Developer had optioned land near existing housing. Scan showed medieval village remains, together with part of an older Roman villa, & old watercourses. Together with the Planning Authority, the site was managed for Heritage & Archaeology without the need for unnecessary further excavations or trials. Planning Application was amended by mutual co-operation & passed without additional Conditions.
The development was achieved possibly 6 months early with its construction less affected by seasonality. A licensed H&A project was subsequently begun with the local History Society working with a University.
Developer required analysis of a brownfield site in Greater London. The Scan indicated the layout & positioning beneath the surface of older foundations, tank & spill locations & pilings – together with the likely content of the contamination.
Landowner’s Scan in Kent identified 3x Treasure Troves at around 3 metres depth containing artefacts of precious metal, coinage & ceremonial weaponry. Treasure Act applied & our partners Merlin Burrows acted with the landowner & coroner to recover. Hoard was identified as approximately 1200 years old.
University Archaeological Department requested time-saving assistance in locating key features of an ancient settlement in East Anglia. Detailed Scan confirmed presence & the layout of all the archaeological remains.
Developer requested Scans across all landholdings (37 sites) in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire & Notts.