A detailed gradiometry survey by T Richardson of Stratascan was conducted over c 5.8ha of grassland. With the exception of a single cut feature that might be archaeological in origin or equally related to modern agricultural activity, the survey did not identify any anomalies of probable archaeological character. The majority of the anomalies detected were modern in origin, including ploughing, services and land drains.
Geophysical survey by T Desalle and A Bateman of Stratascan revealed several widely spaced curving parallel linear anomalies interpreted as medieval/post-medieval furrows and a linear anomaly that could indicate the presence of a ditch.
Geophysical survey by J Slater and J Jones of Stratascan. A single linear feature was located along the western edge of the site and was interpreted as a modern utility trench. Other anomalies were also thought to have modern origins including ferrous objects in the topsoil and magnetic disturbance related to field boundaries and fences.
Geophysical survey by S Haddrell of Stratascan. A detailed gradiometry survey was conducted over c 4ha of grassland, with c 1ha of resistivity survey targeted on the results. A former field boundary and trackway were the only features identified to be of potential archaeological interest.