BOYNE BUSINESS PARK, GREENHILLS Rd, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Price on ApplicationCommercial site for sale|10,019 sq. feet (931 sq. metres)
Property Description:10,000 sq ft site zoned commercial with 17 car park spaces in situ.
Boyne Bridge Business Park is an exceptional new multi-faceted Business Park located just off the M1 motorway in Drogheda, Co. Louth. The Business Park has an unrivalled location with direct access to the M1 at the iconic Boyne Bridge, which is fast becoming a national and international landmark.
Boyne Bridge Business Park will provide approximately 74,000 sq. m. (800,000 sq. ft.) of business space over approximately 16 Hectares (40 acres) to cater for a range of enterprises from small start up operations to large logistical firms and office based organisations.
Landmark office buildings will be situated along the park' s main thoroughfare, which will form part of the proposed Port Access Northern Cross Route. These will be flanked on both sides by smaller ' starter units'... and larger warehousing facilities, all of which can be built to the occupier' s specific requirements. Boyne Bridge Business Park will also benefit from a range of on-site amenities such as a service area, which will include a caf , deli and convenience store
The combination of infrastructural changes, developments in transport, improved connectivity and the growing population underpin the opportunities for business in the North East.
Boyne Bridge Business Park is strategically placed on the main M1 motorway linking Belfast and Dublin on the North- South trade corridor. It has enviable transport links that connect it to Drogheda, Dublin, the North East, Northern Ireland and Europe by road, rail, air and sea. One third of Ireland' s population live within a 50 minute drive of Boyne Bridge Business Park.
Dublin Airport and the Port Tunnel is less than a 30-minute drive while Belfast International Airport is 70km to the North. The M1 and the upgrading of the Newry-Dundalk dual carriageway have increased road access from North and South. Drogheda railway station has links to all of the major regional destinations including high-speed intercity rail connections to Dundalk, Newry, Belfast and Dublin.
The development of a new port access road at Drogheda Port and the construction of a new deep-water port at Bremore between Drogheda and Balbriggan will further enhance the reasons why national and global enterprises will want to locate at Boyne Bridge Business Park.
Drogheda is the 10th largest town in Ireland and is one of the fastest growing. Situated at the gateway to the Boyne Valley, Drogheda has been designated as a primary development centre in the National Spatial Strategy and has benefitted from considerable investment and excellent infrastructural development. Companies who have chosen to locate in the North East include CRH, which operates Ireland' s largest cement manufacturing facility to the south west of Drogheda, Xerox, DIAGEO, which operates the second largest brewery in Ireland after St James' s Gate, Hanlon transport, Heinz, Irish Life and Bank of Scotland.
A PLACE TO WORK & LIVE
One of Ireland' s most historic towns, Drogheda has undergone significant growth in recent years. Over 7,000 new homes have been approved adjacent to the Boyne Bridge Business Park development, which will bring an extra population of approximately 17,500 to the immediate area. Census 2006 indicated Drogheda' s current population at 35,000, a figure set to double in the coming years. The population of Louth/North East Meath is predicted to rise to 100,000 by 2024.
Daft Property Shortcode:http://www.daft.ie/580716
Date Entered/Renewed:30/9/2013 (67 days ago)