The subject site comprises grassed open space with the boundaries defined by low railings and accessible via gates together with a number of mature trees on the site.
The site was previously occupied by terraced housing and is broadly rectangular in shape. The land is currently zoned for housing in the draft Belfast Metropolitan Area Plan (BMAP) and has Planning approval granted for 2 schemes. The site is within an area included in the Building Successful Communities initiative and the successful bidder may be eligible to apply directly to the Department for Communities for a Housing Development Grant to subsidise a percentage of the development costs. The subject site is located at the junction of Cliftonpark Avenue and Crumlin Road in North Belfast, approximately 1 mile from Belfast City Centre. The site is located in close proximity to the Mater Hospital, Crumlin Road Gaol Visitor Attraction and Conference Centre and Crumlin Road Courthouse, which has planning approval for a Hotel.
Offers invited in excess of £160,000
c. 032 hectares (0.79 acres)