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Project no: 288 November 2015

A.P.A.C. Ltd.
Archaeological Perspectives Analysis Consultancy

ARCHAEOLOGICAL

REPORT

The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy

Level II, BUILDING RECORDING SURVEY

Monmouthshire County Council

Planning Application No’s: DC/2014/01196

PREPARED BY: MR A.O. PHILLIPS


CHECKED: DR N PHILLIPS
20 November 2015
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Summary

APAC Ltd was contacted by the client in order to undertake a Level II building recording
survey on two barns associated with a nearby farm complex which has listed building
status.

The two barns in question are to be converted into two residential units.

The client was instructed to arrange for a building recording survey by Monmouthshire
County Council (MCC).

APAC Ltd produced a Written Scheme of Investigation, which was approved and the
survey was undertaken.

This document comprises the Level II building recording survey as required.

Copyright Notice:
A.P.A.C. Ltd. retains copyright of this report under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act, 1988.

The Ordnance Survey has granted A.P.A.C. Ltd a Copyright Licence (No. 100046577) to reproduce map information; Copyright remains
otherwise with the Ordnance Survey.

Cover Photograph: DSC08909 Northern gable and western elevation of barn A.

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Summary .......................................................................................................................................... 1
Figures .............................................................................................................................................. 3
Survey photo cards ........................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 4
Location of the Site .......................................................................................................................... 4
Geology & Topography ................................................................................................................... 4
Brief archaeological and historical background............................................................................... 5
Aims and Objectives ........................................................................................................................ 5
Phasing. ............................................................................................................................................ 8
Archive ............................................................................................................................................. 8
Copyright ......................................................................................................................................... 9
Health & Safety:............................................................................................................................... 9
Project Management ........................................................................................................................ 9
Resources: ........................................................................................................................................ 9
Bibliography and References: ........................................................................................................ 10

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Figures

01 Site Location map


02 Map progressions
03 Existing plans
04 Existing Elevations

Survey photo cards

01 External view of Barn A with barn B to right. Concrete approach ramp. Slit windows W7 & W8. Roof two
thirds pan tiled 1 third corrugated sheet.
02 External view of barn B, south elevation.
03 External view of barn A, north gable with windows W15, W16 & W17. Building C to right. Barn B,
corrugated roof behind.
04 External view of barn B foreground with barn A, southern gable to rear behind lean-to.
05 External view of barn A, east elevation with windows W11, W12, W13 & W14 and door D5.
06 External view of Barn A, window W10 high in the south gable end. Stone lintel.
07 External view of barn B, north elevation.
08 External view of barn B, west gable. Detail of door lintel and post/wall repair. Corner not battered.
09 External view of barn B, south west corner. Detail of batter and corner stone at base of the SW corner.
10 External view of Barn B, east gable. Stone lined recesses. Substantial repairs above to corner
11 Internal view of barn A. Windows W15, W16 & W17 in northern gable end. Door D5 right. Floor
compacted earth.
12 Internal view of barn A. Lowered southern floor. Flagstone threshing edged in brick between doors D4 &
D5. Window 10 upper, W18 & W19 lower.
13 Internal view of barn A. Lowered southern floor. Flagstone threshing edged in brick between doors D4 &
D5.
14 Internal view of barn A. Roof detail, 1 collared tie-beam truss with queen posts and brace. 1 tie-beam truss
with queen posts. All in sawn timber.
15 Internal view of barn B. Eastern gable with feeder in situ. Round de-barked joist.
16 Internal view of barn B, south wall. Blocked door/windowW3 to centre with window.
17 Internal view of barn B, western gable. Joist positions into wall slots. Door D2, and windows W4 & W5.
18 Internal view of barn B, north west corner. Window W5 and door D3. Butt jointed to gable end.
Repositioned joist.
19 Internal view of building C towards barn A. note the inclusion of slit windows W8 & W9.
20 External view of building C. West wall.

Appendix

Complete photograph list


Contact sheets

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Introduction

This report results from a planning application to the convert two existing agricultural barns into two residential units
as detailed in Monmouthshire County Council (MCC) Planning Application 2014/01196.

