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Applications on Scheme of Delegation Eligible for Call In

Applications on Scheme of Delegation Eligible for Call In

Pursuant to the Council’s published Scheme of Delegation, the applications set out in the Delegated List below are now the subject of a recommendation by a Planning Officer. Applicants and agents who have any queries regarding a recommendation contained on this list should contact the planning officer dealing with the application. Please note that a Councillor can request that an application is removed from the Delegated List and referred to the Planning and Regulatory Services Committee at any stage prior to 5pm on the date noted in the table below provided a sound planning reason is given.

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Lists of delegated planning applications can be viewed in the table below.

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Reference NumberLocationProposalAgent Name & AddressApplicant Name & AddressRecommendationReason for Refusal (Where applicable)Date Delegate List IssuedDeadline for Call in (applies to elected members only) 5pm on
LA08/2020/1349/F59 Blackisland Road
Portadown
Armagh
BT62 1NE
Proposed erection of 2no. dwellings, demolition of garage and construction of new entrance (Amended proposal)Weir + Weir Architects Studio 5
Millenium Court
William Street
Portadown
BT62 3NX
Mr Robert Thompson 59 Blackisland Road
Portadown
BT62 1NE
Approval (Objections received)30/06/202207/07/2022
LA08/2022/0557/F105a Derryraine Road
Collone
Armagh
BT60 1LL
Retention of existing domestic outbuilding to be used ancillary to the main dwelling and associated site works.Lenaghan Design 30 Moss Park
Richhill
BT61 9PT
Mark Semple 105a Derryraine Road
Collone
Armagh
BT60 1LL
Approval (Objections received)30/06/202207/07/2022
LA08/2021/1086/OApproximately 60m South West of 13 Drumanphy Road Roughan Portadown BT62 1QX
Site for replacement dwelling and detached garage with retention of existing building as store.Robert Brown Architectural Solutions Ltd 12 Derryhoney Road
Beagho
Lisbellaw
BT94 5DH
Mr David Carr 5 Rotherwood Drive
Kilfannan
Londonderry
BT47 5SY
RefusalThe proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and to Policy CTY1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and to Policy CTY3 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that the building to be replaced fails to exhibit the essential characteristics of a dwelling
30/06/202207/07/2022
LA08/2022/0486/OLand 40m South East of
35 Flough Road
Corbet
Banbridge
BT32 3SU

Site for dwelling on a farm.Hugh Mayne
33a Flough Road
Banbridge
BT32 3SU
James Mayne
35 Flough Road
Corbet
Banbridge
BT32 3SU
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Policy CTY1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and policies CTY1 and CTY10 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside and does not merit being considered as an exceptional case in that it has not been demonstrated that the farm business is currently active and has been established for at least 6 years.
23/06/202230/06/2022
LA08/2022/0403/F57 Rathview
Old Newry Road
Banbridge
Down
BT32 4PY
Proposed extension to rear and conversion of existing garage to room.H D Design, 3 Bannview Road
Banbridge
BT32 3RL
Lee & Maxine Williamson, 57 Rathview
Old Newry Road
Banbridge
BT32 4PY
Approval (Objections received)23/06/202230/06/2022
LA08/2022/0509/FThompson Aero Seating Ltd
1-13 Lincoln Walk
Seapatrick
BT32 4PX
Proposed alteration and extension to existing aircraft seat factory to provide dynamic testing facility with associated stores, preparation area, control room, external plant platform for condenser units and ancillary plant rooms.Tate Stevenson Architects Ltd Studio 1
Rawdon Court
Moira
BT67 0LQ
Thompson Aero Seating 50 Seagoe Industrial Estate
Portadown
BT63 5QE
Approval (Objections received)23/06/202230/06/2022
LA08/2022/0329/OProposed site for dwelling and garage on lands adjacent and 20m North-East of No. 25 Blackwatertown Road
Tirgarve
Armagh
BT61 8EZ
Site for dwelling and garage and associated site worksNI Planning Consultants
45b Magherarville Road
Armagh
BT60 3PP
Seamus Curran
30 Blackwatertown Road
Tirgarve
Armagh
BT61 8EZ
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 1 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 8 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that the proposal would, if permitted, result in the addition of ribbon development along Blackwatertown Road.

3. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 14 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that the proposed development would, if permitted, create a ribbon of development, and would therefore further erode the rural character of the countryside.
23/06/202230/06/2022
LA08/2022/0398/ODrumbeemore Road
Collone
Armagh
BT60 1HP
(50m North West of 33 Drumbeebeg Road and 60m East of 36 Drumbeemore Road)
Site for new dwelling and garage (infill)Tumilty Design
16 Glenvale Road
Newry
BT34 2JX
Mr Joseph Rice
32 Drumbeemore Road
Collone
Armagh
BT60 1HP
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 1 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 8 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that the application site does not constitute a small gap within an otherwise substantial and continuously built up frontage.

3. The proposal is contrary to Paragraph 4.12 of the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland, in that the proposal will have an unacceptable adverse impact on residential amenity by reason of noise and smell.

4. The proposed development is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy AMP 2 of Planning Policy Statement 3: Access, Movement and Parking, in that it has not been demonstrated that the altered vehicular access would not prejudice road safety.
23/06/202230/06/2022
LA08/2021/1104/OImmediately south of 7 Clonmore Road
Dungannon
BT71 6NB
Farm retirement dwellingEmma Wilson 26 Cloverhill
Moy
BT71 7TP
Mr M Molloy25 Derrymagowan Road
Moy
BT71 6SY
Refusal 1. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY1 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside on the grounds that there are no overriding reasons why the development is essential and cannot be located in a settlement.
2. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY10 on the grounds that a dwelling has been approved on this farm under applications LA08/2016/0915/F and LA08/2020/1401/F within the last 10 years.

3. It has not been demonstrated that no dwellings or development opportunities have been sold off from the farm holding within 10 years of the date of the application.

23/06/202230/06/2022
LA08/2021/0833/F690m East of No.4 Vestry Road
Corran
Armagh
BT35 0HL
Erection of 2 No proposed drier units and 1 No energy storage unit that will operate in conjunction with the existing approved wind turbine (as per ref No: O/2014/0529/F). Proposal includes an area of solid hardstanding to accommodate the mobile containers that contain materials to be dried and the relocation of existing approved cabinets (as per ref No:LA08/2020/0433/F) and all other ancillary and / or associated equipment, ducting, cabling and works.Lissan Design 45 Letteran Road
Moneymore
BT45 7UB
Hill Power Ltd Fairbank
108a Slieau Dhoo
Tromode
Douglas
Isle of Man
IM2 5LD
Refusal The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Policy CTY1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Planning Policy Statement 4, Planning and Economic Development Policy PED 2 as it is not in accordance with any of the policies listed therein. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Planning Policy Statement 18 Renewable Energy Development in that the development is not considered a development that generates energy from renewable resources.23/06/202230/06/2022
LA08/2021/0300/OImmediately to the rear (south east) of
16 Castle Drive
Legacorry
Richhill
Armagh
BT61 9QH
Site for dwellingCT Lindsay Chartered Architect
66 Marlacoo Road
Richhill
BT60 1JW
Mr & Mrs Lowe
27 Bellevue Terrace
Richhill
BT61 9QE
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to Policy QD1 of Planning Policy Statement 7, Quality Residential Environments, in that the development does not respect the surrounding context and is not appropriate to the character and topography of the site in terms of layout, scale and proportions.

