Excavation by A Margetts of ASE, following on from contiguous work in 2012, revealed continuing evidence of Middle/Late Iron Age and Late Iron Age/Romano-British activity. Further medieval and post-medieval evidence was recorded, mainly comprising field systems. Results from the site show that prehistoric, Romano-British and medieval settlement in the area developed and extended in close proximity to arterial waterways such as the Burstow stream where fertile land, with both riverine and forest habitat resources, clearly presented an attractive proposition to ancient settlers. Analysis of the stratigraphic finds and environmental material from the site has afforded a provisional stratigraphic chronology. Results will be included in the forthcoming final publication for the North East Horley Development, now the on-site investigation for this extensive project has been concluded.