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- Prime residential development site with full planning approval
- Planning reference Z/2012/0117/RM
- Planning is for 123 units comprising of a range of house types
- Site extends to approximately 8.91 acres
- Extensive road frontage
- Within walking distance of schools, amenities and shops
- Greenfield site ripe for development
- 10 minutes to Belfast City Centre & M1
We are delighted to bring to the market a prime residential development site located on the Ballygomartin Road, Belfast. Planning is approved under reference Z/2012/0117/RM and consists of 123 units representing a range of property types. The site extends to approximately 8.91 acres, and has extensive road frontage onto the Ballygomartin Road. Schools, amenities and shops are within walking distance.
Contact Libby Clarke for more details 028338 331111 / 07775584884
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