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Fermanagh Area Plan 2007
Proposals: Enniskillen Local Landscape Policy Areas L1-L4

L1 Lough Yoan - The mature wooded setting of Lough Yoan including Lough Yoan Wood and part of Derryvore Wood. This area forms part of the historic boundary of the Castle Coole demesne, is visually very significant and has potential local wildlife value. It adjoins the Enniskillen development limit and lies within the Green Belt. There will be a strong presumption against development in this area.
L2 Lough Yoan Road - This contains two areas. The first comprises substantial boundary planting of mixed species to the east of the Killyhevlin Industrial Estate. This effectively screens the Industrial Estate from Lough Yoan Road and complements Lough Yoan Wood. There will be a strong presumption against development in this area. The second area comprises mature trees which also complementLough Yoan Wood and which are visually prominent on approach to the town along the Dublin Road from the south east. There are several properties set among these trees and further small scale development may be acceptable in landscape terms provided this would not significantly affect existing tree cover.
L3 Black Stick Bottom - A woodland area along the Lough Yoan Road within the ownership of the National Trust. This forms part of the historic boundary of the Castle Coole demesne and is visually very significant. There will be a strong presumption against development in this area, with the exception of a well sited car park to serve the National Trust.
L4 Breandrum Wood - An area of mixed species woodland containing mature trees and much regeneration which is protected by a Tree Preservation Order. The woodland is visually significant and has potential local wildlife value. There will be a strong presumption against development in this area and development proposals on adjoining land must have full regard to their potential impact on these trees.
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