Site Event/Activity record ESF22109 - Geophysical Survey, Meddler Stud, Kentford

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Location Meddler Stud
Grid reference Centred TL 705 666 (445m by 235m)
Map sheet TL76NW





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PROJECT DETAILS Geophysical Survey identified a number of anomolies that were of probable archeological origin. Project status: Complete Yes, Validated Yes Previous/Future Work: Previous Not known, Future Not known Associated Identifiers: HER event no. KTD 020 NMR No. 1576941 Project Type: Field evaluation Development Type: Rural residential Methods and Techniques: '''''Geophysical Survey''''' Position in the Planning Process: Not known / Not recorded Reason for Investigation: Planning condition Current Land use: Other 15 - Other Monument Type(s)/Period(s): NONE None Artefact Type(s)/Period(s): NONE None PROJECT LOCATION Area 4.40 Hectares Grid Reference: TL705667 Point PROJECT CREATOR(S) Organisation: Stratascan Ltd Brief originator: Local Planning Authority (with/without advice from County/District Archaeologist) Design originator: David Elks Director/Manager: Simon Haddrell Supervisor: Richard Smalley DIGITAL ARCHIVE Recipient: Stratascan Ltd Contents: 'none' Media: 'Geophysics', 'Images raster / digital photography' PAPER ARCHIVE Recipient: Stratascan Ltd Contents: 'none' Media: 'Map', 'Report' PHYSICAL ARCHIVE Recipient: n/a BIBLIOGRAPHY Publication Type: Grey literature (unpublished document/manuscript) Title: Meddler Stud, Kentford, Suffolk Author(s)/Editor(s): Richard Smalley BA (Hons) AIFA Other Bibliographic Details: J3279 Date: 2013 Issuer/Publisher: Stratascan Ltd Place of Issue or Publication: Stratascan Ltd Description: Geopgysical Survey

Sources/Archives (1)

  • --- Unpublished document: Smalley R. 2013. Geophysical Survey Report, Meddler Stud, Kentford.

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

  • Post medieval ditches and earthworks (Monument)

Record last edited

Jul 30 2013 4:13PM

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