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Seton, East Mains

Identifier: MEL9307 · Date: Enclosure · Author: East Lothian Council HER

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Desk-based Assessment And Field Survey At Blindwells

Identifier: MEL10916 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In October 2009, CFA archaeology undertook a desk-based assessment and site visit of land at Blindwells, Tranent, as part of work for an EIA for a proposed housing development. The desk-based w...

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...

Watching Brief At South Elphinstone Farm

Identifier: EEL726 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In May 2013 Derek Hall carried out a watching brief and archive assessment on the excavation of a cable trench and plinth for a single wind turbine. No archaeological deposits or features were...

Watching Brief At Fa’side Castle

Identifier: EEL695 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In May 2011 AOC Archaeology undertook an archaeological watching brief on groundworks associated with the construction of a single wind turbine to the east of Fa'side Castle. No archaeological ...

Evaluation At Seton Sands Holiday Centre

Identifier: MEL10195 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In October - November 2011 Headland Archaeology undertook an evaluation at Seton Sands Holiday Centre prior to the construction of a new 9-hole golf course. The trial trenches identified a numb...

Evaluation At Well Wynd, Tranent

Identifier: EEL667 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In March 2011 AOC Archaeology Ltd undertook a small archaeological evaluation on the site of a former 'Labour Club'. Two trenches were excavated, comprising a 5% sample of the 626 m2 developmen...

Evaluation At Plots 1 To 3 And Stepping Stones Extension, Seton Mains, Longniddry

Identifier: EEL651 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In January 2011, AOC Archaeology Group undertook an archaeological evaluation prior to a housing development comprising three house plots and a house extension at ‘Stepping Stones’, ...

Historic Building Survey At 182 Church Street, Tranent

Identifier: MEL10105 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In April 2010, AOC Archaeology Group undertook an historic building survey prior to the demolition of two ruined cottages at 182 Church Street Tranent. This included the production of a measur...

Evaluation At Muirpark Drive, Tranent

Identifier: EEL617 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In April 2010, Alder Archaeology Ltd undertook an archaeological evaluation on a green field site at Muirpark Drive, Tranent, in advance of residential development. The development site is in...