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July 19, 2017

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...

January 6, 2017

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.

April 2, 2013

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...

October 12, 2012

Client: Alexander Allison

Date: Oct 2012

Many archaeological jobs come from the construction industry and not all are major year long projects!  This work is essential to the everyday success of a unit providing a cash flow that is required to maintain the necessary skil...

November 27, 2009

DATE: Nov 2009

Client: GVA Grimley

In November 2009 GVA Grimley contacted NG Archaeology Services, on behalf of their client ASDA Ltd, to carry out a Trial Trenching programme at Lower Slackbuie, as in accordance with the agreed brief with the Highland Council. This prog...

May 31, 2009

This Level One Survey is required on the Roman Camp No.7 winding gear building. Currently the building is covered in vegetation and will take a number of weeks to be cleared. Once cleared the survey can be completed for WOSAS.

July 7, 2005

DATE: AUG 2005 

Client: J Cairns

Following discussion with the planning department of West Lothian Council regarding the continuation of planning consent at 245 Main Street, East Calder, and WOSAS regarding the requirements of the Written Scheme of Investigation for the...

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