EHG4452 - DBA and walkover survey - proposed Beinn Tharsuinn Wind Farm access route



Glasgow University (GUARD)


Oct 2001


A walkover survey was carried out by GUARD in 2001 in advance of the development of a windfarm site at Beinn Tharsuinn to identify and evaluate known and potential archaeology sites, the impact on any of these sites by the windfarm, and to suggest mitigation strategies should any sites be discovered. This followed a survey over the site of the wind farm itself (see EHG717) and covered the route of the proposed access track from the B9176 to the north of the proposed wind farm and followed the eastern bank of the Easter Fearn Burn. The route continued along the east side of the burn for approximately 3.5km, then crossed at the watershed to run along the lower slopes of the Meall a'Bhreacain. A single trapezoidal enclosure, defined by a substantial earthen bank, was recorded. <1> Further work was conducted in 2005 - see EHG1270.

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  • <1> Text/Report/Environmental Statement: Johnstone, L.. 2001. Beinn Tharsuinn Environmental Statement: Chapter 10 Archaeology. Glasgow University (GUARD). 30/01/2001. .



Location Beinn Tharsuinn, north of Ardross
Grid reference Centred NH 6312 8394 (2278m by 4410m)
Map sheet NH68SW
Geographical Area ROSS AND CROMARTY
Unitary Authority HIGHLAND
Civil Parish ROSSKEEN

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Dec 4 2014 12:19PM

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