Archaeological Assessment

Archaeological Assessment is the investigation of known, suspected or previously unidentified monuments, sites or areas of archaeological potential in order to assess the impact which proposed development may have on them. 

 

Desk based assessments are used by developers in the early stages of the planning process.

Click below to view publication on 'Archaeology & The Planning Process' in Ireland

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 Recent Projects:

  • Archaeological Impact Assessment Report for Rejuvenation Scheme for St Nicholas Quarter & Clanbrassil St Dundalk Co. Louth. Production of a high-level desktop assessment report for the historic town of Dundalk for BDP Architects Ltd.
     

  • Archaeological Management Plan for proposed tree felling (clear-fell replanting) at Cuiltydangan, Co.Sligo for Western Forestry Co-Op.
     

  • Archaeological Impact Assessment Report for new hospice building & additional wards at Sligo
    University Hospital for the HSE Northwest.

     

  • Archaeological Impact Assessment Report for St. Mary’s Secondary School Ballina, Co. Mayo, for the
    Department of Education.