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Belfast Metropolitan Area Plan 2015
District Proposals: Corgy/Kilbride Natural Environment

Local Landscape Policy Areas (LLPAs)

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The following sites CY 04-CY 05 are designated as Local Landscape Policy Areas as identified on Map No. 7a - Cogry/Kilbride and Map No. 7b – Cogry/Kilbride Local Landscape Policy Areas.
These LLPAs lie within or adjoining the Settlement Development Limit of Cogry/Kilbride and the Doagh River Corridor LLPA falls partly within the Newtownabbey Countryside. They are considered to be of the greatest amenity value, landscape quality or local significance and must be protected from undesirable or damaging development.
Policy for the control of development within LLPAs is contained in Policy ENV 3 in Part 3, Volume 1 of the Plan.
Designation CY 04 Local Landscape Policy Area Doagh River Corridor
A Local Landscape Policy Area is designated at Doagh River Corridor as identified on Map No. 7a – Cogry/Kilbride,  and Map No. 7b – Cogry/Kilbride Local Landscape Policy Areas showing the full extent of LLPAs affecting the settlement of Cogry/Kilbride.
Those features, or the combination of features, that contribute to the environmental quality, integrity or character of this area are listed below:-
  • Area of local nature conservation interest – Doagh River corridor, millraces and millpond;
  • Listed building and its surrounding – Invermuir House and associated vegetation;
  • Locally significant buildings and their surroundings – Cogry Mill, Brookfield Mill, former beetling mill and flax mill; and
  • Archaeological site and its surroundings – Archaeological remains of souterrains
Designation CY 05Local Landscape Policy Area Brookfield Road
A Local Landscape Policy Area is designated at Brookefield Road as identified on Map No. 7a – Cogry/Kilbride and Map No. 7b – Cogry/Kilbride Local Landscape Policy Areas showing the full extent of LLPAs affecting the settlement of Cogry/Kilbride.
Those features, or the combination of features, that contribute to the environmental quality, integrity or character of this area are listed below:-
  • Locally significant buildings and their surroundings – Brookfield Cottage, associated grounds and planting.
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