Arrowhead Archaeology offers archaeological consultancy
and professional services to Developers including private individuals in west Dorset, east Devon and south Somerset.
Arrowhead Archaeology was established in 2006 by Charles Philip Clarke
BA FSA MIFA to provide targetted, efficiently executed, cost effective and high quality archaeological services to the Developer,
generally in response to Conditions placed on Planning Consents.
Archaeology is registered as a consultancy by Dorset and Devon County Councils.
Arrowhead Archaeology provides a comprehensive range of high quality
professional archaeological services in west Dorset, east Devon, south Somerset and elsewhere. The organisation provides
advice to Developers needing to discharge Planning Conditions and offers a
wide range of desk and field based services.
Commonly undertaken projects
Liaison with regional and national bodies including local government and English Heritage as appropriate
Preparation of Written Schemes of Investigation
Desk-based Assessments in line with the National Planning
Policy Framework (NPPF 2012)
into Environmental Assessments
Briefs (Monitoring and Recording exercises)
arising from the above
surveys of various kinds
of Historic Buildings
Archaeology believes in adopting a co-operative, collaborative approach to large scale or particularly complex projects and
is willing to undertake such projects on a joint venture basis with other consultancies and professional colleagues. We have an extensive list of highly qualified and experienced specialists and sub-contract work on a project
by project basis, as the need arises when undertaking fieldwork and post-excavation analysis.
name derives from the arrowhead depicted on the Arrowhead Archaeology logo. This fine early Bronze Age barbed and tanged
arrowhead was found by Phil during his research survey work in the parish of Stoke Abbott in the Marshwood Vale of
west Dorset; it is made of Portland Chert and is one of several lithic finds in this material among a very large assemblage
of surface collected finds from the survey area.