2. The proposal is contrary to Policy QD1 of Planning Policy Statement 7, Quality Residential Environments, in that he development will adversely impact on the residential amenity of neighbouring properties on the grounds of overlooking and loss of privacy

3. The proposal is contrary to paragraph 4.11 ‘Safeguarding Residential and Work Environs’ of the SPPS, in that the access arrangements for vehicular traffic associated with the proposal would advisedly impact on the residential amenity of 14 Castle Drive, 16 Castle Drive and Whitegables.
23/06/202230/06/2022
LA08/2018/1473/FSite at Crewbeg Road immediately west of 34 Corernagh Road
Tandragee BT62 2DY
3 proposed new sheds to provide welfare for agricultural livestock and feed over the winter. Remainder of site to be used for grazing of livestock.Glenn Massey Architect Ltd
1 Dill Avenue
Lisburn
BT63 5LN
Paul Leathem
2 Beech Close
Bleary
BT63 5LN
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY 8 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that the proposal would, if permitted, result in the creation of ribbon development along the Crewbeg Road.

3. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY13 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that the he site lacks long established natural boundaries or is unable to provide a suitable degree of enclosure for the building to integrate into the landscape.

4. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY14 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that the proposed sheds would, if permitted result in a suburban style build-up of development when viewed with existing and approved buildings; would not respect the traditional pattern of settlement exhibited in that area; would, if permitted create or add to a ribbon of development and would therefore result in a detrimental change to the rural character of the countryside.

5. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY 12 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that it has not been demonstrated that that the proposed sheds are necessary for the efficient use of the agricultural holding or forestry enterprise; will visually integrates into the local landscape and additional landscaping is provided as necessary; will not have an adverse impact on the natural or built heritage; and will not result in detrimental impact on the amenity of residential dwellings outside the holding or enterprise including potential problems arising from noise, smell and pollution.

6. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policies CTY1 and CTY12 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside on the grounds that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and it has not been demonstrated that the proposal is essential for the efficient use of the holding or that there are demonstrable health and safety reasons for the building not being located beside existing buildings.

7. Having notified the applicant under Article 3 (6) of The Planning (General Development Procedure) Order (Northern Ireland) 2015 that further details, details on poultry litter disposal and Air Dispersion Modelling, were required to allow the Council to determine the application to ensure the proposal meets with the requirements of the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy NH2, NH3 and NH5 of PPS2 in that it has not been demonstrated that the proposal will not have an adverse impact on Protected Habitats and Protected Species. The Council refuses this application as it is the opinion of the Council that this information is material to the determination of this application.

8. The proposal is contrary to paragraph 4.12 of the SPPS on the grounds that it has not been demonstrated that the proposal will not have an unacceptable adverse impact on residential amenity by reason of noise, odour and flies.
16/06/202223/06/2022
LA08/2022/0538/O110 metres South of
35 Flough Road
Banbridge
BT32 3SU
Site for 2No. infill dwellings.Hugh Mayne
33a Flough Road
Banbridge
BT32 3SU
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Policy CTY 1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Policy CTY 8 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the countryside in that the application site does not lie within a substantial and continuously built up frontage and does not respect the existing development pattern. The proposal would, if permitted, create a ribbon of development.

3. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Policy CTY 14 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that the building would, if permitted result in the creation of a ribbon of development and would therefore result in a detrimental change to the rural character of the countryside.
16/06/202223/06/2022
LA08/2022/0489/O30m East of 35 Flough Road BanbridgeSite for dwelling and garage.Hugh Mayne
33a Flough Road
Banbridge
BT32 3SU
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Policy CTY1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Policy CTY 2a of Planning Policy Statement 21, New Dwellings in Existing Clusters on the grounds that the proposed development fails to comply with criterion 3 of Policy CTY 2a.
16/06/202223/06/2022
LA08/2021/1357/F60m SE of 64 Glenbank Road
Portadown
Armagh
BT62 3SW
Erection of infill development of 2no. dwellings and detached garages.Daly, O'Neill & Associates Ltd
23 William Street
Portadown
BT62 3NX
Mr & Mrs Jude McCusker
3 Mullavilly Heights
Tandragee
BT62 2LZ
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY 1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY 8 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that the development would, if permitted, result in the addition to a ribbon development along Glenbank Road and the proposal is not considered an exception to policy as it is not a small gap site within an otherwise substantial and continuously built up frontage.

3. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY 14 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that: the dwellings would, if permitted result in a suburban style build-up of development when viewed with existing and approved buildings; the dwellings would, if permitted fail to respect the traditional pattern of settlement exhibited in that area; the dwellings would, if permitted add to a ribbon of development; and would therefore result in a detrimental change to further erode the rural character of the countryside.

4. The proposal is contrary to Paragraphs 4.11 and 4.12 of the SPPS on the grounds that it has not been demonstrated that the residential amenity of the proposed dwellings will not be unduly affected by reason of noise, odour and flies/insects.
16/06/202223/06/2022
LA08/2021/1614/OLands approximately 40m South East of 165 Tassagh Road
Keady
Armagh
BT60 2QN
(with access onto Tullybrone Road)
Site for a detached dwelling and garage and associated site works (infill development)NI Planning Permission
Scottish Provident Building
7 Donegall Square West
Belfast
BT1 6JH
Mr Connolly
165 Tassagh Road
Keady
BT60 2QN
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 1 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 8 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that the proposal would, if permitted, result in the creation of ribbon development along Tullybrone Road.

3. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 14 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that the proposal would, if permitted, result in a suburban style build-up of development when viewed with existing buildings, and create a ribbon of development and would therefore result in a detrimental change to the rural character of the countryside.

4. The proposal is contrary to Paragraph 4.12 of the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland on the grounds that it has not been demonstrated that the proposal will not have an unacceptable adverse impact on residential amenity by reason of noise and smell.
16/06/202223/06/2022
LA08/2022/0283/F29c Tievenamara Road
Keady
Armagh
BT60 3JA
Retention of temporary dwelling on building site and retention of retaining wallArmagh Design
The Breague
73 Lisanally Lane
Armagh
BT61 7HF
Christina McCann
29c Tievenamara Road
Keady
BT60 3JA
Approval (Objections received)16/06/202223/06/2022
LA08/2022/0320/F85 Upper Darkley Road and outbuilding immediately South of 85 Upper Darkley Road
Darkley
Armagh
BT60 3BS
Extension and alterations to outbuilding to form guest (granny) annex to include an extension of curtilageArmagh Design
The Breague
73 Lisanally Lane
Armagh
BT61 7HF
Conor Nugent
85 Upper Darkley Road
Darkley
BT60 3BS
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to Policy EXT 1 (Paragraphs 2.8, 2.9, 2.10 and 2.11, and Annex A49) of the Addendum to Planning Policy Statement 7: Residential Extensions and Alterations, in that the proposal would, if permitted, constitute a self-contained unit of accommodation in addition to the existing dwelling.

2. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 1 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

3. The proposal is contrary to Paragraph 6.73 (“The conversion and re-use of existing buildings for residential use”) of the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy CTY 4 of Planning Policy Statement 21: Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that the building is not a suitable locally important building.
16/06/202223/06/2022
LA08/2019/0266/O60m south of 13 Ballyscandal Road
Armagh
BT61 8BL
Site for erection of 3 enclosed individual log cabins, to provide self catering tourism accommodation.Patrick McElmeel
6 Abbey Park
Armagh
BT61 8BB
Refusal1. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy CTY11 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that it has not been demonstrated that the farm business is currently active, the proposal does not involve the re-use or adaptation of existing farm buildings, and the site is not satisfactorily integrated with an existing group of buildings.

