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In British archaeology a Watching Brief is a method of preserving archaeological remains by record in the face of development threat. An archaeologist is employed by the developer to monitor the excavation of foundation and service trenches, landscaping and any other intrusive work.
The developer undertakes to give the archaeologist sufficient time to identify and record any archaeological. The site lies to the west of the A which overlies the projected Roman road running towards Chester and is therefore within an area of archaeological potential.
Consequently, Cheshire County Council's Planning Archaeologist requested that a watching brief be maintained during topsoil stripping.
An archaeological watching brief was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology during groundworks associated with the change of use of the basement to a staff room at Chedworth Lodge Basement, Chedworth Roman Villa, Gloucestershire.
The year the book, article or report was published. Year of Publication: This report is for an archaeological watching brief conducted for Halcrow Group Ltd on behalf of Scottish Water by the author for water mains renewals at Burghead, Moray.
This work is following on recommendations made in previous archaeological survey work. The work was conducted between March 17th thand May 13 2.
Acknowledgements. report on an archaeological watching brief contents abstract 1. introduction methodology geology and topography archaeological and historical background 2.
results 3. conclusions 4. archaeological implications 5. list of sources 6. list of contributors list of figures figure 1. archaeological watching brief on the laying of a replacement gas main along the full length of the roadway in Goodramgate, York (NGR SEFigure 1, Site location map, Figure 2, Works location plan).
The aims of the watching bn'ef were to establish the presence or absence of any archaeological. archaeological work (watching brief with provision for excavation of significant archaeological deposits/features) being undertaken during the construction of the Bio Mass Boiler and associated pipework The watching brief was carried out in accordance with a detailed Written Scheme of.
A watching brief may be a long process, for as long as ground works are being carried out across the site, whereas evaluations and excavations are usually for a set, and adhered-to, duration, to minimise disruption to the programme.
A watching brief may also form part of. The watching brief will be carried out in accordance with practices set out in Standard and Guidance for an archaeological watching brief (IfA ). Archaeological Landscape Investigation adheres to the IfA Code of conduct () and Code of approved practice for the regulation of contractual arrangements in archaeology ().
Report on watching brief at Percylieu, Clatt, Huntly, Aberdeenshire (CA) Cameron Archaeology 3 THE WATCHING BRIEF A watching brief was maintained on 24th October during the topsoil strip of a 5 x 5m trench for a wind turbine. The well-drained topsoil was m deep and the natural subsoil was light brown sandy clay.
This report is for an archaeological watching brief conducted on behalf of the Dornoch Castle Hotel by the author for a programme of alterations at the Dornoch Castle Hotel, Dornoch per planning application 03//FULSU.
The work was conducted between August 21st and February 2. Acknowledgements. The watching brief was undertaken at the request of requested by Dr Andy Wigley, Principal Archaeologist, Historic Environment Team, Shropshire Council.
The objective of the watching brief was to record all archaeological remains exposed during the development. The watching brief was carried out in accordance with a detailed Written Scheme of.
Archaeological Watching Brief Report The Old Vicarage, East Hagbourne v.1 Roman Similarly, the only evidence for Roman activity is from a findspot cm to the south of the site (HER ), where up to sherds from oxidised and reduced wares are.
Archive Report. This is the archive report on the archaeological watching brief carried out at the former Cooks shipyard and gasworks in Wivenhoe, located 6 km to the south-east of Colchester, on the tidal reach of the River Colne.
An Archaeological Watching Brief at Nether Stowey Castle Mound, Castle Hill, Nether Stowey, Bridgwater: Archaeological Watching Brief Report for English Heritage. Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned reportAuthor: Stuart J Prior.
Mill Stream Wall Paradise Street Oxford Archaeological Watching Brief Report Archaeological Watching Brief. Client Name: St Peter’s College, Oxford Domesday Book ().
It was rebuilt in and the building that was demolished in was almost certainly of that period. Limiting investigation to a watching brief, mainly on piling operations, was unavoidable at the time. St John’s Square was an extreme example of one of the most common types of archaeological projects – the watching brief – undertaken across the UK at the time.
The history of the county of Lincoln, from the earliest period to the present time. Volume II, Book V, Chap 1, p Intervention Report: Archaeological Project Services. Archaeological Watching Brief of an electric cable trench at Eagle Hall, Eagle and Swinethorpe.
EAEH Excavation archive: Archaeological Project Services. An Archaeological Watching Brief by Jennifer Lowe Report 04/ Introduction This report documents the results of an archaeological watching brief carried out at 28 Temple Street, Brill, Buckinghamshire (SP ) (Fig.
The work was commissioned by Mr and Mrs Keeping, 28 Temple Street, Brill, Buckinghamshire, HP18 9SX. An Archaeological Watching Brief by Sean Wallis and Jim Webster Report 17/ Introduction This report documents the results of an archaeological watching brief carried out at 6/7 The Dock, Firle, Lewes, East Sussex (TQ ) (Fig.
The project was commissioned by Ms Rebecca Kinneavy of BBM. • Appendix – Archaeological Watching Brief Report; and • Appendix – Archaeological Geophysical Survey Report Study Area The nature and extent of any cultural heritage resources has been examined to determine the potential impact of the Proposed Scheme within a study area which.
undertake an archaeological watching brief during extension works at the rear of the Hotel. The works took place from the 14th- 17th May and 11th- 15th June and were recommended by Owen Cambridge, Archaeological Planning Officer Isle of Wight County Council (IWCC) and Richard Massey, Inspector of Ancient Monuments, English Heritage (EH).
