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Liverpool Waters Archaeological Deposit Model November 2011

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Liverpool Waters

Archaeological Deposit Model – November 2011


CONTENTS

1.0

INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................. 1

2.0

LIVERPOOL MARTIME MERCANTILE CITY WORLD HERITSAGE SITE (WHS) ARCHEOLOGICAL DEPOSIT MODEL

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3.0

UNDERSTANDING THE SITE .............................................................................. 9

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NEED FOR ARCHEOLOGICAL EVALUATION

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SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS ........................................................................ 11

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Historic landform of application site Detail of Clarence Dock showing geotechnical investigations Areas of High, Medium and Low Archaeological Potential Potential Impacts from Development (Application scheme) Revised Basement Proposals and Archaeological Potential (August 2011)

Liverpool Waters

Archaeological Deposit Model – November 2011


Liverpool Waters

Archaeological Deposit Model – November 2011


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INTRODUCTION Liverpool Waters Project

1.1

This report has been prepared by Paul Chadwick and Sally Dicks of CgMs Consulting on behalf of Peel Land & Property (Ports) Ltd.

1.2

Following the submission of the Liverpool Waters planning application and Environmental Statement (Ref: 10O/2424 in October 2010) and subsequent meetings and correspondence between the applicant, English Heritage and the City Council, it became evident that, despite pre-application discussions concerning archaeological issues and the submission of a detailed archaeological assessment supporting the planning application, English Heritage were seeking in addition the preparation of an ‘Archaeological Deposit Model’ as a tool to identify areas of ‘high, medium and low archaeological potential’ and, on that basis, to identify any areas where archaeological evaluation might be required to clarify the potential effect of development on the significance of archaeological assets.

1.3

In response to the request for an Archaeological Deposit Model, Peel commissioned CgMs Consulting to prepare such a Model, based on the previous research and information that supported the planning application, supplemented as appropriate, by ancillary sources.

1.4

The Deposit Model project maps and documents historic features evidencing the topography, dock structures, wharfs, transit sheds and related dock furniture (bollards, swing bridges, cranes, railway tracks, etc.) on an interactive Geographical Information System (GIS) database. Geotechnical (borehole and test pit) data has also been added, as has a link to a gazetteer of archaeological/heritage assets. The database has been created in EsriArcMap and incorporates historic maps as Jpegs, existing site information from AutoCAD drawings and Shape files created in GIS.

1.5

Following construction of the GIS database, which comprises the ‘Archaeological Deposit Model’, areas of ‘high, medium and low archaeological potential’ were defined by CgMs. Subsequently, the basement car parks set out in the Indicative Masterplan supporting the outline application were tested against the Model to identify those areas where proposed basements affect heritage assets in areas of high and medium archaeological potential.

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1.6

Following this initial exercise (completed during early July 2010) a series of reviews took place with Design Team members in order to consider the reconfiguration of basements to avoid heritage assets in areas of high archaeological potential and to identify areas where insufficient information exists to enable an informed judgements to be made on the likely effects of the proposed development.

1.7

This report presents ‘work in progress’. It summarises the testing process and planned basement amendments and refinements (to 10th August 2011). It also identifies those areas of ‘high archaeological potential’ and ‘medium archaeological potential’ where the need for and timing of further archaeological evaluation work is then considered.

1.8

The report therefore provides an interim statement on the design and archaeological measures being undertaken to avoid adverse effects on archaeological assets and their significance within the application site.

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LIVERPOOL MARITIME MERCANTILE CITY WORLD HERITAGE SITE (WHS) ARCHAEOLOGICAL DEPOSIT MODEL

2.1

The WHS Nomination Criteria, Inscription and the WHS Management Plan make repeated references to the importance of 18th, 19th and early 20th pioneering dock technology and building construction methods as significant components of the WHS

2.2

Much of the evidence for these pioneering technologies is archaeological in character; some evidence is buried within Dock wharves and other evidence forms the current ground surface or comprises the elevations to Dock walls.

