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Fermanagh Area Plan 2007
Proposals: Enniskillen Housing Zonings H1-H4

H1 Killyhevlin - a 0.5ha site abutting the Dublin Road and adjoining an area of low to medium density housing. The site slopes from the north western corner along a road embankment to the south and adjoins an area of trees safeguarded from development by the designation of a Local Landscape Policy Area. Additional landscaping should be provided as appropriate. A single access to an appropriate standard will be permitted onto Lough Yoan Road, but no access will be permitted onto the Dublin Road. Development of this site has commenced.
H2 Dublin Road - a 1 .4ha site surrounded by housing on three sides. The site is level adjoining the Dublin Road and then rises steeply towards the rear of Derrychara Drive and Crest Road. There are good tree-lines to the western and south eastern boundaries of the site which should be retained and protected in any development together with additional landscaping as appropriate. A single access will be permitted onto the Dublin Road. Development of this site has commenced.
H3 Old Rossorry Road - a 1 .9ha site located between Old Rossorry Road and Lough Erne and adjoining an area of low to medium density housing. The site slopes down from the road to the Erne shoreline, which is safeguarded from development by the designation of a Local Landscape Policy Area. There are several good hedges both within and bounding the site which should be retained in any development together with additional landscaping as appropriate. Access will be permitted onto Old Rossorry Road.
H4 Tarmon Brae - a 4.5ha sloping site located south east of Tarmon Brae between existing medium density housing and Lough Erne and the Sillees River. Immediately adjoining this site there is a level area to the Erne shore and the Sillees River which is safeguarded from development by the designation of a Local Landscape Policy Area. The majority of the hedgerow to the eastern boundary should be retained and protected in any development together with additional landscaping as appropriate. New development should respect existing slopes and contours and lower density development should be located on the slopes towards Lough Erne and the Sillees River. Care must also be taken with the siting of any development on lower slopes having regard to views along the Erne and the impact of development on the Old Rossorry Graveyard and church site which is a Local Landscape Policy Area. Access will be permitted onto Tarmon Brae. Development of this site has commenced.
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