Impact Assessment (EIA)
In order to secure consent for your development you may be asked
by the Local Planning Authority to assess the effects of the proposed
development on the cultural heritage. This may relate to archaeology
Based Assessments), historic buildings (see Historic
Building Recording) or to the whole environment, requiring
an EIA, of which the historic environment is one component.
Archaeology South East can help you. We have extensive experience
in the management and production of thorough high standard assessments
that can reduce or even remove the risk posed by archaeology,
historic buildings and historic landscapes.
Archaeology South East have been involved in a number of major
Environmental Impact Assessments, including the proposed wind
farm at Little Cheyne Court, Walland Marsh, Kent, housing schemes
for Berkeley Strategic and the proposed A24 Horsham-Capel road
link, West Sussex / Surrey.
We liaise with curatorial archaeologists and local planning authority
conservation officers on your behalf to ensure their concerns
are understood and addressed, thereby managing the risk of delays.
Archaeology South East offers an integrated cost effective service
from initial assessment to full excavation and publication.
Contact: Ron Humphrey