It has been noted that proposed alteration and renovation work will involve changes to the standing fabric of the
existing buildings, all of which may impact on any archaeological resources present.

Glamorgan Gwent Archaeological trust, (GGAT) advisors to the council in relevant planning matters identified a
possible archaeological issue with the proposed work and suggested that the council impose the following conditions
to any approval:

No site works shall be undertaken until the implementation of an appropriate programme of


building recording and analysis has been agreed with the local planning authority, to be
carried out by a specialist acceptable to the local planning authority and in accordance with
an agreed written brief and specification.

Reason: As the building is of significance the specified records are necessary to mitigate the
impact of the proposed development.

MON2138/JB

APAC Ltd, was contracted to produce a Written Scheme of Investigation (WSI) for a programme of archaeological
work.

This was compiled, (WSI:BS/LP/15), based on information provided by the client and MCC Planning portal, Planning
Application 2014/01196.

The WSI was approved as “fit for purpose” and the subsequent building survey took place on 09th October 2015.

This document, prepared by Mr A O Phillips, and checked by Dr N Phillips, APAC Ltd, is the report of the building
survey.

Location of the Site

The location of the site is to the north east of the town of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, and can be gained from the
A465, Abergavenny to Hereford Rd.

When travelling south along the A465, a left turn just before Abergavenny’s Hardwick roundabout leads to a junction
with the B4521, and a ‘T’ junction opposite Maindiff Court Hospital.

Turn left and then second right passing Wernddu Golf Club and continue to a second left which is Elms road and leads
to Elms Farm, fig 01.

The site of the barns is on private land belonging to Elms Farm, some 400m south east at NGR 334299 214924.

Geology & Topography

The solid geology of the site falls within the St Maugham’s Formation Sandstone with a superficial deposits of
Devensian Till; http://www.bgs.ac.uk/geoindex/

The property lies at the bottom of a field that slopes east towards the Mynachdy Brook, which itself drains southwards.

The surrounding fields are pasture and the current buildings are in partial use for storage and cattle shelter.

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Brief archaeological and historical background

The Elms Farmhouse is Grade II listed: Cadw 2004, and can be found on the 1st series Ordinance Survey map of 1832.
(MON2138/JB), fig 02.

The summary listing for the farm states: ‘A 16th/17th century stone built house with probable 19th century additions…
Grade II listed as despite its alterations it retains its traditional regional character.’ (HER Core 5312).

The barn complex for the proposed development is associated with the Elms Farmhouse and the 1832 map shows a
structure in position at that time, although without any detail, fig 02.

The later Ordnance Survey map of 1882 does however reveal some detail; clearly recording the location of barns A
and B and the cow shed, fig 03.

The following 1889, 1916 and 1944 Ordnance Survey maps were consulted but no change to the configuration of
building was noted, (1944 map is included in fig 03).

As part of the remit for the building survey, the Historic Environment Record (HER) was consulted with a search
parameter of 500m around the site.

No entries were recorded other than that of the Elms Farmhouse, noted above.

Aims and Objectives

The aim of the level II survey was to preserve by record the structure of the building, prior to conversion and in so
doing, provide a facility for understanding the building’s historic development.

The record produced can then be used to guide the determination of the planning condition as to the final design of
refurbishment.

Methodology

A brief search was made into the background history of the location and property using various online sources as well
as Gwent Records Office, GGAT (HER) and the RCAHMW.

The building survey followed the methodology defined in 5.2, Understanding Historic Buildings: a guide to good
recording practise (English heritage 2006). The methodology employed was also guided by the: Standards and
Guidance for the Archaeological Investigation and Recording of Standing Buildings or Structures (IFA 1996, revised
edition 2013).

All photographs were taken using a Sony DSC F828 Digital camera mounted on a tripod, with images recorded in
RAW & Jpeg format.

The photographic record of the site includes general views of the exterior, the overall appearance of principle structure
and circulation areas, external and internal detail relevant to the properties design and development.

