The following case studies offer a brief insight into the range of projects which Armour Heritage undertakes. These include desk based studies and heritage statements, geophysical survey and intrusive archaeological fieldwork both pre-planning and through the discharge of planning conditions. This page is regularly updated so please check back often!
Inchmery Road, Catford, Lewisham
A heritage statement was completed in support of a loft conversion on an Edwardian residential property within the Culverley Green Conservation Area. Click image for more.
Abbey Farm, Hinton Charterhouse, Bath & North East Somerset
A DBA and subsequent fieldwork were completed in advance of the construction of a new agricultural building close to two Scheduled Monuments. Click image for more.
Cowage Farm, Malmesbury, Wiltshire
A desk based assessment and subsequent fieldwork were completed in advance of construction of new agricultural units adjacent to a Scheduled Monument. Click image for more.
The Willows, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
Desk based assessment and consultation with Historic England was followed by a suite of fieldwork at the site of an early water meadow system proposed for a solar farm. Click image for more.
Hatch Farm Dairies, Winnersh, Reading
An extensive archaeological excavation in advance of residential development identified Iron Age and Romano-British remains including roundhouses and enclosures. Click image for more.
The Knoll, Long March Industrial Estate, Daventry
Archaeological evaluation trial trenching was completed at a site at The Knoll, Daventry in advance of its development for new industrial units. Click image for more.
The Old Sardine Factory, East Looe, Cornwall
A heritage statement and subsequent building recording were provided in advance of the demolition of the Listed Building and its rebuilding using original materials. Click image for more.
Leighton Park School, Shinfield Road, Reading
A heritage statement and Options Assessment were completed in support of a planning application for a new Music and Media centre at the school. Click image for more.