Site Event/Activity record ESF20778 - Desk Based Assessment, 9-11, Great Whip Street, Ipswich.

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Location 9-11 Great Whip Street
Grid reference Centred TM 1654 4383 (137m by 174m)
Map sheet TM14SE



Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service


Not recorded.



DBA revealed evidence for activity from 7th century onwards. Possible site of lost church of St Austin and St Leonard's Hospital Project status: Complete Yes, Validated Yes Previous/Future Work: Previous Yes, Future Yes Associated Identifiers: Planning Application No. 07/00242/FUL NMR No. 1530701 Project Type: Desk based assessment Development Type: Urban residential (e.g. flats, houses, etc.) Methods and Techniques: Documentary Search, Visual Inspection Reason for Investigation: Voluntary/self-interest Site status: Area of Archaeological Importance (AAI) Current Land use: Industry and Commerce 4 - Storage and warehousing Monument Type(s)/Period(s): NONE None Artefact Type(s)/Period(s): NONE None PROJECT LOCATION Area 1.20 Hectares Grid Reference: TM16544383 Point PROJECT CREATOR(S) Brief originator: Self (i.e. landowner, developer, etc.) Design originator: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, Field Team Director/Manager: Rhodri Gardner Supervisor: Mark Sommers BIBLIOGRAPHY Publication Type: Grey literature (unpublished document/manuscript) Title: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment: 9 - 11, Great Whip Street, Ipswich Author(s)/Editor(s): Sommers, M. Other Bibliographic Details: SCCAS 2010/037 Date: 2010 Issuer/Publisher: SCCAS Place of Issue or Publication: Ipswich Description: printed sheets of A4 paper with card covers and plastic comb binding

Sources/Archives (1)

  • --- Unpublished document: Gardner R, Sommers M & Breen A. 2010. Archaeological Desk Based Assessment, 9-11, Great Whip Street, Ipswich.

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

  • Stoke Quay, Great Whip Street, Ipswich. (Monument)

Record last edited

Jan 24 2017 11:25AM

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