24 BLACKCASTLE SHOPPING CENTRE, Navan, Co. Meath
€650 monthlyOffice to let|700 sq. feet (65 sq. metres)
- Unit Price: €10.00 per sq. m (€0.93 per sq. ft) per month
Available to move in:Immediately
Property Description:AVAILABLE MID FEBRUARY. STUNNING FIRST FLOOR COMMERCIAL UNIT,RETAIL OR OFFICE c.700 sq ft ( 64.3 SQm ) PLUS LARGE REAR PATIO GARDEN c. 450sq ft. LOCATED IN THE
MAGNIFICENT BLACKCASTLE SQUARE SHOPPING CENTRE IN THE NORTH OF
NAVAN. SUPERB OPPORTUNITY FOR A PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SUITE OR
RETAIL USE. THIS STATE OF THE ART OFFICE COMES FULLY FURNISHED AND
HAS BROADBAND CABLED AND TRUNKED.This modern secure state of the
art first floor office c.700 sq ft with a very large rear patio
garden c.450 sq ft. It is only 5 years old and is available on a
short or long term lease. It has been fitted with Broadband in all
3 office rooms (cable and trunked). It is located directly beside
the new Post Office in the magnificent Blackcastle Square Shopping
Centre in the North of Navan.
Superb opportunity for a professional office suite or retail use.
This property has been fitted out to a very high standard including
broadband, burglar alarm, fire and smoke alarms, cat 5 cable,
wooden flooring, and tiled canteen, security gates on patio doors
to Terraced area and excellent office lighting.
There are c.250 free car parking spaces serving the shopping
centre. Services include ESB, Gas available, free car parking,
broadband, communal bin store, management company, CCTV
OFFICE 1 @ rear of unit
4.7 m x 5.8 m = 27.26 m2
15 ft 5" x 19 ft .25" = 294 Sq Ft
OFFICE 2 @ front of unit
4.61 m x 2.63 m = 11.561 m2
15 ft 1" x 8.7 ½" = 125 Sq Ft
OFFICE 3 @ front of unit
4.60 m x 2.18 m = 10.03 m2
15 ft 1" x 7 ft .2" = 108 Sq Ft
The rest of the unit also comprises of tiled hall, tiled bathroom
and cloakroom, hot press, Wooden flooring in all rooms with tiled
Common access with unit No. 25 via a marmoleum covered concrete
The new Blackcastle Square is a thriving neighbourhood/village
shopping centre located in the heartland of rapidly expanding North
Navan and is nestled between the Slane and Kingscourt Roads. It is
an established Shopping Centre for 40 years and lies immediately
adjacent to St. Oliver's Church and National School which has over
600 students enrolled.
The development includes 25-30 businesses anchored by the Spar
Supermarket, Post Office, Zucchinis (fully licensed restaurant),
Pharmacy, Child Care, Launderette, Cleaning Shop, Bookmakers,
Barbers, Hairdresser's, Newsagents, Butchers, Chinese Take Away,
Macari's Take Away, Mizoni's Pizza and Coffee Shop, Beautician,
Photography, Accountant, Medical Centre, Personal Finance.
Navan is Meath's County town and main commercial centre. 50km from
Dublin (only an hour from Dublin). The greater Navan area has a
population of 40,000. Meath is Ireland's fastest growing County.
Navan (An Uaimh)
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 53°39′10″N 6°40′53″W53.6528°N
Dáil Éireann Meath West
Elevation 42 m (138 ft)
- Town 28,179
- Environs 15,855
Irish Grid Reference N872677
Navan ( /ˈnævən/; Irish: an Uaimh, meaning "the cave";
etymology disputed) is the county town of County Meath in Ireland.
It is one of the few places in the world to have a palindromic name
(see list of palindromic places). National legislation was enacted
in 1971 which set the town's name as "Navan" in English. The
population of the urban area of Navan was 3,166 in 2006. The
population of the suburbs was 21,141 in the same year, giving a
combined total of 24,851. The population of the town and its
environs had increased by 28% since 2002. It has a population of
3,710 according to the 2006 census.
- 1 Local government
- 2 Economy
- 3 Railway
- 4 Education
- 5 People
- 6 Sport
- 7 Twinning
- 8 Arts
- 9 Public Art
- 10 See also
- 11 References
- 12 External links
Navan is the county town or administrative capital of County Meath.
