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Archaeological watching brief Lionachan,Moyle,Glenelg. by Martin Wildgoose

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Published by the author in Broadford,Isle of Skye .
Written in English


  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Scotland.,
  • Scotland -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

NG 8881 1853.

SeriesArchaeological and ancient landscape survey
The Physical Object
Pagination5p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20252023M

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Model Briefing for Archaeological Monitoring (Watching Brief) Diocese of Sheffield 1. Summary. Where provided, an accompanying planning report outlines the known or suspected archaeological implications of development on the development site. Archaeological Watching Brief Report v.1 In , John Emerson of Cosgrove, a yeoman, and W Fortnell of Paulerspury took a lease from William Hartley of a plot of land measuring 48 x 20 lying south west of 'The. • On completion of the watching brief, submit a data structure report to the client. Watching Brief Methodology Excavation of all trial pits was carried out by Raeburn using an appropriate mechanical excavator under constant archaeological supervision and was undertaken in stages until either the first. Nova Scotia Farm, Caister-on-Sea: Archaeological Watching Brief Archaeological objectives The objective of the watching brief, as outlined in the WSI (CA a), was to investigate and record any archaeological features or deposits encountered during groundworks associated with the development, with reference to the following:File Size: 1MB.

The principle of the watching brief is to maintain an archaeological site presence commensurate with the scale of development groundworks to identify any buried archaeology exposed during the development and treat it accordingly. An archaeological watching brief might be attached as a condition to your planning permission because there is a known record of physical archaeological remains within the proposed site, or perhaps because there is the potential to find items or deposits of archaeological interest due to the nearby presence of archaeological remains. Watching Brief. Watching briefs, the archaeological monitoring and recording during development groundworks, are generally applied as a planning condition to developments of smaller scale or which are in areas with limited potential for archaeological remains. If a watching brief is required, APS will liaise with the developer and have an.   FWIW, a watching brief is the cheapest of the options that the LPA can impose upon you. You basically agree with the Archaeology consultants where you are going to disturb the site below modern made-up surface, and they have to watch as your builder strips down either to the final depth or to unmade ground (in our case the virgin clay).

Archaeology Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device : Emma Ruddle. guidance for an archaeological watching brief (). 3 Archaeological background All Saints' Church, Great Braxted is a Grade II* listed building which was built in its original form c AD The nave and west half of the chancel remain from this period. At that time the church ended eastwards with an apse. The apse was later removed,File Size: 2MB. Archaeological watching briefs / small-scale investigations must be undertaken in accordance with the Standard and Guidance for archaeological watching briefs published by the Institute for. Any locations covered by the publication or report. This is not the place the book or report was published.