2.3

The brief set by EH in correspondence has indicated that, in particular, the Deposit Model should identify areas of high, medium and low potential (where any unknowns are identified as high potential). Where potential development impacts are predicted, English Heritage suggested that these would need to be tested by archaeological evaluation; it was suggested that, in instances, this might involve detailed examination of MDHB Archives, ground probing radar, geotechnical information (existing or newly commissioned work) and targeted archaeological trial trenches (English Heritage letter to LCC 22 December 2010).

Deposit Model Methodology 2.4

The Deposit Model is based on a series of historic maps surveyed between 1785 and 1956. These maps have been used to identify the evolving topographic landform, from the original estuary shoreline, through successive reclamation of land to create enclosed docks (Fig. 1 a-d).

2.5

Structures associated with the docks (sea locks, half-tide locks, swing bridges, transit sheds, railway lines, etc.) have been identified from maps and aerial photographic sources, as have alterations to the form of dock basins and demolition of structures.

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2.6

A gazetteer identifies each feature, for instance a Transit Shed shown on the 1841 Ordnance Survey map (or in the case of a line of bollards along a dock-side, a group of items) with a unique reference number. The gazetteer records the earliest and latest cartographic evidence for the feature, its legal status (listed building, etc.), its reference in the Liverpool Historic Environment Record (if any), its reference in the application documentation (ES) and provides for other information to be added.

2.7

The Deposit Model also incorporates the locational information of all known geotechnical investigations (boreholes and trial pits) excavated over the period from 1993 to 2010 (see example at Fig. 2), current topographic data relating to historic surfaces, and aerial photographic images from Google Earth and relevant aerial and ground-based photographic information in the English Heritage National Monuments Record.

Archaeological High, Medium and Low Potential 2.8

The identification of areas of ‘high, medium and low archaeological potential’ should not be confused with the identification of ‘significance’ undertaken in the Liverpool Waters Environmental Statement, although inevitably there is a degree of overlap. The significance of heritage assets has been assessed on the basis of existing information and accords with widespread practise for the preparation of Environmental Statements. Rather, the identification of ‘potential’ as sought by EH in the present exercise, seeks to apply a set of definitions about the perceived archaeological potential of dock and dock-related features on or under land within the application site in order that the potential effects can be identified and gaps in knowledge can be addressed.

2.9

The definitions used are: •

Low Potential: Areas containing Extant Dock basins – generally cut to or into Sandstone bedrock. Considered to be Low Potential because water-filled basins are assumed to have been maintained (dredged or sluiced) and sediments and artefactual evidence on the basin floor will be recent in date and of very limited archaeological interest.

Medium Potential: Areas containing Wharves –the date of construction has been deduced from historic map sources and the nature of wharf structure has generally been characterised by geotechnical data. Transit Sheds and other undesignated buildings (extant structures and ‘site of’) - date of construction and demolition and extent of structures deduced from cartographic sources.

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The foundations and floors of Transit Sheds of some, but generally limited, archaeological interest. 2.10

Other (undesignated) structures are also identified as being Medium Potential for their Industrial Archaeology interest. •

High Potential: Areas containing All current and historic dock walls (where they survive), sea lock structures, half-tide lock structures and associated sluices, hydraulics, swing bridges, etc. These have been identified as High Potential for the physical evidence they contain about technological innovation within the WHS. Where the exact location of sub-surface features is only approximately known, the area of high potential has been extended to incorporate an additional area around the presumed location.

2.11

This category includes sea and dock walls subsequently buried by dock remodelling. All designated buildings are identified as being of High Potential for their Industrial Archaeology interest. A zone 5m wide either side of each dock wall has been identified in order to accommodate inaccuracies in historic mapping and potential structures at the base and to the rear of each wall.

2.12

Figure 3 (a-d) shows the above definitions applied to the Liverpool Waters application site.