Navan is also the name of a Local Electoral Area which includes the
town and adjacent parts of the county. The total population of
Navan Electoral Area was 38,891 in 2006.
Tara Mine, Europe's largest lead and zinc mine is located in Navan.
The town traditionally was famous for carpets (Navan Carpets closed
in 2003) and for a thriving furniture industry (Beechmount Home
Park). Both are now in decline, or have ceased, as a result of the
move away from manufacture to cheaper locations like Eastern
Europe. Nevertheless, Navan has rapidly expanded with the Celtic
Tiger to become a large dormitory town due to its proximity to
The town has a freight only railway line. Navan was a railway
crossroads, with the GNR(I) line from Drogheda to Oldcastle and the
MGWR line from Kingscourt to Clonsilla (on the Dublin to Sligo
line) passing through the town, connecting at Navan Junction.
The GNR(I) line from Navan to Oldcastle and the MGWR line from
Clonsilla to Navan closed in 1963, leaving the lines from Drogheda
to Navan and Navan to Kingscourt in place. A spur to Tara Mines on
the Navan to Oldcastle trackbed was reinstated in 1977.
As of 2005 the railway is solely used by Iarnród Éireann to bring
freight from the local lead and zinc mine, Tara Mines, to Dublin
Port. The line from Kingscourt was used for transport of gypsum
until quite recently but now this line is unused.
A campaign to have the Clonsilla to Navan line reopened, seeks a
commuter service to Dublin, initially via the existing Drogheda
line, and then directly through reopening the direct line to Dublin
via Dunboyne. The Transport 21 plan envisaged the reopening of
Clonsilla services happening in two stages, initially to a park and
ride off the M3 at Pace by 2009 and later extending to Navan by
2015. The first stage of the project as far as Pace, Co Meath was
completed in 2010, and a daily commuter service to Dublin Docklands
Station commenced on 2 September 2010. The second stage of the rail
link to Navan has been postponed indefinitely as a consequence of
cutbacks in the state's infrastructural spend announced in July
St. Mary's Church
Navan has a number of secondary schools both private denominational
and public inter-denominational and non-denominational. St.
Patrick's Classical School is a Roman Catholic boys only school.
St. Michael's Loreto Secondary School and St. Joseph's Secondary
School at the Mercy Convent are both girls only Roman Catholic
convent schools. Beaufort College is a large state owned inter-
denominational vocational school. The Abylity College was a parent
owned non-denominational school.
Navan and the surrounding area has a number of primary schools
including town's Catholic boys' primary school Scoil Mhuire which
was originally run by the De La Salle Brothers. Pierce Brosnan was
a former pupil of St. Anne's Loreto which is situated beside St.
Mary's Catholic Church and near to St. Joseph's Mercy.There are
also St. Paul's, St. Ultan's, and St. Oliver's primary schools.
Scoil Éanna is the town's oldest and largest Gaelscoil. The town's
only Church of Ireland secondary school, Preston School, closed in
the 1970s. It is now the site of the shopping centre in the town.
There is a Church of Ireland primary school known as Flowerfield
School, at Connolly Avenue, a new site. It was originally situated
at the Flowerfield area of the town, on the main thoroughfare to
Drogheda, in a building which has been sympathetically converted
into private accommodation. There is also a multi-denominational
Educate Together primary school in the town, sited at Commons Road.
Year Pop. ±%
1813 3,802 -
1821 3,500 −7.9%
1831 4,416 +26.2%
1841 5,628 +27.4%
1851 3,979 −29.3%
1861 3,865 −2.9%
1871 4,104 +6.2%
1881 3,873 −5.6%
1891 3,963 +2.3%
1901 3,839 −3.1%
1911 3,934 +2.5%
1926 3,652 −7.2%
1936 4,123 +12.9%
1946 4,102 −0.5%
1951 4,271 +4.1%
1956 4,813 +12.7%
1961 5,255 +9.2%
1966 5,907 +12.4%
1971 6,665 +12.8%
1981 11,136 +67.1%
1986 11,929 +7.1%
1991 11,706 −1.9%
1996 12,810 +9.4%
2002 19,417 +51.6%
2006 24,851 +28.0%
2011 28,179 +13.4%
Navan was the childhood home of Pierce Brosnan, who appeared in the
television series Remington Steele and was the fifth film actor to
play James Bond. TV personality Hector Ó hEochagáin, and comedians
Dylan Moran and Tommy Tiernan also hail from Navan.
