Wonderful opportunity to acquire a superb town centre development site close to the centre of Newtownmountkennedy. The property is ideally situated in an established residential area just off the main street and adjacent to the centre of this vibrant and expanding town on the M11 corridor. The site is ideally situated just on Church Road Newtownmountkennedy just 100m from the main Street in Newtownmountkennedy. The property adjoins Season Park House to the North and the Season Park residential development to the North and . The site is situated on the Northern side of Newtownmountkennedy, adjacent to St Matthews Church and Fishers of Newtownmountkennedy.
The subject site comprises 1.57 HA (3.88 Acres) of land zoned â€œTCâ€ Town Centre (as per Newtmountkennedy Local Area Plan 2008 to 2018). The land is irregular in shape and predominantly level with approximately 50m road frontage onto Church Road in Newtownmountkenedy. The land is currently under grass for grazing and laid out in two large divisions. The land is currently accessed via a gated entrance onto the main road.
A planning application was granted by Wicklow County Council in 2006 (Ref 05-3014) for â€œa Mixed town centre development - c.372sqm of retail/coffee shop in 7 units c.10187sqm of office accommodation, c. 152.5sqm creche, 73 no apartments/duplex, 144 parking spaces and entrance, access road and associated site worksâ€ subject to 40 conditions. The grant of planning permission was subsequently appealed to ABP and refused (ref ABP 27.218740.
The land is zoned â€œTCâ€ Town Centre under the Newtownmountkennedy Local Area Plan 2008-2018. Town Centre Zoning has the following objective: â€œTo provide for the development and improvement of appropriate town centre uses including retail, commercial, office and civic use, and to provide for â€˜Living Over the Shopâ€™ residential accommodation, or other ancillary residential accommodation. To consolidate and facilitate the development of the central area, and to identify, reinforce, strengthen and promote urban design concepts and linkages bet ...