Site Event/Activity record ESF19785 - Monitoring - 66 George St, Hadleigh

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Location HAD 083, 66 George Street, Hadleigh
Grid reference Centred TM 03128 42716 (4m by 4m)
Map sheet TM04SW



Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service


Not recorded.



Monitoring visit to observe footing trenches for small extension to rear of property. Trenches were of 1.3m depth with c.700mm of topsoil over natural sand with gravel / clay sand. No features or finds were observed. Project status: Complete Yes, Validated Yes Previous/Future Work: Previous No, Future No Associated Identifiers: Planning Application No. B/07/00634 NMR No. 1507131 Project Type: Recording project Investigation Type: Watching Brief Reason for Investigation: Direction from Local Planning Authority - PPG16 Site status: None Current Land use: Residential 1 - General Residential PROJECT LOCATION Area 20.00 Square metres Grid Reference: TM0312842717 Point PROJECT CREATOR(S) Brief originator: Local Authority Archaeologist and/or Planning Authority/advisory body Design originator: K. Wade Director/Manager: John Newman Supervisor: Jezz Meredith DIGITAL ARCHIVE Recipient: Suffolk County SMR Contents: other Media: Text PAPER ARCHIVE Recipient: Suffolk County SMR Contents: other Media: Correspondence, Miscellaneous Material BIBLIOGRAPHY Publication Type: Grey literature (unpublished document/manuscript) Title: Archaeological monitoring of 66 George Street, Hadleigh (HAD 083) Author(s)/Editor(s): Meredith, J. Other Bibliographic Details: SCCAS rpt no. 2007/152 Date: 2007 Issuer/Publisher: SCCAS Place of Issue or Publication: Ipswich Description: short report of one and a half sides only

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  • --- Unpublished document: Meredith, J.. 2007. Monitoring report. 66 George Street, Hadleigh (HAD 083), Hadleigh.

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May 5 2016 4:31PM

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