581)                                                                                 ST53807770
AIP database ID: {89F980CB-4376-4BE8-8C59-A6A0923EBC84}
                                                                                 Postal Code: BS110LP
WESTON PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL & BLUEBELL VALLEY NURSERY
Weston Park Primary School & Bluebell Valley Nursery, Bristol. Initial Site Heritage Appraisal
AOC Archaeology Group Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The two school buildings were located in the centre of the site, with extensive grassed playing fields to
the south and hard-standing playgrounds and car parking to the north. Another small further
playground was located to the east of the school buildings with a sports court and a nature conservation
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


area, including a small pond, to the west of the buildings. The site did not contain, or lay within, any
currently known statutory protected heritage features that were likely to constrain proposed design
works. A detached section of the Grade II Registered Park and Garden of Kings Weston House was
located adjacent to the site, to the south-east. Any proposed development works would need to respect
the character and setting of this Registered Park and Garden. A review of cartographic evidence
suggested the site remained undeveloped prior to the construction of the original school buildings
during the early 1960s, which remained extant on the site. The post-medieval settlement of Kings
Weston, thought to originate in the medieval period, is located to the north-west and west of the school
site. The site may have lain within the agricultural hinterland of the settlement during the medieval to
post-medieval periods. Based on the evidence there was considered to be a medium to high potential
for encountering significant archaeological evidence dating to the Roman periods within the bounds of
the proposed development site and a low potential for encountering significant archaeological evidence
dating to all other periods. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no

                                             Cornwall
Caradon

(B.15.582)                                                                                   SX27507050
AIP database ID: {3BC9D275-5D1E-4849-B12B-99A3DC9A7E7B}
Parish: Linkinhorne                                                                Postal Code: PL145LT
CARADON HILL AREA HERITAGE PROJECT MINES
Caradon Hill Area Heritage Project Mines, Cornwall. Impact Assessment Report for Proposed
Building Conservation Works Within a Scheduled Monument and World Heritage Site
Buck, C Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009, 82pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
Assessment of the site's potential was carried out at the Caradon Hill area. The Caradon mines were
nationally important mine sites, and a significant portion of the late 19th century mining landscape was
Scheduled. The whole site was located within the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World
Heritage Site. It was proposed that building conservation and safety fencing works should be
undertaken at certain sites within the project area. This included the sites of 15 visible engine houses of
varying condition, and a number of boiler houses and chimney stacks. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.15.583)                                                                                   SX41266078
AIP database ID: {735A3D4D-88F1-4B88-86A6-B9357D0CCCDE}
Parish: Saltash                                                                   Postal Code: PL126NR
PROPOSED NEW 132KV OVERHEAD ELECTRICITY CABLE BETWEEN
LANDULPH AND MILEHOUSE, NEAR BOTUSFLEMING
A Proposed New 132kv Overhead Electricity Cable between Landulph and Milehouse,
near Botusfleming, Cornwall. Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Assessment
Valentin, J, Chandler, J & Cox, P Bradninch : AC archaeology, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AC archaeology
An archaeology and cultural heritage assessment of a proposed overhead power cable on land between
Landulph and Milehouse, near Botusfleming, was prepared. The cable route passed through an
undulating agricultural landscape dominated by pasture, and characterised by a pattern of fields and
woodland that had changed little since the middle ages. While there were no known archaeological
sites directly affected by the scheme, in one field crossed by the route shattered pebbles possibly of
prehistoric date had been previously found. Possibly of more significance were a series of field names
transcribed from the various parish tithe apportionments. These included a "Barn Field", a "Brick
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Field" and "Blackhavens". The two former names were self-explanatory, but the element "Black"
within a field name often indicates settlement or industrial activity in the area. The cable was to be
supported by a number of wooden poles and therefore the impact on any hitherto unrecorded buried
archaeological remains was likely to be minor and highly localised. One of the supports was located
near to Moditonham House lodges and gate piers. These were Grade II Listed Buildings. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.15.584)                                                                                SX25257137
AIP database ID: {BDFA7C52-A4C6-47AE-9230-A51910A76322}
Parish: St. Cleer                                                               Postal Code: PL146ED
THE HURLERS
The Hurlers, Cornwall. Archaeological Assessment & Scoping Study
Nowakowski J, Gould J, Gossip J & Buck C Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall
County Council, 2009, 85pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
The Hurlers, a triple stone circle monument that was one of Cornwall’s most famous and most visited
prehistoric monuments, was assessed. It was located at Minions, on south-east Bodmin Moor. Over the
centuries the monument had stood in a variable condition and had been sketched, planned and
described by a variety of commentators and was the focus for much antiquarian interest. In the mid
1930s the site was taken into guardianship and was partially restored. Details of the excavations which
took place as part of this restoration programme were never published. This report presented the results
of an assessment of a wide range of historical sources alongside an appraisal of unpublished archival
material relating to the 1930s excavations and restoration programme. A new survey of the monument
was also carried out. There was now a considerable amount of new information about the Hurlers
which could be drawn together to inform future fieldwork, provide a detailed account of the past
restoration of the monument as well as fed into long-term management and conservation plans.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PR

OASIS ID :no


Carrick

(B.15.585)                                                                                SW80903280
AIP database ID: {9AEC8DC3-3124-46EA-B5D4-5554049081A4}
Parish: Falmouth                                                                Postal Code: TR113DT
THE CHURCH STREET CAR PARK, FALMOUTH
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of The Church Street Car Park, Falmouth
Enviros Consulting Ltd. Shrewsbury : Enviros Consulting Ltd., 2009, 186pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Enviros Consulting Ltd.
A desk-based assessment was carried out of the Church Street Car Park Site and surrounding area. The
assessment established the site was located within the Falmouth Conservation Area. There were two
recorded archaeological features on the Site, one relating to Fish Strand Quay, a Grade II Listed
Building, while the other related to Falmouth gasworks, present on the site from the 1820s to 1960s.
The assessment also identified other features of archaeological and historical potential such as a “Race
for Glory” monument, which commemorated an historic event when two naval officers races to deliver
the news of the Battle of Trafalgar, the harbour walls which formed the eastern boundary of the site,
and a post which was located within the north-western corner of the site and was thought to have been
constructed when the gasworks was in operation. A considerable number of Listed Buildings and
archaeological features were also identified around the site. Some of these Listed Buildings were
located along Church Street while one building, 59 Church Street, was one of the properties which lay
adjacent to the western boundary of the site. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.15.586)                                                                                 SW87493529
AIP database ID: {30C10BEA-4220-4F58-B01F-546766B75516}
Parish: Gerrans                                                                   Postal Code: TR2 5HR
GERRANS ALLOTMENT SITE
Gerrans Allotment Site, Cornwall. Archaeological Assessment
Lawson-Jones, A Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009,
32pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
The assessment located eight sites within the area of the assessment, and 12 field boundaries. The sites
included a former small field enclosure and two associated structures, trackways, a range of east to
west aligned allotments first mapped in 1880, roadside quarries, a modern track and building and a
roadside structure of uncertain date and function. Most of these were likely to have left no remains,
while others were not significant. However, of the twelve boundaries identified within the study area,
seven have been shown to be essentially unchanged since they were mapped on the Tithe map in 1843.
These were of potential medieval origin and formed a remnant part of the field systems surrounding
Gerrans and Portscatho. It was not known whether the use of the area as allotments will have caused
significantly deep disturbance. Given the site’s proximity to medieval, Bronze Age and Early Neolithic
activity, and the fact that the area had remained essentially unaltered since the Tithe map, there was the
potential for buried archaeological remains to exist within the study area, which would require
recording. It was recommended that a watching brief should take place during topsoil stripping across
the site. In addition it was recommended that the seven Tithe mapped boundaries were recorded in
section if breached or removed. This could involve sampling of buried soils, which would then require
analysis. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, UD, PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.15.587)                                                                                 SW74554209
AIP database ID: {377F834C-11A6-4020-9856-BC946DEBD147}
Parish: Gwennap                                                                   Postal Code: TR165JA
STRUCTURES AT TAYLOR'S AND DAVEY'S SHAFTS, CONSOLIDATED MINES
Structures at Taylor's and Davey's Shafts, Consolidated Mines, Cornwall. Archaeological
Assessment in Advance of Consolidation Works
Sharpe, A          Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009,
69pp, colour pls, figs,tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
The structures under consolidation primarily comprised the 85" pumping house engine and the remains
of the whim serving Taylors Shaft, as well as the all indoor beam whim engine which had worked
Davey's Shaft. The engine houses and chimney had suffered from long standing neglect. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.15.588)                                                                               SW7197351287
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: ST. AGNES
OASIS Record: Woodlands Chalets, St Agnes, Cornwall, Archaeological Assessment
Woodlands Chalets, St Agnes, Cornwall, Archaeological Assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                         Desk-based Assessment


Historic Environment, Cornwall Council      Truro : Historic Environment, Cornwall Council, 2009,
A4 bound document
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment, Cornwall Council
HE was commissioned by Laurence Associates on behalf of The Point Cornwall Ltd to undertake an
archaeological assessment of an area of land at Woodland Chalets on the northern side of St Agnes in
Cornwall. The site, centred at NGR SW 71958 31359, lies wit

SMR primary record number: 1509553

OASIS ID :cornwall2-67711



(B.15.589)                                                                                    SW71705120
AIP database ID: {20374E32-C7B2-471E-88F8-04987C7C7AF6}
Parish: St. Agnes                                                                   Postal Code: TR5 0YH
WOODLANDS CHALETS, REPPER’S COOMBE, ST. AGNES
Woodlands Chalets, Repper’s Coombe, St. Agnes, Cornwall. Archaeological Assessment
Sturgess, J         Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009,
39pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
The site lay within the World Heritage Site for Cornish mining and occupied an area that was worked
during the late 18th and 19th century as part of Wheal Primrose and Wheal Turnavore mines. These
mines subsequently became incorporated into West Pink mine and later Wheal Friendly, Polberro and
West Kitty tin mines which were worked until the early years of the 20th century. The layout of the
area set on a steep slope included small terraced enclosures, hedge boundaries, revetments and paths
which have changed very little since 1880 and two 19th century buildings remained in situ (sites 40 and
36). Three shafts and areas of dumped mine waste in the southern half of the site were also still visible
from the surface. Fifty-eight sites were identified by this assessment within the study area. They
included the site of Wheal Primrose mine, the potential site of an engine house, three known mine
shafts, at least three more potential mine shafts and prospecting pits, the site of a mine building, the site
of 19th century cottages, two in situ 19th century buildings and a series of 18th or 19th century terraced
plots with associated revetment walls and Cornish hedges which were likely to have been associated
with mining activity. Recommendations for further archaeological work included a watching brief
during any geotechnical trenching carried out to assess the mining remains, a watching brief during any
shaft capping works and an evaluation of the site once occupied by Wheal Primrose prior to
development to determine the presence/absence of the remains of an engine house and locate any
remains of the mine building here shown on the Tithe map of c1840. Results of the evaluation would
determine the need for any further archaeological work in this area. It was also suggested that existing
revetment walls, Cornish hedges and terraced plots shown on the c1880 OS map should be retained
wherever possible. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.34.59)                                                                                      SP88206510
AIP database ID: {7E92C508-7220-470E-9126-A7104F0056C1}
                                                                                   Postal Code: NN297UU
LAND OFF THE RIDGE, GREAT DODDINGTON
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land off The Ridge, Great Doddington,
Northamptonshire
Walker, C         Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 11pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
There were no known archaeological remains within the development area, however, a number of sites
within the vicinity may have had the potential to extend into the site. These included Iron Age and
Roman settlement remains and a possible Early/Middle Saxon settlement. Map evidence suggested that
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


the site had been in agricultural use since at least the post-medieval period, probably associated with
Top Farm. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.15.590)                                                                                 SW83934604
AIP database ID: {F21136EB-C626-4C55-B8C0-0599E86968AC}
Parish: St. Clement                                                                Postal Code: TR1 1RJ
TRURO EASTERN PARK AND RIDE SCHEME
Truro Eastern Park and Ride Scheme, Cornwall. Archaeological Assessment
Lawson-Jones, A Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009,
59pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
An archaeological assessment of the proposed Truro East Park and Ride Scheme, focused around the
main A390 and A39 junction on the eastern side of Truro was carried out. The assessment looked at a
group of eight fields, the three largest of which were earmarked for the Park and Ride scheme itself. A
number of sites were identified in the immediate vicinity. These included a number of medieval farm
settlement sites, some with potential early medieval or earlier origins, with associated fields extending
in to the project area and post-medieval urban and communication [road] related sites. On the
immediate northern periphery of the project area was the Scheduled site of Polwhele Castle, an Iron
Age or Roman “round” [settlement] with associated field systems to the north and south, pits, a round
house and a kiln site. The southern portion of the field system appeared to extend in to the project area,
and it was expected that as yet unidentified features related to both the round and the other medieval or
earlier settlement sites would also do so. The whole project area fell within a landscape that had been
classified as Anciently Enclosed Land, which comprised a history of settlement since at least medieval
times and frequently contained archaeological remains dating to the prehistoric and the medieval
period. Sites identified within the actual project area, identified by the desk-based study and the
walkover survey, included: one site possibly of Regional Importance, a cropmark; fourteen sites of
Local Importance including an 1842 mapped quarry, an 1880 structure, removed potential medieval
boundaries, mounds, lanes and roads, low-lying waterlogged areas with internal elements, scratching
post and a steep slope altered by human activity, potentially since prehistoric times; and eight sites
which were either natural features or non-antiquities, including modern agricultural features likely to
leave some trace below topsoil. There were, in addition, two sites which had not been graded. These
comprised small intrusive blocks of housing and the parish boundary, which followed a post 1880
route. A geophysical survey identified a significant number of subsurface features and alignments,
including former Cornish hedge boundaries, a range of differently shaped and dated enclosures, plus
other medieval or earlier field system elements and potential pits. A specific curvilinear enclosure and
related anomalies may have been of particular significance. In addition, some of the features identified
by geophysical survey in Areas 1 and 2 may have been directly related to Polwhele Castle. The
potential for related find scatters was moderately high. The archaeological significance of the area
largely related to its character as Anciently Enclosed Land, in particular the survival of ditch
boundaries and field patterns largely unchanged since the mid 19th century, the evidence for the below-
ground survival of archaeological features demonstrated by the geophysical survey [probably including
prehistoric field systems and quite probably prehistoric settlements], and the likely association of
remains with the Scheduled site of Polwhele Castle. The impact of the proposed development was
assessed and mitigation measures put forward. These included a programme of evaluation trenching
and a controlled topsoil strip. Further mitigation measures, in the form of detailed excavation, may be
required, dependent on the results of further evaluation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Kerrier

(B.15.591)                                                                                 SW65704010
AIP database ID: {C2D2876E-2A40-40E4-AD0F-DCE8201CC375}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Parish: Camborne                                                                Postal Code: TR148XH
WHEAL HARRIETT SHAFT, DOLCOATH, CAMBORNE
Wheal Harriett Shaft, Dolcoath, Camborne, Cornwall. Conservation Statement
Warden, A & Thorpe, S Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council,
2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
An assessment was carried out as part of a project to relocate historic mining machinery to Wheal
Harriett Shaft, a Grade II Listed engine house and mine site. Listed Building Consent has been granted
for these works subject to a condition requiring a Conservation Statement to examine the conservation
needs and resource implications of any project affecting historic assets in the Council’s ownership and
care. This Conservation Statement was focussed on how the relocation of the historic mining
machinery affected the Council’s responsibilities. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.15.592)                                                                                 SW80702230
AIP database ID: {79F855DC-573E-42BB-86C4-4FF7DE842FD0}
Parish: St. Keverne                                                             Postal Code: TR126QW
DEAN QUARRY, ST. KEVERNE, CORNWALL
Dean Quarry, St. Keverne, Cornwall. Review of Mineral Planning Permission. A Cultural Heritage
Assessment
Lang Hall Archaeology Reading : Lang Hall Archaeology, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Lang Hall Archaeology
The existing gabbro quarry at the site was a result of quarrying activity commencing c.100 years ago.
However, intense working only commenced in 1946, resulting in the footprint visible at the time of
assessment. The surrounding area was found to have been moderately rich in prehistoric settlement and
burial activity, as well as abundant medieval settlement, with a number of original manors and hamlets
surviving. The majority of the quarry had either been extracted, or was in the process of being
extracted. There was not thought to be any reasonable archaeological objections to its continuing
operation. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no


Penwith

(B.15.593)                                                                                 SW59203740
AIP database ID: {61D27EC9-910A-4234-9847-45072369111A}
Parish: Gwinear-Gwithian                                                         Postal Code: TR275JY
HERLAND FARM, GWINEAR
Herland Farm, Gwinear, Cornwall. Archaeological Assessment
Gossip, J          Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009,
41pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
The development area, although lying outside the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, had been
recorded as being part of the former Herland Mine in an area of very ancient mining. Twenty sites were
identified by this assessment although some of these lay outside the study area. The extant site layout
included the partial remains of spoil heaps derived from mining activity which began at least as early as
the beginning of the 18th century, although most of these had been levelled. The southern boundary
marked the enclosures first recorded on the Tithe Map of circa 1840, whilst the north-eastern edge of
the site contained the significant remains of a WWII anti-aircraft battery and personnel base. Two
shafts (one of which was open) and their associated waste dumps were visible at surface within the
development area. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO

OASIS ID :cornwall2-67264



(B.15.594)                                                                                 SW58373459
AIP database ID: {56CCC9E1-2488-4461-A0D6-0721F32557A9}
Parish: St. Erth                                                                 Postal Code: TR276EH
CONKER BURROWS [WEST WHEAL PROVIDENCE], FRADDAM
Conker Burrows [West Wheal Providence], Fraddam, Cornwall. Archaeological Assessment
Sharpe, A          Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009,
34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
An assessment was carried out at Wheal Bottoms, a copper and tin mine within the Cornwall and West
Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site. The survey strongly suggested that there had been an
early and undocumented phase of outcrop working throughout the whole of the site, continuing on to
the south-west, along its north-western boundary. Subsequent episodes of mining during the mid 19th
century had utilised a small number of deep shafts, again set close to the position of the lode outcrop.
No traces of the documented engine houses and other structures were found, although extensive
spreads of tailings and sands suggested the locations of the mine dressing floors. All of the shafts were
found to be choked near surface. It was concluded that that archaeological value of the site had been
very considerably diminished by post-abandonment activities, and that the top soiling of the site and
subsequent tree planting was unlikely to result in the loss of significant archaeological information,
although the character of this former lining landscape would be considerably changed by this activity.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Restormel

(B.15.595)                                                                                 SW82006220
AIP database ID: {834F7F1A-ADD3-49CB-91A2-9894AD894E0B}
Parish: Newquay                                                                  Postal Code: TR7 2RR
BARROWFIELDS, NEWQUAY
Barrowfields, Newquay, Cornwall. Archaeological Assessment
Parkes, C          Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009,
71pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
The Barrowfields project was designed to record and discuss the archaeological resource and potential
of the area, with proposals and guidance for further archaeological and historical research, and initial
recommendations for the long-term management of the site. The predominant archaeological features
of the Barrowfields were the barrows which gave the site its name, laid out in a roughly linear group
along the cliff tops like scattered links of a chain, part worn away in modern times and part buried.
These were dated to the Early Bronze Age. The assessment identified factors relevant to the protection,
enhancement and use of the Barrowfields. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: EBA

OASIS ID :no



(B.15.596)                                                                                 SX01905580
AIP database ID: {6E57F35F-77CC-4C74-9130-5D60D4FA8428}
Parish: Treverbyn                                                                Postal Code: PL268XL
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


CHINA CLAY REGENERATION SITE AT WEST CARCLAZE
A China Clay Regeneration Site at West Carclaze, Mid Cornwall. Archaeology and Cultural
Heritage Assessment
Sims, R & Stanier, P        Bradninch : AC archaeology, 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AC archaeology
A total of twenty nine archaeological and historic sites were identified within the study area.
Recommendations for all sites were made. The pre-industrial sites within the study area where further
survey/investigation was likely to be required (subject to determination of any impacts) were listed.
This list was not definitive, as previously undeveloped land may yet contain the potential for the
survival of hitherto unrecorded archaeological remains of any period. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.15.597)                                                                                  SX02335436
AIP database ID: {7D764A39-16CE-4C2A-9E4D-666267CA87D5}
                                                                                  Postal Code: PL254EN
LAND AT GOLPHIN FARM, CARCLAZE, ST. AUSTELL
Land at Golphin Farm, Carclaze, St. Austell, Cornwall. Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Assessment
Hughes, S, Stanier, P & Valentin, J Bradninch : AC archaeology, 2009, 30pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AC archaeology
There were no pre-industrial archaeological sites at Golphin Farm, with the farmhouse itself
constructed in the second half of the 19th century. Prior to this the site lay within unenclosed moorland.
The importance of Golphin Farm lay in its close association with Carclaze Old Tin Pit which lay
c.500m upslope and was said to have been in full work for tin in the 15th century. It grew to become
one of the largest and certainly the most famous of the Cornish open tin workings of the 18th and early
19th century. The site was crossed below ground by an early 18th century canal tunnel connecting
Carclaze Old Tin Pit with stamps and floors used for dressing the ore, located to the south of the farm.
The tunnel was believed to be the oldest underground canal in Britain and, although it went out of use
after the entrance collapsed in the 1730s, its subsequent refurbishment for a tramway prolonged its life
until the late 1920s before being finally abandoned. The site was crossed at surface level from north to
south by a meandering shallow gully, which clearly descended from the Carclaze Pit direction. This
could be an increasingly rare example of a late medieval or early post-medieval tin streaming site.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no

                                               Devon
East Devon

(B.18.598)                                                                                SY30659989,
AIP database ID: {C7595E1D-513A-4AC7-89F1-8E4CA4E5429D}                                   SY29959930,
                                                                                          SY25129252,
                                                                                           SY24849102
Parish: Axminster, Colyton, Seaton                                              Postal Code: EX246QQ,
                                                                                 EX135RW, EX137LH,
                                                                                             EX122XW
THE STOP LINE WAY MULTI-USER PATH, SEATON TO COLYFORD AND
CLOAKHAM LAWN TO WEYCROFT
The Stop Line Way Multi-User Path, Seaton to Colyford and Cloakham Lawn to Weycroft, East
Devon. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Fairclough, T, Hawtin, T & Pegg, F Wincanton : Context One Archaeological Services, 2010, 57pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: Context One Archaeological Services
The evidence collated during the assessment revealed that there was a high potential for the survival of
archaeological remains within both areas of the proposed path. Map regression evidence showed that
the site has had few previous impacts and had been largely pasture or arable fields since at least the late
18th century, mapping suggested that this date could extend back to the late medieval period. A small
number of structures and features were identified on the maps but, with the exception of large areas of
excavation such as pits and quarries, these would have had little impact on any potential earlier
archaeological remains. Between Seaton and Colyford, the proposed route of the multi-user path
crossed an area where salt-working took place in the 18th century, and possibly earlier.
Palaeoenvironmental deposits were located in the area of Seaton Marshes and there was a high
potential for the preservation of organic material here, such as waterlogged wooden artefacts should
they exist. The area around Colyford Common also contained remnants of complicated land divisions
that evidence the high value of the land associated with the production of salt-hay in the medieval and
post-medieval periods. Boundary stones and posts may still be present in situ but none were identified
during the walkover survey. Both areas passed close to the remains of the World War II Taunton Stop
Line. Running between Bridgwater and Axmouth, this was one of more than 50 defensive lines
protecting England. It was constructed in 1940 but was never fully operational. Although some of the
associated structures and features of the defences have been lost, many of them still survive,
particularly in the Weycroft area. There was some data to suggest that evidence relating to the
prehistoric and Roman periods might also be found along the cycle route but this was based on limited
evidence well beyond the study areas. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :contexto1-66217



(B.18.599)                                                                                   SY00048093
AIP database ID: {B029A0D1-15F6-4C2E-AFD7-DFA3EBFD1CE6}
Parish: Exmouth                                                                   Postal Code: EX8 1AG
PROPOSED EXMOUTH STRAND ENHANCEMENT SCHEME
Archaeological Assessment of Proposed Exmouth Strand Enhancement Scheme, Exmouth, Devon
Exeter Archaeology        Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
The assessment indicated that the site area was not settled in the medieval period and was not
reclaimed and developed until the post-medieval period. Although no previous excavations or
observations had taken place in the immediate vicinity, potential archaeological deposits were noted
and categorised according to date and likely depth. In view of the above, and the relatively low level of
proposed ground disturbance, the potential archaeological impact of this scheme was considered to be
low. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.17.6)                                                                                     SK44806120
AIP database ID: {9F84970A-1858-49ED-AC71-DC8FD6A9E89C}
Parish: Tibshelf                                                                  Postal Code: DE555LF
LAND OFF MANSFIELD ROAD, TIBSHELF
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land off Mansfield Road, Tibshelf, Derbyshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 36pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment found that the site lay close to archaeological remains of a Bronze Age site, however,
the entire area may have been an open-cast mine during the 1960s. There was therefore thought to be a
low potential for archaeological remains of all periods to be discovered during groundworks on the site.
[Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