All photographs include a scale rod where possible or practical.

Photographs illustrative of the survey are produced as annotated “photo cards” in the report.

All photographs from the survey are included as a contact sheet in appendix I.

Measurements were made during the survey using both a hand steel tape and a Lecia Disto 510, the resulting
measurements used to produce the plan and elevation drawings figs 03 and 04.

This report also comprises a written element as defined in 4.5, Understanding Historic Buildings, A Guide to Good
Recording Practise (English Heritage 2006).

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Data Presentation

Data referred to within the text is included in the Figures (fig##), Photo cards. (PH##).

Room names used in the text are derived from the annotated plans supplied by the client’s architect which
unfortunately had ne scale and lacked some of the features needed for recording.

Annotated plans are given in figs 03 & 04.

General external description of buildings.

The property presents as four separate buildings, arranged in an angular ‘U’ shape around a central yard which opens
to the west.

The buildings consist of a threshing barn A, PL01, a cow house with loft, B, PL02, a long open cow shelter, Shed,
PL03 and the relatively recent addition of a lean to, at the south east corner, PL04.

With the exception of the lean to, all the buildings are of masonry construction alternating between rough coursed
and coursed, local sandstone.

The norttern two thirds of the barn A, are covered with a pan tile roof, the majority of the cow shelter roof is of slate
whereas all the rest are covered with corrugated tin sheeting, PL01.

External description barn A

Barn A, measures c 22.48m x 10.74m, aligned roughly north south and is almost symmetrical on both axis with the
exceptions of only one slit window in the south west wall whereas all the others have two, PL01, PL05 & PL03 and
the two gable ends have different shaped upper windows. PL03 & PL06.

Both sets of threshing doors have been repaired with corrugated tin sheet cladding.

The eastern side of the barn opens out on to the field whereas the western side; within the yard, is raised and accessible
by a concrete approach ramp, PL01.

External description barn B

Barn B measures c 15.15m x 10.26m, aligned east/west and originally detached from the threshing barn as confirmed
in the map progressions fig 02.

The barn was originally built as one and a half storey cow house with a hay loft supported on 7 or 8 joists now
replaced by 4.

Access to the loft hasn’t left any traces and the only light and ventilation was through the ‘pitching hole’: W3, PL02.

At the time of the survey, access to the barn is provided by three doors D1, D2 & D3 although a wall scar shows a
blocked door directly beneath window W3, PL02.

This door, before it was blocked would have provided a through access to door D3, PL07.

The door to the west gable end may be an addition judging by the difference of construction and repairs to the
surrounding wall and corner, PL08.

The comparison in construction of the two western corners is worth noting in this respect, PL08 & PL09.

For ventilation the southern elevation has to small slit windows W1 & W2, PL02 whilst the northern elevation has
only one W5, PL07.

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There is a slab lined hole, W6, in the loft area, to the left in PL07; probably a joist hole however, it is the only joist
hole that pierces through the wall.

One last point of interest is one of two niches in the surviving exposed corner of the eastern gable, PL10.

The corner has had some extensive repairs at this point and the lower niche, which is slab lined, wouldn’t be out of
place as an internal cold shelf.

Internal description barn A

Internally the barn has three distinct areas:

the northern end, c 74.25m² of compacted earth level with the threshing floor, PL11.
the southern end, c 74 m² at a depth of c 900mm below the level of the threshing floor, PL12.
the threshing floor, c 53.48 m², covered with flagstones and revetted on the south side, PL13.

The northern end has two splayed slit vents in both the west and east elevations, W8 & W9 & W13 & W14 whilst
the gable end has three, W15, W16 and W17 above, PL11.

W17 is offset from the centre and there is a triangular ‘owl hole’ at the apex, PL04.

The southern end has only one slit vent W7 to the west, two lower slit vents W11 & W12 to the east, whilst the gable
end has three W18 & W19 and a large square upper window, W10, PL12.

The roof; partial pan tile partial corrugated sheet, is supported from two principle tie beam joists with Queen posts
which spring from the wall plates at the corner of the threshing door openings, PL14.

