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36/2014 A History of the National Heritage Collection: Volume Six: 1945-1953
This is Volume Six in a series of eight reports, which describe the formation of the national collection
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82/2016 Assessing the Value of Community-Generated Historic Environment Research
The specific aims of this project were to assess: • The amount of historic environment research being
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83/2016 Bartholomew Ledges, St Mary’s Sound, Isles of Scilly Conservation Statement and Management Plan
Bartholomew Ledges is a protected wreck site off the Isles of Scilly, comprising remains interpreted
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90/2015 Catridge Farm, Lacock, Wiltshire: The Remains of a Shrunken Settlement
During late spring and early summer 2014 English Heritage’s Assessment Team (West) undertook a detailed
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54/2009 Central Peckham Historic Area Assessment
Peckham is an inner-city area in south London with a densely built-up townscape. It developed from a
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76/2015 First World War National Factories: An Archaeological, Architectural and Historical review
The First World War National Factories were under the direct control of the Ministry of Munitions producing
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30/2019 Former Bishop Auckland Mechanics’ Institute, 27 Victoria Avenue, Bishop Auckland: Historic Building Report
The subject of this report is the former Bishop Auckland Mechanics’ Institute on Victoria Avenue, Bishop
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16/2019 Former Central Stores to Bishop Auckland Co-operative Society 80 Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland: Historic Building Report
The subject of this report is the former Bishop Auckland Co-operative Society Stores located on Newgate
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69/2019 Heritage, Natural Capacity and Ecosystem: Case Study Wrecks in Coastal and Marine Ecosystem: The Goodwin Sands and Kent Coast
The environment we have inherited today is the result of a combination of human activities and natural
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9/2019 Heritage, natural capital and ecosystem services: Historic buildings and boundaries
This project explores and tests how the cultural heritage values of buildings and structures can be
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27/2017 HMS Invincible (1758) Conservation Statement and Management Plan
HMS Invincible was originally built in 1744 as the French warship L’Invincible. She was captured by
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139/1997 HOLNE MOOR, DARTMOOR, DEVONSHIRE
Holne Moor is a well-preserved multi-period landscape illustrative of the development of the upland
31/2002 IRBY, THE WIRRAL (SITE 30): THE CHARRED PLANT REMAINS FROM PREHISTORIC TO 4TH CENTURY AD SAMPLES
163 samples from a multiperiod (6th century BC to 4th+ century AD) settlement site at Irby, The Wirral
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4/2014 National Review of Research Priorities for Urban Parks, Designed Landscapes and Opens Spaces
In the fields of urban planning and landscape design, there are few areas in which Britain has made
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83/2017 Norman's Bay Wreck, Pevensey Bay, East Sussex Conservation Statement and Management Plan
The Norman’s Bay Wreck, off the Sussex coast, was designated under the Protection of Wrecks Act (1973)
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202/2020 Northumberland (1703): Conservation Statement & Management Plan
Northumberland is a 70 gun, third-rate, ship-of-the-line launched by the Royal Navy in 1679. The ship
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29/2011 Review of Animal Remains from the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Southern Britain (4000 BC – 1500 BC)
This review surveys the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age bone assemblages from c. 200 sites in southern
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8/2017 Southern England: A Review of Animal Remains from Saxon, Medieval and Post-Medieval Archaeological Sites
Presented here is a zooarchaeological review of assemblages from 323 sites within southern England.
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26/2017 Tearing Ledge, Western Rocks, Isles of Scilly Conservation Statement and Management Plan
Tearing Ledge is a rock pinnacle, south-east of the Bishop Rock lighthouse in the Western Rocks, Isles
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55/2017 The Future of Rural Settlement
This document reports on a programme of work intended to provide contextual information to aid consideration
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16/2014 The London Stones: Marking the City of London's Jurisdiction over the Thames and Medway
The City of London held jurisdiction over part of the River Thames and part of the River Medway from
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86/2017 The London: Updated Conservation Statement and Management Plan 2017
Cotswold Archaeology was commissioned in March 2016 to update the existing Conservation Management
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112/2015 The Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century Public House in Bristol
This study was commissioned to help increase knowledge and appreciation of the urban and Suburban public
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99/2007 The Old Hall (Manor House) at Church Warsop
The Old Hall (or Warsop Parish Centre) at Church Warsop appears, on first glance, to be a rather extraordinary
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94/2016 The Social and Economic Value of the Marine Historic Environment: Issues and Opportunities
This report is an initial review of the social and economic contribution of tangible marine and maritime
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78/2013 The Social Context of Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes
This report documents a meeting of twenty international specialists with interests in the prehistory
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27/2002 THE TREE-RING DATING AT ABBEY HOUSE, BUILDWAS ABBEY, SHROPSHIRE
The ruins of Buildwas Abbey sit on the banks of the river Severn in Shropshire (SJ 642044). The abbey
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6/2019 The Village of Elsecar, South Yorkshire: Historic Area Assessment
Elsecar, the industrial village near Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire, was developed in the late
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