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Lands at Branganstown, Kilcock, Co Kildare

Refreshed on Jul 21, 2021
Savills Commercial Development
Savills Commercial Development
Tel: 01 618 1300
PSRA Licence No. 002233
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The property comprises greenfield development lands extending to approximately 3.22 hectares (7.97 acres) accessed through existing residential developments, including Royal Meadows and Chambers Park. The lands are predominately regular in shape and the topography of the lands is mainly flat. In addition to the 7.97 acres which are outlined for indicative purposes on the maps and aerials throughout, the common areas and roads within Phase 1 will also be included within the sales boundary. The lands are bound by Oughterany Village Phase 1 to the west, greenfield lands and Kilcock GAA to the north, greenfield lands to the east, and greenfield lands and the M4 to the south.


Excellent residential development opportunity extending to approx. 7.97 acres Planning permission for 66 no. dwellings (12 detached and 54 semi-detached) Located adjacent to Royal Meadows and Chambers Park Situated approx. 1km southeast of Kilcock town centre Located along the route of the Royal Canal Greenway, due to be extended by 2023 Adjacent to Maynooth Town, which is home to Maynooth University (NUIM) Highly accessible – M4 (J9) and Kilcock Train Station located nearby Common areas and roads within Phase 1 included within the sales boundary

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The lands are well located approximately 1km south-east of Kilcock town centre and adjacent to the well-established residential developments of Oughterany Village, Royal Meadows and Chambers Park. The lands benefit from proximity to an array of local amenities and services in Kilcock. In addition, three local Primary Schools, a local Secondary School as well as a number of crèches and naíonra are located within a short distance, while sporting amenities are also plentiful in the area, including Kilcock GAA sporting grounds located adjacent to the lands. Kilcock is an increasingly popular commuter town, located approximately 35km west of Dublin City Centre. There is a direct rail service to Dublin from the train station, which is located approximately 1km to the north of the lands while the M4 (junction 9) is located within 3km.


John Swarbrigg