Desk-based assessments are usually requested by Local Planning Authorities, archaeological curators, consultants or developers in order to gain information about the known or potential archaeological resource within a specific area. They are typically the first step in the...Read More
Watching briefs are usually requested by Local Planning Authority Archaeologists following the approval of a planning application. These monitoring services are conducted as a formal programme of observation and investigation during any operation carried out for...Read More
Field evaluations are a means of assessing the presence of archaeological remains on a site by a limited amount of fieldwork – usually on a specific proportion of the proposed site. Bournemouth Archaeology provide a wide range of evaluation methods including field walking,...Read More
Geophysical survey is a cost effective method of surveying large areas during the evaluation process. We provide geophysical services to both archaeology and industry and our extensive range of geophysical instruments enable us to provide a rapid and cost-effective service...Read More
Bournemouth Archaeology is a multi-disciplinary heritage consultancy with a long established reputation for providing heritage planning advice and archaeological services to clients at all stages of the planning process.
Bournemouth Archaeology, Bournemouth University’s commercial archaeology unit, has a long established reputation for providing planning advice and archaeological services to clients throughout the UK. We have a wealth of expertise and proven track record in providing a comprehensive, cost-effective service tailored to meet your needs, whether they are commercial or research driven.
We offer a bespoke, professional consulting service for developers seeking guidance on heritage issues within the planning process. Whether you have a planning consent, are planning a development or you require advice on pre-determination issues for a planning application, we can provide the services you need, from project design to completion of fieldwork investigations.
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