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Tornabrattley, Ballyliffin

Asking Price: POA

For sale subject to planning permission

Enjoying beautiful elevated views of Trawbreaga Bay and Glashedy this c.0.59 acre site is being offered for sale subject to planning permission. New planning laws mean that only locals wishing to build here as a principle family home should apply.

This site is zoned ‘Strong Rural Area’ which is defined in the Donegal County Development Plan 2018-2024 as follows;
It is a policy of the Council to consider proposals from prospective applicants in need of
housing within an area defined as Stronger Rural Area, provided they demonstrate that
they can comply with all other relevant policies of this Plan, including RH-P-1 and RH-P2, where the applicant can demonstrate that they comply with one or more of the
following:
Persons whose primary employment is in a rural-based activity with a demonstrated
genuine need to live in the locality of that employment base, for example, those
working in agriculture, forestry, horticulture etc.;
Persons with a vital link to the rural area by reason of having lived in this community
for a substantial period of their lives (7 years minimum), or by the existence in the
rural area of long established ties (7 years minimum) with immediate family
members, or by reason of providing care to a person who is an existing resident (7
years minimum);
Persons who, for exceptional health circumstances, can demonstrate a genuine need
to reside in a particular rural location.
This policy shall not apply where an individual has already had the benefit of a
permission for a dwelling on another site, unless exceptional circumstances can be
demonstrated. An exceptional circumstance would include, but would not be limited to,
situations where the applicant has sold a previously permitted, constructed and occupied
dwelling, to an individual who fulfils the bonafides requirements of that permission. New
holiday home development will not be permitted in these areas.

  • Beautiful far reaching views
  • Subject to planning permission
  • c0.59 acre site
  • Section 47 restrictions
  • Zoned ‘Strong Rural Area’

Ballyliffin village has historically proved itself as one of county Donegal’s best favoured Holiday destinations, not surprisingly due to its 3 fantastic hotels, local convenience store, petrol forecourt and shop together with Nancy’s Barn, a recently opened cafe/ restaurant producing tremendous freshly prepared local snacks. The town also boasts a stunning beach and by no means least the world renowned Ballyliffin Golf Course with its 2 challenging links courses.

By placing the Eircode F93 KN25 for the house directly in front of the field which contains the site into your Smartphone Navigation app you be directed to the plot which will be identified by our For Sale sign.

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