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2 edition of Dungannon and South Tyrone area plan 2010. found in the catalog.

Dungannon and South Tyrone area plan 2010.

Great Britain. Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland. Planning Service.

Dungannon and South Tyrone area plan 2010.

by Great Britain. Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland. Planning Service.

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Published by Divisional Planning Office in Omagh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Five folding maps in back pocket.

The Physical Object
Pagination184 p. :
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21821936M

The Moy (from Irish: an Maigh, meaning "the plain") is a large village and townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom about 5 miles (8 kilometres) southeast of Dungannon and beside the smaller village of mont is on the east bank of the River Blackwater and Moy on the west; the two are joined by Charlemont river is also the County: County Tyrone. Dungannon & South Tyrone Youth Council. likes 3 talking about this. Dungannon Youth Cuncil is made up of a variety of enthusiastic young people within the area Followers:

Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan ; Fermanagh Area Plan ; Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO's) Subject Plan for Belfast City Council Area ; Lagan Valley Regional Park Local Plan; Larne Area Plan ; Limavady Area Plan - ; Limavady District Hamlet Subject Plan - ; Limavady Local Plan (South East Lands) Lisburn. It is situated in the historic barony of Dungannon Lower and the civil parish of Killeeshil and covers an area of acres. Cabragh is located approximately 12 km west of Dungannon, Country: Northern Ireland.

Community Directories Ni - Omagh - Dungannon and South Tyrone - Northern Ireland. 2 New Brighton Terrace, BT78 1LL Website: ; National Archives UK books, property valuations, newspapers and trade directories. REQUEST TO REMOVE Community Directories Ni 2 New Brighton Terrace BT78 1LL Omagh Dungannon and South Location: 2 New Brighton Terrace, Omagh, BT78 1LL, Dungannon and South Tyrone-Northern Ireland. Development land near Dungannon goes on market for £, the acre site is zoned for commercial use within the Dungannon & South Tyrone Area Plan.


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Dungannon and South Tyrone area plan 2010 by Great Britain. Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland. Planning Service. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Dungannon & South Tyrone Area Plan is a development plan prepared under the provisions of Part III of the Planning (Northern Ireland) Order by the Planning Service, an Agency within the Department of the Environment.

Belfast Urban Area Plan ; Carrickfergus Area Plan ; Carryduff Local Area Plan; Cookstown ; Craigavon ; Craigavon Town Centres Plan ; Derry ; Dungannon & South Tyrone Plan Home; Map Library.

District & SLNCI; Historic Parks, Gardens & Demesnes; Settlements; Policy Index; Preamble; Part 1: Introduction; Part 2. The Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan is a development plan prepared by the Planning Service, an Agency within the Department of the Environment, under the provisions of Part III of the Planning (Northern Ireland) Order The Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan is a development plan prepared by the Planning Service, an Agency within the Department of the Environment, under the provisions of Part III of the Planning (Northern Ireland) Order This document comprises the written statement of the Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan Information about Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan Plan History.

circa. acres land lying within development limit for annaghmore: dungannon and south tyrone area plan ADDITIONAL AND ADJACENT LANDS OF CIRCA. ACRES LYING OUTSIDE CURRENT AREA PLAN. AVAILABLE IN 1 OR 2 LOTS TO SUIT. Prominent development site extending to approximately acres Lands zoned within development limit in Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan The site formerly benefitted from outline planning consent for the construction of a bulky goods retail warehouse scheme to include the sale of convenience goods.

Dungannon Dungannon is a town in County Tyrone, Northern is the third-largest town in the county and had a population of 14, at the Census.

The Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council had its headquarters in the town, though since it has been covered by Mid-Ulster District Council. Information for residents about Mid Ulster District Council services including bins and recycling, business, leisure, events and tourism.

Sign up to our mailing list to hear about news and events in the local area. Dungannon Office. Circular Road, Dungannon BT71 6DT. Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm. The subject comprises of a parcel of zoned housing land within the Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan and benefits from full planning consent for the erection of 70 No.

dwellings, 30 of which are already constructed. 21 No. of the existing dwellings are unoccupied and due to the long period of. The property is designated within the Dungannon Town Centre under the Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan and is currently zoned as White Land, bordering but outside of the designated conservation Area.

As such the property may be suitable for a variety of uses including redevelopment for commercial or residential use, subject to planning. Eglish, Co. Tyrone. Church of St Patrick in Eglish. Eglish is a small village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

It is about 6km southwest of Dungannon and is within the Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council area. In the Census it had a population of The Dungannon & South Tyrone Area plan shows the lands being located outside the development limits of Coalisland, within the green belt of the settlement.

The lands could form part of the wider Coalisland community with various uses including: • Community uses to include a park or • Other recreational, leisure and tourism development. Dungannon (from Irish: Dún Geanainn, meaning "Geanann's fort") is a town in County Tyrone, Northern is the third-largest town in the county (after Omagh and Strabane) and had a population of 14, at the Census.

The Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council had its headquarters in the town, though since it has been covered by Mid-Ulster District Country: Northern Ireland. The rear elevation benefits from two storage sheds and a large section of ground which is within the Benburb settlement limit for the Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan There maybe some development potential Subject to the Appropriate Planning Approval.

Planning The property is designated within the Dungannon Town Centre under the Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan and is currently zoned as White Land, bordering but outside of the designated conservation Area. As such the property may be suitable for a variety of uses including redevelopment for commercial or residential use, subject to.

Aughnacloy, sometimes spelt Auchnacloy (Irish: Achadh na Cloiche (field of the stone)) is a village in County Tyrone, Northern to the border with County Monaghan, the village is about 20 km southwest of Dungannon, and 7 km southeast of is situated in the historic barony of Dungannon Lower and the civil parish of Carnteel.

In the Census it Country: Northern Ireland. John Hughes, Archbishop of New York and founder of Fordham University was born in the village. James Young Malley, the son of an Aughnacloy farmer and merchant, was the eldest of three brothers to fly with RAF Bomber service with the RAF during the Second World War extended to operations over enemy territory, including more than 30 raids over Berlin.

Lands zoned within development limit in Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan The site formerly benefitted from outline planning consent for the construction of a bulky goods retail warehouse scheme to include the sale of convenience goods.

English: Drawing of St. Patrick's Church in Dungannon, County Tyrone, as planned by J. J. McCarthy. Published on 4th March in The Builder, p. 4 March The very hard to read signature is possibly Westminster & Smith, the architect is J. J. McCarthy (–) Dungannon St.

Patrick's Church Drawing Approximately acres are located adjacent the Lambfields development as set out in the Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan and are currently used for grazing purposes and divided into a number of fields.

The title of the entire property is held under Folios, and and will be sold in one or two lots.Former concrete site in Limavady goes on the property market It has been land zoned for industry and business as part of the Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan .