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Craigavon Area Plan 2010
Settlement Proposals: Central Craigavon Housing (Page 2 of 3)

Phase 1 Housing Zonings continued

C/H 4 Land at Moylin, Brownlow (6.3 hectares)
Key site requirements:
  • the results of a comprehensive survey, identifying trees, hedgerows and other vegetation to be retained and incorporated into the proposed development, shall be submitted with a planning application for full or outline permission.
  • a detailed planting plan for the proposed development shall be submitted with a planning application for full or outline permission. The existing vegetation on the site should be supplemented by the planting of trees and bushes of appropriate species to provide screening for the development and to break up the housing mass and reduce the visual impact of the development;
  • the existing footway/cycle path which forms the southwestern boundary of the site should be integrated into the proposed development. The proposed development should also incorporate additional pedestrian links to connect with St Anthony's School and the existing community/retail facilities to the south of the site;
  • the layout shall be designed to ensure that no houses back onto either Tullygally Road or Legahory Road; and
  • any access to the development from Tullygally Road shall be through the existing access road on the northern corner of the site. Access may also be taken from Legahory Road to the southeast. Right turning lanes may be required, subject to the scale and layout of the proposed development. Appropriate access standards with regard to visibility splays and forward visibility should be provided. A footway link will be required to connect with the existing footway at St Anthony's School to the southeast. Third party land may be required to accommodate the access and footway. Direct access for individual dwellings will not be permitted onto Tullygally Road.
C/H 5 Land at Rathmore, Brownlow (9.06 hectares)
Key site requirements:
  • the results of a comprehensive survey, identifying trees, hedgerows and other vegetation to be retained and incorporated into the proposed development, shall be submitted with a planning application for full or outline permission. The existing belt of trees which form the western boundary of the site must be retained and incorporated into the proposed development;
  • a detailed planting plan for the proposed development shall be submitted with a planning application for full or outline permission. The existing vegetation on the site should be supplemented by the planting of trees and bushes of appropriate species to provide screening for the development and to break up the housing mass and reduce the visual impact of the development. The north eastern boundary, in particular, will require supplementary planting;
  • the existing footway/cycle paths which form the southern and eastern boundaries of the site, and which link with the adjacent community/ retail facilities to the north, should be integrated into the proposed development;
  • any access to the development from Tullygally Road will require a right turning lane. A footway link will be required to connect with the existing footway to the north. Third party land may be required to accommodate this access and footway. Appropriate access standards with regard to visibility splays and forward visibility should be provided. Direct access for individual dwellings will not be permitted onto Tullygally Road; and
  • any access to the development from Alderville to the north will be subject to all access standards being achieved.
C/H 6 Land west of Moyraverty Road, Brownlow (7.21 hectares)
Key site requirements:
  • the results of a comprehensive survey, identifying trees, hedgerows and other vegetation to be retained and incorporated into the proposed development, shall be submitted with a planning application for full or outline permission;
  • a detailed planting plan for the proposed development shall be submitted with a planning application for full or outline permission. The existing vegetation within the site and on the site boundaries should be supplemented with trees and bushes of appropriate species to provide screening for the development and facilitate its integration into the landscape setting. Particular effort should be made to retain the trees and mature hedging along the former laneway which traverses the site. The vegetation on the southeastern boundary should be supplemented with similar species to ensure a definite natural boundary between the residential area and open countryside;
  • the layout shall be designed to ensure that no houses back onto either Moyraverty Road, Moyraverty West Road or Clanrolla Park;
  • any access to the development from Moyraverty Road or Clanrolla Park will require a right turning lane at the Clanrolla Park/Moyraverty Road junction. A footway link will be required along Moyraverty Road to connect with the existing footway at the subway leading to Lismore School to the north. Third party lands may be required to accommodate access and footway. Direct access for individual dwellings will not be permitted onto Moyraverty Road or Clanrolla Park; and
  • no access will be permitted onto Moyraverty West Road.
The developer should also note that pumping of foul sewage will be required to connect with the existing foul sewer network.
C/H 7 Land east of Moyraverty West Road, Brownlow (8.23 hectares)
Key site requirements:
  • the results of a comprehensive survey, identifying trees, hedgerows and other vegetation to be retained and incorporated into the proposed development, shall be submitted with a planning application for full or outline permission;
  • a detailed planting plan for the proposed development shall be submitted with a planning application for full or outline permission. The existing vegetation on the site should be retained and supplemented by the planting of trees and bushes of appropriate species to provide screening for the development and facilitate its integration into the landscape setting. The south western boundary, in particular, should be planted with appropriate species to ensure a definite natural boundary between the residential area and open countryside;
  • there is evidence of recent badger activity on this site. The badger is a protected species under the Wildlife (Northern Ireland) Order 1985 and a developer must conform with the statutory species protection measures for badgers;
  • the existing footways which traverse the site should be retained and pedestrian links in general should be enhanced and linked into the existing networks in Central Craigavon;
  • the layout shall be designed to ensure that no houses back onto either Moyraverty West Road or the access road to St Brendan's School; and
  • any access to the development directly onto Moyraverty West Road or through the existing access road to St Brendan's School will require a right turning lane on Moyraverty West Road. Appropriate access standards with regard to visibility splays and forward visibility should be provided. A footway will be required all along the site frontage on Moyraverty West Road and within the site. A footway link will also be required to connect with St Brendan's School to the northeast. Direct access for individual dwellings will not be permitted onto Moyraverty West Road or the access road to St Brendan's School.
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