Understanding Rural Heritage Assets Under Threat of Urbanisation in the Cambridge City Deal
National Importance Programme Pilot Project Report
By Oxford Archaeology East
It examines a study area of contiguous parishes around the new settlement of Cambourne to the west of Cambridge on the Cambridgeshire claylands. Heritage assets include a banjo enclosure, ridge and furrow, moated sites and deserted medieval villages.
2. Assessing Significance
3. Existing resources
4. Assessment of the resource
5. Archaeological excavations assessment
- Publication Status: Completed
- Pages: 99
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The National Importance Programme aims to help identify archaeological sites that are nationally important but not protected.