A new link road at Mullinure Lane in Armagh city is nearing completion.
And with it, the first phase of a multi-million-pound housing development, will begin in earnest before the end of this month.
Images below show the scale of the development and the finishing touches being put to the road.
The road will join the A3 Portadown Road at a new four-arm roundabout (at Drumadd Road) and will terminate at another new roundabout at the north end where the new road will rejoin the existing Mullinure Link.
This first stage consists of a total of 55 homes – 50 semi-detached and five detached – under the working title of ‘Deanery Demesne’.
It will sit south of the old railway line – and adjacent to the potential new £30 million Armagh Leisure Village.
The first houses are expected to be ready before the end of the year, with an early November date muted by the developers.
Hannath Estate agents in Portadown are the selling agent.
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