Site Event/Activity record ESF22026 - Barn at Potash Farm Kenton: Heritage Asset Assessment

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Location Barn at Potash Farm, Eye Road, Kenton
Grid reference Centred TM 1897 6671 (16m by 15m)
Map sheet TM16NE



Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service


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A heritage asset assessment was carried out to inform an application for conversion Project status: Complete Yes, Validated Yes Previous/Future Work: Previous No, Future No Associated Identifiers: Sitecode KNN019 Project Type: Building Recording Methods and Techniques: ''Photographic Survey'' Reason for Investigation: Direction from Local Planning Authority - PPS Site status: None Current Land use: Other 2 - In use as a building Monument Type(s)/Period(s): BARN Post Medieval Artefact Type(s)/Period(s): NONE None PROJECT LOCATION Area 100.00 Square metres Grid Reference: TM190667 Point Height 59.00 - 59.50 metres PROJECT CREATOR(S) Brief originator: Local Planning Authority (with/without advice from County/District Archaeologist) Design originator: Edward Martin Director/Manager: David Gill Supervisor: Leigh Alston DIGITAL ARCHIVE Recipient: Suffolk County SMR Contents: 'Survey' Media: 'Images raster / digital photography', 'Text' PAPER ARCHIVE Recipient: Suffolk County SMR Contents: 'Survey' Media: 'Report' BIBLIOGRAPHY Publication Type: Grey literature (unpublished document/manuscript) Title: Barn at Potash Farm Kenton Heritage Asset Assessment Author(s)/Editor(s): 'Alston, L.' Date: 2012 Issuer/Publisher: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service Place of Issue or Publication: Shire hall Bury St Edmunds Description: SCCAS client report, A4, soft bound ,colour

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <S1> Unpublished document: Alston, L.. 2012. Heritage Asset Assessment: Barn at Potash Farm, Kenton, Suffolk.

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

  • Farmstead: Potash Farm (Farmstead)

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Feb 17 2022 2:53PM

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