DescriptionTwo Storey Industrial Unit (Derelict),
Close to the Hub of Nenagh’s Main Commercial Activities.
Zoned: “Town Centre” (Nenagh Town and Environs Development Plan 2013 – 2019). Land Area: 0.0509 Acre/0.0206 Ha
Located in a mixed use Residential and Commercial area, close to the heart of Nenagh town centre & near to “Summerhill”, this Property has the potential to be re-developed for either residential or commercial purposes (subject to planning consent).
It is nicely located, in view of Nenagh Castle & St. Marys Church.
The property consists of a two- storey building, formerly with a galvenised roof (this roof is now in complete disrepair). The ground floor measures about 19.2 metres (65 feet) long and 9.14 metres (30 feet) wide. The total ground floor area is approximately 175m2.
As far as we are aware, there are no water or waste services within the building.
However, mains services are available in the general area.
FeaturesNenagh Town and Environs Development Plan 2013 – 2019
Nenagh (population 7,415 Census 2011) is a busy commercial town, located just off the main M7 motorway, running between Limerick and Dublin. The N52 and N65 also places Nenagh at the corridor to the midlands, serving Tullamore, Athlone and Mullingar. This strategic location has evolved Nenagh as an important market town and a strategic business area.
There are a number of key businesses and facilities in the town including Nenagh Hospital, the Arrabawn Creamery, Carey’s glass, Abbey Machinery, Quigleys Bakery, the Civic offices, the Revenue offices and the Court House. Nenagh is the administrative centre for Tipperary County Council.
Nenagh town is also close to the largest lake on the River Shannon - Lough Derg. The town lies to the North of the Silvermines Mountain range and to the East of the Arra Mountains.
Town Centre Zoning:
Policy TC3 Town Centre of The Plan states that: ‘it is the policy of the Councils’ to strengthen the town centre function of Nenagh as a commercial, cultural and living centre’. Two “Town Centre” Strategic Objectives - number 4 & 5 - include:
- To promote the strategic advantages of Nenagh as a location for investment and employment generation and to identify appropriate lands for industrial, enterprise, office and retail uses.
- To regenerate the Town Centre of Nenagh, to ensure it is a centre which is viable and vibrant by enhancing and promoting retail, business and other service provision.
DirectionsDirections, from Nenagh Town Centre:
Drive from Kenyon St or Pearse Street, in the direction of the Borrisokane and Dublin Roads, continuing through the small roundabout (leading from the old Dublin Road), to the Summerhill area. Albany Décor will be on the left and the Nenagh Guardian newspaper on the right. There is a laneway just before Albany - drive up that laneway and the property for sale is the last one on the right. The stone boundary wall in front is part of the St. Mary’s church complex.
Viewing DetailsAll Viewings are Welcome (by Appointment please)
Please Contact Anne-Louise and Naomi at (0505) 24000