The roof timber would appear to be sawn timber with wooden dowel fixings; possibly a replacement although the
southern principle joist has a relatively recent support brace fitted, PL14.

Internal description barn B

Barn B, features a feeder along the eastern gable end which obscures any detail of the wall, PL15.

All of the other walls have various patches of lime wash, the floor is possibly earthen but at the time of the survey,
covered in animal bedding.

Access to the upper floor was not available with the ceiling, obscuring the loft and roof.

The southern wall has a door to the east D1 and a blocked-up central door, the scar for which signifies an opening of
identical proportion and placement to that of a door in the opposite north wall, see below, PL16.

The wall also has two small slit vents with internal splays W1 & W2 and a blocked shelf between D1 and the blocked
door, PL16.

The slit vent W1 is only visible externally, PL02, due to the feeder on the east gable, see above.

The west gable has a central blocked-in window W4 and a single door D2, PL17.

Plate PL17 also shows a central, makeshift loft support.

The northern wall has the single central door D3, which has had some repair including a replacement wooden lintel.

The northern wall also has a single low slit window W5 with a potential vent or joist hole in the top eastern end,
PL18.

Plate 18 also clearly illustrates the butt joint construction between the northern elevation and the western gable end
and some of the original loft joist holes.

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There were originally 7 pairs of holes in the north and south walls for the original loft beams, three of which
are visible in PL17, two more in PL16.

Currently the loft is supported on replacements beams some of which are round posts some sawn timber PL16.

The western-most beam is considerably larger than the original as can be seen in PL18 where the joist hole has been
lowered to accommodate the thicker beam.

Other structures

The cow shelter (shed) is not included in the condition, however as it is recorded in existence as early as barns A &
B, fig02, it would be remiss not to mention it.

Constructed of two walls, 4 pillar supports and a butt joint to barn A; the shed carries a ridged roof sheltering an area
measuring c 20.54m x 7.35m, PL19.

It appears to have had a doorway at its interface with barn A, PL03; now bricked in and the western gable is in danger
of collapse PL20.

The fourth building is a recent build of breeze blocks and forms a lean-to shelter adjoining barns A & B.

Phasing.

It is not possible to date any of the buildings with any degree of accuracy from the structures themselves but the
mapping reveals that barns A & B had been constructed by the 1832, at the current location, fig 02.

Typologically, barn A is a typical 17th/19th century threshing barn; it now has a replacement roof structure and the
southern floor has been modified for a reason that is not clear.

Barn B is a typical cow house, early 18th century due to the low nature and lack of ventilation; ‘light and ventilation
were considered detrimental’ before the 19th century, (Brunskill, p162, 2000).

The cow shelter although also shown on the 1832 map, postdates barn A as its roof blocks the slit vents W8 and W9
of the latter.

Archive

The project archives will consist of all original records, and all documentation that relates to the building recording
survey.

Copies of the Design Brief and any relevant correspondence will be included.

The archives will be prepared according to the Management of Archaeological Projects, English Heritage, Second
Edition, (1991) so the records will be fully ordered and indexed.

The archive will comply with the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation (Archaeology Section) Guidelines for
the Preparation of Excavation Archives for Long-Term Storage (1990) the Society of Museum Archaeologists
Towards An Accessible Archive (1995) and to the reasonable requirements of the designated Museum.

The original archive will be retained by APAC. Ltd

Secondary archives consisting of a hard copy of the report with a digital copy of the complete data and photographs
be deposited with the County Records Office in Ebbw Vale and with The Royal Commission on Ancient and
Historical Monuments Aberystwyth.

Digital copies of the report will be forwarded to the client, planning and the HER, held by Glamorgan Gwent
Archaeological Trust.

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The archives will be deposited within twelve months of the completion of the evaluation and with the agreement of
the landowner.

A synopsis of the project will be submitted to CBA Wales.

Copyright

A.P.A.C. Ltd will retain full copyright of any reports and specialist reports, under the Copyright, Designs and Patents
Act of 1988 with all rights reserved.

