The Extensive Urban Survey (EUS) is part of a national programme to document the historical and archaeological background, and analyse the character of 30 of Lincolnshire's towns, taking a snap shot of how they look and behave in the 21st century.
The project is being run by Lincolnshire County Council and funded by Historic England; it is the latest to be conducted in a programme of surveys which have been running since 1992.
We estimate that the EUS project is currently 30% complete. To see an in-depth timeline of how things have progressed since we began, go to the progress tab.
The project will to run until September 2022 and will produce 30 reports, one for each of the towns. In addition to this, a GIS data set will be compiled documenting the development of the town through the creation of character types and areas. This data will be used to produce the HUCT and HUCA maps, which you can download in the report section. The project also aims to engage the public in activities around the theme of the project and increase awareness and appreciation of the historic environment.
We estimate that the EUS project is currently 65% complete. To see an in-depth timeline of how things have progressed since we began, click the progress bar above.
To see the reports we've carried out, click on the icon above to be taken to our downloads page where you will find the latest HUCA files. Keep checking back as more get added.