Several types of construction plan are recorded. Large numbers of small storage lofts on four or six posts (3 to 10 m2) are found here as at several sites from this period, particularly within the confines of rural settlements. They were used for the storage of cereals in jars, of vegetables and of small tools and other small equipment used in agriculture. It is logical to assume that the rectangular structures of a certain surface area (12 to 25 m2) accompanied by a grain store were dwellings, whatever their number of loadbearing posts (4 to 8). The larger four-sided structures had a variety of functions (barns, stables, cow byres, sheep sheds, etc.) which are impossible to identify individually.
The buildings with two apses, 20 to 60 m2, strongly built on robust load-bearing posts, probably included a storage loft, and some of the most sturdy may have had an upper floor. Some buildings were of mixed design, with load-bearing posts and foundation trenches dug to hold shallow string pieces or half or full vertical tree trunks. One single structure has three bays.
Some clusters of post holes, often very close together, are the result of successive buildings, so it is very difficult to draw any conclusions from them in the absence of known standard types.