Watching brief by G Potter of CA. No significant archaeological remains were found but the fieldwork produced a small amount of earlier building material and pottery, some of it (floor tile and worked stone) almost certainly associated with the abbey.
Evaluation by T Brown of CA targeting areas not investigated during previous archaeological work associated with redevelopment in 2001-2, identified significant areas of modern disturbance associated with subsequent construction in 2008. There were only two features of possible archaeological significance - an undated ditch that truncated an earlier undated ditch.
Evaluation by A Howard of CA did not reveal any archaeological finds or features.
Evaluation by J Aaronson of CA within the Scheduled Monument of Chertsey Abbey revealed a considerable amount of residual medieval material, including pottery, tile and brick that undoubtedly derives from Chertsey Abbey, but is believed to be material previously sifted out during excavations carried out in 1954. Gravel layers were also revealed that may have formed part of an earlier path skirting the south and western sides of the mid-19th century Abbey Lodge.
Evaluation by G Potter of CA, in advance of residential development, revealed no evidence for activity on the site prior to its use as a garden in the 20th century.