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  • Writer's pictureCatherine Moore (Local Democracy Reporter)

ARMOY WATER - Plans for water bottling plant and farm shop in rural Co Antrim

Plans for Armoy Water

Views of the proposed facility from the road


Plans have been submitted to Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council for a new water bottling plant in Armoy, County Antrim.


The proposals, submitted by MBA Planning, involve the demolition of existing cattle market buildings on the 1.6 hectare sit on the Coolkeeran Road.


According to the plans, the proposed 3,242m2 bottling plant, with water intake towers and a service yard, would be constructed beside an existing water pumping station on the site.



Retail area entrance at side of building

Retail area entrance at side of building


The plans also include administration accommodation, a car park and outlet retail (labelled in planning drawings as a 'Farm Shop').


The front of the building will consist of an insulated concrete block wall to 3m high, with a painted render finish. The section of wall above this will be a green insulated wall with matching roof panels. Above the front door there will be a weathered timber-faced panel wall.


The proposal will be considered by planners at Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council in the months ahead.



Site plan for the proposed bottling plant

Site plan for the proposed bottling plant

Floor plan for the proposed bottling plant

Floor plan for the proposed bottling plant




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