Fermanagh Area Plan 2007
Proposals: Irvinestown L13-L16
L13 Kesh Road 1 - An area with mature tree groups and boundary trees which are visually significant on approach to the town along the Kesh Road to the north west. Appropriate small scale development may be acceptable in landscape terms provided this would not significantly affect existing tree cover or the overall character of the area.
L14 Kesh Road 2 - a line of mature trees along a laneway entrance to a property fronting the Kesh Road which adjoins land zoned for industry. These trees will help act as a buffer to any new industrial development and should therefore be retained, protected and supplemented in the development of the adjoining land. This will normally require that any building is constructed outside the falling distance of these trees.
L15 Kesh Road 3 - a line of mature hedgerow trees which should be retained and protected as an important landscape feature in the development of adjoining land zoned for housing. This will normally require that any building is constructed outside the falling distance of these trees.
L16 Dunena Avenue - a rath to the north of Dunena Avenue which is part of the local heritage and around which housing has already developed. This archaeological monument must be preserved and permission will therefore not be granted for any development which would result in the damage or destruction of this site.