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As ‘general practitioners’, our service history is diverse: we have acted and worked for self-builders, commercial and industrial developers, for consultants, planning authorities, statutory undertakers, minerals companies, architects, airports, schools and government agencies. 


aerial survey, PCAS Archaeology

Nationwide Projects

  • Wind, solar and other renewable energy developments: Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Wiltshire, Hampshire, Cornwall, Suffolk, Somerset, Dorset

  • Major residential development schemes: Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire, Kent.

  • Pipeline and major linear schemes: Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Lincoln City, Wiltshire, Derbyshire.

  • Road schemes: Lincoln City and Lincolnshire.

  • Mineral extraction sites: Nottinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, South Yorkshire, East Yorkshire.

  • Flood alleviation schemes: Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire.

  • Cemetery clearance: Nottinghamshire, Lincoln City, Lincolnshire.

  • Standing building surveys, settings assessments and cultural heritage statements: Nationwide.

monitoring and recording development
monitoring and recording development
aerial survey, PCAS Archaeology
archaeological findings, PCAS Archaeology

While our business is focused on aiding commercial development, we have occasionally participated in extramural schemes: in 2004, a flood alleviation scheme undertaken for the Environment Agency formed the basis for a Channel 4 Time Team Special and the publication of our fist academic monograph. Similarly, in 2009 we were granted sponsorship to investigate a Romano-British settlement to the south of Lincoln, and this resulted in a second monograph publication. We have published articles in national and local academic journals and Dr Adrian Chadwick is currently preparing our third monograph; this time showing the social and economic development of Iron Age and Romano-British farming communities that inhabited the challenging clay lands to the south of Newark in Nottinghamshire.

Contact Us

Contact us, we will be happy to provide a free quotation or offer general advice that will assist your project.

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