A.P.A.C. Ltd, hereby, gives permission for the monitoring authority to use any documentation directly relating to the
project as described in this report.

Health & Safety:

The Project Team operated in accordance with the health and safety procedures as set out in:-

 The Health and Safety Work Act (1974) and related legislation.
 The Standing Conference of Archaeology Unit Managers Health and Safety Manual 2002).
 The Council for British Archaeology Handbook no. 6, Safety in Archaeological Fieldwork (1989).
 Risk Assessment outlines in relation to the archaeological works prepared prior to the commencement of
the building recording survey.

All necessary protective clothing and equipment was used.

A First-Aid kit and Accident Book was kept on site at all times, with a Health and Safety file.

Project monitoring:
A.P.A.C. Ltd., understood that the project may have required monitoring involvement.

As a matter of courtesy, the monitoring authority (GGAT) were advised as to the start of the fieldwork.

Project Management

Dr Neil Phillips, A.P.A.C. Ltd, will manage the project.

Dr N.Phillips has been active in archaeology since 1997, completing his 1st degree in 1999 followed
by a research Phd in 2004. Dr Phillips started and has been director of A.P.A.C. Ltd since 2004.
A.P.A.C. Ltd is an archaeological consultancy specialising in landscape archaeology and survey
work. Currently at AIFA standard he is about to apply for an upgrade to MIFA. Steve Clarke MIFA
of Monmouth Archaeology has agreed to cover him in this regard if the need arises.
Dr Phillips interests lie locally with the medieval period and industrial period although he has been
involved in international Palaeolithic projects both in the UK as well as Europe and Africa.
Scibd currently carries a range of archaeological projects completed by APAC Ltd (search APAC. Ltd
or Dr N Phillips).

Resources:

• Project Director: Dr Neil Phillips. (Director; preparation of report text).

• Survey assistant: Mr A.O. Phillips.

• Research assistant Ms J. A. Farley.

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Bibliography and References:

APAC. Ltd. 2015. Written Scheme of Investigation for a Programme of Archaeological Work .
The Elms, Llantilio Pertholey.

Brunskill, R.W., 1971. Vernacular Architecture, 4th ed 2000. Faber & Faber.

English Heritage Management of Archaeological Projects (1991).

Understanding Historic Buildings A guide to good Recording Practice. 2006

Chartered Institute of
Archaeologists.

Code of Conduct and the Code of Approved Practice for the regulation of
Contractual Arrangements in Field Archaeology. 2014.

Standards and Guidance for the Archaeological Investigation and Recording


Of Standing Buildings or Structures,

GGAT MON2138/JB Conversion of Barns into 2 residential units and associated


Works, The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy, DC/2014/01196.

MON2148/JB Conversion of Barns into 2 residential units and associated


Works, The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy, DC/2014/01196.

GGAT HER Historical Environment Record. Enquiry Report Core Records 5132.

Jones, T. Barn Conversions, The Elms, Llantillio Pertholey.


Drawings:
Site Location + Site Layout. 1015(01)13
Existing Floor Layouts 1015(02)13
Existing Elevations 1015(03)13
Proposed Floor Layouts 1015(04)13 Sheet 1
Proposed Floor Layouts 1015(05)13 Sheet 2
Proposed Elevations 1015(06)13

Monmouthshire County Application for Listed Building Consent. Council;


Approval of Listed Building Consent DC/2014/01196. 13/08/2015.

The Royal Commission on


the Ancient and Historical
Monuments of Wales. Application for Listed Building Consent: The Elms, Llantillio Pertholey,
Abergavenny. Suggett, R., 19/12/2014.

The Society of Museum


Archaeologists Towards An Accessible Archive (1995)

United Kingdom Institute for


Conservation.
(Archaeology Section) Guidelines for the Preparation of Excavation Archives for Long-Term
Storage (1990)

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Online Sources consulted:

http://www.bgs.ac.uk
http://www.coflein.gov.uk
http://www.googlemaps.co.uk
http://www.magic.gov.uk
http://www.nls.uk
http://www.old-maps.co.uk
http://www.promap.co.uk
http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk

A.P.A.C. Registered Address: 36 Hatherleigh Rd, Abergavenny Monmouthshire NP7 7RG.