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LIVERPOOL MARITIME MERCANTILE CITY WORLD HERITAGE SITE (WHS) ARCHAEOLOGICAL DEPOSIT MODEL

3.1

The Deposit Model contains the spatial extent of the 16 basement areas indicated in the Liverpool Waters Outline planning application (Fig. 4 (a-d)). A number of these basements would coincide with areas identified as being of Medium or Low Archaeological Potential. However, some areas of proposed basement coincide with areas identified as being of High Archaeological Potential.

3.2

Discussions with the Project Architect during July have resulted in planned modifications to the proposed configuration of basement car parking. Figure 5 (a-d) present the current (10th August 2011) intentions for basement car parking.

3.3

It is evident that, with the exception of Plot A2 (to the east of Princes Dock, straddling 18th and 19th century waterfronts and outside the WHS), adverse effects within areas of high archaeological potential have been avoided by the planned design changes and therefore archaeological assets of high potential will be preserved in-situ. Plot A2 is considered further below.

3.4

It is intended that the associated amended car parking strategy (involving underground and above-ground parking) will be included in proposed amendments to the planning application.

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NEED FOR AND SCOPE OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVALUATION

4.1

It is evident from correspondence in response to the Liverpool Waters planning application, that English Heritage anticipates a programme of archaeological evaluation work within the application site.

4.2

In seeking a ‘Deposit Model’, English Heritage has focussed on establishing whether the quantum of development and its related basement car parking requirement can be accommodated without adverse effects on archaeological/heritage assets.

4.3

Following receipt of the revised basement car parking proposals (Fig 5 a-d), consideration has been given to the potential conflict between the proposed basement car park in Plot A2 (in the Buffer Zone outside the WHS) and in particular the zone of high archaeological potential represented by the 18thand 19thcentury waterfronts.

4.4

However, before further consideration is given to the need for invasive evaluation work in this area, planning records indicate that planning permission for the redevelopment of this plot has recently been renewed. The terms of that permission appear to establish a precedent relevant to the archaeological considerations involved.

4.5

The planning permission (reference: 10F/2787 granted on 6 June 2011) relates to Plot 3a, Princes Dock, William Jessop Way and provides for the replacement of planning permission 07F/0028 to erect a mixed development of 133 no. apartments, 129 no. bedroom hotel, 12,000 sqm of commercial offices and 500 sqm of retail floorspace, situated in a 34 storey tower and 8 storey building with a central piazza,153 no. space basement car park, ancillary uses and associated infrastructure.

4.6

English Heritage was consulted on this and the original planning application (reference: 07F/0028) and whilst commenting on design and materials, made no comment on archaeological issues. The Council’s archaeological advisor also commented on this application and sought planning conditions to safeguard archaeological interests. Relevant conditions were included on the planning permission and on the recent renewal of permission and these are detailed below:

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Archaeological issues (and listed building)matters are addressed by conditions (2), (3) and (6): Condition 2 states: Prior to any redevelopment commencing on site an archaeological survey shall be carried out, identifying, recording and publishing any archaeological and historic remains affected by the development, and be submitted to and agreed in writing by the local planning authority (in consultation with Merseyside Archaeological Service). For the avoidance of doubt, this survey shall be carried out by a specialist acceptable to the local planning authority and in accordance with an agreed written brief and specification and adhere to the following: (i)

No excavations, geotechnical or geochemical investigations, alterations of statutory undertakers equipment or piling within or adjacent to an area which is in the opinionated local planning authority of known or suspected archaeological importance, shall commence until a scheme to deal with any archaeological remains on the site has been submitted to and approved by the local planning authority.

