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IrelandKildareKildare TownApprox. 0.9 acres, Zoned Commercial, Kildare Town, Co. Kildare

€950,000

Approx. 0.9 acres, Zoned Commercial, Kildare Town, Co. Kildare

1 bath Development Land Refreshed on Jan 19, 2021
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Coonan Property (Maynooth)
Coonan Property (Maynooth)
Tel: 01 628 6128
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� Site extending to approx. 0.9 acres (0.36 ha) � Zoned Objective K1 Commercial to protect and improve existing commercial uses and provide for additional compatible uses � Excellent location adjacent to Tesco Superstore, Kildare Village and the M7 motorway � Of interest to developers, investors and those seeking an investment with growth prospects The subject property is rectangular in shape and fronts onto the R415 and R445, the approach roads into Kildare Town from the M7 motorway interchange. The property adjoins Tesco to the east and its southern boundaries with extensive road frontage to the balance. The surrounding area consists primarily of commercial type property with a focus on retail. Location The subject property is located less than 100m from the Tesco Superstore on the Monasterevin road (R445) and less than 1km from Kildare Village. The M7 motorway is located in close proximity to the property and provides a high level of accessibility nationally and to the surrounding townlands. Travel times include just 45 minutes to Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre, 95 minutes to Limerick City and 2 hours to Cork City. There are regular bus services to Naas, Newbridge, Dublin, Limerick, Ennis and Tralee. It also has access to a first-class rail service for commuters, which is within walking distance of the lands, and includes services to Dublin Heuston (35 mins), Cork (2hrs 30 mins), Limerick (1 hr 30 mins), Portlaoise (23 mins) and Waterford (1 hr 40 mins ). In recent years, Kildare Town has re-invested in its amenities which today provides for a modern community with an established local identity. The town and its surrounding area has a number of unique assets which sets it out as a major international tourism destination, particularly in relation to its significant heritage and cultural features including the Curragh, Pollardstown Fen, the Irish National Stud, Japanese Gardens, the newly developed Curragh Racecourse (home to the 2,000 Guineas and Irish Derby) as well as the historic town centre. Kildare Town can be described as a cosmopolitan community in a backdrop of living history. The County of Kildare and immediate area of the subject lands is typified by the Irish National Stud a unique attraction of outstanding natural beauty and home to some of Ireland's most magnificent horses and stunning gardens can be found. Services Interested parties are invited to satisfy themselves in relation to the availability and adequacy of services. Zoning The lands are located in an area zoned �Objective K1' Commercial under the Kildare Town Local Area Plan 2012 2018. Under this zoning objective the lands are outlined 'to protect and improve existing commercial uses and provide for additional compatible uses'. The purpose of this zoning is to reflect the established mix of commercial and residential uses which have developed historically in Kildare. Any new development in this zone must not prejudice the viability of established land uses within the zone. In this zone it is important to avoid abrupt transitions in scale and use at the boundary of adjoining land use zones and also to avoid developments that would be detrimental to amenity. (Commercial lands have been phased, K1- phase 1, K2 Phase 2) The purpose of lands zoned K1*, to the west of the town centre, is to facilitate the expansion of the Kildare Retail Outlet in accordance with the Design Brief set out in Section 7.6 of this plan. Any development on these lands shall provide significantly enhanced high quality linkages between the retail outlet and the historic town centre and shall increase synergy with the town centre. Any expansion will be required to meet the tests of the Regional Planning Guidelines, 2008 GDA Retail Strategy and the County Retail Strategy assessment criteria, particularly in respect of retail and cumulative impact

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Notice Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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