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Dungannon and South Tyrone Area Plan 2010
Settlements: Dungannon Housing Page (3 of 5)

DH 17 Land south of Milltown Park
This 0.9 hectare site is located south of Milltown Park. A former railway embankment forms its northern boundary.
Key site requirements:
  • vehicular access should be from Mullaghanagh Road;
  • a detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Based on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall design and layout. A full planting scheme, using indigenous species, should be prepared; and
  • the layout should be designed to ensure that houses front onto Mullaghanagh Road and Mullaghanagh Lane.
DH 18 Land south of Park Avenue
This 3.1 hectare site is located to the south of Ballysaggart Lough. Residential development is located to the north and northeast of the site and vacant and derelict dwellings are located in the southeastern corner. The southern boundary of the site benefits from a mature tree and hedgerow boundary.
Key site requirements:
  • vehicular access should be from Old Eglish Road;
  • foul sewer pumping may be required;
  • detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Based on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall design and layout. A full planting scheme, using indigenous species, should be prepared and particular care should be exercised in the treatment of the southern boundary;
  • the layout should be designed to ensure that houses front onto Old Eglish Road; and
  • child's play provision should be provided and incorporated within the overall design.
DH 19 Land north of Manse Road
This 2.9 hectare site is located between Prospect Manse and Beech Valley Training Co. Ltd. It is low-lying and there are a number of mature deciduous trees throughout the site. A pathway runs along the northwestern boundary.
Key site requirements:
  • vehicular access should be from Old Eglish Road;
  • no vehicular access will be permitted from Manse Road;
  • pedestrian access should be provided from Old Eglish Road to link through to Manse Road and the footway along the northwestern boundary;
  • foul sewer pumping may be required;
  • a detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Based on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall design and layout. A full planting scheme, using indigenous species, should be prepared and particular care should be exercised in the treatment of the southern boundary with Manse Road; and
  • the layout should be designed to ensure that houses front onto Old Eglish Road.
DH 20 Land west of Granville Road
This 1.4 hectare site is located west of Granville Road. It rises towards its western boundary and a derelict building is located in the eastern portion of the site. Low-density residential developments border the site to the north and south.
Key site requirements:
  • vehicular access should be from Granville Road;
  • a detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Based on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall design and layout. A full planting scheme, using indigenous species, should be prepared; and
  • the layout should be designed to ensure that houses front onto Granville Road.
DH 21 Land west of Mullaghmore Park
This 5.5 hectare undulating site is located to the west of Mullaghmore Park. The proposed National Cycle Network route runs along the northern boundary of the site and residential development abuts the eastern and southeastern boundaries.
Key site requirements:
  • vehicular access should be from the existing estate road at 'Cloneen', Ballygawley Road, Old Caulfield Road and/or Lisnahull Road;
  • pedestrian access should be provided through the site to link Ballygawley Road, Lisnahull Road, Old Caulfield Road and Mullaghmore Park;
  • subject to obtaining adequate access, the open watercourse and associated vegetation within the site should be retained and incorporated within the overall design;
  • foul sewer pumping may be required;
  • a detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Based on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall design and layout. A full planting scheme, using indigenous species, should be prepared;
  • the sloping nature of the southwestern part of the site along Ballygawley Road and Old Caulfield Road will require careful attention to matters relating to layout, siting, design and density; and
  • the layout should be designed to ensure that houses front onto Old Caulfield Road and Lisnahull Road.
DH 22 Land north of Lisnahull Road
This 17.3 hectare undulating site is located in the northwest of Dungannon and is adjacent to O' Neill Park and West Park. Residential development abuts much of the site boundary to the north. A marshy area around Mullaghmore Lough is located along part of the western boundary.
