Archaeological ‘strip, map and sample’ excavation and an associated Watching Brief were carried out at the request of Wind Prospect Ltd. during construction works on a site near Tetney, Lincolnshire. No finds, features or deposits of archaeological significance were uncovered.
An Archaeological Assessment was commissioned for a proposed solar development at Arclid North Quarry, Sandbach an area of potential prehistoric archaeological significance. The walkover survey showed that the proposed site has been previously quarried so there would be no physical impact on any archaeological remains.
A geophysical survey was carried out at the site of a proposed solar farm at Moss Farm, Warmingham, Cheshire, as part of a larger assessment. Desk-based archaeological research documented the presence of prehistoric activity near the site. However, no potential features of archaeological significant were identified.
An archaeological field evaluation of land at Talbot Square, Blackpool, was undertaken as part of the submission of a planning application for redevelopment. An evaluation trench was excavated that located the pub and terraced houses shown on 19th century historic maps.
An archaeological desk-based assessment of the site of the former Carrington Power Station was undertaken for inclusion within an Environmental Impact Assessment. The site had seen heavy industrial activity since the 1950s, because of which little archaeology of significance was identified.
An archaeological visual impact assessment was undertaken for a proposed wind farm site at Wandylaw, Northumberland. The assessment concluded that the proposed development would have a predominantly slight indirect impact on the settings of surrounding designated assets.