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Former Sports Pavilion Site, Dub Lane, Upper Malone Road, Belfast BT9 5NB

Price £2,195,000

Dub Lane

Price £2,195,000

Dub Lane

Price £2,195,000
Land type Residential Land (with FPP)
Size 3.35 acres
Planning Full Planning Permission
Status For sale
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  • Prestigious residential development site
  • Full planning permission for 8 no. substantial detached family homes
  • Site extends to c. 3.35 acres (1.36 hectares)

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The mature site was formerly occupied in part by Queens main sports pavilion hall and it benefits from a level topography with good road frontage.  The site provides a unique opportunity for a developer to construct an exclusive scheme that will undoubtedly generate significant interest from purchasers looking for bespoke family homes in the area.

The site has full planning permission granted for the construction of 8 no. detached dwellings under planning application LA04/2015/1149/F granted on 18th January 2017.  The scheme has been carefully and tastefully planned to make excellent use of the site providing eight individually designed family homes. A detailed architectural pack can be provided upon request to interested parties.

Site area - 3.35 acres


A truly magnificent 3.35 acre development site for an exclusive housing development overlooking the Queen’s University Malone Playing Fields adjacent to the Lagan Valley Regional Park and Barnett Demesne. The site is easily accessed directly off Dub Lane approximately 3 miles south of Belfast city centre via the Malone Road. The area is renowned as one of Northern Ireland’s most prestigious and sought after residential addresses and benefits from close proximity to a wealth of amenities on the Lisburn Road, excellent local schools and recreational activities to include the Lagan Tow Path, Mary Peters Track and Balmoral Golf Club.

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