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An Archaeological evaluation is a phase of initial field testing, typically comprising of test trenches or test pits, which aims to provide information on the nature, extent, and significance of any archaeological remains present on a site. Archaeological evaluations are required either in support of planning applications or to fulfil planning conditions, to ascertain the scope of any further archaeological work that might be required in response to development. The report will allow the local planning department to decide whether subsequent mitigation work is needed or whether the risk to archaeology is minimal enough to warrant planning consent without any further archaeological conditions.

Field Evaluations