Archaeology Projects

13 Eastbourne Road

Cardonwell Ltd approached CgMs having been advised by Hounslow Planning Department that it’s application for extensions and alterations to 13 Eastbourne Road was going to be refused planning permission on the basis that it was going to harm the Chiswick House Conservation Area and amenity of adjacent neighbours.

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Ashby de la Zouch

CgMs have been advising Hallam Land Management in relation to a 61ha proposed residential site at Ashby de la Zouch.

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Bickham Moor

CgMs were instructed by PMSS & Coronation Power following the refusal of planning permission for the construction a 4 turbine wind farm on archaeological and landscape grounds.

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Cannon Wharf

CgMs have recently submitted a detailed planning application for the erection of 756 dwellings and 8,324 sq.m of commercial floorspace at the 3ha Cannon Wharf site, Deptford, London.

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Cavendish Quarter

CgMs completed a desk-top study within a tight timescale to assess the archaeology and conservation area constraints for a high density residential and mixed use development at Cavendish Quarter Dudley.

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Gillingham Business Park is an established self-contained mixed-use business park situated between London, the Channel Tunnel and the South East coast ports of Folkestone and Dover.

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Copper Quarter Morfa

Barrett South Wales are building a new housing development known as the Copper Quarter in Morfa, Swansea.

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CgMs have been advising BAE Systems on the archaeological implications of redevelopment of part of their land in Cowes.

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Eastern Quarry, Kent

CgMs have been working with Land Securities for many years on their plans for the redevelopment of Eastern Quarry. Much of the site is a very large chalk quarry which has removed archaeological remains across most of the proposed development.

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French Quarter, Southampton

Following the granting of planning permission Linden Homes instructed CgMs to manage large scale excavations of a site within the centre of commercial centre of Medieval Southampton.

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Glynn Pits Pontypool

The Glynn Pits Scheduled Monument comprises the remains of a vertical winding house, an electric pump house (transformer house), a beam engine house, a ventilation shaft, two mine shafts and damn and reservoir.

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Leyton Midland

CgMs provided planning advice to achieve planning permission for the redevelopment on a brownfield site in the MPA’s ownership at Leyton High Road for a borough custody centre and accommodation for two Safer Neighbourhood Teams with outline permission for residential development on the remainder of the site.

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Radlett St. Albans

Planning Application and Appeal of Strategic Rail Freight Interchange including 3.5m sq ft of warehousing, new rail connection, rail freight interchange and Country Park.

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Riversfield Drive

Trent and Dove Housing, a Registered Social Landlord, redeveloped an existing residential site within the village of Rocester Staffordshire.

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Riverside Square

CgMs was appointed by MCD as their archaeological consultants for the Riverside Square Bedford Scheme in 2005. CgMs has managed on-site archaeological investigations, comprising evaluation trial-trenching, ahead of the planning application being submitted.

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Regional contacts:

London and South

Matthew Smith - Director
020 7832 0284

West and Wales

Nick Cooke - Director
01242 259290

Midlands, North & Scotland:

Simon Mortimer - Director
01636 642 707

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