Evaluation by N Randall of SCAU revealed evidence of modern truncation but no finds or features of archaeological significance.
Evaluation by W Weller of SCAU revealed a narrow gully of modern date and confirmed the location of a pond shown on 19th century maps.
Watching brief by T Dawson of TVAS within the Scheduled hillfort revealed an undated but probably modern gully or garden feature.
Watching brief by S Hoad of MOLA recorded remains of part of the access road to the drivers’ tunnel at the Scheduled racetrack.
Photographic survey and watching brief by K Bower of PCA on a section of the Railway Straight prior to overlay resurfacing revealed details of the track construction and repair to the Scheduled racetrack.
Two phases of evaluation by S Mounce of WA in advance of flood protection, landscaping, tip remediation and redevelopment alongside the Hoe Stream. The first phase revealed a significant depth of alluvial deposits, late 19th and early 20th artefacts likely to have been washed up and deposited by the Hoe in a trench closest to the modern course of the stream, but no deposits of archaeological interest. The second phase revealed alluvial layers within all of the trenches, confirming that the site historically lay within the flood plain.
Watching brief by W Weller of SCAU. No features of archaeological significance were revealed. Small quantities of modern pottery and ceramic building material suggested 20th century disturbance across the area.
Evaluation by N Shurety of BA, continuing from work undertaken in 2009, revealed a series of walls, drainage and pit features of post-medieval and modern date.
Evaluation by J McNicoll-Norbury of TVAS. A single pit containing medieval pottery and a modern wall were revealed.
Historic building recording and watching brief by K Bower of PCA during the exposure, subsequent partial demolition, and conversion of a Second World War DFW3/28 anti-tank gun emplacement/pillbox. Elements of the original construction of the structure and later re-use as a domestic building were recorded.