Fermanagh Area PLan 2007
Proposals: Irvinestown Industry Zonings
I1 Dromore Road 1 - a 2.9ha site fronting the Dromore Road and adjoining the West Ulster Farmers Creamery development. The site is reasonably level, accessible and well located in relation to existing industrial development. The visually significant avenue of mature trees leading to and around Drumharvey House is 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 the Dromore Road. Active consideration is currently being given to the development of this site by the Irvinestown Trustee Enterprise Company Limited (ITEC) for a range of food processing uses. A possible constraint however to industrial development relates to proposals which may generate a significant amount of effluent, as the water quality of the receiving stream may be insufficient to cope with significant discharges.
I2 Dromore Road 2 - a 5.3ha site fronting the Dromore Road and separated from the above Industrial Zoning I1 by theaforementioned safeguarded avenue of mature trees leading to Drumharvey House. The site is well located, accessible and reasonably level, although the land rises towards the north east. In view of the proximity of nearby housing a significant planted buffer of some 5 metres in depth will be required as an integral part of any development of this site to the Dromore Road frontage and additional landscaping should be provided as appropriate to other site boundaries. A single access to an appropriate standard will be permitted onto the Dromore Road and must be staggered from the access serving the Hazelwood residential development opposite. Development may be constrained by the water quality considerations as indicated for site II above.
I3 Kesh Road - a 2.1 ha site fronting the Kesh Road and adjacent to Desmond & Sons Limited. The site is low lying, but level and accessible and could provide for potential expansion needs of the adjoining Desmond’s Factory or other appropriate industrial uses. Landscaping should be provided as appropriate to the site boundaries and in particular to augment the existing boundary trees to the east which are safeguarded from development by the designation of a Local Landscape Policy Area. A single access to an appropriate standard will be permitted onto the Kesh Road. Development may be constrained by the water quality considerations as indicated for sites I1 and I2 above.