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Staff from the South & East office are beginning a series of projects in London, currently, that includes RAF Uxbridge. At 110 acres, the former RAF Uxbridge is the largest development site in West London, and is in an accessible and sustainable location close to...

Headland on behalf of our client Watkin Jones Group is pleased to invite the general public to join the archaeological team on site at West Tollcross, Fountainbridge, Edinburgh where current excavations are taking place revealing several 19th century industrial buildings. The site will be open...

The pottery assemblage from Headland’s excavations at Jeffrey Street has recently been published in Medieval Ceramics (Franklin 2011).  This publication was outwith the main site publication (Masser, forthcoming, Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports) and was achieved with the help of a publication grant from the Medieval...

This autumn Headland Archaeology will return for our fourth time exhibiting at the annual Renewables UK conference event. Why not come and chat with a member of our team at Stand 211 and find out how we can make a real difference to your project. We...

Headland Archaeology Project Manager James Newboult was joined by our client Nic Rumsey of Carisbrooke Investments for an interview with BBC West Suffolk radio. The interview will feature in two programmes. The first will be aired between 7:15 and 7:30 on Monday 9th July and the...

Headland's South & East office is now 8 weeks into our excavation at Haverhill in Suffolk. We have revealed a multi-phase rural Roman settlement comprising enclosures, post-built structures, round and rectangular buildings. These phases of settlement will, upon analysis reveal much about the transition from...

Headland Archaeology's South & East team are undertaking excavation of a Romano-British settlement at Haverhill, Suffolk. The work has already attracted some positive attention in the local press: Haverhill Research Park and Haverhill Echo. Evidence revealed suggests the multi-phase site is centred around a hilltop rectilinear...

Around 200 people turned up at Griffin Wind Farm to find out more about the project. The open day was organised by SSE to celebrate the completion of the project. We were delighted that a lot of people showed an interest in the archaeology process...

Headland Archaeology started the process of completing backlog publications from Hereford’s Archaeological Investigations Ltd with a recent article in Vernacular Architecture. The report by Andy Boucher outlined the results from a detailed hand-produced record of Pembridge Bell Tower, one of the oldest timber framed towers in...

We are pleased to welcome Paul Masser to Headland's Consultancy team. Paul combines a strong background in field and landscape archaeology with all the analytical skills our clients require. He has made significant contributions to developing setting methodology over the last four years, both internally and...