The subject property has excellent frontage on the main retail core of Ballynahinch and it can also be accessed from the rear via Windmill Street. At present, part of the site is occupied by a steel portal frame, erected under the previous planning application on the site.
The site is located within the town centre development limit, the portion of the site fronting the Square is zoned as primary retail core and the land to the rear is zoned as white land under the Ards and Down Area Plan 2015.
We understand a number of neighbouring properties have easements and rights of way over the rear of the property leading to Windmill Street.
Offers in excess of £80,000
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Contact: Stephen Deyermond
Contact: Connor James
The subject site is located in the centre of Ballynahinch on The Square. It has excellent frontage on the Square and benefits views across to High street.
Ballynahinch is a small market town with a population of 5,715 as of 2015. It is a popular commuter town and is located 16 miles south of Belfast; it is also within an easy commute of both Lisburn and Downpatrick, 12 and 11 miles respectively.
There are a number of well-respected schools based in the town including Ballynahinch Primary School, Drumlins Integrated Primary School, Assumption Grammar and St Colemans High School.
Term: Assumed freehold or long lease hold
Address: The Square Ballynahinch 13, 14 and 15.
Proposal Replacement of derelict buildings with
new shop and office buildings.
Status: Granted March 2005.