Key site requirements:
vehicular access should be from Mullaghmore Road. Access should also be from Old Caulfield Road and/or Lisnahull Road;
vehicular access should be provided through the site to link Mullaghmore Road to Old Caulfield Road and/or Lisnahull Road;
pedestrian access should be provided through the site to link Mullaghmore Road with Old Caulfield Road, Lisnahull Road, housing zoning DH 27 and West Park; Provision should also be made for pedestrian access from the site to the Peripheral Cycle Route on the eastern boundary;
foul sewer pumping may be required;
Mullaghmore Lough is a locally important wildlife area - a detailed wildlife survey will be needed and measures taken to mitigate any identified impacts on the nature conservation interests of the area - the Lough shall be retained and incorporated into the overall layout of the site;
a detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Bases on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall design and layout. A full planting scheme, using indigenous species, should be prepared and particular care should be exercised around Mullaghmore Lough;
an archaeological site is located in the centre of the site - the developer should contact the Department's Environment and Heritage Service to determine appropriate measures for the site including any potential mitigation measures; and
the layout should be designed so that the houses front onto Linahull Road, Old Caulfield Road and Mullaghmore Road
DH 23 Land north of The Willows
This 3.9 hectare site is located to the north of The Willows, Mullaghmore Road. The site rises from its northeastern boundary towards the centre of the site before gently sloping towards the southwest. A laneway forms the northern boundary with a farm complex located towards the western end.
Key site requirements:
  • vehicular access should be from Mullaghmore Road and should link through to housing zoning DH 27;
  • pedestrian access should be provided through the site to link Mullaghmore Road with housing zoning DH 27 and The Willows;
  • a detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Based on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall desig and layout. A full planting scheme, using indigenous species, should be prepared and particular care should be exercised in the treatment of the boundary with the farm laneway along the northern boundary;
  • the layout should be designed so that the houses front onto Mullaghmore Road; and
  • child's play provision should be provided and incorporated within the overall design.
DH 24 Land northwest of Hawthorne Crescent
This 1.6 hectare site is relatively flat and has a car wash business along the southern boundary. The remainder of the site is overgrown and an open watercourse runs along the eastern boundary. The former railway route along its western boundary forms part of the proposed Peripheral Cycle Route (see Plan Policy TRAN 3).
  • Key site requirements:
  • vehicular access should be from Mullaghmore Road and should link through to housing zoning DH 28;
  • pedestrian access should be provided from the site to the proposed Peripheral Cycle Route and housing zoning DH 28;
  • marginal flooding may occur adjacent to the open watercourse, which flows along the eastern and northern site boundaries;
  • subject to the provision of a suitable access to housing zoning DH 28, the open watercourse and associated vegetation on the eastern and northern site boundaries should be retained and incorporated within the overall design;
  • foul sewer pumping may be required;
  • a detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Based on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall design and layout. A full planting scheme, using indigenous species, should be prepared and particular care should be exercised in the treatment of the proposed Peripheral Cycle Route; and
  • the layout should be designed to ensure that houses front onto Mullaghmore Road.
DH 25 Land north of Corrainey Park
This 3.8 hectare site is relatively flat and fronts onto Mullaghmore Road and Newell Road. There is residential development to the south. The former railway embankment along its western boundary forms part of the proposed Peripheral Cycle Route (see Plan Policy TRAN 3).
Key site requirements:
  • vehicular access should be from Mullaghmore Road and/or Newell Road;
  • pedestrian access should be provided from the site to the proposed Peripheral Cycle Route;
  • subject to obtaining adequate access, the open watercourse and associated vegetation along the southeastern boundary should be incorporated within the overall layout;
  • marginal flooding may occur adjacent to the open watercourse on the southeastern boundary;
  • foul sewer pumping may be required;
  • a detailed survey of existing vegetation will be required. Based on the results of this survey, existing trees and hedgerows in good condition should normally be retained, protected and appropriately integrated into the overall design and layout. A full planting scheme using indigenous species, should be prepared and particular care should be exercised in the treatment of the western boundary with the proposed Peripheral Cycle Route;
  • the layout should be designed to ensure that houses front onto Mullaghmore road and Newell Road; and
  • child's play provision should be provided and incorporated within the overall design.
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