About Us

Prospect Archaeology Ltd has extensive experience providing developers and others with commercially invaluable consultancy advice for both below and above ground archaeology throughout the United Kingdom.  We are truly independent and you can be comfortable in the knowledge that we won’t try to cross sell services, focus on excavation as the preferred solution, or have any conflicting relationship with the Local Planning Authority (LPA) advisors or other curators.

Nansi Rosenberg

BA (Hons), MA, MCIfA

Nansi is the founder and Managing Director of Prospect Archaeology.  She has been working in heritage consultancy since 1996 both in solely archaeological firms and in a multi-disciplinary construction consultancy.  Prior to 2001, Nansi combined her consultancy role with a hands-on Site Director position, running fieldwork projects mainly in the East Midlands.

Nansi headed up the archaeology consultancy at EC Harris before deciding to set up her own company, Under Construction Archaeology, in 2003.  After six successful years Nansi formed Prospect Archaeology as a response to a changing market to diversify into wider heritage issues combined with traditional archaeology consultancy.

As Managing Director of Prospect Archaeology, Nansi is responsible for overseeing all project work whether in-house or by using our network of specialists, heritage consultants and contractors.

Call Nansi on 07748 327956


Naomi Field

BA (Hons), MCIfA

Naomi has extensive experience as an archaeological consultant, running her own business for over twenty years. Naomi has worked with Nansi almost as long on projects throughout the East Midlands and beyond.

Naomi joins Prospect Archaeology with a widespread knowledge of all aspects of archaeology and heritage management with particular expertise in standing building recording and fieldwork management.  Naomi is also a diocesian advisor and has a particular interest in ecclesiastical archaeology.

Naomi is responsible for co-ordinating and managing project work and is responsible for running Prospect Archaeology’s Lincoln office.

Call Naomi on 07747 106477

Wendy Fletcher

BTech (Hons)

Wendy joined Prospect Archaeology in July 2013 having previously worked both in archaeological and administrative roles.  A graduate in Archaeological Sciences from the University of Bradford, she has worked across Yorkshire and in Orkney and France as a field archaeologist and conservator prior to taking a break to have a family.

As the family grew older Wendy moved into education, undertaking teacher training and working in schools and a dance college prior to coming back to her true love of archaeology here with us at Prospect.  Wendy provides administrative support and keeps the office running smoothly.  She will probably be your first point of contact if you call the Leeds office.

Call Wendy on 01977 681885

Kathryn Blythe

BA(Hons), MA, ACIfA

Kathryn joined Prospect Archaeology in May 2014. After graduating, she spent almost ten years working on various fieldwork projects throughout England and in Tunisia, Bahrain, Albania, Ireland, Syria and Iceland. She then spent two years as an archaeologist in the environment team of a multi-disciplinary consultancy, working on numerous Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs). Following this she spent six years in Heritage Management with a large heritage company based in the north west of England. She has extensive experience of development requirements and the planning process.

Kathryn provides consultancy assistance on Prospect Archaeology projects including producing desk-based assessments and carrying out post-excavation research and reporting.

Call Kathryn on 07949 767212



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