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Evaluation

Site 332 -  Ditch [128],   5 June 2015, 2015.014.WWF

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 A Monitored Evaluation/Strip, Map and Record may be required when there is a moderate to high potential of archaeological remains within the development area.

The evaluation will be carried out under the supervision of an archaeologist (or team) to a previously approved Written Scheme of Investigation (WSI).

Archaeological material collected during the on site monitoring will be analysed by specialists.

A report will then be produced which will include results of the monitored ground works, plans and section drawings, photographs and any required specialist assessments.

The report will then need to be sent to the local planning authority by the client/agent.

This report will also assist in providing information to determine positioning of dwellings etc, and/or mitigation procedures to protect discovered archaeological/heritage assets.

Therefore further archaeological monitoring may be required for the next development phase.

For more information please contact Karen Adams