Archaeology and Historic Buildings Record
Terms and conditions
By using the AHBR on-line you are agreeing to abide by the following Terms and Conditions.
The Archaeology and Historic Buildings Record (AHBR) data accessed through this website is provided for information only and must not be relied on for legal or planning related work. Please contact the AHBR team if you require information for these purposes.
The information on the AHBR is protected by copyright law. No reproduction will be allowed as a direct copy of the original without the prior written consent of Hampshire County Council.
The information contained on the AHBR, although verified as far as possible, should not be regarded as definitive and its accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
There may be information concerning existing, or new archaeological sites or finds which is not recorded in the AHBR.
The whereabouts of any material referred to in the AHBR and not kept in the AHBR reference files cannot be guaranteed.
Where AHBR information is used in reports or publications its source must be acknowledged.
Inclusion of a site in the AHBR does not imply any right of public access.