Fermanagh Area Plan 2007
Proposals: Lisnaskea Local Landscape Policy Areas L11-L15
L11 Derrylin Road 1 - Two strong hedgerows interspersed with a large proportion of mature trees. These lie within and adjoin land zoned for housing and should be retained and protected as locally important landscape features. This will normally require that any building is constructed outside the falling distance of the trees. It is accepted that access through these treed hedgerows will be required to adequately service the zoned housing land.
L12 Castlebalfour Road 2 - a hedgerow with some mature trees forming the rear boundary of properties fronting Castlebalfour Road. This 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.
L13 Derrylin Road 2 - An area of trees to the north of an existing farm group which forms an important local landscape feature. There will be a presumption against development in this area anddevelopment proposals on adjoining land zoned for housing must have full regard to their potential impact on these trees. Ultimately the retention of this vegetation will help break up the mass of any future housing development.
L14 Lisdoo - a rath at Lisdoo which is part of the local heritage and a distinctive feature of the local landscape. This archaeological monument has been partly developed in the past, but remains archaeologically significant. Permission will not be granted for any development which would result in further damage or destruction of this site.
L15 Kilmore Green - a small stand of mature trees located within the side garden of a property at Kilmore Green. They are visually significant and should be retained and protected as an important local landscape feature. Development proposals on adjoining land must have full regard to their potential impact on these trees.