DESCRIPTION & LOCATION The subject lands comprise c.33.33 acres in a single holding and whilst currently used for agricultural purposes, the lands form part of a larger holding zoned for development. A large section of the neighbouring lands have secured an extension to a previous grant of planning permission for a Business Park (planning reference: 09/803 - Louth County Council). The Ramada Resort Dundalk, which has been upgraded in very recent times, is located opposite the proposed entrance to the aforementioned proposed Business Park. The subject lands are approximately 2.5 km from Dundalk, the administrative capital of the North East and located midpoint between the two capitals on the East Coast Economic Corridor. Whilst there is no direct access onto the M1, travelling in the opposite direction provides ease of access to Dundalk's inner relief road offering numerous alternative routes to the lands. Having benefited greatly from the development of superb infrastructure, Dundalk is now only approximately 45 minutes' drive time to both airports and 20-minutes to the deep-sea port of Greenore, Co. Louth. ZONING The subject lands are currently zoned: "Employment Mixed Use', which permits for the following: commercial car park, car showroom, conference centre, crèche, light or heavy industrial, recycle facility. The following are also open for consideration: abattoir, allotments, cash & carry, cemetery, church, community facility, funeral home, garden centre, hostel, hotel/motel, medical surgery, motor sales/repair, petrol station, restaurant/café. These lands offer an astute purchaser fantastic medium to long term development potential with mains services and high levels of capital expenditure already in place.
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With obvious further development potential this trophy retail outlet comprises 1,308 sq.m. / 14,080 sq.ft. of fully fitted open plan retail, together with ancillary storage, administrative offices and separate delivery facilities and all on a c.0.55 acre prime site. Existing neighbouring and surrounding buildings range between 2 to 4 storeys in height providing a superb opportunity to increase on the plot ratio of the existing building / site. By virtue of the fact that the property also benefits from a private Carpark and has road frontage onto Park Street, Riverlane and Ramparts road, ensures that any future construction is logistically less constrained than most town centre redevelopments. This extensive retail unit, in its current condition, is ready for immediate occupation with all main services connected and already laid out and fitted for retail purposes.
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Planning for a Two storey building comprising medical centre at ground floor level & 2 no. apartments at 1st floor level and all associated works.
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These lands are located immediately north of Drogheda Business & Technology Park which is situated just off the Donore Road interchange on the M1 Motorway. The Donore Road is one of the busiest routes connecting Drogheda town centre to the M1 Motorway and is already a very well established mixed use commercial center with existing developments in the immediate vicinity that include "Drogheda Retail Park" which is in very close proximity and boasts a host of branded retailers including Homebase, TK Maxx and Harvey Norman. Whilst currently in agricultural use, these superbly located and well laid out lands have an existing right of way access due north to the Rathmullan Road but the more obvious potential for development access is via the existing "Drogheda Business & Technology Park".FULL DETAILS >
This superbly located c.5.35 Acre Residential Development Site is perfectly laid out due to recent site assembly around the curtilage of the site, is predominantly level topographically and is now generally rectangular & square in shape with well-defined boundaries therefore optimising internal development layout with no land waste and also enjoys extensive road frontage onto the "Red Barns Road", one of Dundalk's most sought after residential addresses with a proven and consistently strong sales record. Although located in an urban area, the site enjoys an element of a rural setting enjoying uninterrupted views of the Mourne mountains as the lands directly opposite are all in agricultural use due to their restrictive development zoning which only permits for "Strategic leisure".FULL DETAILS >
ZONING: - Under the terms of the Meath County Development Plan, 2013- 2019, for the Drogheda Southern Environs, this site is zoned: "To facilitate opportunities for high end technology/manufacturing and major campus style office based employment within high quality and accessible locations". Permitted uses include Bio Technology Manufacturing, Call Centres, Childcare Facility, Convenience Outlet, Green/Clean Light Industries, High Technology Manufacturing, Information Communication Technologies, International and National Traded Services, Knowledge Based Economic Development, Offices 100 to 1,000 sq.m., Research & Dev, Science & Technology based Enterprise, Telecommunication Structures, Water Services/ Public Services and open for consideration uses: Conference/Event Centre, Education (Third Level), Enterprise/Training Centre, Gymnasium,Hotel/Aparthotel, Industry-Light, Restaurant/Café.FULL DETAILS >
Laid out in a single holding and generally rectangular in shape, the subject lands are currently in grass and are of a fair quality. Also together with some adjoining lands, the property is zoned for "Strategic Land Reserve" under the current Development Plan governing the area.FULL DETAILS >
Comprising 0.87 acres, the site benefits from permission to construct 12 No. 3 Bed dwellings and forms part of a larger site which provides for a number of additional private individual sites.FULL DETAILS >
Comprising c.1.15 acres, contained in two separate lots which lie adjacent to each other. One lot comprises an irregular shaped development site contained in Folio LH6940F extending to c.0.42 acres whilst the other has direct frontage onto the shore extending to c.0.73 acres. The site and an adjoining site together previously had planning permission for a residential development. This has since expired and an extension of this planning was refused in November 2013.FULL DETAILS >