Established in 2009 as an independent archaeological contractor, PRO Archaeology specialises in small to medium scale archaeological projects, offering a first class service and great value to clients. PRO Archaeology has worked with a variety of clients from small developers in Sussex to large international groups constructing within the centre of London.
Archaeology in the Planning System
New developments often require archaeological surveys as part of a planning application or planning condition. If you are a developer and intend on submitting planning proposals you may be required under the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) to undertake a desk based asesssment and/or field evaluation include with your application.
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PRO Archaeology are specialists in pre-application advice, written schemes of investigation and archaeological surveys. All work will result in Discharge of Condition (where applicable). PRO Archaeology director is a Corporate Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) and as such all work is undertaken in accordance with Standards and Guidance and all staff abide by the Code of Conduct. Contact us now for free advice with fixed prices and no hidden costs! We will not be beaten on fieldwork and post-excavation costs. Contact us now for a free quote.
Archaeological investigations at Tudor Barn near Sevenoaks in Kent uncovered features associated with a late medieval pottery kiln. Before construction of the new dwelling an archaeological excavation across the footprint of the new build revealed the full plan of a drying shed. The site records and finds have been archived with Maidstone Museum.
PRO Archaeology are often commissioned to undertake historic environment desk based assessments. In advance of
re-development at a site in Barnet, Greater London the desk based study enabled a full discharge of condition based on the negative results of the study. This saved our client thousands of pounds by avoiding unncessary surveys.
Pre-application archaeologial evaluation at East Kirkby in Lincolnshire uncovered evidence of a lost medieval settlement. The finds including 15th century pottery sherds have been archived at the
The Collection, Lincoln.
PRO Archaeology undertook a
full programme of archaeological investigation at Long Lane, Southwark, London. The work uncovered medieval features, overlain by a post-medieval tannery. Finds included prehistoric flints, Roman pottery and 17th century delftware pottery. All site records and
finds are archived at the Museum of London.