OASIS ID :no



(B.34.60)                                                                                   SP87506670
AIP database ID: {DD781CE2-0120-4EEE-BCB1-C4414461AFC4}
Parish: WELLINGBOROUGH                                                           Postal Code: NN8 3GZ
LAND OFF NORTHAMPTON ROAD, WELLINGBOROUGH
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of land off Northampton Road, Wellingborough
Northamptonshire. July 2009
Walker, C          Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
An archaeological desk-based assessment was undertaken of land off Northampton Road,
Wellingborough. There were no nationally designated monuments within the site (Listed Building,
Scheduled Ancient Monument, Registered Battlefield or Historic Park or Garden). There were two
monuments lying within the site recorded on Northamptonshire’s Historic Environment Record. One
listed the field names for the area, that for the site being Wedgebury Brook Close; the other indicated
survival of ridge and furrow earthworks in all three of the fields. Map evidence, along with the ridge
and furrow earthworks, suggested that the site had been in agricultural use since at least the post-
medieval period. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.18.600)                                                                                 SY00008347
AIP database ID: {E06B589D-37FA-404D-93E1-95A0786D5879}
Parish: Lympstone                                                                Postal Code: EX8 3NU
LAND AT COURTLANDS CROSS, EXMOUTH
Land at Courtlands Cross, Exmouth, Devon. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blackwell, R      Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 24pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The assessment found that no archaeological finds or features were recorded within the site, however,
the topographic location comprising a plateau overlooking the Exe Estuary would have been attractive
to early settlement, and there may have been some potential for previously unrecorded prehistoric and
Roman features within the site. The road bounding the southern edge of the site, Courtlands Lane, was
thought to preserve the line of a prehistoric trackway. It was advised that any potential development of
the site would be accompanied by a planning condition relating to archaeology. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.18.601)                                                                                 SY01409390
AIP database ID: {44A010B4-B631-4117-AA70-07EC624B0C41}
Parish: Rockbeare                                                                Postal Code: EX5 2AX
EXETER AIRPORT
Exeter Airport, Devon. Modification of Runway End to Enhance Airport Safety. Results of an
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Green, T South Molton : South West Archaeology, 2009, 16pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: South West Archaeology
Assessment of the airport determined that it was first developed in the 1930s, becoming an RAF station
during WWII and reverting to civilian use after the war. Within the general area of the airport there was
widespread evidence for prehistoric occupation, as well as some Roman activity. Military use of the
airport during WWII was quite intense, and entailed the construction of buildings and structures.
However, it was thought that any pre-modern archaeological remains may be relatively well-preserved
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


and as a result archaeological monitoring of any groundworks to be carried out was recommended.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :southwes1-49899


Exeter

(B.18.602)                                                                                  SX91609310
AIP database ID: {8C34B6E6-5A01-46E5-8A02-E72839E2118D}
Parish: EXETER                                                                    Postal Code: EX4 4JN
BURY MEADOW, EXETER
Outline History of the 1832 Cholera Burial Ground at Bury Meadow, Exeter
Collings, T       Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 6pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
A number of items of children's play equipment were scheduled to be installed within and adjacent to
the existing play area. Bury Meadow was known to contain a number of burials of cholera victims in
the 1830s. The installation of the equipment was not thought to entail the excavation of pits and post
holes of more than 1m in depth. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.18.603)                                                                                  SX92609313
AIP database ID: {90B4F83B-DD6F-4654-9A89-A993B597D746}
                                                                                  Postal Code: EX4 6RZ
THE DEBENHAMS SITE, SIDWELL STREET, EXETER
Archaeological Assessment of The Debenhams Site, Sidwell Street, Exeter
Exeter Archaeology         Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
The site was found to be difficult to assess, since the original contours could not be re-established with
certainty. It was largely developed by 1850, and the amount of terracing necessary for housing and
workshops suggested that it had acquired a "split-level" appearance, with a drop of several metres at
the now-vanished property boundary running south-west to north-east across the site. There was
thought to have been scope for the possible survival of medieval foundations, and also the Cathedral
aqueduct, but basementing may have reduced the potential for archaeological remains to be
encountered. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.18.604)                                                                                  SX91889395
AIP database ID: {DCC37513-F1CE-4C0D-B6F6-663B044A4CCD}
                                                                                  Postal Code: EX4 4PY
THE PROPOSED FORUM PROJECT, UNIVERSITY OF EXETER, STREATHAM
CAMPUS
Archaeological Assessment of the Proposed Forum Project, University of Exeter, Streatham Campus
Manning, P       Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 10pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
The assessment found that any archaeological deposits within the proposed development area would
have been truncated or disturbed to a great extent by the construction of the existing buildings and
associated landscape works. It was possible, however, that deeper features may have survived, and
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                         Desk-based Assessment


could be exposed during groundworks. The site of known glasshouses may not have been reduced
since the rebuilding of the farm in the 19th century, and it was possible that evidence of earlier farm
buildings may have been exposed in this area. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.18.605)                                                                                     SX93208940
AIP database ID: {DB556A1E-B3B4-4773-899F-F8999B6AE69D}
Parish: Exminster                                                                   Postal Code: EX2 8HL
LAND ADJOINING MATFORD PARK
Archaeological Assessment of Land Adjoining Matford Park
Exeter Archaeology          Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 11pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
The assessment was thought to have some palaeoenvironmental potential, due to the waterlogged
nature of certain areas. The site was also thought to be suitable for geophysical survey. It was thought
unlikely that structures, other than the surviving Dutch barn, would have been built on the site due to
the risk of flooding. Some form of past water management system was likely to have been employed
on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.18.606)                                                                                     SX92579182
AIP database ID: {10B1699F-14EC-4B64-BA49-B1E71D5B2D52}
Parish: ST. LEONARD                                                                 Postal Code: EX2 4NF
THE EXETER ROYAL ACADEMY FOR DEAF EDUCATION SITE, TOPSHAM
ROAD, EXETER
Archaeological Assessment of The Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education Site, Topsham Road,
Exeter
Passmore, A J Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
Assessment of the site found that there was potential for late prehistoric activity, as well as Roman
occupation, on the site, although evidence for such activity had not been identified in the near vicinity
of the site. Topsham Road, which bisected the site, followed the Roman road from Exeter to Topsham.
The ERADE site was situated within the grounds of the former Mount Radford House, a building
 fortified during the Civil War. There was potential for defences around the building [and presumably
 also Topsham Road, which it probably defended] to survive, particularly in the playing field site, and to
 a lesser extent south of Topsham Road in the ERADE visitor car park. The site was undeveloped until
 the early 19th century when buildings, including the "Deaf and Dumb Institution" were constructed on
 the college site. The only pre-World War II building on the site was the swimming pool, although
 lengths of property boundaries of 19th and early 20th century date survived. Undisturbed ground [with
 the potential for archaeological deposits to survive] was present in the playing field site, particularly at
 the north-east end. The extent of levelling towards Topsham Road to create the level playing field was
 unknown. Undisturbed ground was also present in places throughout the college site, particularly along
the southern boundary. Large areas of the site had been raised up, either for playing fields or buildings,
with potential for undisturbed ground to survive under later deposits. As the recent investigations at St.
 Loye’s Foundation site had demonstrated, buried archaeological deposits could survive in the grounds
 of 19th and 20th century educational establishments. There was potential for further investigation
 through geophysical survey in the playing fields site, and along the southern boundary of the college
 site. These areas were also suitable for evaluation excavation along with the hardstandings around the
 college buildings. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment




South Hams

(B.18.607)                                                                                 SX84004680,
AIP database ID: {706DB2A9-E9E2-4E3D-A205-9BB8586C9271}                                    SX80305090
Parish: Blackawton, Strete                                                       Postal Code: TQ6 0RW,
                                                                                               TQ9 7BD
BLACKAWTON AND STRETE
Blackawton and Strete Heritage Appraisal
Waterhouse, R Ashburton : Robert Waterhouse, 2009, 124pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Robert waterhouse
An appraisal of the history of the parish was carried out. [AIP]


OASIS ID :no



(B.18.608)                                                                                  SX78113840
AIP database ID: {2C7F2DD4-391B-481A-BDAD-A4D0511CF02C}
Parish: Chivelstone                                                               Postal Code: TQ7 2NL
MIDDLEDOWN, CHIVELSTONE
Archaeological Assessment of Middledown, Chivelstone, South Devon
Collings, T        Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 12pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
While it was not possible to establish a date for the construction of Middledown, a date of around 1939
was a strong possibility. Buildings (1930's) were not usually considered worthy of preservation nor
even of recording prior to removal. However, the site may have some slight archaeological potential in
that it contained hedgerows that were certainly present in 1842 and may well have dated from several
centuries before that. Hedgerows did have the potential to preserve material that could provide
information on the ground surface when originally built. Even where they had been removed, there
could still be sub-surface archaeology since the typical Devon bank was normally built up from the
adjoining soil, leaving ditches alongside. Over time natural processes would lead to these becoming
infilled and there was a slight possibility that among the infill would be datable substances such as
pottery or organic material. Therefore should any work be intended involving hedgerow removal or
foundation or service trenches being dug along the course of a former hedgerow it was advisable for
the work to be monitored by an archaeologist. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.18.609)                                                                                  SX79526274
AIP database ID: {098CEBF5-7351-4EE9-8565-689B64A067F8}
Parish: Dartington                                                                Postal Code: TQ9 6ED
GRATTONS, DARTINGTON HALL, DARTINGTON
Grattons, Dartington Hall, Dartington, Devon. Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Assessment
Sims, R Bradninch : AC archaeology, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AC archaeology
There were no previously recorded archaeological remains on the site itself, although its northern
boundary was part of a scheduled medieval deer park complex. In the field immediately to the north of
the site a prehistoric flint scatter was recorded, while to the south and east are Dartington Hall and
Gardens. A manor is recorded there as early as the 9th century AD, but the main house was originally
built in the 14th century. Much of the complex now only survives as below ground remains, and these
are also a scheduled monument. The present house is a Grade I listed building, while the surrounding
park and garden is Grade II*. The site itself was a single agricultural field to the west of the house. It
contained a prominent ridge toward the centre of the field. This topography is generally considered
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


favourable for ancient settlement or for the siting of prehistoric funerary monuments. The proposed
development would not have any impact upon any previously recorded or newly identified sites but,
based on the high archaeological potential of the general area, there is a possibility that hitherto
unrecorded remains could be affected by the proposed excavation of graves, tree planting etc. The
impact on the setting of the various nearby statutorily protected heritage resources would also need to
be considered. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM, PR

OASIS ID :no



(B.34.61)                                                                                   SP88506610
AIP database ID: {C7F38B36-9CC6-4B72-958C-83EA46414963}
                                                                                 Postal Code: NN8 2ND
LAND OFF WINDSOR ROAD, WELLINGBOROUGH
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of land off Windsor Road, Wellingborough
Northamptonshire. July 2009
Walker, C         Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
There were a number of sites in the immediate vicinity that may extend into the development area.
These included a significant Iron Age settlement that was likely to extend into the site. It was possible
that a Roman settlement also extended into the area from the south. An undated ditch and bank
earthwork followed the line of the old parish boundary and may be of some antiquity. A smallpox
hospital was built on the north-eastern boundary of the site at some point in the 19th century and had
been demolished by the middle of the 20th century. Map evidence indicated that the site had been
undeveloped, apart from 20th century allotments, since at least the early 19th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.18.610)                                                                                 SX72003700
AIP database ID: {B5937C78-8080-4051-A58B-2DA8D301F4B0}
Parish: Malborough                                                               Postal Code: TQ7 3DR
EAST SOAR
East Soar, Devon. Assessment and Survey from Aerial Photographs
Winton, H & Bowden, M Portsmouth : English Heritage, 2009, 48pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: English Heritage
This report described an assessment and survey of all archaeological features, visible on air
photographs and LiDar images, on the National Trust Land at East Soar. The survey provided
information on the form and location of archaeological remains to aid land management and
supplement the Scheduled Monument descriptions. Documentary research and the air photo survey
suggested a number of phases of land division at Soar. Publications and research provided a good
synthesis of the World War II military activity associated with RAF Bolt Head, the Hope Cove Ground
Control Interceptor [GCI] radar station and subsequent Cold War Rotor site. The 1940s and 1950s air
photographs provided an invaluable pictorial record to supplement the record of the wartime structures
associated with the important recent history of the area. The transcription also provided an accurate
plan of the palimpsest of 20th century military structures, most of which had been demolished or
removed. It was beyond the remit of this study to carry out detailed documentary research and ground
based analysis. This report contained recommendations for further research and suggestions for future
land management. It was recommended that the area should be kept free of damaging vegetation,
especially bracken and gorse, for the conservation of the archaeological sites and to enable visual
interpretation for visitors and further study. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :englishh2-64470
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




(B.18.611)                                                                               SX84635784
AIP database ID: {4726A663-8CC9-42A2-B0F2-1D84066DE92B}
Parish: Stoke Gabriel                                                           Postal Code: TQ9 6SY
LAND AT ROWE'S FARM, AISH ROAD, STOKE GABRIEL
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at Rowe's Farm, Aish Road, Stoke Gabriel, Devon
Hawkins, D      London : CgMs, 2009, 19pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment determined that the site had no known archaeological potential. The proposed
development was thought likely to have a significant archaeological impact. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :cgmslimi1-66746



(B.18.612)                                                                               SX79606110
AIP database ID: {7D8838E0-C99E-4E8B-A750-1CA811D9FDFE}
Parish: Totnes                                                                  Postal Code: TQ9 5JX
KEVICC AND THE GROVE, TOTNES
KEVICC and The Grove, Totnes, Devon. Updated Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Taylor, S R & Sturgess, J Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council,
2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
The assessment found that there was some potential for archaeological remains to be found on the site,
with recorded archaeological sites within the vicinity. Totnes was a town with Saxon origins, but there
was thought to be potential for much earlier remains to be encountered. Recommendations included a
walkover survey of areas not covered by previous assessments, as well as geophysical survey and the
monitoring of any test pits that may be excavated. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Teignbridge

(B.18.613)                                                                               SX69057848
AIP database ID: {910D5169-9CF7-4699-A1AD-B50671ECD434}
Parish: Widecombe in the Moor                                                   Postal Code: PL206TE
LAND NEAR BLACKDOWN PIPER FARM, WIDECOMBE IN THE MOOR,
DARTMOOR
Land near Blackdown Piper Farm, Widecombe in the Moor, Dartmoor, Devon. Archaeology and
Cultural Heritage Assessment
Hughes, S           Bradninch : AC archaeology, 2009, 19pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AC archaeology
There were no previously recorded archaeological remains on the site itself, although it was located in
a general area where there was known evidence for prehistoric settlement, religious and agricultural
activity. The fields where the new building was proposed appeared to be part of a medieval
arrangement of fields, perhaps relating to the nearby scheduled former settlements of this date at
Blackaton to the east and Challacombe to the north. The curving southwest boundary to the site formed
part of a series of existing and now removed boundaries to the south, the arrangement of these possibly
forming an enclosure, which if confirmed, would probably predate the establishment of the still
existing medieval field pattern. A now removed linear former field boundary was also visible as an
earthwork within the site, which was removed prior to 1844. The proposed development would not
have any impact upon and previously recorded or newly identified sites, but based on the high
archaeological potential of the general area, there was a possibility that hitherto unrecorded remains
could be affected by groundworks associated with construction. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological periods represented: MD, UD

OASIS ID :no


West Devon

(B.18.614)                                                                                SX42006520
AIP database ID: {DD7C8245-F4FC-48E7-9D65-2F5B6374FFDD}
Parish: Bere Ferrers                                                            Postal Code: PL126SL
SOUTH HOOE MINE, BERE ALSTON (I)
South Hooe Mine, Bere Alston, West Devon
Frederick Sherrell Limited Tavistock : Frederick Sherrell Limited, 2009, 20pp, pls, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Frederick Sherrell Limited
The site was assessed with particular reference to potential hazards arising from past mining activities
within the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.18.615)                                                                                SX42466559
AIP database ID: {0121C9B0-1E7E-4679-B778-5F4408B6604C}
                                                                               Postal Code: PL207BW
SOUTH HOOE MINE, BERE ALSTON (II)
South Hooe Mine, Bere Alston, Devon. Archaeological Assessment
Buck, C Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009, 74pp, pls,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
The assessment was undertaken to inform and guide conservation and site safety work for two engine
houses proposed as part of a Higher Level Scheme Environmental Stewardship Agreement for South
Hooe Mine. The mine was a medium sized but relatively undocumented historic mine site. It contained
surface evidence of two mine shafts, an extant pumping engine house, and remains of an incline winder
boiler house and chimney. Building conservation works for occasional pre-arranged public visits
formed the core of the scheme. The report outlined the history of the site, identified archaeological
remains, assessed their significance and provided conservation management recommendations.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :cornwall2-66789



(B.18.616)                                                                                SX43827284
AIP database ID: {0F3EC916-C064-4751-BE9D-F43BE58F02B4}
Parish: Gulworthy                                                                Postal Code: PL198JE
AERIAL ROPEWAY, GULWORTHY
Aerial Ropeway, Gulworthy, Devon. Impact Assessment Report for an Aerial Ropeway Course
within the World Heritage Site
Buck, C Truro : Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council, 2009, 48pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Environment Service Projects. Cornwall County Council
Proposals to change the use of an area of woodland to an aerial rope trekking centre required an
assessment to determine the potential impact on the archaeological resource. The site was formerly
used as Wheal Thomas/Watson Mine, a constituent part of Devon Great Consols Mine in the 19th
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


century. This was worked from the late 1840s and included mine shafts, adits, sites of wheelpits,
remains of flat rod gulleries and other mining related features. Features within the project area included
a mine adit, a shaft, cuttings for flat rods and another possible shaft. The impact of the development on
the resource was projected to be minimal. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.18.617)                                                                                  SX44496973
AIP database ID: {5FE4AB60-1BFF-44D0-95A0-20B7DFD4BCF0}
                                                                                   Postal Code: PL198JL
MORWELLHAM QUAY
Rapid Archaeological Assessment of New Visitor Facilities at Morwellham Quay, Devon
Passmore, A J Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 7pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
No specific sites of known archaeological interest were identified within the footprint or immediate
area of the orientation building or the associated sewage treatment facilities. However, as the recently-
discovered Roman fort across the river at Calstock has demonstrated, early [i.e. pre-medieval] sites
remained to be discovered in the Tamar valley, and the relatively flat ground above the floodplain to
the west of Morwellham Quay could have been settled or occupied in earlier periods. The excavation of
the service trench between the treatment plant and the soakaway would cut through an historic field
boundary, but this may have provided an opportunity to investigate and date the boundary. Within the
area of the new toilet block and associated sewage plant, the site of a building, probably of late 18th
century date, was identified in this area. Its form and function were unknown. There were no above-
ground remains of this structure. A path, depicted on 19th century maps, may also have survived in this
area, and any remains would probably be exposed during the construction works. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                               Dorset
East Dorset

(B.19.618)                                                                                  SU01800150
AIP database ID: {E3661C12-C4AD-4C66-8142-CD13158F787E}
Parish: Colehill                                                                 Postal Code: BH217AF
LAND AT WALFORD FARM, NORTH WIMBORNE
Land at Walford Farm, North Wimborne. Desk Based Archaeology Assessment
Trehy, J Bournemouth : Terence O'Rourke, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Terence O'Rourke
Several site investigations around the town in the past 25 years uncovered evidence of former stone
footings of buldings with associated rubbish pit deposits indicating clear occupation evidence. One
investigation in particular on the site of the crown hotel revealed that this area of the East Borough was
used for dumping of rubbish between the 16th and 19th centuries. [Au(adp


OASIS ID :no


North Dorset

(B.19.619)                                                                                  ST88000830
AIP database ID: {DB1EA683-C417-4577-A995-085F6DED3312}
Parish: Pimperne                                                                  Postal Code: DT110QJ
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


SHOTTESFORD COTTAGE, NUTFORD, BLANDFORD FORUM
Archaeological Assessment for Shottesford Cottage, Nutford, Blandford Forum
Nicholls, R        Blandford : Roy Nicholls, 2009, 38pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Roy Nicholls
The cottage was generally of 18th century date, perhaps of the latter half of that century, and was later
than the associated Nutford Farm. Whilst there was some suggestion that the building may have had
earlier origins, there was no conclusive evidence that the building was earlier than the period given.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no

                                            Nottingham
Nottingham UA

(B.70.62)                                                                                     SK54004470
AIP database ID: {C1258098-A1FE-4EB9-8A7A-CDD8775E7B35}
Parish: NOTTINGHAM                                                                 Postal Code: NG6 8QN
LIFT PROJECT SITE MAIN STREET, BULWELL
LIFT Project site Main Street, Bulwell, Nottingham An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Brown, J & Lewis, B         Nottingham : Trent & Peak Archaeological Unit, 2009, 26pp, colour pls,
figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Trent & Peak Archaeological Unit
The study area may have been found to have evidence for activity within the Prehistoric or Romano-
British periods, but nothing relating to activity in these periods was recorded in the vicinity of the study
area. The proximity of the study area to the River Leen suggested that there could have been activity
here in the Anglo-Saxon/medieval and early post-medieval periods, but this could not be demonstrated.
The Historic Settlement Area of Bulwell, included the whole of the study area, and supported this
possibility. A corn mill stood here in the 19th century, and it may possibly have had a precursor, but
there was no evidence for this. By the early 19th century, a number of modest dwelling houses stood
along the Coventry Road frontage, with a Baptist Chapel to the north-west of the present chapel. A
Corn Mill straddled the River Leen, with associated outbuildings running westwards. All of these
buildings were swept away during road-widening in the 1930s, and none of the present buildings
within the study area were older than the 1930s. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Weymouth and Portlan

(B.19.620)                                                                                    SY68107390
AIP database ID: {07988A7C-21DE-44FF-87FA-062C683736B5}
Parish: Portland                                                                   Postal Code: DT5 1AL
PORTLAND GAS PIPELINE
Portland Gas Pipeline. Addendum Report for Upper Osprey Site Coastal Protection and Marine
Works
Webster, S        Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
The report identified two piers, shown on the 1840 tithe map. It was proposed to preserve these in situ,
where the development allowed. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



                                       Gloucestershire
Cheltenham

(B.23.621)                                                                               SO94752252
AIP database ID: {37750F2F-D8DC-4E3D-8415-E90AB9B1E6C2}
Parish: CHELTENHAM                                                             Postal Code: GL503JY
CHELTENHAM ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM EXTENSION
Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum Extension, Cheltenham. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Jordan, C         Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The assessment determined that no archaeological remains were recorded within the site, although
archaeological investigations immediately to the north had identified a possible Iron Age enclosure and
the suspected location of a manor house. There was a potential for archaeological remains to be
recorded, although previous development may have truncated or removed any archaeological remains.
[Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 33407

OASIS ID :no



(B.23.622)                                                                               SO94802440
AIP database ID: {CDCA2CF9-B07D-4C31-B38F-784525B40E11}
Parish: Prestbury                                                              Postal Code: GL504NZ
LAND AT HUNTING BUTTS FARM, CHELTENHAM
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land at Hunting Butts Farm, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Darton, L          London : CgMs, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The study site was shown to have a low to moderate potential for the medieval period, and a low
potential for all remaining past periods. The site had remained undeveloped. It was thought unlikely
that any proposed development would have a significant archaeological impact. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Cotswold

(B.23.623)                                                                              SP07270181,
AIP database ID: {C172F75E-422B-4A1B-8A74-5170D0FA9E9A}                                 SP07140242,
                                                                                         SP06840241
Parish: Ampney Crucis                                                          Postal Code: GL7 5RZ,
                                                                                 GL7 5RT, GL7 5SA
THREE SITES AT AMPNEY CRUCIS
Three Sites at Ampney Crucis, Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Croxford, B       Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The assessment found evidence for Roman occupation within the vicinity of the site, as well as
earthworks possibly representing a shrunken medieval settlement remains and a hollow way that had
been removed in the late 18th or early 19th century. Ridge and furrow and hedgerows were also
identified. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




(B.23.624)                                                                                 SP17132192
AIP database ID: {236DCF12-AC03-4065-9AF9-079EE850ECCA}
Parish: Bourton-on-the-Water                                                    Postal Code: GL542LZ
LAND TO THE NORTH OF BOURTON BUSINESS PARK, BOURTON-ON-THE-
WATER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land to the North of Bourton Business Park,
Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire
Stratford, E & Nichols, P Gloucester : Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service, 2009,
17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service
The assessment determined that archaeological deposits dating from the prehistoric to Anglo-Saxon
periods may have been present within the study area. Archaeological evaluation comprising
geophysical survey and/or trial trenching was suggested. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 33990