Tel: 07734962919. Mobile: 07734962919 Email: apac.philips@btinternet.com
Company Registration No 5041541 VAT Reg No 826 3628 19
Director: Dr. N. Phillips D.Phil. BA (Hons).Cert Ed/FE. ACIFA.

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The Ordnance Survey has granted A.P.A.C. Ltd a Copyright Licence (No. 100046577)
Graham fracknall architecture & design
after: Jones, T. 1201.06
Drawing No: 1015(01)13

Fig 01: Location A.P.A.C. Ltd BS/LP/15


The Elms. Llantillio Pertholey

1832 Ordnance Survey 1882 (published 1886) Ordnance Survey 1944 (published 1952) Ordnance Survey

200m 200m

First Series. Sheet 42. 1:63360 First Edition. Monmouthshire VII 6”:mile 3rd Revision. Monmouthshire VII 6”:mile

The Ordnance Survey has granted A.P.A.C. Ltd a Copyright Licence (No. 100046577)

Figure 02: Map Progression


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W16
W15

W17

W9 W14

Shed
W8 W13

D4 D5
Barn A

W7 W12

W5 W6 W11
D3

D2
W10
W18 W19

Barn B
W4
Lean to

D1
W2 W3 W1

0 5 10
m

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Barn A Barn A

Barn B Barn B
W10

D5 W3
W13 W14
Lean to W11 W12
D1 Lean to
W1 W2

East Elevation
Barn A
South Elevation

W17

W15 W16 Shed

Barn A Barn A
North Elevation

Barn B Barn B

D4
W9 W8 W7 W4 W6

D2 D3
W5

West Elevation North Elevation

0 5 10
m

Figure 04: Existing Elevations


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A.P.A.C. Ltd Appendix II Digital photograph list BS/LP/15

