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Appendix 7: City Housing Zonings (Page 6 of 10)

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Zoning H 9 Lenamore Road

A 13.5 ha site bounded to the north by the Beragh Hill Road, to the west by the Lenamore Road and adjoining existing housing development at Sandbank Park to the south. A section of the southern boundary also adjoins the former Racecourse. The interface between residential properties and the Racecourse will be sensitively controlled to ensure its protection. In addition boundary treatment including the planting of appropriate species will be required to enhance the setting of the Racecourse.
A density range of 15-25 dwellings per hectare is considered suitable. Access will only be permitted off Lenamore Road. The site is traversed by electricity pylons.

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Zoning H 10 Fir Road

A 4.5 ha triangular shaped site located between Fir Road and Racecourse Road on the western fringe of Ballyarnett Country Park.
Planning approval has been granted on this site and development is nearing completion.

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Zoning H 11 Ballyarnett

A 11.0 ha site located within the former Ballyarnett Racecourse and adjoining the western fringe of Ballyarnett Country Park. Planning approval has been granted on part of this site and work has commenced.

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Zoning H 12 Skeoge

A 2.0 ha site at the junction of the Lenamore Road and Skeoge Link Road. The site is low lying except for its most southerly point which overlooks the adjoining Skeoge Link Road. Located between the Skeoge Industrial Park presently under construction and medium density development at Sandbank Park and Sandbank Cottages the site is considered suitable for housing development at a density range of 15-25 dwellings per hectare. Access will only be permitted off the adjoining Lenamore Road.

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Zoning H 13 Sandbank

A 1.5 ha triangular shaped site bounded to the north by Sandbank Cottages, to the east by the former Ballyarnett Racecourse and to the south by the Skeoge Link Road. The interface between residential properties and the Racecourse will be sensitively controlled to ensure its protection. In addition boundary treatment including the planting of appropriate species will be required to enhance the setting of the Racecourse. A density range of 15-25 dwellings per hectare is considered suitable. Access will only be permitted off Lenamore Road.

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Zoning H 14 Steelstown

A 13.5 ha site bounded to the north by the Ballyarnett Country Park and to the south by Steelstown Village and high density housing at Earhart Park.
The site slopes steeply downwards from Steelstown Ridge to the Country Park boundary which is defined along this section of the site by the former Racecourse. The interface between residential properties and the Racecourse will be sensitively controlled to ensure its protection. In addition boundary treatment including the planting of appropriate species will be required to enhance the setting of the Racecourse.
The site is affected by a 700 mm trunk watermain which may affect the number of dwellings that can be provided. Prospective developers should liaise with the Water Service prior to the completion of any design works. A density range of 20- 30 dwellings per hectare is considered suitable.
The only access to the site should be via a new access off Racecourse Road or an upgraded Steelstown Road. The existing road through Steelstown Village is to be stopped up on the western side of the village to form a cul-de-sac. No access to these lands will be permitted off the Madam’s Bank Road.
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