OASIS ID :no



(B.23.625)                                                                                 SP02100190
AIP database ID: {A2B9587E-DECB-4478-B774-E0C76A9BBC28}
Parish: Cirencester                                                             Postal Code: GL7 1QU
53-61 CASTLE STREET, CIRENCESTER
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment at 53-61 Castle Street, Cirencester
Stratford, E      Gloucester : Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service, 2009, 20pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service
The assessment indicated that archaeological deposits dating from the Roman and medieval periods
may have existed within the development area. In particular, deposits relating to settlement activity of
these periods may have survived. Evaluation was suggested to assess the presence, character and
survival of any remains. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 33533

OASIS ID :no



(B.23.626)                                                                                 SP02450177
AIP database ID: {D217FE7E-AB7D-4912-8AEF-540428F3971E}
                                                                                 Postal Code: GL7 1LL
AKEMAN COURT, CIRENCESTER
Akeman Court, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Jordan, C           Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The assessment revealed that post-medieval and modern construction had taken place extensively
within the site, and there was some potential for building footings or foundations from these periods to
have survived. These may have impacted upon any archaeological remains that may have survived on
the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.23.627)                                                                                 SP18904010
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {9540E1CD-A659-4651-9CEA-E2933FA79C62}
Parish: Ebrington                                                                Postal Code: GL556NP
LAND WEST OF ELM GROVE, CHIPPING CAMPDEN
Archaeological Assessment for Land West of Elm Grove, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
Lacey, C           Goring on Thames : The Historic Environment Consultancy, 2009, 62pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: The Historic Environment Consultancy
The assessment found that the site had uncovered very little evidence of archaeological remains,
although some geophysical work had revealed a large number of anomalies in the area of interest. The
potential for archaeological remains to be found on the site was thought to be high. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 33540

OASIS ID :no



(B.23.628)                                                                                  SP11201470
AIP database ID: {8275B1B2-91B7-4876-8E96-8DF1899A2788}
Parish: Northleach with Eastington                                               Postal Code: GL543HG
LAND AT NORTHLEACH
Land at Northleach. Desk-based Assessment
Hind, J Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2009, 33pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology
This desk-based assessment indicated that the area of proposed development had a low potential to
contain archaeological remains from the prehistoric period, but some potential for material dating to the
Roman period. Northleach was founded before 1100 and the original settlement was believed to have
been centred on the church, adjacent to the area of proposed development. It was possible that some
evidence for the earliest occupation may survive within it. From the medieval period onwards the area
of proposed development was part of the manor farm and had been occupied by a series of barns,
stables and other farm buildings. Remains of these may survive, particularly in areas where the historic
maps show there has been fairly recent demolition. This low level of development would suggest that
any belowground archaeology should survive well. The existing buildings, many of which dated to at
least the early 19th century, would be incorporated into the proposed development. The extent of new
building was small and the impact on below-ground archaeology would be limited in area, although
new foundations would damage or destroy any remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.23.629)                                                                                  SP02371134
AIP database ID: {25700578-4876-416C-A113-E6833F1290AC}
Parish: Rendcomb                                                                  Postal Code: GL7 7HD
LAND AT SHAWSWELL FARM, RENDCOMB
Land at Shawswell Farm, Rendcomb, Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blick, N Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The proposed development comprised a stable and trackway linking it to an existing route. The
assessment found that the proposed trackway would avoid many prominent earthwork features
identified by aerial photography and the site visit. There was thought to be a generally low potential for
archaeological remains to be impacted by the development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.70.63)                                                                                   SK56504150
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {21CE204B-B117-4624-8038-BEBB423CBE30}
                                                                                 Postal Code: NG7 6LG
NOTTINGHAM
Nottingham. The Creation of the City’s Identity
Smith, P & Monckton, L Portsmouth : English Heritage, 2009, 109pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: English Heritage
This characterisation report on the city of Nottingham was commissioned by the East Midlands
Regional Team to assist them with their regular casework within the city of Nottingham. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :englishh2-67269



(B.23.630)                                                                                 SU03509950
AIP database ID: {D41227A5-9CAF-492B-90A9-E16E936946FD}
Parish: Siddington                                                               Postal Code: GL7 6HR
SIDDINGTON BRIDGE, CIRENCESTER
Siddington Bridge, Cirencester, Cultural Heritage Desk-Based Assessment
Atkins Heritage Swindon : Atkins Heritage, 2009, 12pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Atkins Heritage
It was proposed that the existing road bridge over the east tributary of the River Churn at Siddington be
replaced with a new structure and the existing channel realigned. It was proposed that the existing river
course was filled with material excavated from the new channel. The existing weir on the river channel
would be abandoned. Evidence indicated very limited potential for the survival of buried
archaeological remains within the proposed scheme area. Some potential lay in the presence of further
features relating to management of the historic water meadows. There was also the possibility of
evidence of previous bridge constructions. The potential for the survival of features relating to a mill
structure was unknown. The impact of the scheme should be mitigated by a programme of
archaeological fieldwork, comprising, measured archaeological recording of the bridge and associated
features in advance of its removal and a watching brief during the removal of the existing bridge and
cutting of the new river channel. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.23.631)                                                                                 ST88609250
AIP database ID: {067C9F9A-C915-480E-99AB-79A3AFDCC7D3}
Parish: Tetbury Upton                                                             Postal Code: GL8 8TJ
LAND OFF BATH ROAD, TETBURY
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land off Bath Road, Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Weaver, S         London : CgMs, 2009, 40pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment found that the site had a low potential for all archaeological periods. There was not
thought to be any archaeological constraint on the proposed development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.23.632)                                                                                 SP15612320
AIP database ID: {1B7F3913-C76B-4C5F-9720-36D38DE19DA2}
Parish: Upper Slaughter                                                          Postal Code: GL542JD
THE LAURELS, UPPER SLAUGHTER
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of The Laurels, Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire
Stratford, E        Gloucester : Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service, 2009, 17pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service
The assessment indicated that archaeological deposits dating from the prehistoric, Roman and medieval
periods may have existed within the study area. In particular, deposits relating to medieval settlement
activity, associated with the motte and bailey castle on which the site stood, may have survived within
the development area. An assessment of the site setting established that the proposed development was
likely to have a minimal impact on the setting of the Scheduled Monument. Archaeological. Field
evaluation may have helped to ascertain the presence, character and survival of any archaeological
deposits on site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Forest of Dean

(B.23.633)                                                                                  SO72252583
AIP database ID: {98C17AD9-4489-417F-9F19-389703427D3B}
Parish: Newent                                                                    Postal Code: GL181PS
NEWENT TOWN CENTRE ENHANCEMENT SCHEME
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment in connection with the Newent Town Centre
Enhancement Scheme, Gloucestershire
Williams, B         Gloucester : Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service, 2009, 15pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service
The assessment indicated that archaeological deposits had been truncated by post-medieval activity, but
there remained a possibility that some medieval deposits may have survived. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 33845

OASIS ID :no


Stroud

(B.23.634)                                                                                  ST83859801
AIP database ID: {B4BC1800-98C0-4B69-A2EB-0431B5CD5AC3}
Parish: Horsley                                                                   Postal Code: GL6 0PT
BELL & CASTLE PUBLIC HOUSE, HORSLEY
Bell & Castle Public House, Horsley, Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Archaeology & Planning Solutions Cirencester : Archaeology & Planning Solutions, 2009, 20pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology & Planning Solutions
The proposed development area was found to be located within an area that was thought to have been a
focal point for medieval and later development of the village. In this respect, it was assessed that the
site had the potential to contain significant archaeological deposits of medieval and later date, although
these were likely to have been truncated by later development, including the public house's cellar and
other existing buildings. Further work was recommended in order to fully assess the archaeological
potential of the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 33332

OASIS ID :no



(B.23.635)                                                                                  ST83809800
AIP database ID: {F2E99963-685D-4221-B523-129DEFC08999}
                                                                                  Postal Code: GL6 0PT
THE BELL & CASTLE, HORSLEY
The Bell & Castle, Horsley, Gloucestershire. An Architectural & Archaeological Analysis
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Morriss, R K      Bromlow : Richard K Morriss & Associates, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Richard K Morriss & Associates
The Bell & Castle Inn was first recorded as a pub in 1870, and may previously have been a farmhouse.
A series of later buildings and additions including a gazebo, stables and a skittle alley were added
throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. The pub closed in 2008. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 33517
Archaeological periods represented: MO, PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.23.636)                                                                                 SO81200420
AIP database ID: {515B1BBB-9868-49AC-B652-515CF71FE3E1}
Parish: King's Stanley                                                          Postal Code: GL103HH
STANLEY MILLS, KING'S STANLEY
Stanley Mills, King's Stanley, Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Jordan, C         Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2010, 30pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The assessment demonstrated that there had been continuity of occupation in the surrounding area
since the prehistoric period. There was evidence for a mill within the site since the mid 18th century,
and potentially earlier. However, the extant mill was built in the 19th century as a totally new complex,
with all earlier buildings being cleared prior to construction. The assessment recorded no
archaeological finds or features predating the early 19th century mill complex, and the site was thought
to have a low potential for unrecorded below-ground remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.23.637)                                                                                 SO78950003
AIP database ID: {FFCE4777-F33F-479E-AEB9-A959612B3916}
Parish: Uley                                                                    Postal Code: GL115AR
ULEY LONG BARROW
A Programme of Documentary Research into Uley Long Barrow [Hetty Pegler's Tump], Uley,
Gloucestershire
Stratford, E        Gloucester : Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service, 2009, 27pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service
Uley Long Barrow was a transepted terminal chamber long barrow of the Cotswold-Severn group.
Assessment in advance of proposals to repair the site suggested that the barrow mound had experienced
almost complete removal of early material down to at least the level at which the dry stone walling
around the cairn appeared. The orthostats of the two rear chambers were considered to have been in
their original positions, while the surrounding dry stone walls and capstones had experienced
significant disturbance. It was possible that the area below the floor may have remained undisturbed,
and there may have been the potential for the survival of the Neolithic pre-barrow ground surface. Any
excavations within the mound and chambers may have revealed Neolithic material redeposited during
earlier investigations. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 33819
Archaeological periods represented: LNE

OASIS ID :no


Tewkesbury

(B.23.638)                                                                                 SO96302875
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {477E11C9-F387-4329-BE45-69F4EA4633F4}
Parish: Bishop's Cleeve                                                          Postal Code: GL529FA
HOMELANDS FARM, BISHOP’S CLEEVE
Homelands Farm, Bishop’s Cleeve, Gloucestershire, Archaeological Assessment
Tindall, A         Bury St Edmunds : Archaeological Risk Management, 2009, 24pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Risk Management
An assessment was undertaken of land at Homelands Farm, Bishop’s Cleeve, It concluded that an
outline proposal for development would not affect any designated archaeological sites nor their
settings, and that there was little substantive evidence of undesignated archaeological sites within the
area of the search. There were relict landscape features within the area of the search, which were to be
considered in master planning for any proposed development, and conjectural evidence of two possible
areas of archaeological significance, for which a mitigation strategy would be developed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.23.639)                                                                                 SO95042835
AIP database ID: {C8C345DF-A954-4C73-8CD3-82445A990CFA}
                                                                                Postal Code: GL524WF
LAND TO THE NORTH-WEST OF BISHOPS CLEEVE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Land to the North-west of Bishops Cleeve, Gloucestershire
Heard, H          London : CgMs, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment determined that cropmarks in the south of the study site may have represented Bronze
Age ring ditches. There was activity relating to the Roman period in the same area, and more widely to
the Iron Age and Roman periods within 1km of the study site. Saxon and medieval field systems and
ridge and furrow may have been present in the area, as a means of providing resources for the nearby
settlement. Further archaeological work was thought to be needed in order to record any archaeological
remains that may be disturbed by any development. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 33903

OASIS ID :no

                                      Nottinghamshire
Ashfield

(B.37.64)                                                                                  SK49605880
AIP database ID: {BEEEFE3B-E763-4DBC-A5A2-47D7D63E386E}
Parish: SUTTON IN ASHFIELD                                                      Postal Code: NG171EE
PROPOSED          SUTTON        CENTRE         COMMUNITY            ACADEMY,           SUTTON        IN
ASHFIELD
Proposed Sutton Centre Community Academy, Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. Archaeological
Desktop Assessment
Sumpter, T        Retford : Tony Sumpter Archaeological Consultancy, 2009, 11pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Tony Sumpter Archaeological Consultancy
An assessment was carried out on three separate locations for a proposed Community Academy. Since
there had been little in the way of archaeological fieldwork, it was difficult to quantify the potential,
but it seemed that Site 2 would have the least impact on any resources that may have been present.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                          Desk-based Assessment




(B.23.640)                                                                                   SP08103330,
AIP database ID: {2F74C914-AA89-4B5E-A8E0-B69D9AA5EA3D}                                       SP08303410
Parish: Stanton                                                                     Postal Code: WR127JZ
SHENBARROW
Shenbarrow, Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Stenton, M       Sheffield : ARCUS, 2009, 27pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: ARCUS
The assessment determined that the southern part of the site contained Shenbarrow Hillfort, a
Scheduled Ancient Monument, likely to have been of Iron Age date with reoccupation during the
Roman period. There was no direct evidence for occupation within the proposed development area
during the medieval or early post-medieval periods. The site formed part of the Stanton estate by 1830,
with Shenbarrow Farm built on the line of the hillforts south-east bank and ditch system by 1881. The
pipeline route was occupied by rough grassland by 1884. Two development options were proposed.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: IA, RO, PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.23.641)                                                                                      SP02342845
AIP database ID: {42AE1918-0203-4D82-9444-11383507F4E4}
Parish: Winchcombe                                                                   Postal Code: GL545PZ
WINCHCOMBE LIBRARY
Winchcombe Library, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Jordon, C          Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The site lay within the Scheduled Monument of Winchcombe Abbey, and also within the defended
enclosure of the Saxon and medieval town. Both the Abbey precinct and the town burgh defences ran
along the south side of Back Lane, with the former returning to run south down Cowl Lane. The site
appeared to lay within these boundaries. Other recorded features within the Abbey precinct lay within
the vicinity, but did not intrude into the site. The site lay in the northern area of the precinct, in an area
probably used for fish ponds. Although no evidence for medieval features had been recorded within the
site, there was considered to be potential for currently unrecorded remains of both Saxon and medieval
date. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                             MULTI-COUNTY RECORD
Bristol, City of UA; South Gloucestershire UA

(B.50.642)                                                                                    ST52457758,
AIP database ID: {4BF57E31-530A-46E1-9FFD-908C50820EE5}                                       ST56828076
Parish: Almondsbury, BRISTOL                                                        Postal Code: BS107TG,
                                                                                                 BS119GB
M5 JUNCTION 17 TO 18 VR SCHEME
M5 Junction 17 To 18 VR Scheme City of Bristol and South Gloucestershire. Cultural Heritage
Simple Assessment
Beach, S Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 25pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
There were archaeological features surviving in the landscape and known from the Bristol and South
Gloucestershire HERs and other documentary sources which indicated further buried archaeological
remains may have survived as buried deposits. Within the site it was likely that, if present, buried
archaeological remains could relate to any prehistoric, Roman and later deposits contained within the
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


alluvial and peat deposits of the Severn Levels. The site was completely contained within the highway
boundary where any archaeological features or deposits beyond the deeper the alluvial and peat
sequences, were likely to have been severely damaged, truncated or destroyed by the construction of
the motorway, any buried archaeological remains which might be disturbed by this proposed
development were assessed as likely to be “compromised by poor preservation” and therefore of low
value. It was considered that construction and operational phase works associated with this scheme
would require no further archaeological assessment or monitoring. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Kennet, Swindon UA

(B.50.643)                                                                                SU16007700,
AIP database ID: {BF24DE94-D4BB-42DE-BAC4-7AF826CE67A0}                                    SU14007500
Parish: Chiseldon, Preshute                                                      Postal Code: SN4 0QH,
                                                                                               SN4 9NR
BARBURY CASTLE ENVIRONS
Barbury Castle Environs. Air Photo Survey and Analysis-Special Project Report
McQueen, M       Swindon : English Heritage, 2009, 59pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: English Heritage
The project comprised an interpretation, transcription and analysis of all archaeological features visible
on aerial photographs with a possible date range from prehistory to the 20th century. This was
undertaken for a 4km2 area surrounding Barbury Castle hillfort as part of a training exercise for a
student placement. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PR

OASIS ID :englishh2-67325


Restormel, Torridge

(B.50.644)                                                                                SW91705900,
AIP database ID: {22A44262-F944-4E68-B777-AAE0178A6582}                                    SS51702520
Parish: Alverdiscott, St. Enoder                                                 Postal Code: EX313PT,
                                                                                              TR9 6PW
INDIAN QUEENS TO ALVERDISCOTT
Indian Queens to Alverdiscott [4VW] OHL. Combined Phase 1 & 2, Archaeological and Cultural
Heritage Desk-based Assessment
Scadgell, F       London : AMEC Earth & Environmental, 2009, 145pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AMEC Earth & Environmental
The assessment determined that the proposed Indian Queens to Alverdiscott Overhead Electricity Line
may have had the potential to affect archaeological remains from the Bronze Age to modern periods at
18 of the 287 locations for proposed towers. Appropriate mitigation was advised. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


South Gloucestershire UA

(B.50.645)                                                                                  ST61888359
AIP database ID: {EE847064-DACB-41D0-AA08-52368C194CA4}
Parish: Almondsbury                                                               Postal Code: BS124JT
M5 JUNCTION 16 IMPROVEMENT
M5 Junction 16 Improvement. Rapid Archaeological Appraisal
Wessex Archaeology     Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 5pp, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
Archaeological and historical information suggested that the site and study area formed part of the open
fieldscape around Almondsbury throughout the Saxon and medieval periods. There was no evidence
recorded to indicate the nature of human activity before the late Saxon period. There were no
Scheduled Monuments or Listed Buildings within the Study Area. The nearest statutory designations
were represented by two Grade II Listed Buildings in Almondsbury itself. The proposed works would
have no effect on the setting of these structures. The historic landscape of this site and study area was
formed by a combination of highway at the site, industrial and residential estates to the south and
enclosed former open fields to the north. Proposed works would be conducted in and around the
existing highway boundary and thus would have no effect on the historic landscape character of the
area. The M5 in the area of the site was formed by an embankment. Construction of the motorway was
likely to have destroyed any existing archaeological deposits. The development of the highway police
depot situated immediately north of the site was also likely to have contributed in removing/damaging
the archaeological resource. It was therefore considered that the proposed works were very unlikely to
impact upon any buried archaeological features or deposits. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                             Plymouth
Plymouth UA

(B.72.646)                                                                                 SX46725434
AIP database ID: {6061CCC6-4BF0-4F1A-8161-9A10474B331D}
Parish: EAST STONEHOUSE                                                           Postal Code: PL1 3PD
PROPOSED BATTERY STREET HOSTEL, STONEHOUSE, PLYMOUTH
Archaeological Assessment of Proposed Battery Street Hostel, Stonehouse, Plymouth
Collings A G, Goodwin N, & Turton S D Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
Although a number of archaeological sites were identified nearby, in particular to the south of the site,
there was little likelihood of any significant below-ground remains surviving, mainly due to past
quarrying activities and clearances. The quarrying appeared to have extended into the site area itself,
albeit at a reduced level. The military road associated with the late 18th century redoubt passed through
the site. It was unlikely to have survived later 19th century quarrying activities and 20th century
regeneration and clearance works. There was a slight possibility of fissures containing prehistoric
material remaining within the limestone in the immediate site area, but no such features or remains
were known to exist. The 19th century East Street plots were located largely within areas of recent
industrial units and buried remains were unlikely to survive. The brick wall in the north-east corner of
the site broadly reflected a much older boundary alignment [of at least 18th century date], which also
marked the limit of the military land. It was possible that this may have overlain an earlier structural
feature such as a stone wall. The construction methods for the proposed hostel were not yet known,
however, based on present knowledge, there were no constraints to development as a result of
archaeological issues and it was unlikely that any significant archaeological mitigation would be
required. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, PM

OASIS ID :no

                                             Somerset
Sedgemoor

(B.40.647)                                                                                 ST28513613
AIP database ID: {03A176AC-C414-4564-A312-6FA321C8F2E1}
Parish: BRIDGWATER WITHOUT                                                       Postal Code: TA6 7HZ
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


LAND AT HAYGROVE FARM, BRIDGWATER
Land at Haygrove Farm, Bridgwater, Somerset. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blackwell, R       Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 23pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
A desk-based assessment of land at Haygrove Farm was carried out. The objective of the assessment
was to identify the nature and extent of the cultural heritage resource within both the site and its
immediate environs. A baseline survey had identified low potential for currently unrecorded prehistoric
or Roman finds or features within the site. Medieval settlement in the vicinity of the site appeared to
have been focused to the north-east at Haygrove Farm. There was no direct evidence for medieval
settlement within the site but the 18th and 19th century cartographic sources indicated that by the later
post-medieval period scattered settlement had been established across the site. The buildings were
demolished in the 19th and 20th centuries and extant remains had been removed. However, there was
potential for below ground remains to survive within the site. Any such remains were likely to be of
low (local) value. Hedgerows with statutory protection under the Hedgerow Regulations 1997 (criteria
for archaeology and history), or which may have been considered to be of some cultural heritage
interest by the local authority as they predated 1845, were identified within the site. These hedgerows
were considered to be of low (local) value. There was some potential for below ground remains of
post-medieval/modern ridge and furrow earthworks to be present in the eastern area of the site. Any
such remains were likely to have been of negligible value. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.40.648)                                                                                 ST30164397
AIP database ID: {166805EB-6364-4D2A-ADDB-73ACF40E46E5}
Parish: Pawlett                                                                  Postal Code: TA9 3RH
SEDGEMOOR CREMATORIUM, PAWLETT
Sedgemoor Crematorium, Pawlett, Near Bridgewater, Somerset. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Croxford, B        Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 23pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The site lay on an area of the Somerset Levels thought to have been used during the Roman period for
salt production. Evidence for occupation in this period had been found in the vicinity. Given the
location of the site, more deeply buried deposits of potential palaeoenvironmental interest may have
been present. Two hedges on the site were protected under the Hedgerow Regulations [1997]. An
additional hedge along the western boundary may also have been of interest, though this was not
protected. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Sedgemoor, West Somerset

(B.40.649)                                                                                ST26004200,
AIP database ID: {D472F26C-42CC-4E1E-95F9-D422D0BDA8D1}                                    ST21004600
Parish: Otterhampton, Stogursey                                                  Postal Code: TA5 1TP,
                                                                                              TA5 2RF
PROPOSED HINKLEY POINT POWER STATION "C"
Proposed Hinkley Point Power Station "C", Somerset. Marine Off-Loading Facility and Alternative
Options. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Jordan, C        Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
A desk-based assessment was carried out of the Marine Offloading Facility for the Proposed Hinkley
Point Power Station, as well as alternative design options under consideration. The document was
intended to inform the ongoing design plans for the possible Marine Off-Loading Facility to be used
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


during the construction of Hinkley Point "C", as well as other potential construction options. It was
also intended to inform the planning process, as part of a wider programme of consultation. The study
area used during this assessment comprised four areas of land in the vicinity of the proposed new
power station, comprising the offshore area north of the existing power station, the area east of this at
Stolford, Combwich Port, and the road linking Combwich Port and the power station. Hinkley Point
itself was characterised by a rock-cut platform of mudstone and limestone, laid down during the Lower
Lias of the Jurassic period. A number of archaeological sites, including Second World War defensive
features, were recorded on the cliff line above the beach, but there was little potential for
archaeological remains in the offshore area. Immediately to the east of Hinkley Point at Stolford the
geology changes and the area is characterised by banded layers of alluvium and peat. Exposed timbers
of Mesolithic and Neolithic date have been eroded and exposed from these deposits, observable on the
foreshore. This area was known as the Stolford Submarine Forest. Combwich Port, on the River
Parrett, was a Roman and medieval port and was also situated on deposits of alluvium and peat. Nearby
archaeological investigations and geotechnical works indicated that the current port area was situated
on thick alluvium, although construction of the port may have impacted to depths of up to around 3m
below current ground levels in places. The road linking Combwich and Hinkley Point was also
assessed, and a single Scheduled Monument, a Bronze Age round barrow, lay at the northern end of the
road near the power station. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Bassetlaw

