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Building Recording At Letham Mains, Haddington

Identifier: MEL10433 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In November 2003, Headland Archaeology undertook building recording of a steading at 9 Letham Mains, Haddington. The survey identified at least five phases of construction or alteration within...

Evaluation At Briery Bank, Haddington

Identifier: MEL8885 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) (2) In August 2004, an archaeological evaluation was undertaken at Briery Bank, Haddington. Rig and furrow was identified within what had been two separate fields.
No finds of archaeologic...

Watching Brief At 1 Victoria Park, Haddington

Identifier: MEL7876 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) A watching brief was undertaken in February 2003 on excavations connected with the construction of an extension to the rear of 1 Victoria Park. No archaeological features, finds or deposits of...

Evaluation At Deer Park, Dunbar

Identifier: MEL7973 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Headland Archaeology Ltd prior to the proposed development of a golf course and hotel. No archaeological remains were found in the eastern part ...

Excavation Inside Stoneypath Tower, Whittinghame

Identifier: MEL1001 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In February to May 2000, Headland Archaeology Ltd undertook a watching brief during clearing out of fallen debris inside Stoneypath Tower and excavation of the lower in situ deposits that woul...

Historic Building Recording At Luggate Steading

Identifier: MEL1067 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In January 2012 Headland Archaeology undertook historic building recording at Luggate Steading, prior to its redevelopment. The recording was intended to complement the work undertaken by Ian ...

Building Recording At Stoneypath Tower, Whittinghame

Identifier: MEL1001 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In 2001, Headland Archaeology Ltd undertook building recording in advance of the restoration of Stoneypath Tower as a private dwelling. The building is an L-plan house of probable 15th century...

Evaluation At Stoneypath Tower, Whittinghame

Identifier: MEL1001 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) An evaluation was undertaken by Headland Archaeology Ltd, on land surrounding Stoneypath Tower, Whittinghame. These revealed rubble around the tower related to 19th century landscaping. Stru...

Evaluation And Watching Brief At Whitekirk Tithe Barn

Identifier: MEL1270 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In 1997 an archaeological watching brief of ground-breaking works was undertaken by Headland Archaeology within and immediately outwith the tithe barn at Whitekirk; a watching brief of the acce...

Evaluation At Seton Sands Holiday Village 2012

Identifier: EEL769 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In September 2012 Headland Archaeology carried out a programme of archaeological trial trenching in order to satisfy a condition of the planning consent for the Phase 1 expansion of Seton Sands...