Other famous Navan people have included Sir Francis Beaufort famous
for his wind scale. His birthplace was removed by the local council
in the 1990s to make way for a road junction.
Brian Byrne, composer, is a native of Navan and is currently living
in L.A. working on film and TV scores. Brian has recently reworked
the theme tune for The Late Late Show and scored the upcoming Irish
comedy movie Zonad.
Leading Trance producer John O'Callaghan is also from the area.
Entrepreneur Ian Clarke, the man behind Freenet, Revver and
SenseArray is also a Navan native.
Dave Murphy of Setanta Sports
Navan Races (September 2007)
Navan is home to many sports teams which have won titles in many
various sports. The town has had major success in the Meath Senior
Football Championship. Pierce O'Mahony's and Navan Gaels are both
defunct GAA clubs. Together they have won 14 Meath Senior Football
Championship Titles. Navan O'Mahony's was founded in 1948 and with
17 S.F.C titles they are the most successful football club in
County Meath. Páirc Tailteann is located in Navan and is home of
the Meath Gaelic football and Hurling teams.
Navan R.F.C. won over 186 trophies in the 1960s and currently
compete in the Leinster League Division 1.
Knockharley Cricket Club were founded in 1982 and are the only
cricket club in County Meath competing in the Leinster Cricket
Union, the clubs most recent success came in 2006 when the 1st XI
won the Middle 2 Leinster Cup defeating Mullingar at North Kildare.
Parkvilla Football Club were founded in 1966 and are the highest
placed football club in Meath playing in the Leinster Senior League
in Senior 1A. They have a very successful schoolboy/girl section
which has consistently won the highest honours in the North Eastern
Counties Schoolboy League. The club were honoured with a Civic
reception by Navan Town Council in 2006 for their contribution to
sport and the community in Navan. Their home ground is Claremont
Stadium, Commons Road, Navan whom they co-own with Navan Athletic
Navan Sports Clubs
Club Sport League Venue Established
Gaelic Athletic Association
Senior Football & Hurling Championship
Brews Hill 1948
Balreask Old 1924
Navan Hockey Club Field hockey
Leinster Division 2
Leisurelink Astro 1991
Gaelic Athletic Association
Senior Football Championship
Simonstown Batterstown 1965
Gaelic Athletic Association
Senior Football Championship
Navan A.C Athletics
Athletics Association of Ireland
Claremont Stadium 1973
Navan Boxing Club Boxing
Irish Boxing Association
C.Y.W.S. Hall 1999
Navan Tennis Club Tennis
Tennis Tennis Ireland
Balreask Old 1976
Parkvilla Football Club
LSL Senior 1A
Claremont Stadium 1966
OMP United Football
Meath & District League
Tara Court Green 1966
Knockharley Cricket Club
Leinster Cricket Union
Navan Road Club Cycling
Other sporting facilities include:
- Aura swimming pool
- Horse Racing, both National Hunt racing and Flat racing, at
Main article: List of twin towns and sister cities in the Republic
Navan is twinned with the following places:
- Bobbio, Piacenza, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
- Broccostella, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy
Railway Street in Navan is the home of the Solstice Art Gallery,
which is run by Meath County Council and leading art exhibitions
are held there regularly.
Meath Arts Group is very active in the area.
Sniomh by Betty Newman Maguire in front of Navan Fire Station. A
sculpture inspired by the movement of water and the merging of the
rivers Boyne and Blackwater.
The Fifth Province by Richard King on the Navan Bypass. A sculpture
symbolising the ideal for the cultural integration of all the
people of the island of Ireland. Composed of four branches and a
central upright stem that symbolises the flowering of hope and
Navan is a burgeoning town on the banks of the River Boyne and is
the administrative town of the county. The Blackwater river meets
the river Boyne on the eastern side of the town at the ancient
Poolbeg bridge. Many beautiful riverside walks are available. Navan
is a great shopping venue with an open air market every Friday.
Navan is the county town of Meath. It provides a ideal starting
point for many of the scenic walks throughout the county. The Boyne
Way begins at the meeting of the Blackwater and the Boyne and heads
east over a disused humpback canal bridge. The canal was built
between 1759 and 1800, but was abandoned in 1923 when it proved
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