(B.37.65)                                                                                 SK79318538,
AIP database ID: {BD35BFD2-5B80-425A-88D8-CD55502B2402}                                   SK81337889
Parish: Bole, Rampton                                                           Postal Code: DN220NP,
                                                                                             DN229BW
WEST BURTON TO COTTAM [ZDL] OHL
West Burton to Cottam [ZDL] OHL Cobined Phase 1 & 2. Archaeological and Cultural Heritage
Desk-based Assessment
Gardner, O      London : AMEC Earth & Environmental, 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AMEC Earth & Environmental
The assessment established that there were sensitive archaeological remains located at seven of the 26
towers on the ZDA transmission line that had the potential to be impacted upon by the proposed
refurbishment works. These comprised medieval earthworks and buildings, the line of a Roman road, a
Roman villa and associated field system, and various mounds, ditches, hollows and ridge and furrow.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, UD, RO

OASIS ID :no

                                  South Gloucestershire
South Gloucestershire UA

(B.79.650)                                                                                 ST57458161
AIP database ID: {3C41ED15-E541-48B0-B708-808B53E5D56A}
Parish: Almondsbury                                                             Postal Code: BS107TW
LAND AT HOLLYWOOD PARK, ALMONDSBURY
Land at Hollywood Park Almondsbury, South Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Blackwell, R      Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2008, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The topographic situation of the central part of site suggested that there may be potential for evidence
of Prehistoric and Roman settlement in this area, although no evidence for such settlement had yet been
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


identified. Neolithic activity and Roman settlement had been identified at the far north-west corner of
the study area and Iron Age settlement in the southeast corner but there was no evidence to suggest
related activity encroached into the site. Examination of LIDAR data provided information on the
topography of the site, including areas currently obscured by vegetation, but this did not identify any
potential prehistoric or Roman sites. The line of a putative Roman road crossed the site. An earthwork
had been recorded within the site and postulated as the agger (embankment) of this road. The line of
another Roman road may have run along the south-eastern edge of the site, and it was possible that
associated contemporary activity may have been present in areas adjacent to these possible routes.
Medieval settlement within the study area appeared to have been focused to the north around All
Saints’ Church, although the possible sites of a medieval toft and a medieval tenement with post-
medieval cottage were identified within the site. No associated extant features were visible during the
site visit in these locations. Examination of aerial photographs did not identify any potential associated
features but examination of the LIDAR data showed a rectangular depression at the northern edge of
site in the vicinity of the putative medieval tenement. This may have been associated with a post-
medieval cottage recorded on the site. Post-medieval settlement was present at Manor Farm,
immediately to the west of site. Two cottages within the site adjacent to this area where first shown on
19th century cartographic sources and earlier settlement may have been present in this area. Early 19th-
century Romantic parkland is situated in the south-western part of the study area, centred on
Hollywood House. Early 20th-century modifications included alterations to the gardens and the
construction of a model farm. In the 1920s the estate was enlarged to its current size but the parkland
remained confined to the south-western area of site. There was potential for the below-ground remains
of structures and features shown on 19th and early 20th-century cartographic sources to survive in the
vicinity of Hollywood House, including glasshouses in the walled garden, an aviary, an early 20th-
century tennis court and a rose garden. The potential for previously unrecorded below-ground remains
of park features was considered to be low. The site included the 19th-century Grade II Listed structures
Hollywood House and attached buildings, the Tower and Entrance Way. The Grade II* Listed
buildings All Saints’ Church and Bishop’s Farmhouse, and the Grade II Listed building Manor Farm,
were visible from the northern area of site. The setting of these buildings should be considered in the
redevelopment of the site. The archaeological potential of the site will further be assessed by
geophysical survey and the excavation of trial trenches. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.79.651)                                                                                  ST56818075
AIP database ID: {A718CF40-128B-4500-9747-7FF0489B57C5}
                                                                                 Postal Code: BS107TG
M5 JUNCTION 15 TO 17 VR SCHEME
M5 Junction 15 to 17 VR Scheme South Gloucestershire. Cultural Heritage Simple Assessment
Beach, S Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 27pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
There were archaeological features surviving in the landscape and known from South Gloucestershire
HER and other documentary sources which indicated further buried archaeological remains may have
survived as buried deposits. Overall the construction phase of the proposed works along the M5
between Junctions 15 and 17 would result in a neutral effect of the archaeological resource, assuming
all groundworks were conducted within the highway boundary which effectively comprised made
ground. Should proposed groundworks exceed the foundation level of the existing motorway then a
neutral/slight adverse effect on the archaeological resource was assessed. The operational phase would
have a neutral effect on the buried archaeological/cultural heritage resource. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.79.652)                                                                                  ST71909110
AIP database ID: {FC29BCBD-D5A8-4BB6-889B-42FDF28AE868}
Parish: Charfield                                                                 Postal Code: GL128LJ
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


LAND ADJACENT TO ST. JAMES’ CHURCH, CHURCHEND
Land Adjacent to St James’ Church, Churchend, Charfield, South Gloucestershire. Archaeological
Desk Based Assessment
Martin, P & Driscoll, S Trowbridge : Absolute Archaeology, 2009, 36pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Absolute Archaeology
Documentary and archaeological resources indicated that the development site had a moderate-high
archaeological potential. Cartographic data clearly recorded the location of two large rectangular
buildings on the site in the early 19th century, the date and nature of which could not be determined
from the documentary resources alone. The site was located within the early medieval settlement of
Charfield, adjacent to the 13th century church of St. . James. Therefore, the potential for medieval
archaeology, including buried human remains, was considered a possibility. The site was located c.
700m east of a Romano-British road and as such the potential for Romano-British remains was
considered. No confirmed evidence for prehistoric (Palaeolithic-Iron Age) activity was noted within the
study area. In order to further assess the archaeology, it was recommended that an archaeological
evaluation was carried out on the development site prior to the commencement of groundworks.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.79.653)                                                                                    ST66648081
AIP database ID: {61B9FF43-5497-463F-9F8B-712DF2F17C1E}
Parish: Frampton Cotterell                                                         Postal Code: BS362TS
LAND AT PARK FARM, FRAMPTON COTTERELL
Land at Park Farm, Frampton Cotterell, South Gloucestershire
Willis, L Bristol : Avon Archaeological Unit, 2008, 39pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Avon Archaeological Unit
The project identified little direct historical or archaeological evidence for the study area, which the
earliest cartographic evidence showing the area as farmland, probably reflecting its use since at least
the Middle Ages. However, aerial photographs( in particular images from 1968) show vegetation
features of unknown origin which appear to predate the local pattern of field enclosure, On the basis of
all the evidence it was concluded that the study area had some moderate potential for the preservation
of significant buried archaeological deposits. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 18380

OASIS ID :no



(B.79.654)                                                                                    ST64257110
AIP database ID: {8F9ABC33-1CB8-44C0-80D8-68856E99C271}
Parish: Hanham Abbots                                                              Postal Code: BS153NQ
SITE OFF ABBOTS ROAD, HANHAM
Site off Abbots Road, Hanham, South Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Bruce, J Bristol : Avon Archaeological Unit, 2007, 39pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Avon Archaeological Unit
On the basis of the evidence gathered during this study the general archaeological potential of the study
area was considered to be moderate to high although the presence of buried medieval, Roman or
prehistoric archaeological deposits could not be established from the documentary sources alone and
had not been tested by archaeological methods. A further stage of intrusive archaeological work would
be required in order to fully evaluate and characterise the large sub-circular feature in the northeast part
of the site and to determine the potential for the preservation of further significant buried
archaeological remains within the study area. [Au]

SMR primary record number: 18178

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment




(B.79.655)                                                                                 ST70058350
AIP database ID: {FED0B0CC-024D-4E72-A642-FF6CE3AD0098}
Parish: Iron Acton                                                               Postal Code: BS175LD
LAND AT BROAD LANE, YATE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Land at Broad Lane, Yate, South Gloucestershire.
Longman, T        Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2009, 30pp, pls, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
A desk-based assessment was carried out on land most recently occupied in part by a garden centre and
by a long, narrow open field, south of Broad Lane. A low post-and-barbed-wire fence separated the
two, which were part of a field known as "Goosy Riding". Documentary and cartographic evidence
suggested that the land had probably always been farmed for arable and pasture up to the 1980’s, when
Goose Green Way (B4059) was built across the southern half of the former field. A trawl of the South
Gloucestershire Council Historic Environment Record showed no recorded archaeological sites within
the study area, however, the site of a 19th century coal mine lay on the north side of Broad Lane and
cartographic evidence showed the presence of coal measures and underground workings beneath the
study area. A search of the air-photograph collection revealed few features of potential archaeological
interest within the study area. A subsequent walk-over survey appeared to confirm the apparent
absence of any surface features. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :bristola1-58360



(B.79.656)                                                                                 ST64607320
AIP database ID: {080A0F3D-E117-4816-BD4D-C1D29B66428A}
Parish: KINGSWOOD (GLOUCESTER)                                                   Postal Code: BS152NL
LAND OFF DOUGLAS ROAD, KINGSWOOD
Land off Douglas Road, Kingswood, South Gloucestershire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Etheridge, D       Bristol : Avon Archaeological Unit, 2009, 55pp, pls,colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Avon Archaeological Unit
A review of the archaeological evidence within a 500m radius of the study area found one record for
the site of the former Douglas motorcycle works, but no other records relating directly to the study
area. A single archaeological find of a Roman coin was made c. 200m to the north-east, but no other
records appeared to indicate anything that could have a
significant archaeological impact on the present study area. However, it was noted that no
archaeological intervention was known from the area, so the presence or absence of buried
archaeological remains could not be ascertained from a review of the documentary evidence alone.
[Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 18947

OASIS ID :no



(B.79.657)                                                                                 ST53728279
AIP database ID: {B634F902-3F56-4A43-912E-3DB727F59D4E}
Parish: Pilning and Severn Beach                                                 Postal Code: BS107SD
ENERGY RECOVERY CENTRE, SEVERNSIDE
Energy Recovery Centre, Severnside
Blackwell, R       Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 32pp, pls,colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The stratigraphic sequences of the Avonmouth levels are fairly well documented. Archaeological work
to the north and south of the site provided some detail on the expected sequence of the locale, including
sealed organic horizons, the upper of Bronze Age date, and a possible late Iron Age/Early Romano-
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


British ground level. Due to the former estuarine environ, these deposits occur at depth, sealed by
alluvium. A large area of the site had been impacted upon by 1960's industrial development. Although
the depth of this disturbance was not known precisely, it was likely to have been extensive and to have
impacted upon any deposits within the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.79.658)                                                                                ST55758409
AIP database ID: {9DA7B4DE-A664-49B1-AD6A-979C58CB4651}
                                                                                Postal Code: BS123JY
WESTERN APPROACHES
Western Approaches, Bristol. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Bryant, A & Armstrong, ASalisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2005, 33pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
There was a moderate potential for remains of later Iron Age or Roman date to exist within the site.
Excavations elsewhere within the Henbury Level established that during this time the area was being
used for small-scale, possibly seasonal settlement associated with the grazing of animals. Structural
evidence and a number of recorded field systems and findspots of pottery and flint indicated a presence
of later Iron Age and Roman occupation within the Level at a time when seasonally the land would
have been fairly well drained. The organised drainage of the Level probably began during the Saxon
period, although the extent and location of settlement activity within the Level during this period was
unclear. It was more likely that small-scale farmsteads became established from the 13th-16th centuries
as the reclamation and farming of the Henbury Level reached its peak. The site was located close to the
small hamlet of Ellinghurst which was documented from the mid 16th century and could have had its
origins in the later medieval period. Overall there was a low to moderate potential for buried remains
associated with medieval or post-medieval settlement and agrarian activity within the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.79.659)                                                                                ST66937282
AIP database ID: {7DA8DD4E-A638-483C-B26B-CF517666AB1E}
Parish: Siston                                                                 Postal Code: BS152XF
FORMER LINDMAN WORKS, TOWER LANE, WARMLEY
Specification for Archaeological Mitigation of New Compound Security Fencing, Former Lindman
Works, Tower Lane, Warmley, South Gloucestershire
Pugh, G London : CgMs, 2009, 19pp, figs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The mitigation strategy was intended to ensure that any archaeological features exposed during the
excavation of the new compound fence post foundations were recorded. [Au]


OASIS ID :no



(B.37.66)                                                                                SK55507950
AIP database ID: {25BFA122-BF6D-4215-9739-53EF8B36AC07}
Parish: WORKSOP                                                                 Postal Code: S80 3DN
LAND TO THE EAST OF STEETLEY QUARRY, WORKSOP
Land to the East of Steetley Quarry, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Tann, G Saxilby : Pre-Construct Archaeology (Lincoln), 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Pre-Construct Archaeology (Lincoln)
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


An assessment was carried out as part of a pre-planning enquiry. No archaeological remains had been
reported from within the proposed quarrying area, but cropmarks indicated the presence of buried
ditches, thought to represent two enclosures. A possible early medieval territorial boundary ditch was
identified. A small number of Palaeolithic and Mesolithic remains had been reported from the adjacent
sites of the former Steetley limestone quarry, brickworks and colliery. These indicated human activity,
although no satisfactory evidence for occupation of the caves was forthcoming. Residual fragments of
medieval woodland existed on the edge of the proposal area. There was also a medieval mill site that
may have been larger at one time located just outside the study area. There was considered to be a
moderate to high potential for archaeological remains to be located within the site. On the basis of the
known resource, these were likely to be of local or regional rather than national importance. In the
event that planning consent for development of the site was granted, preservation by record would
probably be the most appropriate form of archaeological intervention. {Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: EM, UD, PA, ME

OASIS ID :no



(B.79.660)                                                                                 ST71888660
AIP database ID: {6913F805-52F6-48E7-BE3B-9DF8D1A305CC}
Parish: Wickwar                                                                  Postal Code: GL128PA
HILLHOUSE FARM, WICKWAR
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Hillhouse Farm, Wickwar, South Gloucestershire
Roper, S Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2008, 23pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
The evidence suggested that the study area had been in use as a farm since the 17th century, possibly
replacing an earlier medieval site the remains of which were located nearby. The barn itself probably
dated to the 18th century. There was no specific evidence of settlement from earlier periods being
located on the site. The area surrounding the study area was considered to be an area of some
archaeological potential not least in view of the significant Roman and medieval sites found in the
locality. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 18609

OASIS ID :no



(B.79.661)                                                                                 ST71058205
AIP database ID: {63344467-405C-44A8-8C09-DF81809A030E}
Parish: Yate                                                                     Postal Code: BS175HE
THE KING EDMUND COMMUNITY SCHOOL, YATE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of land at The King Edmund Community School, Yate,
South Gloucestershire.
Townsend, A        Bristol : Bristol & Region Archaeological Services, 2009, 43pp, pls, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Bristol & Region Archaeological Services
The evidence examined suggested that, prior to its development for the King Edmund School in the
1960s, the study area comprised agricultural land and part of parkland/gardens. No conclusive evidence
for significant archaeological features was found within the study area, although what appeared to be
the vestiges of medieval ridge-and-furrow cultivation was observed in some areas, and in the
immediate environs. Evidence for possible coal-extraction or quarrying activities was also found,
notably that adjacent to the southern flank of the study area. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 18973

OASIS ID :bristola1-62858
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



                                             Swindon
Swindon UA

(B.84.662)                                                                                 SU21268297
AIP database ID: {F09F847A-45CE-487B-AD11-1102E3035AA6}
Parish: Wanborough                                                               Postal Code: SN4 0DQ
LAND SOUTH OF BADGERS CLOSE, WANBOROUGH, SWINDON
Land South of Badgers Close, Wanborough, Swindon. Archaeological Appraisal
Croxford, B       Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 12pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The appraisal found that no archaeological remains were known from within the site. Previous
evaluation on land to the north-west had revealed features relating to Roman and medieval farming. No
major cultural heritage constraints to the proposed development were identified. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.84.663)                                                                                 SU13208000
AIP database ID: {BCA5CFBA-8FDC-4912-8D0C-F05CED067B26}
Parish: Wroughton                                                                Postal Code: SN4 9QL
THE SHRUNKEN MEDIEVAL HAMLET OF ELCOMBE
A Desk-Based Assessment of the Shrunken Medieval Hamlet of Elcombe, near Swindon, Wiltshire.
A Study Submitted for the MA in Landscape Archaeology, Bristol University
McQueen, M        Bristol : Mike McQueen, 2009, 41pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Mike McQueen
The study considered the archaeological value of the southern end of the hamlet of Elcombe, supposing
that proposals were made for the development of new housing or to convert some of the fields from
pasture to forestry. The principal features identified were three SMR sites referring to deserted
settlements, running east to west across the study area. The assessment recommended further work in
the event of any development. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009.082
Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no

                                              Torbay
Torbay UA

(B.87.664)                                                                                SX89346710,
AIP database ID: {6719B0CA-D808-4360-ABB0-7D7ECE0A01EF}                                   SX89346647
Parish: Coffinswell, Kingskerswell                                               Postal Code: TQ2 7SP,
                                                                                              TQ2 7SF
TORQUAY AREA 4 (SOUTH), LAND ADJACENT TO KINGSKERSWELL
ROAD/A3022
Torquay Area 4 [South], Land Adjacent to Kingskerswell Road/A3022, Torbay. Archaeology and
Cultural Heritage Assessment
Valentin, J & Weddell, P Bradninch : AC archaeology, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AC archaeology
There were no statutorily protected sites within or immediately adjacent to the proposed development
area. There were two previously recorded archaeological remains on the site itself; remnants of a
formerly more extensive medieval field system identified from cartographic sources and a small
prospecting clay quarry pit. Another probable small clay pit was identified during a site inspection. The
site itself was currently under rough pasture and scrub with only two internal hedgebanks surviving. A
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


hedgebank was present alongside a sunken lane [Kingskerswell Road] which was also probably of
medieval origin. Two nearby field names contained the “crock” element, which might have indicated
early [medieval/post-medieval] manufacture of pottery or other ceramics. There was some indication of
prehistoric activity in the area and it was possible that the topographical setting of the site meant that
the presence of prehistoric occupation, funerary remains or cultivation was a possibility. Any proposed
development would be likely to have some impact upon the identified surface features, as well as any
unrecorded buried archaeological remains which might have been present. There would not be any
impact on the setting of the various nearby statutorily protected heritage resources described in the
report. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.87.665)                                                                                   SX88546080
AIP database ID: {642AE62A-7166-4CF7-BD33-4D14BAD0AF99}
Parish: PAIGNTON                                                                  Postal Code: TQ3 3AN
6 CROWN AND ANCHOR WAY, PAIGNTON
Archaeological Assessment of 6 Crown and Anchor Way, Paignton, Torbay
Passmore, A J Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 14pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
An assessment of the standing buildings and potential below-ground remains was carried out at the site.
The majority of the fabric of the south range of the upstanding buildings dated to the late 19th century.
The earliest fabric surviving in the west elevation abutted the north range, but probably only related to
the short-lived buildings constructed in the mid 19th century. There was no evidence for medieval
fabric within this part of the building. Evidence for medieval use of the site could not therefore be
demonstrated from the upstanding buildings, and may perhaps only be elucidated from excavations. No
mitigation was recommended for the standing building. A watching brief during construction would
enable the presence or absence of below-ground archaeological deposits to be established and, if
required, recorded. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.87.666)                                                                                   SX88795859
AIP database ID: {6D3A30DE-22F2-4FF6-AE95-F2F32978D2D3}
                                                                                   Postal Code: TQ4 7JR
MARINE PARK HOLIDAY CENTRE, GRANGE ROAD, GOODRINGTON,
PAIGNTON
Archaeological Assessment of a Proposed Development at Marine Park Holiday Centre, Grange
Road, Goodrington, Paignton
Manning, P         Exeter : Exeter Archaeology, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Exeter Archaeology
The proposed development site lay within Goodrington, a settlement of probable Saxon origin. Early
maps suggested that the focus of the medieval village lay to the east of Grange road, but there may
have been peripheral activity in the area and a farm had probably existed here since the post-medieval
period or earlier. Prior to the establishment of the holiday centre the site was farm land, with associated
buildings. The main field had been an orchard probably since before 1800, and it was likely that some
of the buildings, which were probably also present before 1800, were associated with cider production
and storage. The southern edge of the site was part of a pasture field, which appears to have remained
undeveloped. Sites of buildings and other features identified within the development area included the
house, main farm ranges and ancillary buildings in the northern part of the site, an early building in the
western part of the site, and two later buildings associated with a quarry, to the south. A field boundary
in the southern part of the site may have been of early origin. The surviving early buildings on the site
consisted of a farm building dating from between 1865 and 1906 and possible remains of two buildings
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


present by 1840. The sites of the later buildings and quarry may have been truncated or removed by
terracing. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                             Wiltshire
North Wiltshire

(B.46.667)                                                                                 ST98007360
AIP database ID: {BE663521-AD73-49A4-A30E-705A2E222C73}
Parish: Bremhill                                                                Postal Code: SN119HG
PROPOSED HOUSE SITE AT BROOK FARM, BREMHILL
Proposed House Site at Brook Farm, Bremhill, North Wiltshire. Preliminary Archaeological
Assessment
Cox, P W           Chicklade : AC archaeology, 2009, 7pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AC archaeology
The assessment found no recorded evidence for significant archaeological remains on the proposed
house site. It lay in an area that had been exposed to some landslip in the past, probably since the
middle ages. Well-preserved ridge and furrow in part of the site may have affected the placement of a
proposed access road. Evaluation was recommended to fully assess the potential of the site. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009.069
Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no



(B.46.668)                                                                                 ST99727006
AIP database ID: {16D3C8E3-CF01-4BD9-9D41-74F281463CBE}
Parish: Calne                                                                   Postal Code: SN110NB
LAND AT SILVER STREET, CALNE
Land at Silver Street, Calne, Wiltshire. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Hawtin, T         Wincanton : Context One Archaeological Services, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Context One Archaeological Services
The assessment revealed that there was potential for archaeological remains to have survived within the
south-western part of the site, relating to activity or settlement dating to the Bronze Age, Iron Age and
Roman periods. There was also evidence for medieval and post-medieval activity, including a possible
smelting works referred to in historic field and road names. Possible remnants of field boundaries and
structures may also have been present in the study area. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 2009.081

OASIS ID :no


Salisbury

(B.46.669)                                                                                 SU12263104
AIP database ID: {FDCEA832-A888-4868-9D27-B17B8145A06C}
Parish: BEMERTON                                                                 Postal Code: SP2 9DQ
LAND AT BEMERTON SCHOOL, SALISBURY
Land at Bemerton School, Salisbury, Wiltshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Croxford, B     Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 16pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


The study area was located upon the site of the former Pembroke Park School. The assessment revealed
that there were no archaeological findspots or remains recorded within the site, and the potential for
previously unrecorded remains appeared to have been low. The site had been disturbed in the 20th
century by buildings relating to its use as a nursery, with buildings and large greenhouses across the
site. If remains of any of the previous structures known to have been built on the site survived, they
were not anticipated to have been of archaeological interest. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no


Newark and Sherwood

(B.37.67)                                                                                   SK78905200
AIP database ID: {24F69A50-E6C0-483F-B694-F8098A0CFB25}
Parish: Newark                                                                   Postal Code: NG244NQ
THE GRANGE CENTRE, GRANGE ROAD, NEWARK-ON-TRENT
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for land at The Grange Centre, Grange Road, Newark-
on-Trent, Nottinghamshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
An assessment was carried out in response to proposals for the construction of 66 new dwellings on the
site. During the Civil War, this area was close to the Parliamentarian seigeworks. The headquarters of
General Poyntz were also near to the assessment area, as were the lines of circumvallation. As part of
the site was relatively undisturbed and given the proximity and size of the seigeworks, there was a low
to moderate potential for archaeological features of the Civil War period to be found during any
groundworks. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.46.670)                                                                                  SU11922887
AIP database ID: {CAB8F7D1-978A-4998-829B-74368B606F0B}
Parish: Netherhampton                                                             Postal Code: SP2 8RH
WALDRONS FARM, HARNHAM
Waldrons Farm, Harnham, Wiltshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Wright D, Beach S, Cook N & Armour Chelu R            Salisbury : Wessex Archaeology, 2009, 33pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wessex Archaeology
The site was found to lay within an area of archaeological potential, with sites and findspots from the
prehistoric to modern periods throughout the vicinity. The site itself had no statutorily designated sites
or monuments, and the proposed mixed-use development would have little impact on any such remains
that existed within the surrounding area, although it may have impacted upon the Foxmore Drove [an
ancient trackway] and Roman road. There may also have been an impact relating to the development
potentially falling within the visual and landscape setting of Salisbury Cathedral in distant views. It
was recommended that further work be carried out, and that the Foxmore Drove should be retained
within the development. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD, RO

OASIS ID :no


                                   West Midlands
                                      Birmingham Area
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