(ii)

The scheme shall identify areas where open excavation and/or a watching brief is required and also appropriate measures to be taken during and after construction should any significant archaeological remains be found. It shall also provide that any archaeological works carried out on site shall be by a suitably qualified investigating body acceptable to the local planning authority,

(iii)

(iii) The scheme shall include specific measures for preserving in situ the remains of any old dock related structures or other important remains discovered as follows:

(a) a programme of archaeological work that has investigated the location, nature, extent and survival of that part of any old dock structures or other remains directly affected by the development in accordance with a written scheme of investigation which has been submitted to and approved by the local planning authority; the programme shall include evaluation and excavation, as appropriate; and (b) details of an engineering solution and method statement, including appropriate drawings, showing the location and nature of any structures proposed by the development which will affect the remains. The development shall thereafter be carried out in accordance with the approved details to secure the preservation of the remains/structures in situ, provided that this is compatible with the engineering requirements of the development. REASON: To ensure appropriate investigation, preservation in situ, protection, recording and publication of archaeological remains affected by the development. Condition 3 states: No part or phase of the development hereby permitted shall commence until: (a) An investigation and assessment methodology, including analysis suite and risk assessment methodologies has been completed and submitted to and approved by the LPA in writing, prior to any site investigations. (b) A site investigation and assessment has been carried out by competent persons to determine the status of contamination including chemical, radiochemical, flammable or toxic gas, asbestos, biological and physical hazards at the site and submitted to the LPA. The investigations and assessments shall be in accordance with current Government and Environment Agency recommendations and guidance and shall identify the nature and extent of any contaminants present, whether or not they originate on the site, their potential for migration and risks associated with them. Thedc1001 PL APPVD COND. Dot assessment shall consider the potential risks to: Liverpool Waters Archaeological Deposit Model – November 2011

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(vi) archaeological sites and ancient monuments. (c) A detailed remediation scheme (if required), has been submitted to and agreed in writing with the LPA. This scheme shall include an appraisal of remedial options, implementation timetable, works schedule, site management objectives, monitoring proposals and remediation validation methodology. The scheme once completed must ensure that the site will not qualify as contaminated land under Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 in relation to its intended use. REASON: To ensure that risks from land contamination to future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, and to ensure that the development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, neighbours and other offsite receptors. Condition 6 states: Prior to any piling or excavation work commencing on site, a method statement covering all aspects of these works shall be submitted to and agreed by the local planning authority; such approved samples to be implemented in the development hereby approved in full. For the avoidance of doubt, the statement shall include:(a) an accurate survey of the relative siting of the proposed piles and excavation works in relation to the nearby listed dock wall, together with confirmation by an appropriate specialist consultant that no detrimental impact will occur to any identified structures; and (b) a strategy to ensure that no loading will be imposed on the foundations of the listed dock wall to the satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority. REASON: To ensure that construction works will not result in structural damage to the listed dock wall in the interests of the historic character, fabric and setting of the application site and the surrounding environment.

4.7

It is therefore evident that planning permission (10F/2787) has been granted for development with a basement car park in the location of the Liverpool Waters proposed A2 basement car park. The existing planning permission contains conditions to identify and protect (either by in-situ preservation within the new structure or by a programme of excavation, recording and publication of results) archaeological assets within the footprint of this basement.

4.8

Such measures appear wholly appropriate, accord with national policy in PPS5, and it is therefore considered that a similar approach could reasonably be adopted to safeguard this area of high archaeological potential in the current Liverpool Waters scheme. Similarly, a condition or conditions can be included to ensure that an identical process is followed to gain sufficient information to inform foundation design on those buildings without basements where they have a potential to impact areas of high archaeological potential. Planning conditions to secure the archaeological investigation and recording of areas of medium archaeological potential would also be appropriate.

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4.9

In the ‘Liverpool Waters Environmental Statement’ (November 2011), a series of conditions have been proposed to be attached to any planning permission which may be granted in order to ensure that archaeological interests will be safeguarded. In finalising such draft conditions it is planned that similar principles to those imposed at Plot 3A Princes Dock, as set out above, will be included and applicable to areas of both high and medium archaeological potential, as agreed in detail with Liverpool City Council.

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SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

5.1

Following the submission of the Liverpool Waters planning application and Environmental Statement, and subsequent meetings and correspondence between the applicant, English Heritage and the City Council, it became evident that, despite pre-application discussions concerning archaeological issues and the submission of a detailed archaeological assessment supporting the planning application, English Heritage were seeking the preparation of an ‘Archaeological Deposit Model’ as a tool to identify areas of ‘high, medium and low archaeological potential’ and to identify any areas where archaeological evaluation might be required to clarify the potential effect of development on archaeological/heritage assets.

