The down turn in out door work during the Corona Virus has given us the opportunity to reconsider the purpose of archaeology. Many archaeologists are looking to a more effective way to work which gives value to mental health and physical wellbeing. It is hoped we can implement such an environment of work in the coming months.

NG Archaeology Services works throughout Scotland and is based in Edinburgh. The main focus for our work is to ensure that the client understands the archaeological process, a process which is more easily managed with our friendly approach and willingness to explain the importance of the archaeology being undertaken and the role it has in the adding to the community sense of belonging, to the client. Our experience with working with individuals and with large corporate bodies maintains a sense of perspective when it comes to planning and decision making, be it on a daily or long term basis.






NG Archaeology Services is proud to consider community engagement and empowerment as central to our ethos.


Client: Caledonian Trust PLC

An archaeological excavation was carried out in response to planning conditions relating to the development of the site for housing at 3-4 Belford Road, Edinburgh. The site is located in the historic residential area of Dean Village, a UNESC...

Client: Mark Neville of Nevilledesigns Ltd

NG Archaeology services undertook a level 2 building survey as requested by WOSAS. Work was carried out over 2 days in December 2016 and January 2017 at 6 Cleghorn Road, Lanark on behalf of Neville Designs Ltd for their client.

Client: Craig Daly

Date: April 2013

The urban environment can be seen as a place of industrial histories and post medieval settlement along the lines of cities such as Edinburgh and Dundee.  The lesser known smaller towns, such as Uphall, also offer an insight into the a...

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