Understanding Rural Heritage Assets Under Threat of Urbanisation in the Cambridge City Deal
National Importance Programme Pilot Project Report
By Oxford Archaeology East
The pilot project explores the mechanisms for identifying, recording and mapping sites considered to be of national importance, using and evaluating available datasets such as the Historic Environment Record and the National Archaeological Identification Survey.
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.
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