DescriptionStrategic land bank suitable for a wide range of industries in the Midwest of Ireland.
The Askeaton Land Bank is a strategic national asset comprising approximately 228 acres (92 hectares) near the Shannon Estuary and Limerick City.
228 acres of zoned land available immediately for development to progress the economic, social and environmental growth of the Mid-West Region § A prime greenfield estuarine site on the southern bank of the Shannon Estuary – one of the most valuable natural resources in Ireland.
Site is identified as a Strategic Development Location in the Strategic Integrated Framework Plan for the Shannon Estuary.
Visit www.shannonestuarysifp.ie/askeaton for more details.
Only 10 kilometres to Foynes Port, an EU Ten-T Tier One Port, which handles a range of liquid, break and dry bulk vessels as well as providing warehousing, cargo handling and logistics services, with a minimum water depth of 10.5 metres.
Extensive frontage to existing national primary road (N69). This route connects Limerick City (30km) and Foynes Port (10km).
Road connectivity is due to be further improved with the planned Limerick to Foynes motorway which will bring motorway access to within 700 metres of the site at Askeaton.
Road connectivity with Limerick Southern Ring Road provides access to major cities via Ireland’s motorway network, while linkage with Limerick Tunnel allows easy direct access to Shannon International Airport.
Direct access to Shannon International Airport, which serves major hubs in the USA, UK and Europe daily in addition to airfreight services.
High-speed broadband is available from multiple Telecoms providers.
Features228 acre Freehold landbank | Strategic mid-western location close to established industrial users | Prime industrial development or occupier opportunity of scale | 30 kilometres from Limerick City, and 10 kilometres from Foynes Port | Ideal for large scale industries that need access to regional markets
DirectionsThe lands at Askeaton occupy a pivotal location along the N69 road corridor in close proximity to LimerickCity and Foynes Port, enabling swift movement and heightened efficiency.
The development landbank is located 10km from Foynes Port, 46km from Shannon Airport and 28km from Limerick City – important logistical considerations for supply chain management.
The road infrastructure is due for a significant upgrade with the new Limerick-Foynes road project, which will enhance connectivity.
The Shannon Estuary is one of the most valuable natural resources in Ireland and the Mid-West Region in particular.
The fringe lands and the marine asset offer both space and location for development, activities and opportunities to progress economic, social and environmental growth within the region.
Annual shipping trade on the Shannon Estuary (mainly consisting of coal, oil, bauxite, chemicals, alumina, fertiliser, timber etc.) is in excess of 10 million tonnes per annum and vessels of up to 200,000 DWT are regularly handled.
The following marine based heavy industry infrastructure projects are already located on the Shannon Estuary:
Moneypoint Power Station
Tarbert Power Station
Statutory jurisdiction over the Shannon Estuary lies with Shannon Foynes Port Company www.sfpc.ie
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