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Fermanagh Area Plan 2007
Proposals: Lisbellaw

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A limit of development, an Area of Village Character and the following Local Landscape Policy Areas:-
(a) A tree ring, an historic landscape feature, and its immediate surroundings together with an adjoining attractive property surrounded by trees to the east of the Tattygare Road. (AM)
(b) A tree ring, an historic landscape feature, and its immediate surroundings together with the Lodge and its mature boundary trees. (AM)
(c) Knockanard, an impressive localised hill and important amenity feature which commands important public views.
(d) The mature trees around the Rectory.
(e) The mature trees adjoining the Limes.
(f) The Presbyterian Church, a listed building, and its grounds.
(g) The Church of Ireland, a listed building, and its grounds.
(h) St Mary’s Church, a listed building, and its grounds.
(i) The mature trees adjoining a small stream to the north of Hollybank House.
(j) Hollybank House, an attractive property and its planted grounds.
(k) A mature coniferous tree stand opposite Hollybank House and an adjoining hedgerow boundary with mature trees.
(l) The line of mature trees fronting Lisbellaw Primary School.
(m) Cloghcor Stone Circle. (AM)
(n) A rath and its immediate surroundings to the rear of Cloghcor House. (AM)
(o) A tree ring, an historic landscape feature, and its immediate surroundings at Mullybritt. (AM)
The A4 Protected Route runs through Lisbellaw.
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