News

Sunnybrae Cottage in Pitlochry is a rare survival of a type of house that was once very common in the Highlands. The research report investigating its history penned by Headland’s Managing Director and Historic Buildings specialist Tim Holden and architect Bruce Walker has recently been...

Headland Archaeology provided the offshore and onshore archaeological services in connection with the cultural heritage impact assessment for Isle of Lewis Wave Energy Farm and associated transmission works on behalf of Aquamarine Power. This project which will ultimately see the development of a 40MW wave...

Kirsty Dingwall of Headland Archaeology presents a talk on recent analysis of a site in Perthshire During upgrading works to the A9 Loaninghead Junction, a variety of archaeological remains was unexpectedly encountered in the vicinity of Peterhead Enclosure: a cropmark site of probable Iron Age date....

Andy Boucher of Headland Archaeology presents an illustrated lecture on the recent excavations in Cathedral Close. The Cathedral Close project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and commissioned through the Cathedral. It was undertaken between September 2009 and May 2011 has provided one of the...

Following on from the discovery of a possible medieval knight’s grave during works for the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, eight further individuals have been discovered in close proximity. The burials, which include one adult female and one child skeleton, lie within an old wall...

A team of archaeologists from Headland Archaeology have discovered eight cremation burials and two short cists during recent excavations in Fortrose. The 3.6ha plot along Ness Road is to be the site of a new housing development by Tulloch Homes, who are funding the archaeological...

The Roman influence on the modern landscape. On Wednesday 8th May, Headland's Michelle Collings will present the results of our recent archaeological excavations at Hanchett End, Haverhill to the public. The 4.5ha excavations at Haverhill revealed archaeology from the Late Iron Age right through to the post-medieval...

Being more proactive about training – providing our clients with well-trained and motivated staff Commercial archaeological projects are often high pressure environments requiring multi-disciplinary input. We want to ensure that we match the right people with appropriate skills to the right jobs. Key to the success...

On Saturday 20th April, Headland Archaeology Project Manager, James Newboult will speak at the 2013 CBA South Midlands Bedfordshire Archaeological Review in Toddington, Bedfordshire. James' talk will focus on Headland's recent excavations at Woburn, Bedfordshire. Investigations within the 3.5ha excavation area uncovered the remains of a...