This page introduces the Hoo Peninsula Historic Landscape Project, a landscape in North Kent full of archaeology and buildings which reflect the area’s industrial, military and agricultural past.

Research Reports

Click on the name of the Research Report below to download:

Smith J and Clarke J (2014) High Halstow, Hoo Peninsula, Kent: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England Research Report Series 53-2014

Carpenter E (2014) Halstow Marshes, High Halstow, Hoo Peninsula, Kent: Halstow Marshes Decoy Pond. Historic England Research Report 17-2014

Carpenter E (2014) The London Stones: Marking the City of London’s Jurisdiction over the Thames and Medway. Historic England Research Report 16-2014

Carpenter et al (2013) Hoo Peninsula, Kent: Hoo Peninsula Historic Landscape Project.Historic England Research Report Series 21-2013

Clarke J and Smith J (2014) Hoo Peninsula Outline Historic Area Assessment: Cliffe and Cliffe Woods Parish. Historic England Research Report 2014-54

Clarke J and Smith J (2014) Hoo Peninsula Outline Historic Area Assessment: Cooling Parish. Historic England Research Report 2014-51

Clarke J and Smith J (2014) Hoo Peninsula Outline Historic Area Assessment: St Mary Hoo Parish. Historic England Research Report 2014-52

Edgeworth M (2013) Grain Island Firing Point, Yantlet Creek, Isle of Grain, Medway: Archaeological Desk-based Assessment. Historic England Research Report Series 39-2013

Gregory D and Newsome S (2010) Cooling Radio Station, Hoo Peninsula, Kent: An Archaeological Investigation of a Short-wave Receiving Station. Historic England Research Department Report Series 110-2010

Hazell Z (2011) Hoo Peninsula, North Kent Coast, Thames Estuary: A Palaeoenvironmental Review of the Development of the Peninsula. Historic England Research Department Report Series 14-2011

Newsome S and Pullen (2013) St Mary’s Marshes, Hoo St Mary, Medway, Kent: An assessment of the late 19th century explosives magazines. Historic England Research Report Series 52-2013 

Pullen et al (2011) Curtis’s and Harvey Ltd Explosives Factory, Cliffe and Cliffe Woods, Medway: Archaeological Survey and Analysis of the Factory Remains. Historic England Research Department Report Series 11-2011

Small F (2014) Second World War Oil QF Bombing Decoy, Allhallows, Kent. Historic England Research Report 8-2014

Smith J (2014) Hoo Peninsula Outline Historic Area Assessment: Allhallows Parish. Historic England Research Report 11-2014

Smith J (2014) Isle of Grain, Hoo Peninsula, Kent. Historic Area Assessment. Historic England Research Report 1-2014

Smith J (2014) Hoo Peninsula Outline Historic Area Assessment: Stoke Parish. Historic England Research Report 12-2014