Birmingham

(B.06.671)                                                                                SP10518771
AIP database ID: {15472A8C-7B8C-4E56-B06F-6EE16F7E5102}
Parish: ASTON                                                                   Postal Code: B8 3AU
SITE 1, COUCHMAN ROAD, SALTLEY
Site 1, Couchman Road, Saltley, Birmingham
Birmingham Archaeology Edgbaston : Birmingham Archaeology, 2009, 20pp, pls, figs
Work undertaken by: Birmingham Archaeology
The assessment found that the site may have just extended into an area previously identified as a
deserted medieval settlement. Extensive brick-making activity was known in the area in the late-19th
century, including kilns and clay extraction sites within the site boundary. Residential development of
the site occurred in the 20th century. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.06.672)                                                                                SP10518771
AIP database ID: {FEBE1E87-DC18-4520-9771-C16EBDECF3C6}
                                                                                Postal Code: B8 3AU
SITE 2, RAYMOND ROAD, SALTLEY
Site 2, Raymond Road, Saltley, Birmingham. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Ramsey, E          Edgbaston : Birmingham Archaeology, 2009, 37pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Birmingham Archaeology
The assessment found that the site may have just extended into an area previously identified as a
deserted medieval settlement. Extensive brick-making activity was known in the area in the late 19th
century, including kilns and clay extraction sites within the site boundary. Residential development of
the site occurred in the 20th century. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, MO, PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.06.673)                                                                               SP06668760,
AIP database ID: {ABFDCD7B-AC78-4FCC-91DC-0F9FE9C8420F}                                 SP0523086009
Parish: BIRMINGHAM, EDGBASTON                                                   Postal Code: B19 3LF,
                                                                                             B16 8LG
MIDLAND METRO PHASE 1 EXTENSIONS
Midland Metro Phase 1 Extensions. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Barratt, G & Broughton, L Birmingham : Scott Wilson, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Scott Wilson
Assessment of the site was carried out to inform a future development. There was found to be a low to
moderate potential for archaeological remains to be recovered. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.06.674)                                                                                SP04888927
AIP database ID: {866E43D5-AEFD-4AA2-AFBB-8C09D25C0071}
Parish: HANDSWORTH                                                              Postal Code: B21 0UL
95-107 HOLLIDAY ROAD, 92-102 GRASMERE ROAD, HANDSWORTH
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


95-107 Holliday Road, 92-102 Grasmere Road, Handsworth, Birmingham. Archaeological Desk-
based Assessment
Hislop, M          Edgbaston : Birmingham Archaeology, 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Birmingham Archaeology
The assessment revealed that the area had formed part of Matthew Boulton's planned landscape
associated with the Soho Manufactory, and that it lay just to the north of one of the artificial pools
created by the diversion of Hockley Brook, and within the park of Thornhill House, a late 18th century
building also owned by Boulton. Later development, including the draining of the pool and the
construction of a rope walk, was found to have occurred. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.06.675)                                                                                    SP09448252
AIP database ID: {80DA6F31-AB2F-4FB6-A6AF-2445DB7EBBC8}
Parish: YARDLEY (WORCESTER)                                                         Postal Code: B13 9LN
MOSELY PRIMARY SCHOOL
Mosely Primary School, West Midlands. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Craddock-Bennett, L       Hereford : Archaeological Investigations Ltd., 2009, 39pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Investigations Ltd.
The assessment found that there was a high to very high potential for Bronze Age archaeology to be
found within the application site. The survival of any remains would, however, be compromised by
gravel extraction and remodelling of the landscape for the construction of school buildings on the lower
site. Map evidence revealed the location of a possible moat in a field to the south of the application site.
Spring Hill College was a Grade II Listed Building. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.06.676)                                                                                    SP10918488
AIP database ID: {D615C634-2ACB-4285-9361-FE9392A0D558}
                                                                                   Postal Code: B25 8DW
TYSELEY ENERGY PARK, WEBSTER AND HORSEFALL, HAY MILLS
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Tyseley Energy Park, Webster and Horsefall, Hay Mills,
Birmingham, West Midlands
Watt, S & Gidman, J      London : CgMs, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment concluded that there was a low potential for medieval remains to be found on the site.
Post-medieval and modern development meant that there was not enough archaeological potential to
constrain development. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Coventry

(B.06.677)                                                                                    SP33207830
AIP database ID: {CA38D087-DC6C-44A8-9687-FB8FAB2856A2}
Parish: COVENTRY                                                                   Postal Code: CV1 2EX
FRIARGATE, COVENTRY
Friargate, Coventry. Archaeology Assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Davies, T         Cirencester : Waterman CPM, 2009, 27pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Waterman CPM
An assessment found little evidence for prehistoric or Roman activity within the site or the wider study
area, but showed there was potential for medieval and post-medieval remains. Potential for medieval
remains were likely to be largely limited to the northern extent of the site within the confines of the
medieval town. The medieval town wall crossed the site approximately at the same location as the
current line of New Union and Warwick Road. A number of Listed and locally Listed buildings could
be impacted by the development. Both the Grade II Listed Coventry Station and the locally Listed
Rocket public house lay within the site. The station should be retained. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: ECT 520

OASIS ID :no



(B.06.678)                                                                                 SP33467879
AIP database ID: {7C873C68-C651-494F-A94D-E68EABF81755}
                                                                                Postal Code: CV1 5SD
SALT LANE, COVENTRY
Salt Lane, Coventry. Cultural Heritage Desk-based Assessment
Halcrow Group Ltd.        Worcester : Halcrow Group Ltd., 2009, 42pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Halcrow Group Ltd.
The western boundary of the site was formed by a sandstone wall which may have dated from the
Victorian period or earlier. The setting of the adjacent Listed Buildings would be a material
consideration although their settings were already heavily impacted upon by modern structures.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.06.679)                                                                                 SP33007900
AIP database ID: {12C5F980-354E-44FC-BC00-8E2C5D5C2B0B}
                                                                                Postal Code: CV1 3LT
SIDNEY STRINGER ACADEMY, COVENTRY
Sidney Stringer Academy, Coventry. Desk-based Assessment of the Archaeological Resource
Soden, I Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 19pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
In the medieval period, the site was probably open fields, while the establishment and growth of New
Town (later Hillfields) represented the first development of the land. Subsequent demolition and
rebuilding from the 1960s probably removed all but vestiges and cellars of the former Hillfields streets
and their frontages. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Rushcliffe

(B.37.68)                                                                                 SK70304050
AIP database ID: {3A8DA32B-4323-4D9C-992F-9B7BBBA85B80}
Parish: Bingham                                                                 Postal Code: NG138HS
CHAPEL LANE, BINGHAM
Chapel Lane, Bingham, Nottinghamshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Carter, N       Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 81pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


At the time of writing the proposed development site was occupied by light industrial/commercial
premises in the western section of the site, rough grassland in the central section, and further light
industrial/commercial premises in the east of the site. The proposed development scheme comprised
the demolition of all existing structures and features and the construction of a Part 1/Part 2 storey retail
store with associated service yard, car park and petrol station. Bingham Conservation Area was located
c.120m to the south-east of the proposed development site and the Scheduled Monument of Bingham
Henge was located c.70m to the north of the proposed development site. Based upon the available
evidence, there was considered to be a medium to high potential for evidence of significant
archaeological activity dating from the prehistoric periods, a low to medium potential for evidence of
significant archaeological activity dating from the Roman periods, and a low potential for evidence of
significant archaeological activity dating to the early medieval, medieval and post-medieval periods.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Wolverhampton

(B.06.680)                                                                                     SJ92680213
AIP database ID: {BF2F4308-1F11-4A3B-9A68-EA28D7A184D3}
Parish: BUSHBURY                                                                  Postal Code: WV108DP
BUSHBURY HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, OLD FALLINGS LANE, BUSHBURY,
WOLVERHAMPTON
Desk-Based Assessment and Geophysical Survey at Bushbury Hill Primary School, Old Fallings
Lane, Bushbury, Wolverhampton
Vaughn, T           Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Historic Environment & Archaeology
Service, 2009, 86pp, pls, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Historic Environment & Archaeology Service
The farm was known to have existed from the 1780s, although there was cartographic evidence that a
house may have occupied the site in 1775 and circumstantial evidence for a house as early as the
1580s. The house comprised a three storey, three bay brick building with sash windows and a shallow
hipped roof. It overlooked a garden with trees, an oval pond enclosed by a wide sweeping drive off Old
Fallings Lane. The farmyard buildings lay toward the north, while discrete paddocks, an orchard and a
possible formal garden occupied the southeast side. The farm was owned and occupied by the Phillips
family through the 18th and 19th centuries. In 1925 the then owners, Low Hill Bushbury Estate
Company Ltd, sold it to Wolverhampton Corporation, who built the schools buildings to the north-east
between 1930-3, and leased the house to the TOC H charitable organisation. The farm was finally
demolished in 1948 and the land subsumed within the school. The geophysical survey identified extant
buried deposits associated with the house, the eastern portion of the farmyard and the drive. The other
elements of the farm may have been largely removed during demolition and subsequent landscaping.
Also a large number of irregular anomalies which could not be ascribed to known farm buildings, nor
assigned a date were discovered. The below ground archaeological potential of the site was somewhat
indeterminate. It was recommended that further evaluation be undertaken with trial trenches excavated
across the anomalies and a sample of apparently blank areas along with monitoring of any proposed
geotechnical investigations. The original school buildings along the north-east side of the site were
typical of 1930s public building style and were integral to the surrounding housing estate which was
planned and developed in the later 1920s and early 1930s. They therefore had group value as part of
this sub-urban landscape. A recurring circular glazing bar motif design in the windows was unusual
and potentially unique. It was therefore recommended that recording by undertaken of these buildings
prior to alteration or demolition. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :fieldsec1-61374



(B.6.681)                                                                                      SJ94480032
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: WOLVERHAMPTON
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


OASIS Record: Canal bridge at Wednesfield
Desk-based assessment, evaluation and recording on the site of a bridge at the rear of High Street,
Wednesfield, near Wolverhampton
Martin Cook BA MIFA nb Sundowner Lapworth Grand Union Canal : Martin Cook BA MIFA,
2009, A4 dark blue card cover wih window
Work undertaken by: Martin Cook BA MIFA
Desk based assessment, evaluation and watching brief on the site of the demolished bridge over the
Wyrley and Essington Canal at Wednesfield [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1516586, 8500

OASIS ID :martinco1-59686

                                         Herefordshire
County of Herefordshire

(B.60.682)                                                                                 SO65205550
AIP database ID: {8A22AB09-186D-4BC3-8292-DD70146C6C65}
Parish: Bromyard and Winslow                                                    Postal Code: HR7 4LW
LAND AT PORTHOUSE, TENBURY ROAD, BROMYARD
Land at Porthouse, Tenbury Road, Bromyard, Herefordshire. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Preston, S       Reading : Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Thames Valley Archaeological Services
The site was thought to have an overall moderate potential for archaeological remains. Very little in the
way of previous investigation had been carried out, and the site lay in an area where virtually no
evidence was recorded for periods earlier than the post-medieval. Further work was recommended.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.60.683)                                                                                 SO51406300
AIP database ID: {4B415D9A-F72E-46CF-9740-DF3B63BB5895}
Parish: Eye, Moreton and Ashton                                                  Postal Code: HR6 0DL
A49 AT BERRINGTON HALL
Proposed Highway Drainage Works on the A49 at Beddington Hall, Herefordshire Archaeological
Assessment
Hawkes, J         Hindon : AC archaeology, 2006, 36pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: AC archaeology
No evidence for prehistoric, Roman or Saxon monuments, sites or findspots was located within the
vicinity of the scheme, and the historic setting was therefore provided by the Capability Brown
landscape and the preceding medieval settlement initially focused on the manorial earthwork complex
south of Lower Ashton Farm. Plotting of aerial photograph evidence demonstrated extensive areas of
ridge and furrow, some restricted parts would be impacted by the proposed works. There was no other
evidence that any other classes of site would be directly affected. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no



(B.60.684)                                                                                 SO50804000
AIP database ID: {6E122BAA-DDC2-414F-AF90-B1BBFA603BBB}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Parish: Hereford                                                                 Postal Code: HR4 0AD
31 EIGN GATE, HEREFORD
31 Eign Gate, Hereford. An Archaeological Assessment
Pikes, P J        Fownhope : Archenfield Archaeology, 2009, 45pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archenfield Archaeology
Number 31 was a three storey building of the mid 18th century, within the structure were embedded the
timber gables of a much earlier, two-storey jettied building. There was no threat to these structures. The
property transversed the remains of Herefords pre-Norman bank and ditch. The upper fill was observed
during construction work in 1985. However, deep foundations and cellars constructed in the later 20th
century to both east and west will have altered the local drainage and comprised the environmental
material within the ditch fill. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 18201

OASIS ID :no



(B.60.685)                                                                                  SO50403990
AIP database ID: {6318B239-7ABD-4BF5-A609-4CC34D083F50}
                                                                                 Postal Code: HR4 0DW
GREYFRIARS, HEREFORD
Greyfriars, Hereford. An Archaeological Assessment
Pikes, P J         Fownhope : Archenfield Archaeology, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archenfield Archaeology
The area known as Greyfriars had archaeological traces of activity dating from the 12th century. In the
second half of the 18th century, the southern part of the area, known as "The Friars", was developed for
industry and riverside wharfage for the River Wye barge traffic. This activity ceased with the coming
of the railways in the 1850s. The brick buildings of the Friars were redeveloped as domestic housing in
the late 19th century. The large house on the present site was the Greyfriars Restaurant in the 1960s
and later Campions Restaurant. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: SHE 8447

OASIS ID :archenfi2-54740

                            MULTI-COUNTY RECORD
Birmingham

(B.50.686)                                                                                  SP09508750
AIP database ID: {59318CA8-0120-4764-BD1F-69D019C8B9A8}
Parish: ASTON                                                                      Postal Code: B8 1EE
A REVIEW OF GEOARCHAEOLOGY IN THE MIDLANDS OF ENGLAND
A Review of Geoarchaeology in the Midlands of England
Canti, M Portsmouth : English Heritage, 2009, 83pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: English Heritage
Geoarchaeology formed the backbone of many modern archaeological projects or provided additional
specialist information where stratigraphic issues may arise during excavation. It involved the study of a
wide range of deposits from Aeolian silt to anthropogenic wastes, and utilised information from a
number of specialist methodologies including various forms of soil analysis, sedimentology, and
chemical survey. The activities carried out may be diverse and the significance of the results may be
apparent at a range of scales. Only some areas of the geoarchaeological spectrum were suitable for
regional synthesis, particularly where site-specific processes being studied had some form of regional
significance or control. These could be natural or anthropogenic processes, and may be interactions of
the two. This review concentrated on these regionally significant aspects of geoarchaeology, providing
a review of major work already carried out, and pointers to future priorities. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


OASIS ID :no

                                           Shropshire
Shrewsbury and Atcham

(B.39.687)                                                                                  SJ54901020
AIP database ID: {69B98112-966B-4DDC-BD12-19ADA53D686F}
Parish: Atcham                                                                   Postal Code: SY4 4TN
ATTINGHAM PARK CAR PARK AND DRIVE
Attingham Park Car Park and Drive Improvements. Heritage Statement
National Trust Attingham : National Trust, 2009, 8pp, figs
Work undertaken by: National Trust
A settlement around Home Farm, known as Berwick Maviston, was cleared to make way for the
expansion of the park in 1797. Its earthworks and water-filled moat were still there. The park was
registered as Grade II* and the mansion was Listed as Grade I ,with other buildings Listed at Grade II*
and Grade II. A moated site and fishpools were Scheduled Ancient Monuments. Maps indicated the
area of the car park was in use as a field in 1807 and a stable block known in the area was later lost. A
small depression was believed to have been from gravel extraction, possibly in WWII. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 6367
Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no



(B.39.688)                                                                                  SJ49891385
AIP database ID: {E34BBD58-97AE-4CD0-BAB7-42C059F2D3FE}
Parish: SHREWSBURY ST. MARY                                                      Postal Code: SY1 2SU
DITHERINGTON FLAX MILL, SHREWSBURY
Ditherington Flax Mill, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blythe, K          Lancaster : Oxford Archaeology North, 2009, 53pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology North
The desk-based assessment identified 45 sites within the study area which related predominantly to the
use of the site as a flax mill. 29 of the sites were within the area of proposed development. The
majority comprised thje potential buried remains of former buildings, although two included standing
buldings which could be impact and an extant sili which was proposed for demolition. Three sites were
likely to have been damaged by the erection of a grain store and another site was located in an area
now occupied by a malt silo. In particular, the site of cluster house, a canal and warehouse site merited
investigaiton. The remains of early gas plant features were also considered to be of archaeological
interest. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 4563
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no

                                         Staffordshire
LICHFIELD

(B.41.689)                                                                                 SK11560987
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: LICHFIELD
OASIS Record: Lichfield Cathedral School
Cathedral School, Lichfield Staffordshire: Desk-based assessment
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Cambrian Archaeological Projects Ltd         Llanidloes : Cambrian Archaeological Projects Ltd, 2009,
A4-sized report comprising text, figures and plates.
Work undertaken by: Cambrian Archaeological Projects Ltd
Desk-based assessment of new fencing in scheduled area [OASIS]

SMR primary record number: 1528578

OASIS ID :cambrian1-78153



(B.37.69)                                                                                SK68553603
AIP database ID: {34B4C214-15AD-4C6C-B4FD-2849D64622C7}
Parish: Cropwell Bishop                                                       Postal Code: NG123DD
LAND TO THE WEST OF CROPWELL BUTLER ROAD, CROPWELL BISHOP
Land to the West of Cropwell Butler Road, Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire
Bennett-Samuels, M         London : CgMs, 2009, 28pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment found that there were relatively few dated archaeological remains in the vicinity of the
site. However, since the area had not been the subject of any systematic investigation, there was a
possibility that remains had been under recorded. It was therefore considered appropriate for a scheme
of archaeological investing and recording in advance of any construction on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Stafford

(B.41.690)                                                                                SJ93602260
AIP database ID: {488161FF-3299-4E57-A9F9-910B1C352668}
Parish: CASTLE CHURCH                                                          Postal Code: ST174LX
AREVA T&D, FAIRWAY, STAFFORD
Areva T&D, Fairway, Stafford. Planning Application. Cultural Heritage Desk-based Assessment
Atkins Heritage Epsom : Atkins Heritage, 2009, 26pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Atkins Heritage
No known archaeological sites were recorded within the boundaries of the site. Based on current
information, the areas where presently unknown archaeological remains were likely to survive
primarily focused on the southern section of the site. This comprised rough open grassland on the
active floodplain. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: SST4541

OASIS ID :no

                                       Stoke-on-Trent
Stoke-on-Trent UA

(B.83.691)                                                                                SJ87824863
AIP database ID: {C6836BD5-FA4A-4671-9486-BFDCC19659C0}
Parish: BURSLEM                                                                 Postal Code: ST6 2PE
FURNIVAL STREET, CORBRIDGE
Archaeological Desk- based Assessment in Support ot the Planning Application for Furnival Street,
Corbridge, Stoke on Trent (Phase 1)
Dawson, C        Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Wardell Armstrong, 2009, 18pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Wardell Armstrong
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                    Desk-based Assessment


The assessment established that there was no Listed buildings or Scheduled Ancient Monuments within
the boundary of the site. The site was not located within a conservation area. A previous desk-based
assessment identified the presence of the Alexander Pottery within the site from the start of the 20th
century. There were two other potteries within the proposed development area. These comprised the
Brownfield works and an earthenware factory. The sites of both these potteries had been cleared and
used for residential development by 1925. It was possible that below ground remains of both potteries
would be present. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                    Telford & Wrekin
Telford and Wrekin UA

(B.85.692)                                                                               SJ69900850
AIP database ID: {2680B3D3-3E44-4BD7-8D2D-D8CB8FA6B03F}
Parish: Great Dawley                                                            Postal Code: TF3 4JF
SOUTHWATER
Southwater, Telford Town Centre. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Malcomson, A & Barnes, I            Basingstoke : WSP Environmental Ltd., 2009, 22pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: WSP Environmental Ltd.
The post-medieval industrial activity was the principal area of archaeological interest. These remains
were likely to constitute evidence of mineral extraction and material associated with the Shropshire
Canal. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.85.693)                                                                               SJ67100510
AIP database ID: {99ACC45D-54B7-45E6-BA46-D69878DDD26F}
Parish: The Gorge                                                              Postal Code: TF8 7EQ
LAND AT CHERRY TREE HILL, COALBROOKDALE
Archaeological Assessment of land at Cherry Tree Hill, Coalbrookdale
Belford, P        Telford : Ironbridge Archaeology, 2009, 16pp, colour pls, pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Ironbridge Archaeology
In April and May 2009 a survey of an area of subsidence was undertaken near Cherry Tree Hill in
Coalbrookdale, on behalf of the Severn Gorge Countryside Trust. The subsidence was found to be
associated with the “New Engine” which was in use from the 1770s until the later 19th century. The
subsidence was most likely to have been a mine-shaft served by the “New Engine”, probably for coal
and clay extraction. [Au]


OASIS ID :no

                                       Warwickshire
Nuneaton and Bedwort

(B.44.694)                                                                               SP38609320
AIP database ID: {A58E3ABC-C088-42A8-A5AD-0201C1A97C09}
Parish: NUNEATON                                                              Postal Code: CV116BG
LAND ADJACENT TO ST. NICHOLAS' PARK, NUNEATON
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land Adjacent to St. Nicholas' Park, Nuneaton,
Warwickshire
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Richards, G        Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 20pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The proposed housing development lay in a well recorded archaeological landscape, with extensive
multi-period remains in the vicinity. There was thought to be moderate potential for archaeological
remains of all periods within the site itself. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.44.695)                                                                                  SP35619259
AIP database ID: {490EE445-CE7D-473F-8A8B-F75143233DF7}
                                                                                 Postal Code: CV115EG
LAND TO THE NORTH OF JODRELL STREET, NUNEATON
Land to the North of Jodrell Street, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Roberts, J         Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 20pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
Archaeological deposits relating to the medieval and post-medieval period were thought to be present
over parts of the site. This evidence was likely to have related to medieval agriculture, outbuildings and
rubbish disposal. The northern part of the site was developed in the 19th and 20th century, but the
southern part remained relatively undisturbed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-54230


Warwick

(B.44.696)                                                                                  SP15507200
AIP database ID: {109320C9-3133-4EE6-9604-723F3B5DEBF5}
Parish: Lapworth                                                                   Postal Code: B94 5NJ
LAND AT SANDS FARM, LAPWORTH, NEAR HOCKLEY HEATH
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Land at Sands Farm, Lapworth, near Hockley Heath,
Warwickshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 42pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The site was found to have a low to moderate potential for the discovery of archaeological remains.
Little was known about the site and surrounding area, however, this may have been due to the
relatively undeveloped nature of the site. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.44.697)                                                                                  SP18706740
AIP database ID: {FA50A512-CA62-4703-B892-676C5BEB2A63}
Parish: Rowington                                                                 Postal Code: B95 5ER
LAND AT ROOKERY LANE, LOWSONFORD
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land at Rookery Lane, Lowsonford, Warwickshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 36pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


The assessment found that the area was archaeologically unattested, and as the fields were previously
undeveloped, there was a low to moderate potential for archaeological remains to be encountered
during any development. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.44.698)                                                                                 SP28106490
AIP database ID: {EEFCED67-7C3F-4801-803D-19F7F5B04D6E}
Parish: Warwick                                                                 Postal Code: CV344BJ
SHIRE HALL, WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL OFFICES, WARWICK
Shire Hall, Warwickshire County Council Offices, Warwick
Greig, I Warwick : Warwickshire Museum Field Services, 2010, 2pp
Work undertaken by: Warwickshire Museum Field Services
A Heritage Audit of the Warwickshire County Council Offices highlighted the surviving original
features, mainly in common areas and senior officers' offices, in the 1930s Offices on Northgate Street.
These Offices formed two, almost complete, courtyards set behind the 18th century facades of the
former County Gaol of which little else survived except for the underground felons’ night cell of 1680.
All the offices attracted the Grade I Listing of this part of the building. Extensions built in 1958
included a nondescript range of offices on Old Square and the unaltered Council Chamber which was
of its period. Further extensions built in 1966 included the relatively elegant Antechamber, Committee
Rooms and members area and further ranges of offices on Market Place and Barrack Street. Among
other buildings used as offices the unlisted 16 Old Square, the former Dale Temperance Hotel and
Coffee Tavern, built in 1880, was a high quality building with many surviving original features which
was designed to rival the late 19th century “gin-palace” pubs of the brewers. The Grade II Listed No 1
Northgate Street was an early 18th century town house built after the Great Warwick fire of 1694.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO

