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Approx. 18 acres, (7.28 ha) with development potential, Batterstown, Co. Meath



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• Obvious future development potential
• Positioned in Batterstown village centre
• Excellent road frontage to two public roads
• The lands are ideally located with easy access to the M50, M3, Dublin airport and Blanchardstown with the M3 Parkway train station less than 5 minutes away
• Of interest to developers, investors and those seeking an investment with growth prospects

Batterstown is in the townland of Rathregan, approx. 23km northwest of Dublin and approx. 5km off the M3 Cavan motorway on the Dublin/Trim Road (R154 regional road). The village is serviced by Bus Eireann and is within easy access to the M3 Parkway.

The subject lands are located in the centre of Batterstown with good frontage to the R154.

The lands are mentioned in the Draft Meath County Development Plan, 2020 – 2026 under the;

09. Rural Development Strategy

9.1 Introduction
Meath is home to a diverse range of land uses including agriculture and equine industries, centres of local food production, recreational and tourist activities, established villages and rural housing. These combine to provide both residents and visitors with a quality environment to live, work and enjoy.

9.1.1 Land Use Zoning
All areas outside the development boundaries of all settlements listed in Volume 2 and the rural nodes listed in this chapter, have a Rural Area (RA) land use zoning objective. This objective seeks to protect and promote in a balanced way, the development of agriculture, forestry and sustainable rural-related enterprise, community facilities, biodiversity, the rural landscape, and the built and cultural heritage.

The rural nodes have a land use zoning objective Rural Node (RN) which seeks to provide for small scale infill residential development, small scale employment opportunities, community facilities and supporting services serving local needs while maintaining the rural nature of the node.

For the purposes of rural housing assessment in the Rural Area (RA Zone) and the Rural Node (RN Zone) a rural pressure areas map has been prepared. This map identifies two rural housing category areas- Rural Category 1- Areas under Strong Urban Influence and Rural Category 2- Strong Rural Areas.

Please refer to Chapter 11 Development Management Standards and Land Use Zoning Objectives, for more information on uses permitted in Rural Areas and Rural Nodes.

There is a mains water service adjacent to the lands.

Additional Information
• Super free draining lands which are all in grass
• Excellent road frontage to Trim – Batterstown Road (R154) and the Batterstown – Maynooth Road (L2215)
• Suitable for any agricultural enterprise
• Prime parcel of lands in two divisions

Auction Details
For Sale by Public Auction on Thursday, 21st October at 3pm in the Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. Kildare.

Guide Price
Excess €35,000 per acre.

Strictly by appointment at any reasonable hour.

AMOSS Solicitors, Warrington House, Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2, D02 R256
T: 01 212 0400, E:


Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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