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Former Tyrone County Hospital, Hospital Road, Omagh BT79 0AP


Commercial / Industrial (19.79 acres) For Sale


Commercial / Industrial (19.79 acres) For Sale

Price POA
Style Commercial / Industrial
Status For sale
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  • A rare opportunity to purchase a large site within the town
  • Numerous buildings comprising c. 150,000 sq ft in total
  • 19.79 Acre Site
  • Three main access points
  • Fantastic development opportunity
  • Zoned as White Land in the Omagh Area Plan 1987 – 2002
  • Potential uses may include a Hotel, Retail, Office, Leisure & Residential (STPP)
  • Price on Application

Additional Information



The significance of the site within Omagh and the surrounding area cannot be underestimated.

Tyrone County Hospital was the main hospital in Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. The hospital occupied the same site in the town from 1899 until it closed to new patients on 20 June 2017, when it was replaced by the newly built Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex.

The hospital has its origins in an infirmary which was opened in Market Street in Omagh in 1796. The hospital moved to a new site on Hospital Road in 1899. A postgraduate centre for students of Queen’s University Belfast was opened by Richard Needham in July 1988 and a new renal unit followed in August 1989.

In 2002, following a review of hospital and community services across the region, it was recommended that a new local hospital be built in Omagh to replace the existing Tyrone County Hospital.

After services transferred to the new Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex, the Tyrone County Hospital closed in June 2017.

The site comprises a large number of decommissioned, non-operational buildings to include:

Main Hospital Block ward areas, medical imaging, theatres, day case unit, renal unit, urgent care and treatment centre, women and children’s centre and cardiac assessment unit.

• Outpatients Department

• Post-Graduate Centre

• Riverside House

• Nurses Home / Administration

• Laboratory

There are also numerous residential accommodation buildings, a tennis court and 10 car parks providing 275 spaces.

The site also enjoys large areas of grass/parkland in a very attractive setting with the Camowen river running along the North East elevation.


The site is located within the Development Limit as set out in the Omagh Area Plan 1987-2002 and designated as ‘White Land’.

We are not aware of any recent redevelopment planning applications having been lodged in relation to the site.

Please Note: all interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries into the potential planning approvals that could be achieved.


Lands at Tyrone County Hospital

This site consists of registered and unregistered lands on a Freehold basis.

Camowen Hill Residential Home



There are numerous sub-stations and wayleaves on site.

Further details available upon request.

Tree Preservation Order

A Tree Preservation Order was made on ‘Lands At The Former Tyrone County Hospital, Omagh’ took effect on 29th October 2019.

Guide Price

Price on application.


Full details available on request.

Method of Sale


We have been instructed to bring bidding to a close on the above property.

Initial bids must be placed prior to TUESDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER 2020 AT 12 NOON to ensure inclusion in the next round of bidding.

We will only be accepting further bids after this date from parties who have already provided the information below.

Please also provide a covering letter and supporting documentation to include:

  • The proposed offer amount in pounds sterling.
  • Proof of funds, ideally in the form of a bank statement.
  • If funding is required then confirmation this is in place and available.
  • Purchaser name and full contact details.
  • Full contact details of your solicitor and due diligence carried out to date.
  • Confirmation of any conditions relating to your bid.
  • Confirmation of your proposed use for the subject property.
  • Confirmation on the timescales to complete.

Please note, the vendor reserves the right not to accept the highest, or indeed any, offer made. 

POST: FAO Andrew Gawley, Lisney, 1st Floor, Montgomery House, 29-33 Montgomery Street, Belfast BT1 4NX.

EMAIL:    [email protected]  

Due to the high level of interest in the above, I ask that you keep in contact with me by email or telephone as per the below contact details.

Stamp Duty

This will be the responsibility of the purchaser.


All prices, outgoings and costs are exclusive of, but may be liable to, VAT.


The property has a rating of G156 & E124.

Full certificates can be made available upon request

Customer Due Diligence

As a business carrying out estate agency work we are required to verify the identity of both the vendor and the purchaser as outlined in the following:

The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 -

Any information and documentation provided by you will be held for a period of five years from when you cease to have a contractual relationship with Lisney.

The information will be held in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on our client file and will not be passed on to any other party, unless we are required to do so by law and regulation.

Viewing Details

Strictly by appointment with sole selling agent Lisney.


The property is located approximately 1 mile from Omagh Town Centre, with the main entrance being via the Hospital Road.

Transport links are excellent, and the scale of the subject provides three main road entrances.

• Front entrance via Hospital Road.

• Rear entrance via A505 Killyclogher Road.

• Entrance via Woodvale Avenue/Hospital Road leading to Riverside House.

The immediate, highly sought after area comprises mainly residential properties and is in close proximity to Omagh High School, Omagh County Primary School and the new Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex.

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