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Stedlyn Retreat Archaeological Summary Report (published ) 'An archaeological evaluation and subsequent excavation and watching brief were carried out by Wessex Archaeology in advance of the housing development at 'Stedlyn' (St Paul's Court). Here are the reports on the work.
Written Scheme of Investigation for an Archaeological Watching Brief Shoreditch High Street, London Borough of Hackney CgMs Consulting SD/ CONTENTS.
Introduction Geology and Topography Historical and Archaeological Background Watching Brief Objectives and Rationale of the Watching Brief. EST - An archaeological evaluation at 15 Sandford Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire (Ref: Marches Archaeology Series ) EST - An archaeological excavation and watching brief at 15 Sandford Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire.
EST - An archaeological watching brief at No. A Watching Brief at the Moat House, Longnor, Shropshire Archaeology Service, Shropshire County Council 2 Report No.
July 1 INTRODUCTION Longnor is a village situated about km due south of the centre of. An Archaeological Watching Brief at Sheinton Bridge, Shropshire Archaeology Service, Shropshire County Council 2 Report No. January 2 ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND There is no record of the bridge’s construction, but it is mentioned in correspondence between the Much Wenlock Turnpike Trust and Edward Haycock in March An archaeological watching brief was carried out by Alba Archaeology (Highland) Ltd for Colin Armstrong Associates on behalf of Mr and Mrs Kirby in regard to a condition of planning as required as part of a planning application.
The development site is a ‘greenfield’ site located at Plot 6 Earl’s Court, Dornoch Highland, (see Figs1 and 2). CAT Report Report on the archaeological monitoring of EDF cable undergrounding within the Freston causewayed enclosure at Potash Farm, Holbrook, Suffolk 3 represent a long, narrow, rectangular timber building, perhaps the remains of a Neolithic long house.
It has also been postulated that the structure could be an Anglo-Saxon ‘long hall’. An Archaeological Watching Brief at Nether Stowey Castle Mound, Castle Hill, Nether Stowey, Bridgwater: Archaeological Watching Brief Report for English Heritage.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report. Published. Berkeley, Gloucestershire: Royal Mynster or Antiquarian Folly. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article. CAT Report Archaeological monitoring at Tubswick, Mill Road, Mile End, Colchester, Essex: September 2 4 Aims The aim of the watching brief was to identify and record any surviving archaeological deposits that might be disturbed during the groundworks.
The. Dec 02, · Dec Archaeological Watching Brief at Plot 5, The Green, Orby. LCNCC 13 Intervention Report: Archaeological Project Services. Archaeological Watching Brief on Land at All Saints Church, Orby. OASC04 14 Excavation archive: Archaeological Project Services. Archaeological Watching Brief on Land at All Saints Church, Orby.
The Church of St Christopher in Lympsham, Somerset, England dates from the 15th century, and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.
It is known that Bartholomew de England was appointed rector at Lympsham inalthough the parish had been given by Ine of Wessex to Glastonbury Abbey in remaining part of the Abbey estates until the dissolution of the monasteries in Coordinates: 51°16′58″N 2°57′17″W /.
archaeological interest were observed or recovered from the site during the groundworks. Introduction The archaeological watching brief was requested by Mrs. Taggart of Dereham, Norfolk in response to a Norfolk Landscape Archaeology brief stipulating archaeological monitoring during groundworks for a residential development at the.
undertaken in Mayand the Centre for Archaeology carried out the watching brief on these. The following report details the findings of both of these phases of excavation.
The excavations revealed the survival in very good condition of many features of historical and archaeological importance known from documentary evidence.
These were most. "Information about the nature and extent of archaeological investigations carried out in England," compiled and abstracted from journals, reviews, annual reports, grant reports, and archaeologists' summaries of current work, many otherwise unpublished or intended for limited circulation.
Responsible for the watching brief in the field was archaeologist Niels H. Andreasen, assisted by archaeologist Brendan Fagan. The weather was optimal and did not affect the archaeological work. Niels H. Andreasen has compiled this report. The finds have been analysed by Claes Hadevik, Museum of Copenhagen, who has also written the finds report.
Past archaeological work has been limited to the area around the development area. A watching brief was conducted by the author to the north of the development site (NH /) revealed no archaeological features or deposits though the site was on a north-facing slope (Farrell, a). Further to the east at Torbreck there.
The cost is the price archaeological organisations charge for the excavation, analysis and academic publication of those remains, there being no State funding for development-lead archaeology in Britain.
This created, overnight, a market for archaeological contractors and professionals that had not Author: Michael Heaton. Jan 07, · 31st annual report of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 34–6 Houliston, M‘An archaeological watching brief at 8 Vernon Place, Canterbury’ Canterbury’s Archaeology –Halliggye Fogou, Mawgan-in-Meneage, Cornwall: archaeological watching brief and survey: a report for English Heritage.Report on Archaeological Watching BriefUnpublished report, Winchester Museums Service Archaeology Section Brooks, H.
and Holloway, B.Iron Age, Roman, Medieval and post-medieval Remains at Heybrdge Hall, Heybridge, Maldon, Essex: evaluation SeptemberUnpublished report, Colchester Archaeological Trust Report no.