Historic Building Recording / Archaeological building recording

Historic Building RecordingHistoric Building Recording, otherwise known as Archaeological Building Recording is often required when a planning application is submitted to alter or demolish a building of historical interest.

Usually undertaken as a Planning Condition or as a condition of Listed Building Consent, recording can range from simple photography to historical record analysis and full metric survey and mapping.

We offer a full building recording service in line with Historic England’s designated Level 1-4 surveys, combining historical research, map regression, visual inspection, rectified or photogrammetric photography and metric survey where required (including GPS location and Total Station reflectorless surveys).

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Instagram here we come


As a few if you are aware, we’ve had an Instagram account for some time now but have failed to really use it. Having now discovered the joys of Instagram through the PC desktop I’m pleased to announce that we’ve started to put our ‘historical’ working shots on Instagram for your enjoyment/bemusement/amusement.

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Late prehistoric pit, Northumberland

Late prehistoric pit

Here’s a nice (if I do say so myself) 3-D model of a 0.9m diameter pit uncovered during an evaluation in Northumberland during the summer of 2019. The pit is likely late prehistoric in origin with at least two periods of use.

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Vindomora Solutions Ltd
Archaeological Practice

Registered Office
2nd floor Prospect House
Prospect Business Park
Valley View
County Durham DH8 7PW

Company Registration No. 9505415
Registered in England & Wales

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