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Ballyfookeen

Bruree, Kilmallock

Site

Asking price €40,000

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O'Keeffe Residential

PSR Licence: 003877

Key Information

Price

Asking price €40,000

Land type

Site

Size

0.83 acres

Status

For sale

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C.0.83 acre site located just C.1.2 Km from the main Cork/Limerick N20.

The site is being sold subject to planning permission.

Location

The site is located C. 1.2 Km from Rourkes Cross. The nearby village of Bruree is C. 3.3 Km and the nearby towns Charleville is C. 9.5 Km and Kimallock is C. 10.8 Km.

  • Cork – C. 69 Km
  • Limerick – C. 32.6 Km

 

Planning History

Planning was previously refused in 2002. Planning No: 02/1727.  

Planning was for a new dwelling septic system, entrance and associated works.

Development Plan Objective.

Zoning

Area of Strong Urban Influence.

 

COUNTY DEVELOPMENT PLANT OBJECTIVE

Objective HO O20 Rural Areas under Strong Urban Influence It is an objective of the Council to consider a single dwelling for the permanent occupation of an applicant in the area under Strong Urban Influence, subject to demonstrating compliance with ONE of the criteria below: 1. Persons with a demonstrable economic need to live in the particular local rural area; Persons who have never owned a house in the rural area and are employed in rural-based activity such as farming/bloodstock, horticulture or other rural-based activity, in the area in which they wish to build, or whose employment is intrinsically linked to the rural area in which they wish to build, or other persons who by the nature of their work have a functional need to reside permanently in the rural area close to their place of work (within 10km). (Minimum farm size shall be 12 hectares for farming or bloodstock). The applicant must demonstrate that they have been actively engaged in farming/bloodstock/horticulture or other rural activity, at the proposed location for a continuous period of not less than 5 years, prior to making the application. In the event of newly acquired land, to demonstrate that the proposed activity would be of a viable commercial scale, a detailed 5-year business plan will be required. 2. Persons with a demonstrable social need to live in a particular local rural area; Persons who have never owned a house in the rural area and who wish to build their first home on a site that is within 10km of where they have lived for a substantial period of their lives in the local rural area (Minimum 10 years). The local rural area is defined as the area outside all settlements identified in Levels 1 – 4 of the Settlement Hierarchy. Excluding Level 4 settlements, where there is no capacity in the treatment plant. 3. Persons with a demonstrable local exceptional need to live in a particular local rural area, examples include: a) Returning emigrants who have never owned a house in the rural area, in which they lived for a substantial period of their lives (Minimum 10 years), then moved away or abroad and who now wish to return to reside in the local rural area (within 10km of where they lived for a substantial period of their lives). The local rural area is defined as the area outside all settlements identified in Levels 1 – 4 of the Settlement Hierarchy. Excluding Level 4 settlements, where there is no capacity in the treatment plant. b) A person who has lived a substantial period of their lives in the local rural area, (at least 10 years), that previously owned a home and is no longer in possession of that home, due to the home having been disposed of following legal separation/ divorce/ repossession and can demonstrate a social or economic need for a new home in the rural area.

 

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