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The last few years have seen us consolidate whilst continuing to invest in marketing, technology and training across all our regional offices. Business is booming once again, partly down to our own investment but also as the economy picks up. Looking ahead, we are increasingly...

A team of heritage professionals from Headland Archaeology Midlands & West has been working at a new housing development being built by Bloor Homes at Home Farm, Fairford in Gloucestershire. We have uncovered evidence for human occupation dating back over 2,000 years. The first phase...

We are delighted that we have successfully passed our annual Achilles UVDB Verify audit and improved on our previous year’s results. The UVDB Verify audit is required as part of Headland Archaeology’s membership of Achilles, one of the world’s leading provider of integrated supplier management and...

Headland Archaeology (South & East office) is proud to be working on the continued re-development of the University of Bedfordshire in Luton. The site on Park Street covers part of the campus where a teaching block used to be until it was recently demolished to make...

Over the last few months, Headland Archaeology has been involved in several phases of archaeological investigations on land near Stewartby, Bedfordshire. The work has been commissioned by O&H Properties Ltd who are developing the area in preparation for the construction of residential and commercial property as...

We have had a busy couple of weeks attending major industry events. Our consultancy team attended the RenewableUK 2013 in Birmingham where we took a stand for our fifth year. Congratulations to Sarah Gudgin from Pegasus Environmental who won the malt whiskey. Birmingham was the place...

Birmingham 5–7 November – Meet the team at Stand 171 We are pleased to be exhibiting at the RenewableUK 2013 event for our fifth year running. The event brings together leading companies from the wind and marine energy industries. Headland's consultancy and contracting teams have been...

The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation (ECCI) opened its doors on the 8th of October. We were delighted to attend the event which was officially opened by The Princess Royal, Edinburgh University's chancellor. Our own Ross Murray who directed the excavations gave a short presentation...

Archaeological works in Aberdeen are in full swing Over the last few weeks a team from Headland Archaeology have been working along the proposed route of the much anticipated new crossing over the River Don in Aberdeen and a nearby Park and Ride on the A96. The...