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Derry Area Plan 2011
Appendix 7: City Housing Zonings (Page 8 of 10)

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Zoning H 21 Lisaghmore

A 3.0 ha site along Trench Road and directly to the south of existing medium density housing at Lisaghmore. The site which comprises an open field bounded by thick hedgerows rises gently above the level of the adjoining Trench Road.
A density range of 15-25 dwellings per hectare is considered suitable. Access will only be permitted off the internal distributor road of the development immediately to the north.

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Zoning H 22 Trench Road East

A 27.0 ha site located along Belt Road and Trench Road and adjacent to existing medium density housing at Glenmore Park to the north and Lisaghmore Avenue to the west. The steeply sloping site falls away from Trench Road in a south easterly direction and is bounded to the south by a belt of mature trees, and to the east by thick hedging along a portion of Church Road. The line of mature trees along the southern boundary of the site should be retained as far as possible within any future scheme and depending on layout it may be necessary to protect the trees by the exclusion of any construction works within the falling distances of these trees.
Development should respect existing slopes and contours and ensure the retention of mature vegetation along the stream, except where access is required. Additional landscaping as appropriate should also be provided to integrate future housing.
A density range of 15-25 dwellings per hectare is considered suitable. Access to the site will only be permitted off the Trench Road and/or the Belt Road. Overhead electricity lines traverse the site close to Church Road.

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Zoning H 23 Tullyally Road West

An 11.5 ha site between the Burngibbagh River and the Tullyally Road and adjacent to existing high density housing development at Tullyally. Mature trees and hedging along the river and within the northern portion of the site should be retained and protected and supplemented in any development together with additional landscaping as appropriate, particularly to the Tullyally Road frontage.
A density range of 15-30 dwellings per hectare is considered suitable. Access to the site will be off Tullyally Road. Pumping of foul drainage will be required.

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Zoning H 24 Tullyally Road East

A 10.5 ha site to the east of Tullyally Road and immediately adjacent to high density housing development at Tullyally and Currynierin. The site comprises a long rectangular shaped field which rises above the Tullyally Road before levelling out alongside the existing housing developments and a small field adjacent to Ashlea Primary School between Tullyally and Currynierin housing areas.
There is little existing vegetation within the site and additional landscaping as appropriate will be required to integrate future housing. The southern boundary of the site should be strengthened by a belt of mature planting to help assimilate and soften the development impact on the open countryside.
A density range of 15-30 dwellings per hectare is considered suitable. Access to the long rectangular shaped field will only be permitted off Tullyally Road. Access to the field between the existing housing developments can be taken off Tullyally Road and/or Elm Close.

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Zoning H 25 Drumahoe

A 40.0 ha site to the north east of Drumahoe with a frontage extending along the Fincairn Road towards Fincairn Cottages. The site which arcs around the Drumahoe area comprises a number of fields which rise steeply above Fincairn Road before levelling out along the most elevated portion of the site. To the east the site slopes down towards the Glenshane Road.
Development should respect existing slopes and contours and will be confined to single storey properties on the most elevated portions of the site. Landscaping as appropriate must be provided to integrate future housing.
A density range of 15-25 dwellings per hectare is considered suitable. Access to the site will be permitted via Glenshane Road and Fincairn Road. The latter will require substantial improvement. Improvements to the Fincairn Road/Drumahoe Road junction will necessitate the demolition of the existing hall. It is possible to access a portion of the site off The Beeches.
Arrangements for the disposal of foul drainage along Fincairn Road and Glenshane Road would need improving including the upgrading of Fincairn pumping station.

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Zoning H 26 Fincairn Road

A 2.5 ha site to the west of the Fincairn Road and adjacent to both high and medium density housing development at Faughan Crescent and Hazelbank Road, Drumahoe. The site comprises a rectangular shaped field which falls away from the adjoining road towards the centre of the field before falling more steeply towards its western boundary in the direction of the Faughan River.
Development on this site is now complete.
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