Pegasus Group’s heritage specialists, act for private and public clients, advising widely in respect of heritage issues and providing specialist services to owners, custodians and developers with regards to historic buildings, historic landscapes and archaeology. This includes undertaking heritage assessments, assessing and articulating the significance of heritage assets, preparing impact assessments, providing heritage expert witness services at Public Inquiry and designing schemes of mitigation.

The historic environment is a key feature of this country’s rich and varied urban and rural landscape and includes designated heritage assets such as Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas, Scheduled Monuments and Registered Parks and Gardens as well as many non-designated heritage assets.

Our work focuses on problem solving and securing permission for development with added expertise in built heritage, historic landscapes and archaeology.

Key Heritage and Archaeology Services

  • Expert Witness
  • Preparation of:
    • Built Heritage Statements
    • Archaeological Desk Based Assessments
    • Statements of Significance
    • Setting Assessments
    • Justification Statements
    • Heritage Appraisals
  • Advice on Listed Building development proposals
  • Analysis of constraints and opportunities (built heritage and below ground archaeology)
  • Building recording
  • Building analysis
  • Archive Research
  • Conservation Area Audits
  • Heritage Design Advice
  • Advice on Non-designated Assets
  • Input into Site Promotion documents
  • Appearance at EiPs
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Options Assessments
  • Scoping Reports
  • Heritage Chapters of Environmental Statements (Built Heritage and Archaeology)
  • Heritage Statements to support Scheduled Monument Consent applications
  • Archaeological Written Schemes of Investigation
  • Preparation of tender documents to procure archaeological contractors
  • Design and management of archaeological fieldwork
  • Review of archaeological fieldwork reports
  • Interpretation boards and promotion of heritage as a public benefit