A superbly located development site in Dungannon has entered the market with planning permission agreed for construction of a petrol station, supermarket, five retail units and creche.
The site, which was formerly the site of Dungannon Meats Abbatoir on the Coalisland Road extends to an approximate 1.59 acres and includes the adjoining dwelling house at 2 Oaklea in the sale.
The subject site is currently listed at a sale price of £1,295,000.
The listing agent states: “Planning permission has been granted for the demolition of existing abattoir and erection of new local neighbourhood, shop, workshops, forecourt and canopy and creche”.
In 2021, Tyrone I reported the imminent approval of the plans and the need for such a development citing the design and access statement, which states: “It is proposed that this deli will draw daily business from the local residential areas and morning and lunch-time trade for the numerous large businesses and schools within easy access of the site”.
According to the statement the agreed plans the creche will be able to accommodate up to 24 children and employ three or four staff with the workshop units accounting for about a third of the entire site across some 6,000 sq ft floorspace.
The petrol station forecourt will include six fuel pumps with ample parking provision.
According to the listing agent the buildings currently on site requiring demolition comprise of mixed accommodation of stores, offices, chills etc.
Prospective buyers should contact Maneely & Co. Ltd. Dungannon.