Photographic surveys are mostly undertaken as part of a more detailed building survey, although in some instances they may be carried out in isolation. The requirement for such a survey will usually be in response to a planning application, either as a part of a pre-planning assessment, or in mitigation as a condition of planning consent.
right: Photographic survey of a derelict building. © CPAT 2136-002
CPAT normally uses high resolution digital photography, although 35mm black and white negative, or colour slide photography may also be employed if required. Recent photographic surveys include the former North Wales Mental Hospital in Denbigh, and a general photographic survey of Sennybridge army camp.
left: Interior of a corn mill. © CPAT 2091-038
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Bob Silvester, Deputy Director and Head of Field Services
Direct line 01938 552035
Nigel Jones, Senior Project Archaeologist
Direct line 01938 552002