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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...

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...

Headland is currently in the process of undertaking a post-excavation analysis and publication of a multi-period site excavated by Headland in 2011 as part of the advance archaeological works for the Forth Replacement Crossing. In conjunction with the presentation of the initial results of the...

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...

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...

Julie Franklin‘s report on the finds assemblage from excavations at the island monastery and world heritage site of Skellig Michael, Co. Kerry has recently been published. Julie tendered for the work from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, beating a number of other...