We possess significant experience in assessing the known and often unknown archaeological resource that exists in both the Republic and Northern Ireland.
Assessment of the archaeological and cultural heritage resource often represents an integral part of the planning process, especially within large-scale rural development, infrastructural schemes and within urban areas of archaeological potential.This ranges from high level desktop studies, through to detailed development led assessments and even the assessment of suitable historic names for developments.
We are happy to provide a quote or advise on any of the following:
- Constraint studies
- Desk-based Assessments (with provision for geophysical survey and archaeological testing)
- Site Evaluations
- Master Plans
- Local Area Plans (LAP)
- Environmental Impact Reports (sub EIA threshold)
- Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEA)
- Historic Landscape Characterisation
- Conservation Plans
- Aerial Survey
- Placename Analysis
Please contact Faith Bailey (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss any requirements you may have.