Brian Gleeson Property are pleased to bring to market this stunning site with sea views in Knockenpower, Ring, Co. Waterford.
All mains services are adjacent to the site. The sale is subject to Planning Permission, see details below: –
In Areas under Urban Pressure and Stronger Rural Areas, in any application for a new dwelling the applicant(s) would be required to demonstrate a Genuine Local Housing Need in accordance with Section 4.10 of Volume 1 of the Waterford County Development Plan 2011-2017. Full documentary evidence to assist in demonstrating this need is required at application stage to allow the informed assessment of said need. The genuine local need criteria set out in Section 4.10 are as follows:
– Persons working full time or part-time on a permanent basis, in a specific rural area who by the nature of the work need to be close to the workplace;
– A son or daughter of an established householder (who has lived in the area for three years or more) wishing to build a permanent home for their own use to live immediately adjacent to their elderly parents to provide care;
– Persons who were born and lived for substantial parts of their lives (three years or more) in a specific rural area, who then moved away and who now wish to return to their home places to reside near other family members, to work locally, to care for elderly family members or to retire; and
– Persons who because of exceptional health circumstances – supported by relevant documentation from a registered medical practitioner and a disability organisation may require to live in a particular rural area or close to family support (or vice versa).
Compliance with at least one of the above criteria is required for the Planning Authority to give favourable consideration for a dwelling in either an Area Under Urban Pressure or a Stronger Rural Area.
Full planning guidelines can be viewed on Rural Housing Pre-Planning Advice Notes, and is available on the Planning page of www.waterfordcouncil.ie.
Please contact Brian Gleeson property for further details on this site.