3. Having notified the applicant under Article 3 (6) of The Planning (General Development Procedure) Order (Northern Ireland) 2015 that further details, by way of detailing which of the Exceptions Tests of Policy FLD 1 the proposal should be considered against, was required to allow the Council to determine the application to ensure the proposal meets with the requirements of the Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland and Policy FLD 1 of Planning Policy Statement 15, and having not received this information, the Council refuses this application as it is the opinion of the Council that this information is material to the determination of this application.

4. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement (SPPS) and Policy CTY13 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside, in that a new building would be prominent feature in the landscape; the proposed site lacks long established natural boundaries and therefore would not visually integrate into the surrounding landscape; it relies primarily on the use of new landscaping for integration; ancillary works do not integrate with their surroundings; and a new building on the site would fail to blend with the landform, existing trees, buildings, slopes and other natural features which provide a backdrop.

5. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement (SPPS) and Policy CTY14 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that the building would, be unduly prominent in the landscape; would result in a suburban style build-up of development when viewed with existing and approved buildings, would not respect the traditional pattern of settlement exhibited in the area; and the impact of ancillary works would damage rural character.

6. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy AMP 2 of Planning Policy Statement 3, Access, Movement and Parking and criterion i) of Policy TSM 7 of Planning Policy Statement 16 Tourism, in that it has not been demonstrated that the proposal can accommodate required, access, parking and servicing requirements.

7. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and Policy TSM 5 of Planning Policy Statement 16, Tourism in that it has not been demonstrated that the proposal meets criterion a), b) or c) of this policy.

8. The proposal is contrary to the Strategic Planning Policy Statement and criterion g) of Policy TSM 7 of Planning Policy Statement 16, Tourism in that the proposed built form will detract from the landscape quality and character of the surrounding area
09/06/202216/06/2022
LA08/2022/0173/O40 metres South West of
No.92 Old Mill Road
Edenderry
Scarva
Down
BT63 6NL
Site for dwelling on a farm including garage and associated site works.Warnock Consulting, 17 Rathfriland Street
Banbridge
BT32 3LB
Jim Hammond, 53 Poyntzpass Road
Loughbrickland
BT32 3PL
Approval (with objection)09/06/202216/06/2022
LA08/2022/0199/OAdjacent East of No.15B, Ballykeel Road, Banbridge
Site for dwelling and garage on a farmDSD Architecture Ltd, 17B Seapatrick Road
Banbridge
BT32 4PH
Mr John O'Neill, 11 Lisnafiffy Road, Banbridge, BT63 6EDRefusal1. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and Policy CTY1 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside in that there are no overriding reasons why this development is essential in this rural location and could not be located within a settlement.

2. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and policies CTY1 and CTY10 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside and does not merit being considered as an exceptional case in that it has not been demonstrated that the farm business is currently active and has been established for at least 6 years.

3. The proposal is contrary to the SPPS and policies CTY1 and CTY10 of Planning Policy Statement 21, Sustainable Development in the Countryside and does not merit being considered as an exceptional case in that it has not been demonstrated that other development opportunities have not been sold off from the farm holding within 10 years of the date of the application.
09/06/202216/06/2022
LA08/2021/1669/FLands off Old Newry Road
immediately to the rear of
No.38 Thorndale
Banbridge
BT32 3XS
Erection of 2 semi detached dwellings in substitution of single dwelling on site 13 previously approved under LA08/2017/1476/F (amended plans).McAdam Stewart Architects Office 32
Banbridge Enterprise Centre
Scarva Road
Banbridge
BT32 3QD
Dunmore Construction 3 Main Street
Dundrum
Newcastle
BT33 0LU
Approval (Objections received)09/06/202216/06/2022
LA08/2021/0837/FLANDS SOUTH OF NOS. 2-22 BOWENS MEWS
LURGAN
Erection of 4no. dwellings and garages and associated site works. (amended address)Donaldson Planning, 50a High Street
Holywood
BT18 9AE
Finnard Developments Ltd, 19 Church Road
Portadown
BT63 5HT
Approval (Objections received)09/06/202216/06/2022