Whatever the size of your project

Sectors

Coastal Management
Community and Education
Energy
Estates Management
Minerals
Housing and Commercial
Industrial Regeneration
Local Government
Small Developers
Transport
Utilities

Project Profiles



Holme Lea, Bowes

Holme Lea, Bowes, Co. Durham:
Remains associated with both Roman and medieval, found during archaeological monitoring and excavation...
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Station Road Arksey

Station Road, Arksey:
Archaeological investigations at Station Road provided an exciting opportunity to undertake...
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Monkton Hall

Monkton Hall, Jarrow:
Monkton Hall is a fine example of a late 18th century Georgian mansion...
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Small Developers



NAA has worked with numerous small developers helping them successfully through the planning process. Whether you are converting a historic building, adding an extension to your property or building a small development on land that you own, we can advise and keep you informed at every step of the way, making sure you know what needs to be done and how much it will cost - keeping your budget and timetable on track.

Early consultation with your local planning authority over potential heritage issues is key to your understanding of the kind of historic environment provision which might be required. If there are identified issues, then we are happy to liaise on your behalf with the local planning authority to get these resolved. Alternatively, if you have a condition already placed on your consent, then we can help you complete this and get it signed off. Whatever the size and nature of your project, our friendly and experienced staff will be happy to advise.



How we can help

Planning Advice
Desk-Based Assessments
Evaluations
Excavations
Watching Briefs
Built Heritage
Post-Excavation Reporting and Analysis



Contact

Oliver Cooper (01833) 690 800
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Matthew Town (01833) 690 800
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