Photo no Date Camera L or P View Description Plate


DSC08875 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N External view of barn B, south elevation. PL02
DSC08876 09/10/15 DSC F828 L NE External view of barn B foreground with barn A, southern gable to rear behind lean-to. PL04
DSC08877 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N External view of barn B, south elevation. Blocked door detail.
DSC08878 09/10/15 DSC F828 P W External view of barn B, south elevation. View showing degree of batter at base of the SW corner.
DSC08879 09/10/15 DSC F828 P NW External view of barn B, SW corner. Detail of batter and corner stone at base of the SW corner.
DSC08880 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SE External view of barn B, SW corner. Detail of batter and corner stone at base of the SW corner. PL09
DSC08881 09/10/15 DSC F828 L E External view of barn B, W gable. Single door and blocked window.
DSC08882 09/10/15 DSC F828 L E External view of barn B, W gable. Detail of door lintel and post/wall repair. Corner not battered. PL08
DSC08883 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S External view of barn B, north elevation. PL07
DSC08884 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S Internal view of barn B, south wall. Blocked door/windowW3 to the left with window W2. Window W4, west gable to the right.
DSC08885 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SE Internal view of barn B, south wall, door D1 and blocked door/windowW3. RE used joists of sawn and rough de-barked timber.
DSC08886 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S Internal view of barn B, south wall. Blocked door/windowW3 to centre with window W2 to right. PL16
DSC08887 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SW Internal view of barn B, south west corner. Butt jointed west gable right with window lintel for W4. Redundant, stone lined joist hole and one with joist
still in place.
DSC08888 09/10/15 DSC F828 L W Internal view of barn B, western gable. Joist positions into wall slots. Door D2, and windows W4 & W5. PL17
DSC08889 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N Internal view of barn B, north west corner. Window W5 and door D3. Butt jointed to gable end. Repositioned joist. PL18
DSC08890 09/10/15 DSC F828 L NE Internal view of barn B, north east corner. Door D3 with repairs and possible new lintel. 4 different joists shown.
DSC08891 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SW Internal view of barn B. South west joist in cemented wall slot. Chamfered stop.
DSC08892 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N Internal view of barn B. North west joist in cemented wall slot with brick and wood insert. Chamfered stop.
DSC08893 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S Internal view of barn B. Eastern gable with feeder in situ. Round de-barked joist. PL15
DSC08894 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S Internal view of barn B, south wall. View showing blocked in shelf to the right of door D1
DSC08895 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S External view of adjoining building between barns A & B. Breeze block construction. Barn A to left, Door D4. Barn B right W6 or probable joist hole.
DSC08896 09/10/15 DSC F828 L W Internal view of building C
DSC08897 09/10/15 DSC F828 P W External view of Barn B, east gable. Stone lined recesses. Substantial repairs above to corner. PL10
DSC08898 09/10/15 DSC F828 L E External view of Barn A with barn B to right. Concrete approach ramp. Slit windows W7 & W8. Roof two thirds pan tiled 1 third corrugated sheet. PL01
DSC08899 09/10/15 DSC F828 L E Internal view of building C towards barn A. note the inclusion of slit windows W8 & W9 PL19
DSC08900 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SE External view of Barn A showing concrete ramp access.
DSC08901 09/10/15 DSC F828 L E External view of barn A, left door post to D4. Note extensive repair with cement bond.
DSC08902 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SE External view of barn A, right door post to D4. Re-pointed with cement.
DSC08903 09/10/15 DSC F828 L NE External view of barn A, left door post to D4. Original door corner with lime mortared quoins.
DSC08904 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SE External view of barn A, right door post to D4. Original door corner with lime mortared quoins except towards the top which has been rebuilt with brick.
DSC08905 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S External view of Barn B, east gable. Stone lined recesses.
DSC08906 09/10/15 DSC F828 P N External view of building C. West wall. PL20
DSC08907 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N External view of Barn A, window W10 high in the south gable end. Stone lintel. PL06
DSC08908 09/10/15 DSC F828 L W External view of barn A, east elevation with windows W11, W12, W13 & W14 and door D5. PL05
DSC08909 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SW External view of barn A, east elevation with windows W11, W12 W13 & W14 and door D5 and north gable with windows W15, W16 & W17.
DSC08910 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S External view of barn A, north gable with windows W15, W16 & W17. Building C to right. Barn B, corrugated roof behind. PL03
DSC08911 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S External view of barn A, north east corner showing quoin construction with coursed rubble in lime mortar.
DSC08912 09/10/15 DSC F828 P N External view of barn A, south east corner showing quoin construction with coursed rubble in lime mortar. Slight batter shown against ranging rod.
DSC08913 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N Internal view of barn A. Lowered eastern floor. Flagstone threshing edged in brick between doors D4 & D5. PL13
DSC08914 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S Internal view of barn A. Lowered southern floor. Flagstone threshing edged in brick between doors D4 & D5. Window 10 upper, W18 & W19 lower. PL12
DSC08915 09/10/15 DSC F828 L S Internal view of barn A. Roof detail, 1 collared tie-beam truss with queen posts and brace. 1 tie-beam truss with queen posts. All in sawn timber. PL14
DSC08916 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N Internal view of barn A. Windows W15, W16 & W17 in northern gable end. Door D5 right. Floor compacted earth. PL11
DSC08917 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N Internal view of barn A. Window W17in northern gable end. Door D5 right. View of southern truss from wall plate with pan tile roof.
DSC08918 09/10/15 DSC F828 L NW Internal view of barn A. Door D4 and Windows W7, W8, W9 & W16 (extreme right).
DSC08919 09/10/15 DSC F828 L N Internal view of barn A. Compacted earthen floor to northern end. Northern gable windows W15 & W16.
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DSC08920 09/10/15 DSC F828 L E Internal view of barn A. South east wall showing windows W12 & W13 with the edge of door D5 left.
DSC08921 09/10/15 DSC F828 L NE Internal view of barn A. North east wall showing windows W13 & W14 with the edge of door D5 right. Norther gable with windows W15, W16 & W17.
DSC08922 09/10/15 DSC F828 L NW Internal view of barn A. North west wall showing windows W8 & W9. North gable to right with windows W16 & W17.
DSC08923 09/10/15 DSC F828 L W Internal view of barn A. Threshing floor towards door D4. Note drop to left.
DSC08924 09/10/15 DSC F828 L SW Internal view of barn A. Threshing floor towards door D4 with ranging rods.
DSC08925 09/10/15 DSC F828 P S Internal view of barn A. East pillar of door D5 showing chamfered corner.
DSC08926 09/10/15 DSC F828 P N Internal view of barn A. East pillar of door D5 showing chamfered corner.
Site Site code Grid ref: Camera Format Image no: Area
The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08898 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
EAST