OASIS ID :no

                                       Worcestershire
Wychavon

(B.93.699)                                                                                 SP09503750
AIP database ID: {7F83670A-99A3-46BA-999C-3E684FAB27CF}
Parish: Broadway                                                               Postal Code: WR127AA
THE WORCESTERSHIRE HISTORIC TOWNS SURVEY
The Worcestershire Historic Towns Survey The Story of Broadway
Worcestershire County Council       Worcester : Worcestershire County Council, 2009, 10pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council
Broadway became important in the medieval period, and continued to be a significant town in the post-
medieval period. After a difficult time in the 16th century the town became prosperous again in the
17th and 18th centuries. There was little archaeological evidence for settlement in the Broadway area
in the prehistoric and Roman period. An estate at Broadway was owned by Pershore Abbey in the 10th
century. The Domesday Book records a priest, so there was probably a church by that time. Broadway
was as a medieval new town created by the Abbey of Pershore either in the late 12th century or mid-
13th century. Broadway was thriving in the late 13th century, but seems to have declined in the early
14th century. The town was owned by Pershore Abbey until the abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII in
1539. Broadway seems to have been prosperous in the 17th and 18th centuries even though it was no
longer formally classed as a town. As in other Cotswold towns, wealth was based on the wool and cloth
trade. After the turnpike roads were built in the 17th century, Broadway became an important stop on
coaching routes. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :no


Derbyshire Dales

(B.17.7)                                                                                    SK17407100
AIP database ID: {BE6894BF-922A-47A4-BC7D-923307FC5693}
Parish: Ashford in the Water                                                      Postal Code: SK178SZ
FIN COP HILLFORT
Fin Cop Hillfort An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Brightman, J         Bakewell : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 59pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
The site contained archaeological remains dating to a variety of periods, much of which were still
visible above ground. Alongside the known and visible hillfort defences and cairns, previous limited
fieldwalking and finds collection showed there was good potential for worked stone artefacts to be
preserved in the topsoil. There was clear preservation of earthworks relating to the hillfort although the
condition was variable due to both natural subsistence and also robbing of the limestone from the
ramparts. In some areas it was likely that there would be preservation of the primary ditch silts and
potentially pre-hillfort land surfaces. In the southern field containing remains of the rampart, the
preservation was less visible as ridge and furrow, due to ploughing, and the ditch was nearly invisible
in places. It was likely that there was little soil coverage at the summit of Fin Cop due to natural soil
erosion this suggested that there was a low chance of preservation of sub surface features within the
hillfort interior. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.37.70)                                                                                   SK50003000
AIP database ID: {32C265BE-87C9-4C1E-B9DA-440DB46BBB2F}
Parish: Ratcliffe on Soar                                                        Postal Code: NG110EE
ALTERNATIVE A453 ROUTES, CLIFTON, RUDDINGTON AND BARTON IN
FABIS
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Alternative A453 Routes, Clifton, Ruddington and
Barton in Fabis, Nottinghamshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 58pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment covered five proposed routes for the A453 widening scheme at Clifton. All proposed
routes would impact quite heavily on archaeological remains in the area, which was very rich and
included a Scheduled Roman villa, findspots for prehistoric, Roman and medieval artefacts, several
cropmarks, a deserted medieval settlement, a Conservation Area and two areas containing the remains
of medieval open field systems. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Wyre Forest

(B.93.700)                                                                                  SO83407680
AIP database ID: {4D7D437D-9E6A-408F-A2F5-2BE78D0B0993}
Parish: KIDDERMINSTER BOROUGH                                                    Postal Code: DY101PT
EDWARD STREET, KIDDERMINSTER
Building Report. Edward Street, Kidderminster
Gilbert, N       Kidderminster : Historic Kidderminster project, 2009, 4pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Historic Kidderminster Project
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


This report was undertaken as part of the Historic Kidderminster Project. Edward Street was known
until 1901 as New Wood Street. It was of interest because it had ceased to exist, having been
demolished in the 1970s as part of the ring road development. It was also significant in that, as New
Wood Street, it had been given as an example of land club activity. This seemed to have been incorrect.
The most likely position was that the laying out of New Wood Street and the subsequent building of
houses were undertaken by individual enterprise. [Au]

Archaeological periods represented: MO

OASIS ID :no


                       Yorkshire & Humberside
                               East Riding of Yorkshire
East Riding of Yorkshire

(B.57.701)                                                                                SE71402440
AIP database ID: {3192D601-19B0-4CAC-95D6-2DDDD1E1CAE8}
Parish: Airmyn                                                                  Postal Code: DN148JZ
COURT HOUSE FARM, GOOLE
Court House Farm, Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire. An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
McIntyre, L       York : On Site Archaeology, 2009, 33pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: On Site Archaeology
Ten known archaeological sites and findspots were found within the study area, with seven additional
sites where previous archaeological interventions took place. The assessment showed that the proposed
area of development had moderate archaeological potential for the Neolithic and Bronze Age, low
archaeological potential for the Iron Age/Roman and medieval periods and moderate to high
archaeological potential for the post-medieval period. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 16471

OASIS ID :no



(B.57.702)                                                                                TA02353221
AIP database ID: {97D2C6AC-D392-445B-9C61-C8E3AE22A1C9}
Parish: Cottingham                                                              Postal Code: HU165JQ
CASTLE HILL HOSPITAL CAR PARK 1, COTTINGHAM
Catle Hill Hospital Car Park 1, Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire
Grassam, A         Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
A desk-based assessment found the proposed development site was in a landscape which had produced
evidence for human activity from the early prehistoric period and evidence for Bronze Age, Iron Age
and Roman activity. The land in the study area was probably in agricultural use by the medieval period
being enclosed in 1791. A castellated gothic mansion called Cottingham Castle was built to the east in
the 1860s and all that remained was the Grade II Listed octagonal tower, located immediately to the
west of the proposed site. A sanatorium was built on the site in 1916 and Castle Hill Hospital was
constructed twelve years later. Cartographic information indicated a building on the southern end of the
site in 1952 buts its function was unknown. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.57.703)                                                                                SE95804510
AIP database ID: {EBDFADC6-FF73-4EAD-88A8-D4B755236101}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Parish: Dalton Holme                                                            Postal Code: HU177PW
DALTON HALL, SOUTH DALTON, BEVERLEY
Dalton Hall, South Dalton, Beverley, East Yorkshire. Initial Archaeological Assessment
MAP Archaeological Consultancy Ltd.        Malton : MAP Archaeological Consultancy Ltd., 2009,
25pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: MAP Archaeological Consultancy Ltd.
The proposed Log and Chip store was located within Dalton Park, which was a Registered Park and
Garden. There were no known nationally important archaeological remains on the site that would have
prevented the proposed development. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 15789

OASIS ID :no



(B.57.704)                                                                                 SE74782825
AIP database ID: {63F1D52A-2E26-452A-9CDE-9CD80E1D00D0}
Parish: Howden                                                                  Postal Code: DN147BS
PROPOSED NEW DRAINAGE WORKS, HOWDEN MINSTER, HOWDEN
Proposed New Drainage Works, Howden Minster, Howden, East Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-
Based Assessment
Dennison, E       Beverley : Ed Dennison Archaeological Services Ltd., 2009, 45pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Ed Dennison Archaeological Services Ltd.
The proposed new drainage works lay within the scheduled west end of the former Minster choir,
which was originally built in c.1267-72 but which was replaced by the present ruined structure in
c.1310-40. There are currently 33 marked burial plots in the choir, mostly of 19th and 20th century
date, although a few are more recent. There are an unknown number of other burials that were not
visible or marked with stones, including perhaps that of John of Howden who was buried in the choir in
1272. The new drainage works were likely to have some archaeological implications, although some of
the proposed trenches would be relatively shallow. Nevertheless, some of the trenches had the potential
to disturb a number of known and unmarked burials, as well as structural remains associated with the
Minster choir and even perhaps the earlier Saxon and Norman church. A series of archaeological
recommendations for mitigation were proposed. Initially, a detailed survey of the west end of the choir,
followed by the hand excavation of two archaeological test pits along the lines of the proposed
drainage runs. Depending on the results of this work, it may be sufficient to carry out an archaeological
watching brief during the subsequent drainage works. Alternatively, if significant archaeological
deposits were uncovered, it may be necessary to archaeologically excavate all or some of the proposed
drainage alignments. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO, MD

OASIS ID :no



(B.57.705)                                                                                 TA17602900
AIP database ID: {A9E73647-28EF-4505-83AB-A41610CC4C69}
Parish: Preston                                                                  Postal Code: HU128PT
PROPOSED EASTERN PARK AND RIDE SITE, FORMER HULL AIRFIELD,
PRESTON
Proposed Eastern Park and Ride Site, Former Hull Airfield, Preston, East Yorkshire.
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Dennison,E        Beverley : Ed Dennison Archaeological Services Ltd., 2009, 73pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Ed Dennison Archaeological Services Ltd.
A total of 31 archaeological sites were identified within the study area. These dated from the medieval
to the modern periods, and included a medieval moated complex (a Scheduled Monument), traces of
medieval ridge and furrow, 18th and 19th century agricultural landscape features, a former 19th
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


century racecourse and 20th century airfield, and several Second World War air defence structures.
Only two identified sites and parts of four other sites extended into the proposed park and ride
development site. None of these sites were considered to be sufficiently important to justify their
permanent preservation in situ, although it was appropriate for them to remain undisturbed if they lie
outside the development footprint. However, it was deemed important that sites affected by
development were recorded prior to and during construction. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, MD, PM

OASIS ID :no

                       Former County of South Yorkshire
Barnsley

(B.04.706)                                                                                 SE46700260
AIP database ID: {6CEDBC63-3DE1-408A-8BDB-514D854E7B48}
Parish: BOLTON UPON DEARNE                                                       Postal Code: S63 8GX
ADWICK WASHLANDS, BOLTON-UPON-DEARNE
Adwick Washlands, Bolton-upon-Dearne, South Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
May, R Sheffield : ARCUS, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: ARCUS
Opencast coal mining had been undertaken across about a third of the proposed wetland site. Iron Age
to Roman period fields, trackways and enclosures were recorded within the vicinity of the site and a
Bronze Age palstave was found a short distance to the west. The Cranewel Dike was also straightened
and remained relating to an earlier course may have survived to the east of Cranewell Lane. The
proposed wetland habitat site was adjacent to a WWII heavy anti-aircraft gun emplacement. [Au(abr)


OASIS ID :arcus2-66502



(B.04.707)                                                                                 SE30960988
AIP database ID: {DB85C892-94BD-4275-97F0-33278D5487A1}
Parish: DARTON                                                                   Postal Code: S75 5NB
DARTON, BARNSLEY
Darton, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Appraisal
Holderness, H Sheffield : ARCUS, 2009, 25pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: ARCUS
The site had no known archaeological features and although a small building was known from map
data, no trace survived and its location was under the modern footpath and road. The southern edge of
the site appeared to have been the northern edge of Darton Quarry in the mid 19th century, although no
quarrying was recorded within the development area. The construction of council offices in the 1930s
removed the soil and bedrock on the northern half of the site. A house at the rear of the offices was
built on a levelled area at the same time. The actions removed any potential archaeology in over half of
the site. The potential for surviving archaeological features across the site was low. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.04.708)                                                                                 SE35361151
AIP database ID: {7F2AA3A0-866D-46F1-83BA-8155E410FB8A}
Parish: ROYSTON                                                                  Postal Code: S71 4RS
THE RAILWAY, 199 HIGH STREET, ROYSTON
The Railway, 199 High Street, Royston, South Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Appraisal
Stenton, M & Dawson, L Sheffield : ARCUS, 2009, 23pp, pls, figs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                   Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: ARCUS
The building was likely to have been constructed as a coaching inn in the 18th century. There was a
potential for subsurface remains associated with the 18th/19th century structures within the proposal
area. The standing buildings were of local archaeological interest. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Doncaster

(B.04.709)                                                                              SE57310296
AIP database ID: {BFA39EC9-9ABE-4E04-8E25-E3A2D8726CC3}
Parish: DONCASTER                                                            Postal Code: DN1 3AH
115-125 ST. SEPULCHRE GATE, DONCASTER
115-125 St. Sepulchre Gate, Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Stenton, M        Sheffield : ARCUS, 2009, 36pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: ARCUS
The proposal site was redeveloped between 1966 and 1970. However, subsurface remains assocated
with the former 18th and 19th century structures may survive beneath the car parks. None of the
standing buildings appeared to be of archaeological interest. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                             Rutland
Rutland UA

(B.77.71)                                                                               SK81600120
AIP database ID: {51C67F2A-CDDF-4020-AC2A-6F922CECF0DC}
Parish: Belton-in-Rutland                                                     Postal Code: LE159LB
LAND TO THE REAR OF 16 AND 18 MAIN STREET, BELTON IN RUTLAND
Report on the Present Archaeological Potential of Land to the Rear of 16 and 18 Main Street, Belton
in Rutland, Rutland
Wyatt, M         : M Wyatt, 2009, 11pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: M Wyatt
The site was assessed during building work, and found to have been significantly previously
developed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.04.710)                                                                              SE57270353
AIP database ID: {50383DDD-1218-4CF3-AA73-5E300FAEF6B6}
                                                                              Postal Code: DN1 1RE
LAND AT TESCO STORE, CHURCH VIEW, DONCASTER
Land at Tesco Store, Church View, Doncaster
Chadwick, P        London : CgMs, 2009, 41pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
Previous archaeological investigations indicated that the site had a very good potential for
archaeological deposits of Roman, medieval and post-medieval date. However, ground disturbance
from 19th and 20th century development and redevelopment on the site would have been extensive,
suggesting that in places archaeological deposits would have been truncated or destroyed. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


OASIS ID :no



(B.04.711)                                                                                 SE53760140
AIP database ID: {2EB6E1C7-025A-4047-8B56-D2476C12337D}
Parish: Sprotbrough and Cusworth                                                 Postal Code: DN5 7NB
SPROTBROUGH WEIR, SPROTBROUGH
Sprotbrough Weir, Sprotbrough, South Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A        Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
The weir was in operation by the early 18th century with a walk mill also recorded at the southern end
of the weir. The walk mill was used for processing cloth until the late 18th century and was
subsequently used for grinding flint for use in pottery manufacture. The mill went out of use in the late
19th century and the building demolished in the early 20th century. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :archaeol11-60265



(B.04.712)                                                                                 SE65601240
AIP database ID: {92F00A8E-FCA6-437D-8E57-D0FF53C1E767}
Parish: Stainforth                                                               Postal Code: DN7 5TQ
STAINFORTH MARINA
Archaeological Impact Assessment. Stainforth Marina, South Yorkshire
Flitcroft, M      Newark : CgMs, 2009, 31pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
An assessment established that the application site contained buried archaeological remains of a rural
landscape of late prehistoric and Roman date comprising field systems and settlement site, earthwork
remains of a flood defence bank with 17th century origins and upstanding remains of 20th century date.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PR, RO, PM

OASIS ID :no


Rotherham

(B.04.713)                                                                                 SE42260105
AIP database ID: {FF77A878-9704-423B-AC76-9D509552CDD3}
Parish: WEST MELTON                                                               Postal Code: S63 6NF
HIGHFIELD FARM, WEST MELTON, ROTHERHAM
Highfield Farm, West Melton, Rotherham, South Yorkshire. An Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Scurfield, C      Barnsley : CS Archaeology, 2009, 71pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CS Archaeology
The proposed development area (PDA) contained a number of historical standing buildings and some
historically demolished. As part of the assessment two historically demolished farmsteads, east of
Highfield Farm, were identified within the PDA. Highfield Farm probably dated to at least the late
17th/ early 18th century. The demolished buildings, in particular "Old Hall Farm", did appear to be
earlier, from the at least the 17th century, and the site still remained of importance. Nine buildings
within the PDA were standing in 1773 and of these three still survived but six were historically
demolished. No previous archaeological work had taken place within the village of West Melton, and
its archaeological potential had never been investigated. There was an unknown potential for further
unknown archaeology within the PDA. Further work in the form of a building record and evaluation
was recommended. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




OASIS ID :csarchae1-67142


Sheffield

(B.04.714)                                                                               SK36339024
AIP database ID: {13ADF5AE-DB53-41E0-8607-226069174F52}
Parish: SHEFFIELD                                                                Postal Code: S5 7AR
NGH MULTI-STOREY CAR PARK, SHEFFIELD
Northern General Hospital Multi-Storey Car Park, Sheffield. Desk-based Assessment
Broughton, L       Leeds : Scott Wilson, 2009, 21pp, colour pls, figs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Scott Wilson
The assessment found that the site had remained undeveloped until 1897 when a home for the aged was
constructed on the site as part of the Fir Vale Workhouse. The main buildings of the workhouse was
completed in 1881 to the east of the site. The cottages were initially constructed to house the elderly
and married couples, but by WWI, the building was used to house Belgian refugees. In the 1930s the
ambulance crew of the hospital resided in the building which was now known as Sistolme and later,
other residential staff of the hospital stayed. The building was demolished in the 1990s. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no

                        Former County of West Yorkshire
Bradford

(B.07.715)                                                                                SE17102810
AIP database ID: {CCB21D79-B2A0-4ED4-997B-7F3F191B1528}
Parish: NORTH BIERLEY                                                          Postal Code: BD127BU
M62 (EAST) M606 LINK ROADS
M62 (East) M606 Link Roads Cultural Heritage Report ( Archaeology)
Anthony Walker And Partners Environmental Planning And Design        Leeds : Anthony Walker And
Partners Environmental Planning And Design, 2009, 70pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Anthony Walker and Partners
The desk-top survey identified 37 sites of archaeological and/or historical interest lying within the
study area. [Au]


OASIS ID :no


Calderdale

(B.07.716)                                                                                SE08202878
AIP database ID: {77549057-96B5-476B-A3C4-6529AE78C895}
Parish: HALIFAX                                                                 Postal Code: HX2 9TL
NORTH HALIFAX ACADEMY, HOLMFIELD, HALIFAX
North Halifax Academy, Holmfield, Halifax. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A        Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
The northern end of the site was occupied by a school built in the early 1960s, while the southern end
of the site was pasture. Archaeological remains associated with Neolithic and medieval activity were
identified during an excavations at the northern end of the site, although their precise location was
vague. A number of field systems, defined by stone walls, located in the southern end of the site may
have represented the remains of medieval strip fields. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment



Archaeological periods represented: MO, MD

OASIS ID :no


Kirklees

(B.7.717)                                                                                  SE19930732
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
Parish: Denby Dale                                                              Postal Code: HD8 8XY
OASIS Record: Quarry House Farm
Quarry House Farm, Denby Dale, West Yorkshire: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
ARCUS Sheffield : ARCUS, 2009,
Work undertaken by: ARCUS
The site is close to a prehistoric hill-top enclosure known as Castle Hill, which is a Scheduled Ancient
Monument. The results of fieldwalking suggest that it may have been initially occupied in the Neolithic
period, and possibly continued to be used or a

SMR primary record number: 1510552, PRN 9877

OASIS ID :arcus2-65075



(B.07.718)                                                                                 SE19920732
AIP database ID: {159D3288-84E7-4D17-B99B-896E81EB47B8}
                                                                                Postal Code: HD8 8XR
QUARRY HOUSE FARM, DENBY DALE
Quarry House Farm, Denby Dale, West Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
May, R Sheffield : ARCUS, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: ARCUS
The site was close to a prehistoric hill top enclosure known as Castle Hill, which was a Scheduled
Ancient Monument. The site was likely to have been waste or common land in the medieval and early
post-medieval period, so the potential for significant archaeological remains from these periods was
considered low. The fields were enclosed from common land in the early 19th century. Several small
quarries for local wall and road construction and repair were located within the central fields in the
19th century. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 1969
Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no


Leeds

(B.07.719)                                                                                 SE26123595
AIP database ID: {326F7B65-7D64-47D1-ACAC-CB1A8D00A3B1}
Parish: ARMLEY AND BRAMLEY                                                       Postal Code: LS5 3JG
LEEDS FLOOD ALLEVIATON
Leeds Flood Alleviaton Scheme, West Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A       Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 52pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
The area was known to have been exploited in the prehistoric period. Industrial activity, particularly
cloth making, began in Leeds in the medieval period, with many of the sites making use of water from
the River Aire and its tributaries. By the 19th century, mills, tanneries and engineering works occupied
much of the waterfront in Leeds. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                    Desk-based Assessment


Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.77.72)                                                                                TF00100890
AIP database ID: {2AD8F7B8-286B-4E56-9DF5-798F204B0C08}
Parish: Great Casterton                                                        Postal Code: PE9 4AN
3-8 MAIN STREET, GREAT CASTERTON
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for the Proposed Redevelopment of 3-8 Main Street,
Great Casterton, Rutland
Richards, G       Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 32pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The proposed development area lay in a rich archaeological landscape, with extensive Roman remains
and possible Anglo-Saxon funerary activity. There were no known remains within the study area itself,
although it was located within the known area of the Roman small town. Depending on the extent of
groundworks already carried out at the site, there may have been a high potential for archaeological
remains to be found. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.07.720)                                                                               SE30213372
AIP database ID: {B0ADE4ED-7909-4381-BF40-979E80E32431}
Parish: LEEDS                                                                  Postal Code: LS1 6LW
CITY VARIETIES MUSIC HALL, SWAN STREET, LEEDS
City Varieties Music Hall, Swan Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Grassam, A         Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
A desk-based assessment found the building was within the limits of the medieval settlement of Leeds.
In 1762, the site was occupied by the Swan Inn, also known as the White Swan Inn, and a singing room
was added in 1766. Charles Thornton bought the Swann Inn in 1857 and in 1865 the inn was partially
demolished and rebuilt as Thornton's New Music Hall and Fashionable Lounge, later re-named the City
Varieties Music Hall. A public house still known as The Swan occupied the ground floor and in the
mid 19th century it had its own brewhouse attached. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.07.721)                                                                               SE22302900
AIP database ID: {42E0A8C6-A651-4287-A42A-FCFFA40DCEAA}
Parish: TONG                                                                  Postal Code: BD111AG
UPPER SUNNY BANK FARM, DRIGHLINGTON
Upper Sunny Bank Farm, Drighlington, West Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Keith, K & Grassam, A Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 31pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
An archaeological desk-based assessment found two Roman roads were recorded as running through
the study area. The site was located in close proximity to the Civil War battlefield of Adwalton Moor.
Warrens Lane was probably in use from at least the medieval period, and its route was represented by a
hollow way in part of the site. Coal and sandstone extraction were undertaken with the north-eastern
side of the proposed development site in the later post-medieval period. [Au(abr)]
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment



OASIS ID :archaeol11-60286



(B.07.722)                                                                                 SE44704720
AIP database ID: {841A7B9A-756C-40D4-90A5-30FB48A170D5}
Parish: Walton                                                                   Postal Code: LS237BQ
PROPOSED NEWSPAPER STORAGE FACILITIES, BRITISH LIBRARY, BOSTON
SPA
Proposed Newpaper Storage Faciltieis, British Library, Boston Spa, West Yorkshire
Fraser, M         Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
The assessment identified a total of 19 recorded archaeological and cultural heritage sites and find
spots within or close to the study area. These included two Scheduled Monuments, two conservation
areas and six Listed Buildings. It was determined that there would be no impact upon the setting of the
sites. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 1966

OASIS ID :no


Leeds, Wakefield

(B.07.723)                                                                                SE43503550,
AIP database ID: {77194D8E-978E-4F8E-9EF6-DCB26191D3BB}                                   SE48502250
Parish: FERRY FRYSTON, Lotherton cum Aberford                                   Postal Code: LS253DG,
                                                                                             WF110AF
A1(M) FERRYBRIDGE TO HOOK MOOR
A1(M) Ferrybridge to Hook Moor Archaeology Addendum on Proposed Route Changes
Bullen Consultants         Bradford : Bullen Consultants, 2000, 23pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Bullen Consultants
The route and corridor of the A1(M) would not change due to the proposed changes, only the depth of
the cut to be made. The archaeology affected was only that under the direct line of the original cut. The
route was dividing a landscape which had been utilised and cultivated from the Romano-British period
through to the present day. The road would therefore destroy some of this evidence. The depth of the
road cutting was likely to leave little if any archaeological deposits intact and as such anything to be
destroyed was to be recorded. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Wakefield

