Archaeological Monitoring


Archaeological Monitoring is usually carried out where a development occurs in proximity to a known or suspected archaeological site and where prior assessment is not possible due to the presence of existing buildings or the scale of a project is such that it could impact on previously unidentified archaeological remains. It is normally requested as a condition attached to a grant of planning permission by the local authority. It involves an archaeologist maintaining a watching brief while groundworks are taking place in order to identify and record any archaeological remains that may be present.    


We have a team of archaeologists available on a countrywide basis to undertake any archaeological monitoring that you may require. Call us today for advice on your project and an immediate and  competitive quotation.