Zoned Development Land
27 acres or thereabouts Zoned E1/ E2 (Strategic Employment Zone & General Enterprise and Employment)
5 acres good quality agricultural land
0.42 acres or thereabouts Zoned F1
The land extends to 32.42 acres. It is set out in two divisions. The larger of the divisions is zoned as detailed in the zoning section below. The smaller division is good quality agricultural land which is currently in use as tillage land.
The breakdown of the zoning of the land is detailed below;
27 acres or thereabouts of the land is zoned E1/E2 Strategic Employment Zones (High Technology Uses) & General Enterprise and Employment in the Navan Development Plan 2009- 2015 Variation No.3 (7th October 2019). This zoning "facilitates opportunities for high end technology/manufacturing and major campus style office based employment within high quality and accessible location and provides for the creation of enterprise and facilitate opportunities for employment through industrial, manufacturing, distribution, warehousing and other general employment/enterprise uses in a good quality physical environment".
A 0.42 acre or thereabouts section of the land along the road, to the south-east is zoned F1 Open Space. This zoning "provides for and improves open spaces for active and passive recreational amenities".
And 5 acres or thereabouts is good quality agricultural land.
The Navan Development Plan provides the opportunity to create a sustainable community in this area, providing for residential development, community and recreational facilities and employment opportunities all in proximity to each other.
The main distributor road (LDR6) through the surrounding lands and connecting the Kentstown Road to the Boyne Road is currently under construction and will provide for vehicular access of an appropriate standard and open this area for development.
Navan is the county town and administrative centre of Co. Meath. It is the fifth largest town in Ireland with a population of 30,173 (Census 2016). Specifically, the land ) is located within 5 kilometres of Navan Town Centre and 2 kilometres of Johnstown. The Athlumney/ Johnstown area has seen rapid development over recent years including new residential developments and also the construction of the LDR6 distributor road. The construction of this road opens up this area to further development as detailed in the Zoning section.
This land has the advantage of being well placed located close to the Greater Dublin Area and conveniently to the M3 motorway and the N2 national primary road which provides effortless links to the M50 (the central hub to the national motorway network). Navan's transport network allows fast and easy access to Dublin, Belfast and to the rest of the country.
**All descriptions, dimensions etc. are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers are encouraged to inspect the property for themselves and carry out their own surveys/ investigations.
DirectionsFrom Dublin: Travel the M3 to Navan, exiting at junction 8 (‘Navan South’). Follow the slip road for Navan, keeping left as you exit same. Turn right at the 3rd set of traffic lights crossing the bridge. Continue straight, keeping right at the ‘Y’ junction (R153, signposted Duleek) now travelling on the Kentstown Road. Travel 2.7 kilometres and at the Renault garage take the left turn.and the land is located 650 metres on the left side. GPS co-ordinates 53.652885, -6.644685.