Suffolk Archaeology CIC is an independent archaeological company based in Needham Market, Suffolk. As the former Field Team of Suffolk County Council we have an unparalleled 40 year history of carrying out archaeological work in Suffolk and East Anglia.
Suffolk Archaeology offers a comprehensive range of professional heritage services to clients in the private or public sector, ranging from desk-based assessments and historic building surveys, to field investigation such as geophysical survey, archaeological evaluation or full excavation.
Our services are typically designed to help clients obtain planning consent, and to discharge any archaeological conditions that are imposed on development projects. We aim to achieve client satisfaction by carrying out efficient and cost effective projects whilst maintaining the highest archaeological standards.
If you’ve received a request to carry out an archaeological investigation or other heritage survey, or are faced with a condition for archaeological works but don’t know what to do next, then please contact us. We will be happy to take a look at your project and can provide no-obligation cost estimates free of charge.
As a Community Interest Company Suffolk Archaeology has a strong commitment to promoting the heritage and archaeology of Suffolk to the public and wherever possible we try to actively engage with our local communities.
This includes providing talks and displays about our commercial work, allowing the public to visit our sites via open days, visiting schools, or even by letting volunteers get directly involved by providing training opportunities on our excavations.
We can also help local groups and societies to set up and run their own schemes by providing specialist expertise and support and, where possible, create community field projects ourselves.
Many of our dedicated team of staff have strong personal links to Suffolk or East Anglia and with our close and long-standing connections to a variety of local bodies or interest groups we should be your first choice when it comes to exploring or learning about your local heritage.
Unfortunately we currently cannot accommodate any further school work experience placement requests for 2019.
A small archaeological excavation and monitoring was undertaken on land to the the south-east of All Saints Road, Creeting St Mary, Suffolk in January and February 2018 ahead of a proposed residential development. The project was commissioned by the developer Hart Build Ltd…