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 Watching Briefs:

A watching brief is used to monitor the development work when it is underway.

A qualified archaeologist needs to be present on site during the groundworks, and will monitor the excavations to ensure that any archaeological remains and artefacts are recorded. Due to the methodology employed, this may cause some minor delays to the excavation, but we will work with the groundworkers to ensure that any delay is kept to a minimum.

A Written Scheme of Investigation (WSI) is normally required as a specification/brief for the watching brief, and once the fieldwork is completed, the artefacts recovered need to be processed and assessed and a report written on the results.

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