South East England

Chartwell, Westerham, Kent

Extant features were recorded as part of a Field Survey carried out at Chartwell House and Estate, a property purchased by Winston Churchill. The work contributed to a broader Desk-based Assessment, which concluded that while landscape features related to the post-medieval landscape and WWII periods were of local significant, features related to Churchill’s time should […]

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Chartwell, Westerham, Kent

An archaeological desk-based assessment, field survey and management plan were undertaken at Chartwell House and Estate. The original house was built in the 16th century house and it was purchased by Winston Churchill in 1922, subsequently being redesigned to have formal gardens, lawns and water features.

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Middlewick Wind Farm, Essex

Geophysical surveys were undertaken to help assess the sites of nine proposed turbines at Middlewick Wind Farm, Essex. A dual survey using two Geoscan Research FM256 gradiometers was carried out in areas centred on each proposed turbine location. No features of significant archaeological interest were identified.

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Windsor Castle, Berkshire

A watching brief was carried out during groundworks at Denton Commons, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, as a planning condition. The remains of a chalk-block wall were found, likely remains of a medieval hall known from documentary sources.

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Isle of Wight wind farm

An archaeological impact assessment on setting was undertaken in relation to a proposed wind farm on land at Wellow on the Isle of Wight. The assessment concluded that the proposed development would have an indirect impact on surrounding Listed Buildings, with a slight impact on Scheduled Ancient Monuments.

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