Site Event/Activity record ESF19378 - Craven J, SCCAS monitoring 2006/046

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Location WTH 034 J Bradnam and Sons, Melbourne Bridge
Grid reference Centred TL 6579 4665 (44m by 27m)
Map sheet TL64NE



Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service


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An archaeological monitoring of site stripping at J Bradnam and Sons, Melbourne Bridge, Withersfield, did not identify any archaeological features or deposits. Project status: Complete Yes, Validated Yes Previous/Future Work: Previous No, Future No Associated Identifiers: HER event no. WTH 034 Sitecode WTH 034 Planning Application No. SE/04/1014/P NMR No. 1409443 Project Type: Recording project Investigation Type: Watching Brief Reason for Investigation: Direction from Local Planning Authority - PPG16 Current Land use: Industry and Commerce 1 - Industrial PROJECT LOCATION Area 400.00 Square metres Grid Reference: TL65794665 Point Height 70.00 - 75.00 metres PROJECT CREATOR(S) Brief originator: Local Authority Archaeologist and/or Planning Authority/advisory body Design originator: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, Field Team Director/Manager: John Newman Supervisor: John Craven DIGITAL ARCHIVE Recipient: Suffolk County SMR Contents: other Media: Text PAPER ARCHIVE Recipient: Suffolk County SMR Contents: other Media: Report PHYSICAL ARCHIVE Recipient: Suffolk County SMR BIBLIOGRAPHY Publication Type: Grey literature (unpublished document/manuscript) Title: J Bradnam and Sons, Melbourne Bridge, Withersfield, WTH 034 Author(s)/Editor(s): Craven, J, A. Other Bibliographic Details: SCCAS Report No. 2005/53 Date: 2005 Issuer/Publisher: SCCAS Place of Issue or Publication: Bury St Edmunds Description: SCCAS Monitoring Report

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Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

  • J Bradman and Sons Melbourne Bridge (Monument)

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Mar 17 2009 10:23AM

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