At the centrepiece of the proposed housing scheme at Antrim Road, is the historic Chapel of the Resurrection, nestled at the foot of Belfast Castle Estate and Cavehill. The proposed scheme consists of 6 No. large detached family homes, 10 No. townhouses, 16 No. new build apartments, as well as the option of converting the Chapel of the Resurrection into 3 No. apartments or 1 No. single refurbished family home. Most of the units shall have scenic views over either Cavehill or Belfast Lough, and it anticipated that the scheme shall be the most sought after in Belfast. Planning Permission for the scheme is expected shortly.
On the edge of the 'urban fringe', this prime site at Ballymiscaw Road has an enviable location, adjacent to the Stormont Parliament building, and next to the historic Stormont Estate. Close to the prestigious Belmont area, and some of Northern Ireland's top schools, these lands will potentially provide high quality detached and semi-detached homes – with the added benefit of the educational and recreational facilities of the area. Detailed planning representations have been submitted to the Belfast Metropolitan Area Plan.
This proposed site, located on four acres on Upper Dunmurry Lane, is conveniently located to arterial routes into Belfast city centre. Close to both the Stewartstown Road and Old Golf Course Road, the proposed development has planning permission for fifty units – blending large detached houses and semi-detached homes and townhouses – ideal for 'entry-level' buyers.
With an enviable location close to Dublin's famous Phoenix Park and the capital city's Smithfield Market – the area has benefited from significant regeneration in recent years. An added bonus is the LUAS light rail link – which runs right past the front of the property. Plans are due to be submitted to convert 28-31 Benburb Street into a five storey, apartment scheme, over a large ground floor retail unit and basement car park – with 35 upper floor apartments.
This site at 366 Saintfield Road consists of circa two hectares of land in a prime location opposite Knockbracken Healthcare Park, on the outskirts of suburban South Belfast. Benefiting from extensive frontage onto Saintfield Road a main commuter route to Belfast, this site shall be serviced from the existing Knockbracken junction.
Full planning permission is being sought to develop this seven and a half acre site into a superb housing development featuring detached homes, semi-detached and town houses– to meet the ever-increasing demand for residential units in this flourishing Mid-Ulster town. The Castle Road site is easily accessible, on the south-side, urban-fringe of Cookstown, close to the Dungannon Road – yet also convenient to the town-centre with excellent shopping and recreational facilities close by.
The site at Grove Road – on the south west side of Ballymena – has not yet been zoned, but it's anticipated that this will indeed happen in the next plan. Ballymena is a regional growth centre – with increasing numbers of metropolitan commuters moving to the area, which has first rate shopping and leisure facilities. The site affords excellent development potential for the future.
Hightown Road, Glengormley is a superb ……. – spread over 32 acres. Located next to Edmund Rice College and Holybrook Manor, and a proposed new Brooklands Care Home, it is a short distance to Glengormley town centre. Full planning permission is due to be granted for the entire site – to provide in the region of 350 residential units.
Not far from the "Belvedere" site, at Upper Dunmurry Lane, the proposed housing development at Kilwee will consist of a large, medium density residential area over seven and a half acres. With rolling views over the Glenriver Golf Course, and located close to both the Stewartstown Road and the Old Golf Course Road, the Kilwee site has full planning permission for a medium to high density scheme featuring semi-detached houses, town houses and apartments.
This attractive elevated site on the outskirts of this thriving mid-Ulster town, will result in commanding views for most of the proposed residential units. Moneymore Road is the principle arterial route into Magherafelt from Cookstown – with easy access to local primary and secondary level schools – and the recently extended Meadowlane Shopping Centre. Outline planning permission has been granted for residential use – and an application for full planning permission is underway.
One of the group's largest assets in its property portfolio, this one hundred acre green field site runs round the North East of the city, next to the St Lukes and Longstone Hospital site. Planning representation has been submitted to the local Area Plan to have the land zoned primarily for residential use, plus mixed use, commercial and recreational development – to meet Armagh city's high demand for both housing and commercial sites.
The site at Newry Road, Kilkeel features a one and a half acre residential site, next to Brooklands Nursing Homes. It has outstanding views over the majestic Mourne Mountains and undulating countryside. Outline planning permission has been gained for fifteen town houses and twelve apartments – with easy access on to the Newry Road – the main arterial route to the fishing village of Kilkeel.
Located close to the Crumlin Road in the city, this site has been ear-marked for over a high quality housing scheme – an expected mix of semi-detached and town houses.
Located in one of Magherafelt's most prestigious residential areas, the Tobermore Road site consists of four and half acres. Outline planning permission exists for residential development with a planning application due to be submitted for a high quality mixed use residential scheme, comprising detached, and semi-detached homes.
20 Acres of land located on the Donaghmore Road, which is one of the main arterial routes from the town of Dungannon. The town has benefited from strong residential growth over the past number of years and is designated as a main hub in the Regional Development Strategy.
11 acres of land located in the Bay area of Waterfoot, at the foot of Glenariffe, the largest and most majestic of the famous Nine Glens of Antrim. A planning representation has been made to the Northern Area Plan to have the lands zoned for residential use, to meet a much needed demand for housing in the locality.
The Galgorm suburb of Ballymena has proved very popular with house buyers. These 30 acres of land are well placed to take advantage of the future western expansion of the development limit and the ongoing demand for quality residential developments in this area.
The site comprises of 2 Acres of development land adjacent to Brooklands Nursing Home. Suitable for a variety of uses, it is intended that future development of these lands will complement the existing surrounding Healthcare uses.