Geophysical survey and assessment by R Poulton of SCAU and A Bartlett of Bartlett-Clark Consultancy. Topographic survey, coupled with resistivity, magnetometry and ground-penetrating radar sweeps of the site of the former Chertsey Beomonds manor were undertaken. The area most likely to contain the remains of the manor house provided disappointing results from all the techniques used, with little evidence for structural remains discerned. Other parts of the study area proved more fruitful and may indicate the presence of structural remains and landscape features below ground, although these findings too were not conclusive. The overall conclusion was that modern disturbance to the site created significant difficulties in the confident interpretation of the results of all the surveys.