This series consists of two studies. Firstly, Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Centrica Renewable Energy Limited to undertake a review of the geophysical data acquired over an area centred on the recorded location of the wreck of a landing craft at the Lynn and Inner Dowsing Offshore Wind Farms. This location lies between two turbines (ID28 and ID29) near the southeastern corner of the Inner Dowsing Wind Farm. Both sidescan sonar and multibeam bathymetry data acquired in July 2010 were processed and interpreted. The assessment of the data was required to determine the location of the wreck to enable the Centrica to make informed decisions on the positioning of jack-up barges etc required during maintenance or other operations. The second study provided within this series is an additional archaeological review of anomaly 7006 near ID29, conducted ahead of Blade Maintenance Works (H2 works). This anomaly was also refenced within the 2011 study.
Point Shapefiles - Anomalies 7006 and 7020
2011-12, Wessex Archaeology, Additional Geophysical Reviews, Anomaly 7006 near ID29