5.2

In response to this request, CgMs Consulting has been appointed to prepare a Deposit Model which draws on previous research and the detailed information supporting the planning application, supplemented by ancillary sources, which together map and document historic features evidencing the topography, dock structures, wharfs, transit sheds and related dock furniture (bollards, swing bridges, cranes, railway tracks, etc.) on an interactive Geographical Information System (GIS) database. Geotechnical (borehole and test pit) data has also been included, as has relevant photographic evidence.

5.3

Following construction of the GIS database, which comprises the ‘Archaeological Deposit Model’, areas of ‘high, medium and low archaeological potential’ have been identified. Subsequently, the basement car parks set out on the Indicative Masterplan forming part of the Outline application have been tested against the Model to identify those areas where proposed basements coincide with areas of high and medium archaeological potential.

5.4

Following modifications now planned to the proposed configuration of basement car parking (Figure 5 (a-d))it is evident that, with the exception of Plot A2 (to the east of Princes Dock and outside the WHS), adverse effects on areas of high archaeological potential have been avoided by design changes, and therefore archaeological assets in areas of high potential will be preserved in-situ and their significance safeguarded. It is intended that this amended car parking strategy (with underground and above-ground car parking) will form an amendment to the planning application.

5.5

Planning permission has recently been renewed for a different development with a basement car park (‘Plot 3A Princes Dock’) in the location of the Liverpool Waters proposed A2 basement car

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park. This sets a relevant precedent regarding the protection of archaeological interests in that location. The Plot 3A planning permission contains conditions which require the identification and protection(either by in-situ preservation or by archaeological excavation, recording and publication), thus securing the archaeological interest of assets within that site. Such measures appear wholly appropriate and it is considered that a similar approach could reasonably be adopted to safeguard archaeological heritage assets in this area of high archaeological potential in the current Liverpool Waters scheme. 5.6

In the Liverpool Waters Environmental Statement, a series of conditions has been proposed to be attached to any planning permission which may be granted to ensure that archaeological interests will be safeguarded. In finalising such draft conditions it is planned that similar principles to those imposed at Plot 3A Princes Dock, as set out above, will be included and applicable to areas of both high and medium archaeological potential, as agreed in detail with Liverpool City Council.

5.7

It is therefore concluded that no archaeological evaluation is appropriate prior to the determination of the Liverpool Waters Outline planning application (10O/2424) and that sound measures to protect the archaeological interest of the site can be secured by appropriately worded planning conditions on the lines suggested in this report and the Environmental Statement.

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Legend Site Boundary Existing Dock Land Form 2011

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Legend Site Boundary Existing Dock Land Form 2011 Dock Land Form Shown 1956 OS Dock Land Form Shown 1927 OS Dock Land Form Shown 1890 OS Dock Land Form shown 1848 OS Dock Land Form Shown 1841 Bennison Dock Land Form Shown 1836 Gage Dock Land Form Shown 1823 Dwires Dock Land Form Shown 1803 Horwood Dock Land Form Shown 1785 Eyes

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BRAMLEY MOORE DOCK

NELSON DOCK

± Project title:

SALISBURY DOCK

Liverpool Waters

COLLINGWOOD DOCK

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

Scale at A3: 0



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Figure 3a: Areas of High, Medium and Low Archaeological Potential


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Legend High Archaeological Potential

CE CLAR EN G IN V GR A SIN A B D OC K

Medium Archaeological Potential Low Archaeological Potential

CK TIDE DO F L A H CE CLAREN

CLARENCE GRAVING DOCK

CLARENCE DOCK

± Project title: Liverpool Waters

LGAR TRAFA K DOC

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

RIA VICTO DOCK



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Figure 3b: Areas of High, Medium and Low Archaeological Potential


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LGAR TRAFA K DOC

High Archaeological Potential Medium Archaeological Potential Low Archaeological Potential

