Heritage/Archaeology Surveys

BWB provide a range of heritage assessments and surveys, including Heritage Statements, Archaeological Desk-Based Assessments and Building Conditions Surveys. We assess the potential for a site to contain below ground archaeology via an in-depth review of all available data, such as service plans, ground investigation reports and historic mapping. This enables us to design a programme of works individually tailored to each site.

Our Heritage Statements assess the potential impact of a proposed development on listed buildings and their setting. This feeds into the design process at an early stage to prevent the need for design changes at a later date.

BWB undertake consultation with national bodies, local authorities and, if necessary, local groups.


Name: Jim MacQueen
Job Title: Service Manager

E: jim.macqueen@bwbconsulting.com

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Name: Iqbal Rassool
Job Title: Group Director - Environment

E: Iqbal.Rassool@bwbconsulting.com

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