Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology



If archaeological remains have been identified on a site, the planning authority may require an archaeological excavation to take place.  This will ensure that any archaeological features are fully excavated and recorded, allowing development to proceed unhindered.  We will work with you - the architect, client and/or the planning authority - to ensure the process is as swift, smooth and unobtrusive as possible, whilst maintaining our usual high standards.


Case studies: 

George Heriot's School

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Doune Castle

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Old College Quad

Prior to the redevelopment of the University of Edinburgh’s Old College Quad, we were commissioned to investigate the potential for archaeological remains across the site.

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