(B.07.724)                                                                               SE48202390,
AIP database ID: {0CA6AC0F-EEE3-42B5-B1ED-F0B4963D9897}                                   SE48501980
Parish: Darrington, FERRY FRYSTON                                              Postal Code: WF118RH,
                                                                                             WF8 3SZ
A1(M) REDHOUSE TO FERRYBRIDGE (I)
A1(M) Redhouse to Ferrybridge Improvement [Revised Route North of Went Valley].
Archaeological Study Stage 1 Report
RPS Clouston     Abingdon : RPS Clouston, 1994, 41pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: RPS Clouston
The route passed through or close to a number of archaeological sites, mainly cropmark complexes
revealed by aerial photography. Whilst it was possible to date sites tentatively, only work on the
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


ground would enable an accurate assessment of the form, function and extent of preservation of such
features, therefore a programme of further survey work was recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.07.725)                                                                                SE48501980,
AIP database ID: {86BBCA14-AF28-40EF-B3F5-1167645443C1}                                    SE48202390
                                                                                Postal Code: WF118RH,
                                                                                              WF8 3SZ
A1(M) REDHOUSE TO FERRYBRIDGE (II)
A1(M) Redhouse to Ferrybridge Improvement (Revised Route North of Went Valley) Archaeology
Stage II Draft Proposals
RPS Clouston      Abingdon : RPS Clouston, 1994, 16pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: RPS Clouston
This report followed on from the Stage I Report option in August 1994. At that time it was suggested
that certain archaeological sites would be affected by the proposal, but that it was not possible to
quantify their impact upon the scheme. In such case it was recommended that further evaluation should
be undertaken in order to identify the constraints and to anticipate the necessary mitigations. The report
proposed the rapid walkover of the route, which was not previously possible due to agricultural
constraints. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                    Kingston-upon-Hull
Kingston upon Hull, City

(B.61.726)                                                                                  TA13603070
AIP database ID: {19A34430-F53C-4192-BE3C-C710949AA27B}
Parish: SCULCOATES                                                               Postal Code: HU9 5YA
ARCHBISHOP SENTAMU ACADEMY, HULL
Archbishop Sentamu Academy, Hull. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
SLR Consulting Ltd.        Shrewsbury : SLR Consulting Ltd., 2009, 79pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: SLR Consulting Ltd.
The absence of recorded archaeological remains within the site boundary was not necessarily an
indication of a lack of archaeological potential. Post-war housing will have removed any surviving
archaeological remains from the southern portion of the site, close to Mappleton Brove and Bilton
Grove. A review of the historic mapping and a walk-over survey suggested that large portions of the
site were not suitable for geophysical survey. The area of allotments and post-war housing were too
badly disturbed by 20th century activities for geophysical survey. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.61.727)                                                                                  TA13503250
AIP database ID: {393E05B0-DAEA-4EF5-BC6F-0F3EAB900DD5}
Parish: SUTTON                                                                    Postal Code: HU8 9HE
THE PRINCESS ROYAL HOSPITAL, KINGSTON-UPON-HULL
The Princess Royal Hospital, Kingston-upon-Hull. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A        Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 30pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
The remains of a 1st century settlement, identified to the south of the proposed development site and
later occupied by Wilberforce College, demonstrated that the area was occupied by the Late Iron Age.
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


The western part of the site comprised the hospital buildings, the main part of which were built
between 1928 and 1931. The eastern part of the site was open grassland which contained ridge and
furrow earthworks. A number of watching briefs were undertaken within hospital grounds, one of
which identified a pit containing pottery similar in appearance to that found on the Wilberforce College
site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO

OASIS ID :no

                            MULTI-COUNTY RECORD
East Riding of Yorkshire, Scarborough

(B.50.728)                                                                              TA13106520,
AIP database ID: {6AD6A932-6416-4994-B3BD-85D8E4F4BB05}                                  TA00508370
Parish: Carnaby, Irton                                                         Postal Code: YO124RJ,
                                                                                            YO250NP
EAST COAST PIPELINE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. East Coast Pipeline, North Yorkshire and East Yorkshire
Cooper, O        Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 2009, 42pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
Assessment of the proposed route of a water pipeline found that it would cross a landscape rich in
archaeological remains. Mitigation works were suggested, especially for areas thought to be or
archaeological importance within the pipeline corridor. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Hambleton, Wakefield

(B.50.729)                                                                               SE39502350,
AIP database ID: {0C575637-0BC8-49A2-B814-35C0BE7B26C4}                                SE2784591575
Parish: Aiskew, Normanton                                                      Postal Code: WF6 1QF,
                                                                                            DL7 9LH
A1 DISHFORTH TO NORTH OF LEEMING
A1 Dishforth to North of Leeming Improvements, North Yorkshire. Cultural Heritage-Detailed
Survey of the Built Heritage
Haigh, S Headingley : Barton Howe Warren Blackledge, 1995, 36pp, pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Barton Howe Warren Blackledge
Detailed recording was carried out at three of the sites identified in an earlier assessment. Georgian
House, Hopetown, part of Hopetown Terrace and the boundary wall at Leases Hall were studied. The
report presented the results of these detailed recordings. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.77.73)                                                                                 SK85900857
AIP database ID: {7E858F60-048D-4E5C-A314-75ADE5FAF5CA}
Parish: Oakham                                                                  Postal Code: LE156BQ
LAND AT SOUTH STREET, OAKHAM, RUTLAND
Land at South Street, Oakham, Rutland. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Smith, C Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 63pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
A number of known below-ground cultural heritage features had been identified within the bounds of
the proposed development site. These comprised residual finds of Roman and early medieval
(Saxon/Saxo-Norman) pottery, medieval pits and ditches in the north-west and east of the site;
medieval waterlogged timber deposits (possible tanning pits or mill race) in centre of the site, a post-
medieval capped well in the north-east of the site, and post-medieval stone walls and metalled surface
in the north-east of the site. Based upon the available evidence, there was considered to be a low
potential for archaeological evidence of significant activity dating from the prehistoric and Roman
periods, a high potential for archaeological evidence of significant activity dating from the early
medieval and medieval periods, and medium to high potential for archaeological evidence dating from
the post-medieval period. [Au(adp)]

Archaeological periods represented: RO, MD, EM

OASIS ID :no


Leeds

(B.50.730)                                                                                 SE28102640
AIP database ID: {557945F9-4DD4-4C8A-8CA3-3200F63F2126}
Parish: Morley                                                                  Postal Code: WF3 1QX
M1-A1 LINK ROAD
M1-A1 Link Road An Archaeological Assessment
Fraser, R         Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 1992, 46pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
The report contained detailed information concerning the extent and nature of known archaeological
remains within the route corridor. The proposed M1-A1 link road affected a total of 26 archaeological
sites. The majority of these sites were only known from cropmark evidence and could not be properly
assessed without further detailed evaluation. Recommendations were made for comprehensive
geophysical survey and aerial photography mapping. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no

                                     North Lincolnshire
North Lincolnshire UA

(B.68.731)                                                                                 SE91500840
AIP database ID: {67351980-B37B-47D2-B5E5-92E14E75F244}
Parish: ASHBY                                                                   Postal Code: DN162RG
LAKESIDE, SCUNTHORPE
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Lakeside, Scunthorpe
Gajos, P London : CgMs, 2009, 24pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The study site was considered to have a low to moderate potential to contain as yet unidentified
archaeological remains, particularly of prehistoric and Roman date. It was likely that trial trench
evaluation of the site would be required in order to inform an appropriate mitigation strategy. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.68.732)                                                                                 TA02962275
AIP database ID: {00A489AD-C3F9-495B-A998-9CB4A6B4E92E}
Parish: Barton-upon-Humber                                                       Postal Code: DN185JN
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


BARTON ROPEWALK, WATERSIDE ROAD, BARTON-UPON-HUMBER
Barton Ropewalk, Waterside Road, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire. Archaeological Desk-based
and Historic Buildings Assessment
Jones, A Edgbaston : Birmingham Archaeology, 2009, 24pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Birmingham Archaeology
Further survey of the proposed supermarket site was carried out. It was found that the possible piled
foundations and underground petrol tanks of the development were likely to impact waterlogged peat
deposits, damaging any possible archaeological remains. Demolition of the ropeworks building was
also proposed. Suggestions for mitigation were put forward. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.68.733)                                                                                 SE88361228
AIP database ID: {55D0DEE0-030F-4CBD-9610-DC99B2E029C3}
Parish: CROSBY                                                                 Postal Code: DN158LN
FOXHILLS COLLEGE, FOXHILLS ROAD, SCUNTHORPE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Foxhills College, Foxhills Road, Scunthorpe, North
Lincolnshire
Clay, C Branston : Allen Archaeological Associates, 2009, 19pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Allen Archaeological Associates
The site was determined to have a low archaeological potential, mainly due to truncation resulting from
terracing for the construction of the school. There was some potential for later prehistoric
archaeological remains to be encountered during development. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.68.734)                                                                                 SE77281281
AIP database ID: {6E448386-7ECC-48E7-86A4-953AA6171C11}
Parish: Crowle                                                                 Postal Code: DN174LA
CROWLE MARKET PLACE
Crowle Market Place, Crowle, North Lincolnshire
Clay, C Branston : Allen Archaeological Associates, 2009, 22pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs, CD
Work undertaken by: Allen Archaeological Associates
A desk-based assessment was carried out to assess the archaeological potential of land in and around
Crowle Market Place, in advance of proposed redevelopment. There was evidence of prehistoric and
Roman activity in the study area and in the wider parish, although this material was almost exclusively
from fieldwalking surveys and offered little interpretive potential. Documentary evidence indicated the
development of a settlement in Crowle before the Norman Conquest. After 1066, the manor of Crowle
was acquired by Selby Abbey who developed the town as a planned settlement centred on the High
Street and the existing market place. The town flourished throughout the medieval and post-medieval
periods, as a result of the abundant agricultural produce of the parish, as well as the right to hold a
market and two fairs in the town. The parish was enclosed in 1822, resulting in further agricultural
productivity and population expansion. There were numerous post-medieval and early modern
buildings of architectural interest close to the site, although these would not be affected by the
development proposals. Two 19th century structures within the site that were proposed for demolition
were considered to be of limited architectural interest. Overall, the development area had a moderate
archaeological potential, and was of local significance. The greatest potential was for activity of
medieval to post-medieval date. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :allenarc1-65037
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


(B.68.735)                                                                                 SE86301120
AIP database ID: {D21FD8BE-23C1-44C9-9639-4E8A39AE171F}
Parish: Gunness                                                                 Postal Code: DN158TE
LAND AT TESCO STORE, DONCASTER ROAD, SCUNTHORPE
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment Report. Land at Tesco Store, Doncaster Road, Scunthorpe
Smith, M          London : CgMs, 2009, 61pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: CgMs
The assessment determined that there were no known archaeological remains on the site, however, no
investigations were required when the store that occupied the site was constructed. Part of the site was
thought to have had potential for remains of prehistoric settlement. It was anticipated that monitoring
of any groundworks would be required. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.68.736)                                                                                 SE96910464
AIP database ID: {1672F22D-2FB6-4614-A039-9211BD809C3B}
Parish: Scawby                                                                  Postal Code: DN209DL
HOME FARM, STURTON, SCAWBY
A Desk-Based Assessment of Home Farm, Sturton, Scawby
Shakarian, J      Bakewell : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
The assessment revealed no recorded archaeological sites within the development boundary; however
there were at least 26 known sites in the NMR within 2km including identifiable crop marks and
earthworks. The discovery of two Roman mosaic pavements in the early 1800s just outside the site
boundary at Home Farm and a stone arch support found within the barn entrance in 1949 suggested that
there was a high possibility of finding further masonry or structural elements of the Roman villa and/or
finds such as pottery from this date. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                       North Yorkshire
Craven

(B.36.737)                                                                                 SE01205420
AIP database ID: {FBF26965-AA57-42EF-B059-8E14B24AEB5B}
Parish: Embsay with Eastby                                                       Postal Code: BD236SF
NIDD PUMPING STATION, EMBSAY
Archaeological Appraisal. Nidd Pumping Station, Embsay, North Yorkshire
Speed, G           Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
The assessment found that with the exception of the truncated remains of medieval ridge and furrow
cultivation, there was no evidence for recorded archaeological remains within either of the site options.
The area of the northern option had been heavily disturbed by previous pipeline developments, and
therefore no further work here was recommended. The extent of the disturbance in the eastern option
was unclear, and it was considered that conditions here may have been conducive to the survival of
previously unrecorded prehistoric or Roman remains. A watching brief was recommended if works
were to be carried out in this part of the site. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


(B.36.738)                                                                                  SD99205180
AIP database ID: {2E2B5209-D581-4FE4-B4B2-4EC81E35C693}
Parish: Skipton                                                                  Postal Code: BD231ED
SKIPTON CASTLE CAR PARK
Skipton Castle Car Park , North Yorkshire Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Martin, L & Grassam, A Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 39pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
A desk-based assessment was undertaken on land to the north-east of Skipton Castle, established in the
11th century, with an associated settlement and market development along the High Street, to the south
of the Castle, from the 13th century onwards. The town and castle were besieged for three years during
the Civil War and the Scheduled remains of a battery lay to the north-west of the site. Limestone
extraction was undertaken in the north of the town from the mid 18th century onwards and a tramway
appeared to have ran through the proposed development site between Haw Bank Quarry and the
terminus of Thanet’s Canal from 1794 to 1835. Earthworks likely relating to this feature were
identified within the proposed development site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol11-70124


Hambleton

(B.36.739)                                                                                  SE27459198
AIP database ID: {4DE665D1-C888-4DAE-91E9-BD9ED99E0A72}
Parish: Hackforth                                                                 Postal Code: DL7 9LH
A1 DISHFORTH TO NORTH OF LEEMING (II)
A1 Dishforth to North of Leeming Improvements. North Yorkshire Cultural Heritage Stage 3
Assessment Report
Dennison, E       Headingley : Barton Howe Warren Blackledge, 1996, 139pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Barton Howe Warren Blackledge
This stage 3 report summarised the methodology and results of the stage 3 fieldwork completed. The
results allowed an initial assessment of the effects of the scheme on the identified sites to be produced.
Mitigation measures were also outlined. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.77.74)                                                                                   SK86360924
AIP database ID: {14163BB8-D3BE-49F0-8B7F-397417F2F33C}
                                                                                 Postal Code: LE156QG
OAKHAM C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL, BURLEY ROAD, OAKHAM
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for the Oakham C of E Primary School, Burley Road,
Oakham, Rutland
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment determined that there was a low to moderate potential for buried archaeological
remains to be discovered during any groundworks associated with the new school. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.36.740)                                                                                  SE27999625
AIP database ID: {F2DA7BD3-2D77-474F-BEC7-AEB523B9D5B1}
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Parish: Kirkby Fleetham with Fencote                                              Postal Code: DL7 0SU
HOME FARM, KIKBY FLEETHAM
Home Farm Kirkby Fleetham, North Yorkshire Cultural Heritage Assessment
Toop, N Malton : Field Archaeology Specialists Ltd., 2009, 82pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Field Archaeology Specialists Ltd.
Few sites of archaeological significance were identified within the study area other than one possible
ridge and furrow. There was a presence of palaeochannels across the whole site suggesting that fluvial
activity may have affected land use. In order to evaluate the potential palaeoenvironmental and
archaeological character of the site evaluation, geophysical survey and environmental sampling was
recommended. [AIP]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no



(B.36.741)                                                                                  SE38708750
AIP database ID: {95720B27-77F4-4A53-902B-4E5B297E2929}
Parish: South Otterington                                                         Postal Code: DL7 9JD
THORNTON FIELDS CONTINUING CARE RETIREMENT HOME THORNTON
LE MOOR
Thornton Fields Continuing Care Retirement Community, Thornton Le Moor Cultural Heritage
Desk-based Assessment
Holland, K         Liverpool : WYG Environmental, 2009, 46pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: WYG Environmental
There were five Listed Buildings within the study area. There was deemed to be a relatively low
potential to discover previously unrecorded archaeological sites within the development area. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Hambleton, Harrogate

(B.36.742)                                                                                SE29008870,
AIP database ID: {CC9DFD24-55D4-4F83-A721-17ED43ED109D}                                    SE36707330
Parish: Exelby, Leeming and Newton, Rainton with Newby                           Postal Code: DL7 9SY,
                                                                                              YO7 3DA
A1 DISHFORTH TO NORTH LEEMING (I)
A1 Dishforth to North Leeming Improvements Cultural Heritage Initial Assessment of the Built
Heritage
Haigh, S Headingley : Anthony Walker and Partners, 1993, 44pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Anthony Walker and Partners
This initial assessment concluded there was buildings of architectural interest at six of the seven sites.
Although all the sites were found not to merit physical preservation, recommendations were made for
more detailed recording work of some elements of the complexes in advance of their demolition.
[Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.36.743)                                                                                SE29008870,
AIP database ID: {B358C74B-4502-4C51-9DAF-414EDE9B8C1A}                                    SE36707330
                                                                                 Postal Code: DL7 9SY,
                                                                                              YO7 3DA
A1 DISHFORTH TO NORTH OF LEEMING (I)
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


A1 Dishforth to North of Leeming Improvements, North Yorkshire Cultural Heritage Stage 2
Assessment Report
Dennison, E       Headingley : Anthony Walker and Partners, 1992, 299pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Anthony Walker and Partners
This report included the collation of all published sources of information dealing with the
archaeological and built heritage of the study area identified some 123 sites of recorded archaeological,
architectural and/or historical interest. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Richmondshire

(B.36.744)                                                                                 SE22529861
AIP database ID: {8280653A-7789-4A62-84A2-4282B8EB8DE0}
Parish: Brough with St. Giles                                                    Postal Code: DL107PQ
A1 LEEMING TO SCOTCH CORNER
A1 Leeming to Scotch Corner Aerial Photograph Assessment
Air Photo Services        Cambridge : Air Photo Services, 1994, 20pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Air Photo Services
The assessment examined relevant aerial photographs. Interpretation and mapping covered a corridor
100m either side of the A1 between Leeming and Scotch Corner, but extended beyond this band in case
any features that continued into the corridor had been recorded there. Most of the recorded features
were remains of medieval cultivation showing within modern fields. [AIP]

Archaeological periods represented: RO, MD, UD, PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.36.745)                                                                                 NZ19500940
AIP database ID: {318DBA93-B5B8-4197-9E97-35B10C93EA9C}
Parish: Melsonby                                                                Postal Code: DL105PW
LANGDALE HOLIDAY CHALETS, MELSONBY
Langdale Holiday Chalets, Melsonby, North Yorkshire. Archaeological Assessment
The Archaeological Practice Ltd. Newcastle upon Tyne : The Archaeological Practice Ltd., 2009,
24pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: The Archaeological Practice Ltd.
There was no evidence for intensive land use activities within the assessment area at any period,
although some level of intermittent use during early prehistory could be assumed, and it was likely to
have been farmed during the Iron Age and Roman periods. The first direct evidence was during the
medieval period, when the Scots Dyke boundary was constructed around the north and eastern edge of
the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.36.746)                                                                                 NZ09501170
AIP database ID: {676C14E4-3F3D-46FF-90B4-3336331A5A99}
Parish: Newsham                                                                  Postal Code: DL129TZ
LAND AT NEWSHAM FARM HALL, NEWSHAM
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment for Land at Newsham Farm Hall, Newsham, North
Yorkshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The proposed development site lay in an area that had been largely undeveloped and had undergone
little or no archaeological investigation, so the potential of the site was unattested. On the information
available, there was thought to be a low potential for medieval and post-medieval periods, and a low to
moderate potential for remains of the prehistoric and Roman periods, due partly to the proximity of a
Roman road and a degree of activity from the prehistoric and Roman periods within the general area.
[Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.36.747)                                                                                  NZ17090096
AIP database ID: {3B48A225-4326-49A8-87E0-E3EAECFEC829}
Parish: Richmond                                                                 Postal Code: DL104QD
COLLEGE SQUARE, REAR OF 16 MARKET PLACE, RICHMOND
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. College Square, Rear of 16 Market Place, Richmond, North
Yorkshire
Speed, G & Hatcher, J      Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 2009, 43pp, colour
pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
The assessment found that the site lay within the Richmond Conservation Area, and it was likely that
the town wall crossed the site, as well as possible College remains and part of the outer bailey. Further
work was recommended in order to prevent any adverse impact to archaeological remains. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no


Ryedale

(B.36.748)                                                                                  TA00027452
AIP database ID: {ADD39FA2-42D2-42AA-8CB5-35CD890F75F1}
Parish: Ganton                                                                   Postal Code: YO124PQ
CAT BABBLETON FARM, GANTON, SCARBOROUGH
Cat Babbleton Farm, Ganton, Scarborough, North Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Appraisal
Grassam, A       Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 20pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
The proposed development site lay within the Yorkshire Wolds, an area known to have been exploited
throughout antiquity. Cropmark evidence suggested human activity in the study area from the Bronze
Age, Iron Age and Roman periods. Archaeological features identified from aerial photographs included
barrows, enclosures, trackways and field systems. The farm was thought to have been built in the early
17th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol11-63360



(B.36.749)                                                                                  SE79207130
AIP database ID: {0CC282A5-D981-4EBB-AE02-A567327E01AC}
Parish: Norton-on-Derwent                                                        Postal Code: YO179HR
LAND ADJACENT TO WELHAM ROAD, NORTON ON DERWENT
Land adjacent to Welham Road, Norton on Derwent North Yorkshire an Archaeological Desk-based
Assessment
Bruce, G & McCluskey, B York : On Site Archaeology, 2009, 23pp, pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: On Site Archaeology
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


Research indicated that the site was unlikely to contain archaeological remains of significance.
Features of Romano-British or medieval date may be present, due to this some form of archaeological
mitigation was recommended. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                         Staffordshire
Staffordshire Moorla

(B.41.75)                                                                                  SK14595510
AIP database ID: {D3519CBA-65AC-45E9-8810-77C03C2453F4}
Parish: Alstonefield                                                             Postal Code: DE6 2GA
LODE MILL, ALSTONEFIELD
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of Lode Mill, Alstonefield, Staffordshire
Smalley, H          Manchester : Archaeological Research Services, 2009, 24pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Research Services
The assessment identified a high potential for post-medieval remains and activity associated with the
19th century Lode Mill. A low potential for all other periods was identified. It was uncertain whether
the site of the earlier post-medieval Greenlow Mill was present within the study site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol5-69188


Selby

(B.36.750)                                                                                 SE67063013
AIP database ID: {F231AA1C-E2DA-40AB-AFBE-8F2AAA74C739}
Parish: Hemingbrough                                                             Postal Code: YO8 6RA
HEMINGBROUGH WASTEWATER TREATMENT WORKS
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Hemingbrough Wastewater Treatment Works, North
Yorkshire
Speed, G          Barnard Castle : Northern Archaeological Associates, 2009, 24pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northern Archaeological Associates
The assessment identified a number of sites of archaeological or cultural heritage within the study area,
dating from the Roman to modern periods. Twelve Listed Buildings were located within the site area,
but it was thought that the development would not impact upon these or their settings. It was
recommended that a programme of archaeological monitoring should be undertaken during
groundworks within the site. Should archaeological remains be encountered, they should be subject to
investigation. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.36.751)                                                                                 SE62253201
AIP database ID: {2A6C9EE7-8DF1-4948-A58E-A133C090471C}
Parish: Selby                                                                    Postal Code: YO8 8EF
DENISON ROAD, SELBY
Denison Road Selby, North Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment.
Roberts, J & Davies, E        Durham : University of Durham, Archaeological Services, 2009, 12pp,
colour pls, figs, tabs, refs. CD
Work undertaken by: University of Durham, Archaeological Services
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


The proposed development had the potential to impact upon any archaeological resource through the
excavations of the marina, underground parking, foundations and associated groundworks. It was
recommended that building recording should be considered for those structures where machinery and
internal features were in place. Evaluation was recommended in the northern part of the site. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :archaeol3-63504



(B.36.752)                                                                                SE61693237
AIP database ID: {6732A6B0-8547-487F-9AFF-FC4E6BE81DFE}
                                                                                Postal Code: YO8 0PT
ROSE & CROWN, SELBY
Rose & Crown, Selby. Desk-based Assessment
Griffiths, M      York : Mike Griffiths and Associates, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Mike Griffiths and Associates
A desk-based assessment indicated that between the late 18th century and mid-1960s, the site was
occupied by a terrace of seven three-storey houses. Prior to the 18th century, the site lay essentially
within the confines of Kirk Dyke, a water course that crossed the town the north of Selby Abbey from
Selby Dam to the River Ouse. Four geotechnical pits were also monitored. A large culvert and drain
were recorded running along the eastern boundary of the site outside the footprint of the proposed new
buildings. These appeared to have related to the canalising and culverting of the Kirk Dyke in the late
18th and early 19th century respectively. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: SNY12721

OASIS ID :no



(B.36.753)                                                                                SE60743156
AIP database ID: {D1272CC7-6EF6-48AE-9335-681C1ACA9793}
                                                                               Postal Code: YO8 9BX
SELBY COMMUNITY
Selby Community Project: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
Lawton, J           Altrincham : Faber Maunsell, 2009, 32pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Faber Maunsell
Eighteen sites were identified within the study area, including four listed buildings. These were all
Grade II Listed and comprised The Vicarage (1), Selby College of Further Education (2), part of a
house which later formed part of Selby Grammar School (3) and Selby College of Further Education
and Three Rivers Area Youth Hostel (4). Two sites were located within the site boundary, that of the
current Selby War Memorial Hospital and a cropmark noted from an aerial photograph. There was
potential that previously unrecorded archaeological features could be found within the site boundary.
Further evaluation work was required to fully assess this. This was likely to comprise geophysical
survey in the first instance. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: SNY12577