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Barn B

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Reason for image External view of Barn A with barn B to right. Concrete approach ramp.
Slit windows W7 & W8. Roof two thirds pan tiled 1 third corrugated sheet.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08875 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

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Reason for image .


External view of barn B south elevation

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08910 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

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Barn A

Barn B

Lean to

0 5 10
m

Reason for image External view of barn A, north gable with windows W15, W16 & W17.
Building C to right. Barn B, corrugated roof behind.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08876 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH EAST

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Barn B

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Fig 03: Existing plan

Reason for image External view of barn B foreground with barn A, southern gable to rear
behind lean-to.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08908 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH WEST

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Barn A

Barn B

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Reason for image External view of barn A, east elevation with windows W11, W12, W13 &
W14 and door D5.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08907 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

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Barn B

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Reason for image External view of Barn A, window W10 high in the south gable end. Stone lintel.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08883 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

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Barn B

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Reason for image External view of barn B, north elevation.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08882 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
EAST

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Barn B

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Reason for image External view of barn B, west gable. Detail of door lintel and post/wall repair.
Corner not battered.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08880 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH EAST

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Barn A

Barn B

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m

Reason for image External view of barn B, SW corner. Detail of batter and corner stone at base
of the SW corner.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08897 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST External view of Barn B, east gable. Stone lined recesses.
Reason for image
Substantial repairs above to corner.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08916 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

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Barn B

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Reason for image Internal view of barn A. Windows W15, W16 & W17 in northern gable end.
Door D5 right. Floor compacted earth.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08914 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

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Barn A

Barn B

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0 5 10
m

Reason for image Internal view of barn A. Lowered southern floor. Flagstone threshing edged in
brick between doors D4 & D5. Window 10 upper, W18 & W19 lower.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08913 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST

Shed

Barn A

Barn B

Lean to

0 5 10
m

Reason for image Internal view of barn A. Lowered eastern floor. Flagstone threshing edged in brick
between doors D4 & D5.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08915 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

Shed

Barn A

Barn B

Lean to

0 5 10
m

Reason for image Internal view of barn A. Roof detail, 1 collared tie-beam truss with queen
posts and brace. 1 tie-beam truss with queen posts. All in sawn timber.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08893 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

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Barn B

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Reason for image Internal view of barn B. eastern gable with feeder in situ. Round de-barked joist.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08886 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

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Barn B

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0 5 10
m

Reason for image Internal view of barn B, south wall. Blocked door/windowW3 to centre with
window W2 to right

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08888 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST

Shed

Barn A

Barn B

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0 5 10
m

Reason for image Internal view of barn B, western gable. Joist positions into wall slots. Door D2,
and windows W4 & W5.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08889 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

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Barn A

Barn B

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0 5 10
m

Reason for image Internal view of barn B, north west corner. Window W5 and door D3.
Butt jointed to gable end. Repositioned joist.

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The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08899 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
EAST

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Barn A

Barn B

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0 5 10
m

Reason for image Internal view of building C towards barn A. note the inclusion of slit windows
W8 & W9

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Site Site code Grid ref: Camera Format Image no: Area
The Elms, Llantilio Pertholy BS/LP/15 334299 214924 CANNON Digital DSC08906 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH
Reason for image External view of building C. west wall.

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Barn B

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m

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