A desk-based assessment and walkover survey were carried out by APC Archaeology Group in 2021 of the site of the proposed Lethen Wind Farm. The survey was undertaken to investigate the condition and significance of known archaeology on the site and identify any
previously unknown remains. The walkover survey was undertaken in predominantly dry weather with good visibility. The nature of the site is predominantly heath land, the topography slopes down into a valley from the east. Few finds of an archaeological nature were recorded within the site. A total of 45 known non-designated heritage assets (Assets 2, 4-5, 43-44, and 47-86) and one Scheduled Monument (Asset 3) are situated within the site, all of which date to the post-medieval period and later. Two of the non-designated assets (Assets 65 and 66) could potentially be directly impacted by the construction of the Proposed Development. Both were considered to be of Negligible importance and impacts would at worst be of negligible effect. This is because the assets are of a common type with local interest only and there would not be a loss of information. As such, no mitigation is required. <1>
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Centred NH 9320 3561 (3573m by 6245m)
INVERNESS NAIRN BADENOCH AND STRATHSPEY
CROMDALE, INVERALLAN AND ADVIE
BADENOCH AND STRATHSPEY
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