Watching brief by R Lambert of SCAU revealed no finds or features of archaeological significance.
Evaluation by S Wallis of TVAS revealed no finds or features of archaeological significance.
Watching brief by J McNicoll-Norbury of TVAS, a continuation of monitoring work that commenced in 2010. No archaeological features were identified, although a small quantity of medieval pottery was retrieved from the area of the walled garden.
Watching brief by G Priestley-Bell of ASE revealed no finds or features of archaeological interest in an exercise that largely did not impact on the archaeological horizons identified during previous works.
Watching brief by W Weller of SCAU, a continuation of works begun in 2010. No finds or features of archaeological significance were revealed.
Evaluation by R Lambert of SCAU revealed a post- medieval boundary ditch that was also visible on historic maps of the area, and a small quantity of worked flint of mixed Mesolithic-Bronze Age dates.
Evaluation by N Randall of SCAU revealed no finds or features of archaeological interest.
Watching brief by D and A Graham of SyAS. Evidence was noted that suggested the existing southern brick boundary wall of the site was built over, and followed the alignment of, a medieval ditch that probably marked the line of the original burgage plot, although evidence for a 15th-16th century structure across the feature suggested that the boundary was not a continuous survival, but had been reinstated at a later date.
Watching brief by D and A Graham of SyAS. Evidence for extensive terracing of the site in a period pre-dating the construction of the existing building (which dates to c1729) was noted. No evidence for any earlier activity was present.
Watching brief by A Graham of SyAS. Two possible quarry pits of likely 18th/19th century date were revealed.