OASIS ID :no



(B.36.754)                                                                                SE62003100
AIP database ID: {9C43932A-3244-4EF4-B1F7-7C0A6ABA2F10}
                                                                               Postal Code: YO8 8BA
STAYNOR HALL, SELBY
Staynor Hall, Selby, North Yorkshire. Archaeological Statement
MAP Archaeological Consultancy Ltd.       Malton : MAP Archaeological Consultancy Ltd., 2009,
10pp, figs, tabs, refs
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Work undertaken by: MAP Archaeological Consultancy Ltd.
Previous work had found no evidence for building remains in the garden of Staynor Hall. The results of
the fieldwalking found a scatter of prehistoric, Roman and Anglo-Saxon finds. Excavation revealed no
evidence of buildings predating the present farmyard. No evidence was found of the buildings
uncovered in the 1963 excavation. The construction of the existing hall and subsequent landscaping,
renovation and additions appeared to have impacted any surviving archaeological remains within the
interior of the moat. [Au(adp)]

SMR primary record number: 8363

OASIS ID :no



(B.36.755)                                                                                SE46504105
AIP database ID: {7438E9B1-518E-4E84-A510-12816ADC71D3}
Parish: Stutton with Hazlewood                                                 Postal Code: LS249BE
JACKDAW CRAG QUARRY
Jackdaw Crag Quarry North Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A        Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 23pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
An archaeological desk-based assessment found no significant archaeological sites existed within the
proposed extraction area, but there was considerable potential as cropmarks representing field systems
and boundaries or probable later prehistoric or Roman date were identified. There was a long history of
limestone extraction in the area and documentary sources suggested that the Jackdaw Crag quarry had
been established by the 13th century. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol11-64540



(B.36.756)                                                                                SE47944305
AIP database ID: {9E09F7CC-508C-415A-A86B-8398C905842C}
Parish: Tadcaster                                                               Postal Code: LS249JZ
THE BEECHES CARE HOME, LEEDS ROAD, TADCASTER
The Beeches Car Home, Leeds Road, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire. Archaeological Desk-based
Appraisal
Roberts, I       Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
A desk-based assessment found the landscape surrounding the site was rich in crop marks, probably
representing prehistoric and/or Roman activity and a Roman road was thought to have run
approximately 150m to the north. The site was probably in agricultural use throughout the medieval
period and most of the post-medieval period until the Tadcastrer Union workhouse was built in the
1870s. The building on the site probably dated to the 1980s. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, MO

OASIS ID :no

                                               York
York UA

(B.92.757)                                                                                SE58705100
AIP database ID: {43DB0A0C-215E-49FE-97F6-E0CF1E10F7AA}
Parish: YORK                                                                    Postal Code: YO2 4JP
ENGLISH MARTYRS SCHOOL HAMILTON DRIVE
English Martyrs School Hamilton Drive, York. Archaeological Risk Appraisal
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                        Desk-based Assessment


Hind, D York : SLR Consulting Ltd., 2009, 72pp, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: SLR Consulting Ltd.
A desk-based assessment and walkover survey of English Martyrs Primary School was undertaken to
examine the potential for preserved archaeological remains within the school grounds. There were no
known features within the site boundary; however, a review of the Historic Environment Record
showed that an aerial photograph of the area may show the presence of a feature within the site
boundary, suggesting that there was limited possibility of the discovery of previously unrecorded
archaeology within the site. This would probably be in the form of relict field boundaries or other
landscape features, possibly of Iron Age or Roman date. Discussions with the City Archaeologist
suggested that the area may contain the remains of Roman and prehistoric field systems, with an
associated villa site having been located in the vicinity. A number of stone cist burials also exist within
500m of the site. Furthermore, there was the potential for the preservation of palaeoenvironmental
deposits in the valley of the Holgate Beck. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :slrconcu1-65493



(B.92.758)                                                                                   SE60635107
AIP database ID: {17E165B8-0862-43F8-BCC5-FAF4C5359CE0}
                                                                                  Postal Code: YO104FD
NOVOTEL, FEWSTER WAY, FISHERGATE, YORK
Novotel, Fewster Way, Fishergate, York. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Johnson, M       York : York Archaeological Trust, 2009, 8pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: York Archaeological Trust
A single narrow trench had previously been excavated within the footprint of the proposed southern
works and revealed deposits associated with the wider course of the River Ouse. Several trenches
excavated in areas just beyond the footprints encountered remains of the Anglian to medieval periods,
including human burials. [Au(abr)]

SMR primary record number: 947

OASIS ID :no



(B.92.759)                                                                                 SE5871751032
AIP database ID: {6DA21050-000A-0000-0000-0000D094360A}
                                                                                 Postal Code: YO24 4EE
OASIS Record: English Martyrs School, Holgate, York
English Martyrs School, Hamilton Drive, York: Archaeological Risk Appraisal
SLR Consulting Edinburgh : SLR Consulting, 2009, A4 report, ring bound, containing 72 sides
including text, drawings, maps and appendix of HER information
Work undertaken by: SLR Consulting
A desk-based assessment on land adjacent to Holgate Beck in York. Nothing of note was found,
although potential for paleoenvironmental deposits or pre-modern field system remnants was noted.
Land is currently in use as primary school, and ground earmark

SMR primary record number: 1508440, EYO4202

OASIS ID :slrconsu1-65493


                                    Eastern Region
                                       Bedford Borough
Bedford
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                       Desk-based Assessment


(B.96.76)                                                                                   TL01014920
AIP database ID: {0AAC84C6-9C32-4B26-863C-F1E8C0EA8DD8}
Parish: Kempston Rural                                                           Postal Code: MK438RS
LAND AT BOX END, KEMPSTON
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of Land at Box End, Kempston, Bedfordshire. November
2009
Walker, C          Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
There was a medieval manor house that lay partly within the development area. There were a number
of sites in the immediate vicinity that may have extended into it. The site lay within an area of
extensive and important archaeological remains dating from the prehistoric to medieval periods. Large
scale archaeological investigation had been undertaken in advance of development to the east within
the Biddenham Loop, where multi-phase archaeological remains were discovered, and to the south at
Church Road, where a nucleated Roman settlement was found. Closer to the development area, an
undated human skeleton was found less than 50m to the south in the 19th century. It was not known
whether it was an isolated inhumation, or part of a larger cemetery. Map evidence suggested that the
site had been in agricultural use since at least the post-medieval period. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                       Cambridgeshire
Cambridge

(B.12.77)                                                                                   TL47005910
AIP database ID: {2F17076A-D45B-4679-9D7C-8234541C72EC}
Parish: CAMBRIDGE                                                                 Postal Code: CB5 8JH
BRUNSWICK SITE, NEWMARKET ROAD, CAMBRIDGE
Brunswick Site, Newmarket Road, Cambridge. An Archaeological Desktop Assessment
Appleby, G & Dickens, A Cambridge : Cambridge Archaeological Unit, 2009, 34pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
The assessment was carried out on the site of a former college campus. Past development of the site
probably meant that any archaeological remains would have been destroyed. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.12.78)                                                                                   TL45205810
AIP database ID: {E70161EF-AA24-42E1-83CA-511E864E3675}
                                                                                  Postal Code: CB2 1BU
LITTLE ST. MARY'S CHURCH, CAMBRIDGE
Little St. Mary's Church, Cambridge. An Archaeological Desktop Assessment
Appleby, G        Cambridge : Cambridge Archaeological Unit, 2009, 40pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
Evaluation of relevant sources indicated that the site was located within an urban area of rich historical
and architectural significance, dating from the 12th century AD to the present day, including the
existing Grade II Listed Building and graveyard. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


(B.12.79)                                                                                 TL46035939
AIP database ID: {025C6BBE-0703-4405-A6CD-947078D0F0AB}
Parish: CHESTERTON                                                              Postal Code: CB4 1DE
THE "FLEUR", 73 HUMBERSTONE ROAD, CHESTERTON, CAMBRIDGE
The "Fleur", 73 Humberstone Road, Chesterton, Cambridge. An Archaeological Desk Top
Assessment
Appleby, G          Cambridge : Cambridge Archaeological Unit, 2010, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
The assessment was carried out in order to assess the likely impact of development of the site, centred
on the Fleur public house. The site was found to be located within an urban area of architectural and
historical interest, dating from the 13th century AD to the present day. No archaeological features of
note were found within the immediate vicinity of the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


High Peak

(B.17.8)                                                                                  SK05807300
AIP database ID: {C310FF10-5CDE-44BB-9777-73DE36A035EA}
Parish: BUXTON                                                                  Postal Code: SK176LL
MARKET STREET, BUXTON
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment on land at Market Street, Buxton, Derbyshire
Hunt, L Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 49pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment found that the site was covered in concrete and hardcore to a depth of around 0.7m in
some places. There was a low to moderate potential for remains from the prehistoric period and a
moderate potential for remains of Roman date to be found within the development area. There was also
a moderate potential for the remains of post-medieval buildings to be present on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


East Cambridgeshire

(B.12.80)                                                                                 TL59527305
AIP database ID: {44C2E309-7842-41F2-A036-885557EBB435}
Parish: Soham                                                                   Postal Code: CB7 5HZ
LAND AT 84-90 PADDOCK STREET, SOHAM
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment on Land at 84-90 Paddock Street, Soham, Cambridgeshire
Peachey, M        Sleaford : Archaeological Project Services, 2009, 18pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Project Services
The assessment indicated a specific potential for medieval and early post-medieval remains. In general,
there was thought to be a low potential for evidence of prehistoric and Roman activity, and moderate
potential for Saxon remains. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.12.81)                                                                                 TL54507200
AIP database ID: {19DC4CA4-65E7-4EE7-8973-139C105416D3}
Parish: Wicken                                                                  Postal Code: CB7 5YG
DIMMOCK'S QUARRY, WICKEN
Dimmock's Quarry, Wicken, Cambridgeshire. Aerial Photographic Update
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


Palmer, R         Cambridge : Air Photo Services, 2009, 9pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Air Photo Services
Assessment of aerial photographs was carried out. Headlands remaining from medieval cultivation
extended across the study area, and indicated past arable use of the land. Pre-medieval features,
probably traces of fields and enclosures dating to the Roman period, were recorded to the south and
west of the proposed development area. It was suggested that past agricultural practices may have had a
detrimental effect on the survival of any sub-surface features within the development area. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, RO

OASIS ID :no


Huntingdonshire

(B.12.82)                                                                                 TL20406893
AIP database ID: {69DD92BA-03B3-44C6-8F15-9289CDDE99DA}
Parish: Buckden                                                                  Postal Code: PE195UJ
LAND AT BUCKDEN DEPOT
Desk-based Assessment of land at Buckden Depot, Cambridgeshire. October 2009
Foard-Colby, A Northampton : Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2009, 17pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Northamptonshire Archaeology
A desk-based assessment was undertaken of land at Buckden Depot. A search of the Cambridgeshire
Historic Environment Record showed that fieldwalking in the development site, produced scatters of
worked flint and Romano-British pottery. The site was located within a rich historical landscape. In
addition an evaluation to the immediate west of the site revealed a series of features including Romano-
British boundary ditches and stock enclosures which may extend into the development area. Map
evidence dating from 1773 suggested that the site had been in agricultural use since at least the post-
medieval period. The north boundary of the site was very close to the parish boundary. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.12.83)                                                                                 TL22759475
AIP database ID: {66D20084-C66E-4D55-A818-92D751EEADE2}
Parish: Farcet                                                                   Postal Code: PE7 3DZ
8 ACRE EXTENSION AT FLOAT FISH FARM, FARCET, PETERBOROUGH
8 Acre Extension at Float Fish Farm, Farcet, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. An Archaeological
Desk-based Assessment
Thompson, P, O'Brien, L, Grassam, A & Unger, S Hertford : Archaeological Solutions, 2009, 44pp,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Solutions
A desk-based assessment was conducted of land at Float Fish Farm. The assessment updated previous
assessments carried out in 2005 and 2007 and included details of fieldwork conducted on the site in
2007. The assessment included a new proposed development area, located within the former fen, and
was situated immediately to the south of the area evaluated by trial trenching in 2007. The latter
excavation found no archaeological features and only one unstratified Early Bronze Age Beaker sherd.
The site was located between two areas of higher ground, a fen ‘"island" to the west containing two
Bronze Age ring ditches, and a "peninsula" to the east containing a Scheduled round barrow which led
up to prehistoric settlement sites including Bradley Fen/King’s Dyke. A concentration of mainly
Roman features and finds, including a ditch, pottery and metalwork, and possible burials, were located
approximately 500 metres north-east of the assessment site. The presence of Roman finds around
Horsey, 1km to the north, and burials at Palmer’s Barn some 0.75km to the west, also attested to
Roman settlement in the area, while the Fen Causeway passed to the north of the site, leading past
further burials and a probable Roman settlement at Whittlesey. The date of the initial creation of
Oakley Dike, which formed the north-eastern boundary of the assessment area was unknown, but
predated the mid 13th century. Roman and early medieval dates were considered plausible, but in the
17th century, the feature was thought to have been created by King Cnut. In the medieval period, the
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


area was completely covered by fen. The fen was drained and enclosed in the 17th century. Given its
fen location, the depositional sequence of this site was of interest. Archaeological investigation could
potentially determine the lines of the boundaries between the fen and the higher island/peninsula of the
Bronze Age, and there was also potential for surviving Bronze Age settlement or burial/ritual activity.
Roman remains may have been present at the site, and evidence to date Oakley Dyke could be
recovered. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :archaeol7-62439



(B.12.84)                                                                                 TL30406866
AIP database ID: {35642A5B-9CA4-4D06-A5B3-7B7AF94A810A}
Parish: Fenstanton                                                              Postal Code: PE289GA
LAKES BUSINESS PARK, FENSTANTON
Lakes Business Park, Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Higgs, K           Hertford : Archaeological Solutions, 2009, 45pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Solutions
The assessment indicated that the site had a relatively low potential for remains from the Anglo-Saxon
to early modern periods, and a moderate potential for prehistoric and Roman archaeology. The site's
highest potential was for modern remains associated with the former mineral extraction plant located
within the site, however, such remains would be likely to be of very little archaeological significance.
Significant truncation of the site was thought to have compromised any archaeological remains that
may have existed. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.12.85)                                                                                 TL20806450
AIP database ID: {927F40BB-DCD1-4904-AEAC-CB791EB5C7D3}
Parish: Great Paxton                                                            Postal Code: PE194RG
LITTLE BARTON TO HILTON CABLE ROUTE
Little Barton to Hilton Cable Route, Cambridgeshire. An Archaeological Desk Top Assessment
Appleby, G        Cambridge : Cambridge Archaeological Unit, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
The assessment showed the proposed installation of the 10.5km pipeline would be located in an area of
known prehistoric, Roman, medieval and post-medieval activity. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


South Cambridgeshire

(B.12.86)                                                                                TL52975385,
AIP database ID: {FB2E64F7-1D7A-4CAB-A454-90F40E2B5A6E}                                   TL52955380
Parish: Fulbourn                                                                Postal Code: CB1 5DA
AVENALL WAY
Avenall Way. Alignments of Early Trackways across South West Cambridgeshire
Hurst, V Royston : Valory Hurst, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Valory Hurst
The report comprised the tracing of 12km of "forgotten" prehistoric trackways in the region. [AIP]

Archaeological periods represented: PR

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment




(B.12.87)                                                                                 TL44905300
AIP database ID: {F6001DBD-0ABC-416E-9E78-81A05B275F0A}
Parish: Great Shelford                                                          Postal Code: CB2 5JW
CAMBRIDGE SOUTH
Cambridge South. An Archaeological Desktop Assessment
Dickens, A       Cambridge : Cambridge Archaeological Unit, 2009, 35pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
The assessment determined that the proposed development area lay in an area with a known extensive
archaeological environment. The periods most likely to be encountered during any development were
thought to be Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, and Roman, with the possibility of a Saxon cemetery at
the south end. It was not possible to identify any potentially "blank" areas, although these would
undoubtedly be present. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no



(B.12.88)                                                                                 TL44276425
AIP database ID: {155D5B7C-4AFD-4F81-879C-5ECBAC6697CD}
Parish: Histon                                                                  Postal Code: CB4 9HH
BUXHALL FARM, HISTON
Buxhall Farm, Histon, Cambridgeshire. Desk-based Assessment
Gilmour, N        Bar Hill : Oxford Archaeology East, 2009, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology East
The study are was located to the north of the medieval centre of Histon. Evidence for activity dating
from the Iron Age to medieval periods had been recovered from the vicinity. There was thought to be
some potential for Roman, and to a lesser extent, Iron Age remains to be present on the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :oxfordar3-62202



(B.12.89)                                                                                 TL57805380
AIP database ID: {CA568E11-3491-401C-91CA-755855A8C4EF}
Parish: West Wratting                                                            Postal Code: CB1 5PF
WADLOW FARM WIND FARM
Wadlow Farm Wind Farm, Cambridgeshire. Aerial Photographic Assessment
Palmer, R          Cambridge : Air Photo Services, 2009, 14pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Air Photo Services
The assessment identified linear features, three ring ditches that were likely to mark Bronze Age burial
sites, a U-shaped feature that may have been part of a Neolithic long barrow, and two enclosures that
may have shown more than one phase of use. Headlands remaining from medieval cultivation were
also noted. Deeper soil was mapped, and it was noted that there was considerable evidence of
periglacial disturbance on the form of striped and patterned ground. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, UD, BA

OASIS ID :no

                                             Leicester
Leicester UA

(B.62.9)                                                                                  SK57800360
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment


AIP database ID: {8A8CE57A-571D-4771-924F-38FBB54E0818}
Parish: LEICESTER                                                                Postal Code: LE3 0AW
BRITON STREET, LEICESTER
An Archaeological Desk-based Assessment at Briton Street, Leicester
Kipling, R W     Leicester : University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2009, 44pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: University of Leicester Archaeological Services
The assessment was carried out in response to the proposed demolition of existing buildings and their
replacement with a four-storey residential block. There was a moderate potential for Roman remains to
be found. [Au(adp)]


OASIS ID :no

                                   Central Bedfordshire
South Bedfordshire

(B.97.90)                                                                                 SP92782507,
AIP database ID: {0302A781-E600-40C3-9D52-A7A16673B335}                                   TL03272679
Parish: Chalton, Leighton-Linslade                                              Postal Code: LU7 8NX,
                                                                                             LU4 9UH
SUNDON GRID TO LEIGHTON BUZZARD CABLE ROUTE
Sundon Grid to Leighton Buzzard Cable Route. An Archaeological Desktop Assessment
Appleby, G & Hogan, S Cambridge : Cambridge Archaeological Unit, 2009, 41pp, colour pls, figs,
tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
The assessment showed that the proposed cable route crossed an area of prehistoric and Roman
activity, areas of medieval settlement, ridge and furrow, ancient woodland and routes, and areas of
quarrying for sand and gravel. The majority of the proposed route comprised agricultural land, with
numerous boundaries predating the enclosures of the 18th and 19th centuries. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM

OASIS ID :no



(B.97.91)                                                                                  TL01102300
AIP database ID: {1F5D6241-E09E-443A-A929-F638207BD4B7}
Parish: Dunstable                                                                Postal Code: LU5 5AL
ALL SAINTS ACADEMY, DUNSTABLE
All Saints Academy, Dunstable, Bedfordshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Grassam, A         Morley : Archaeological Services WYAS, 2009, 25pp, colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeological Services WYAS
An archaeological desk-based assessment found that investigations between the 1950s and 1970s
during quarrying to the north of the site at Puddlehill recorded significant settlement remains dating to
the Neolithic, Iron Age, Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods. The Roman Roads of Watling Street lay
approximately 250m to the west and the settlement known as Durocobrivis was located approximately
1.5kml to the south at the junction of Watling Street and the Icknield Way. The proposed development
site formerly lay on the western side of the parish of Houghton Regis and the land was probably
agricultural in use by the medieval period. Much of the site was occupied by a nursery and allotments
by the 1920s. The school, then known as Northfields, was opened in 1936 and comprised a single
building, although a number of additional buildings had since been built. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, PR

OASIS ID :no
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                      Desk-based Assessment




(B.97.92)                                                                                   SP99942241
AIP database ID: {08DD62D6-F006-49AF-B1EE-A9718E508028}
Parish: Houghton Regis                                                           Postal Code: LU6 1TF
LAND AT NORTH-WEST DUNSTABLE
Land at North-West Dunstable, Bedfordshire. Archaeological Desk-based Assessment
Blackwell, R       Kemble : Cotswold Archaeology, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cotswold Archaeology
The assessment identified a high level of prehistoric and Roman activity within the site and wider study
area. Maiden Bower Scheduled Monument was located within the western area of the site. Extant
remains comprised the earthworks of an Iron Age hillfort, which overlay a Neolithic monument,
putatively identified as a causewayed enclosure. Evidence of prehistoric activity form the Palaeolithic
onwards, and including a Roman temple, had been recorded at Maiden Bower. There was potential for
previously unrecorded archaeological remains to be located elsewhere within the site. Later periods
were also represented, and it was suggested that further investigations would assess the archaeological
potential of the proposed development area within the site. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: IA, RO, NE

OASIS ID :no

                                               Essex
Chelmsford

(B.22.93)                                                                                  TL71580631
AIP database ID: {C5A2E7D8-DD41-4093-9558-91910C5709F7}
Parish: CHELMSFORD                                                              Postal Code: CM2 7RD
THE PENINSULA SITE, WHARF ROAD, CHELMSFORD
An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of The Peninsula Site, Wharf Road, Chelmsford, Essex
James, R          Portslade : Archaeology South-East, 2009, 40pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Archaeology South-East
A desk-based assessment was prepared for the site in advance of a proposed new college campus. The
site had historically been used as valley floor pasture, with a gasworks built in 1964. A review of
existing archaeological and historical sources suggested that the site had a low potential for containing
archaeological deposits but a moderate potential for containing deposits of potential
palaeoenvironmental significance. The gasworks was built on a raised platform of made ground, which
may have afforded some protection to underlying deposits. A preliminary assessment of the impact of
the proposed development on adjacent Listed Buildings identified a potential negative impact on the
setting of two buildings, a potentially positive impact on the settings of two further structures, and no
impact on four further buildings. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no


Uttlesford

(B.22.94)                                                                                  TL60902200
AIP database ID: {3F5DD07D-D222-4D68-B9D2-18DC96DE0793}
Parish: Great Dunmow                                                             Postal Code: CM6 1SJ
LAND WEST OF GREAT DUNMOW
Land West of Great Dunmow, Essex. An Archaeological Desk -based Assessment
Appleby, G      Cambridge : Cambridge Archaeological Unit, 2009, 29pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
Archaeological Investigations Project 2009                                     Desk-based Assessment


The assessment indicated that the site was located in an area of known prehistoric and Roman activity.
Areas of medieval settlement, woodland and parkland and World War II installations were located in
the vicinity of the site. [Au(abr)]


OASIS ID :no

                                         Hertfordshire
Broxbourne

(B.26.95)                                                                                 TL36500540
AIP database ID: {6E2EF5ED-39EF-40FE-B83F-106A229E5C9A}
Parish: WORMLEY                                                                Postal Code: EN106DN
THE OLD MANOR HOUSE, WORMLEY
The Old Manor House, Wormley, Hertfordshire. Initial Site Heritage Appraisal
AOC Archaeology Group Twickenham : AOC Archaeology Group, 2009, 17pp, colour pls, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: AOC Archaeology Group
The site was located at the edge of the historic village of Wormley. The area was urbanised and
surrounded by housing and commercial buildings but still retained something of its former village
appearance. The house sat adjacent to the road and consisted of two main wings with large late 17th
century windows facing the street. To the south of the house were two small agricultural buildings,
which were all that remained of the manor’s farm complex. To the west of the house stretched the long
garden/grounds. These grounds had lawn and borders near this house with semi-mature woodland and
scrub at the western end. A small plot of woodland lay slightly to the south. The site contained the
Grade II Listed Old Manor House. This post-medieval timber-framed house dating possibly to the late
16th/early 17th century, with substantial later remodelling in the later 17th and 18th century, was the
oldest surviving building on the High Road in Wormley. The outbuildings to the south side of The Old
Manor House were the remnants of the manor’s farm buildings. These comprised a brick outbuilding
and a timber framed granary sitting on staddle stones. Elsewhere in the gardens were small late 19th /
early 20th century garden sheds and greenhouses. The walls on the site were of varying dates with
early walling (17th century?) to the north of the house, a 19th century wall dividing