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Land c. 20.3 Acres, Kingswood Cross, Kingswood, Dublin 22

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82,151 sq.m.

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The lands occupy a high-profile position with easy access onto Junction 7 of the Naas road and are opposite the Kingswood Business Park Situated just 13 kilometres from Dublin city centre and 4
kilometres to the west of Junction 9 of the M50 motorway (Red Cow Interchange). Adjacent occupiers include Honda, Topaz, Allstone, Balfour Beatty and NVD (National Vehicle Distribution). The subject property is located opposite Citywest Business Park, which comprises a 146 hectare campus with a mixture of office, industrial and retail buildings and benefits from facilities such as the Citywest Shopping Centre and LUAS Terminus are also located close to Citywest Hotel, Golf Course & Conference Centre as well as McGettiganTM Hotel. The Naas Road N7 benefits from a very large volume of passing traffic and excellent access to the M50 and the west of Ireland.

This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a high-profile land bank with easy access to junction 2 of the Naas Road/ N7. The property extends to c. 20.3 acres/ 8.21 Hectares of excellent quality land. The lands are currently in agricultural use but there is potential for rezoning in forthcoming South Dublin Development plan which is currently under review. The lands benefit from approximately 680 metres of road frontage to Two roads (Baldonnell Road & Kingswood Business Park Road).

The lands are currently shown as Zoned ‘Objective RU’ on the South Dublin Development Plan 2016 to 2022 ‘to protect and improve rural amenity and to provide for the development of agriculture’, this
plan is currently under review, South Dublin County are preparing a new County Development Plan that will set out the framework to guide future development up to 2028. A large portion of the lands were previously shown as Zoned Objective EP3 To provide for distribution, warehouse, and
logistics and related industry facilities which require good access to the major road network within a good quality environment in the 2010 to 2016 Development plan.