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- Building site with approx 5 acres with outline planning permission
- LA07/2015/0395/O Dated 21 March 2015
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Additional InformationNew listing of this building site with approx 5 acres, 140m North of 76 Ballywillan Road, Crossgar, BT30 9LF. Outline planning permission for replacement dwelling and garage, dated 21st March 2016. The construction of the dwelling hereby permitted, including the clearing of topsoil, shall not commence until the existing(s), coloured green on the approved plan date stamped 1 Jun 2015 is demolished, all rubble and foundations removed and the site restored in accordance with a scheme to be submitted to and approved in writing by the department.
The proposed dwelling shall be sited in the area shaded yellow on the approved plan date stamped 1 Jun 2015.
For full details of planning, please contact agents.
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