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.
Evaluation by K Grant of ASE revealed evidence of previous truncation across the site, but no finds or features of archaeological interest related to either medieval backland or other activity.
Evaluation by D Hopkinson of ASE revealed a wall foundation and two postholes of post-medieval date thought to relate to the property currently on the site.
Evaluation by S Stevens of ASE recovered a single flint flake from the topsoil of one of the trenches.
Historic building assessment by M Higgins of SCC of the 18th and early 19th century building.
Watching brief by K Grant of ASE during upgrading works on or close to the postulated site of a Bronze Age cremation cemetery discovered towards the end of the 19th century revealed evidence of modern truncation and levelling, but no finds or features of archaeological interest.
Watching brief by N Garland of ASE. No finds or features of archaeological significance, nor any evidence for burials, were revealed in an investigation of limited scope.
Evaluation by K Grant of ASE revealed evidence of demolished glasshouses constructed on the site in the late 19th century, and subsequent development in the 20th century, but no finds of features of archaeological significance.
Watching brief by K Grant of ASE led to the exposure of two linear features, probably representative of early field or boundary ditches. It was not possible to excavate either feature, and both will be preserved in situ below developmental impact.
Evaluation by C Russel of ASE revealed that the site had been previously stripped and levelled almost certainly during construction of the works, and no finds or features of archaeological interest were discovered.