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Suite 2, Consett Innovation Centre,
Ponds Court Business Park,
Genesis Way, Consett,
County Durham DH8 5XP

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Desk-based research:
Archaeological Services

Vindomora Solutions Ltd can undertake all of your desk-based research needs. The services in this category that you are most likely to require are the following:

Archaeological Desk-based assessment:

Archaeological desk-based assessments combine historical research with map regression, including records retrieved from historical records offices, the internet and any other source available. This provides an assessment of the archaeology known or suspected to exist within a development, and includes an Archaeological Impact Assessment (known and projected) as standard. For more on our archaeological DBAs please see our Archaeological desk-based assessment page.

Historic Building Recording:

Historic Building Recording schemes often utilise desk-based research to form part of the background for the building in question (usually as part of a Level 2/3 survey and above). For more information please see our Historic Building Recording page.