K O DOC O L R WATE EAST

DO RLOO E T A W WEST

CK

RIA VICTO DOCK

± Project title: Liverpool Waters

PRINCES HALF TIDE DOCK

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

Scale at A3: 0

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Figure 3c: Areas of High, Medium and Low Archaeological Potential


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PRINCES DOCK

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London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

Scale at A3: 0



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Figure 3d: Areas of High, Medium and Low Archaeological Potential


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E8

Low Archaeological Potential

E7 BRAMLEY MOORE DOCK

E6

E5

E3

E4 NELSON DOCK

±

E2

E1

Project title:

SALISBURY DOCK

Liverpool Waters

COLLINGWOOD DOCK

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

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Figure 4a: Basement Proposals (Application Scheme) and Archaeological Potential


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CE CLAR EN G IN V GR A SIN A B D OC K

High Archaeological Potential

Low Archaeological Potential

CLARENCE GRAVING DOCK

CK TIDE DO F L A H CE CLAREN

D1

Medium Archaeological Potential

D2

D3

CLARENCE DOCK

C9

C7

C8

±

C6 C5 C4

Project title: Liverpool Waters

LGAR TRAFA K DOC

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk

C3 C2 

RIA VICTO DOCK

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Figure 4b: Basement Proposals (Application Scheme) and Archaeological Potential


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C7 C6 C5

Legend

LGAR TRAFA K DOC

C4

Basement (Application Scheme) High Archaeological Potential Medium Archaeological Potential Low Archaeological Potential

C3

RIA VICTO DOCK

K O DOC O L R WATE EAST

C1

DO RLOO E T A W WEST

CK

C2

± Project title: Liverpool Waters

PRINCES HALF TIDE DOCK

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

B1

Scale at A3: 0



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Figure 4c: Basement Proposals (Application Scheme) and Archaeological Potential


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B1

Medium Archaeological Potential Low Archaeological Potential

A3 A2 PRINCES DOCK

± Project title: Liverpool Waters

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham

A1

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

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Figure d: Basement Proposals (Application Scheme) and Archaeological Potential


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E8

Low Archaeological Potential

E7 BRAMLEY MOORE DOCK

E6

E5

E3

E4 NELSON DOCK

±

E2

E1

Project title:

SALISBURY DOCK

Liverpool Waters

COLLINGWOOD DOCK

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

Scale at A3: 0



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Figure 5a: Revised Basement Proposals (August 2011) and Archaeological Potential


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CE CLAR EN G IN V GR A SIN A B D OC K

High Archaeological Potential

Low Archaeological Potential

CLARENCE GRAVING DOCK

D2

CK TIDE DO F L A H CE CLAREN

D1

Medium Archaeological Potential

CLARENCE DOCK

C8 C7

± C5 C4

Project title: Liverpool Waters

LGAR TRAFA K DOC

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk

C3 C2 

RIA VICTO DOCK

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Figure 5b: Revised Basement Proposals (August 2011) and Archaeological Potential


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C7 C5 C4

Legend

LGAR TRAFA K DOC

Basement Footprint (Revised 11.08.11) High Archaeological Potential Medium Archaeological Potential Low Archaeological Potential

C3

RIA VICTO DOCK

K O DOC O L R WATE EAST

DO RLOO E T A W WEST

CK

C2

± Project title: Liverpool Waters

PRINCES HALF TIDE DOCK

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

B1

Scale at A3: 0



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Figure 5c: Revised Basement Proposals (August 2011) and Archaeological Potential


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Legend Basement Footprint (Revised 11.08.11) High Archaeological Potential

B1

Medium Archaeological Potential Low Archaeological Potential

A3 A2 PRINCES DOCK

± Project title: Liverpool Waters

A1

London Cheltenham Kettering Newark Birmingham www.cgms.co.uk Planning & Development Archaeology & Historic Buildings

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Figure 5d: Revised Basement Proposals (August 2011) and Archaeological Potential


Liverpool Waters - Archaeological deposit model