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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...

Watching Brief And Metal Detector Survey At Bankton House Steading

Identifier: MEL9554 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In September 2009, CFA Archaeology Ltd carried out a metal detector survey and watching brief during the construction of a septic tank. No archaeologically significant finds or remains were di...

Monitored Topsoil Strip At Birsley Brae, Tranent

Identifier: EEL598 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) A monitored topsoil strip was carried out by CFA Archaeology Ltd in February 2010 at Birsley Brae, Tranent prior to the development of a single-plot house. No archaeological features or deposi...

Historic Building Recording At The Manse Stables, 244 Church Street, Tranent

Identifier: MEL4328 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In August 2009, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook an enhanced standing building survey at the former Manse Stable, 244 Church Street Tranent, in advance of its conversion to a modern dwelling. The...

Desk Based Assessment; Bankton House Steading

Identifier: MEL9554 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In June to September 2007, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook an enhanced desk based assessment of Bankton House Steading, during redevelopment of the buildings as dwellings. The desk based assess...

Standing Building Survey At North Elphinstone Farm

Identifier: MEL9549 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In May 2007, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook an enhanced standing building survey at North Elphinstone Farm, near Elphinstone, East Lothian in advance of conversion of the farm buildings into do...

Monitored Strip At Alder Road, Port Seton

Identifier: EEL4 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) (2) In Feburary 2004, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook a monitored strip on the site of three proposed houses and access roads on Alder Road, Port Seton. No archaeological remains were revealed....

Metal Detector Survey And Watching Brief At Bankton House, Tranent

Identifier: MEL563 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In February 2007, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook an archive assessment, metal detector survey and watching brief in advance of, and during, the construction of a horse riding arena in a paddock...

Evaluation At 126 Church Street, Tranent

Identifier: EEL248 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In October 2005, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook an evaluation at 126 Church Street, Tranent on the site of a proposed development. No features of archaeological significance were encountered. ...

Evaluation At Elder Street, Tranent

Identifier: EEL247 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In October 2004, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook an evaluation at Elder Street, Tranent during groundbreaking works for the construction of new apartment blocks and associated parking spaces. Tw...