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Kilcock, Co. Kildare – Town Centre Development Site.


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The property comprises a regular shaped site with extensive road frontage on to its northern boundary. The lands are strategically situated on the western perimeter of Kilcock town centre and enjoys frontage to the Royal Canal banks. It is adjacent to and within a short walk of the town square and all amenities such as the train station, church and schools. The property also benefits from its proximity to the newly opened M4 interchange on the Dublin/Galway route.

The site's high profile position together with its zoning make a mixed retail/commercial development appropriate.

The site is being offered for sale by Private Treaty in three lots;

Lot 1 "" Residence on approx. 0.472 acres - zoned "B", Existing/Permitted Residential.
Lot 2 "" Approx. 1.588 acres "" zoned Town Centre.
Lot 3 "" The Entire


The subject property has a mixed zoning under the Kilcock Local Area Plan 2009. The majority of the site is zoned "A", Town Centre (to provide for the development and improvement of appropriate town centre uses including retail, commercial, office and civic use).

The balance of the lands, approx. 0.472 acres, is zoned "B", Existing/Permitted Residential (to protect and improve existing residential amenity; to provide for appropriate infill residential development; to provide for new and improved ancillary services).

The new local area plan is to be adopted in the coming weeks.


The property is being offered with full vacant possession.


LOCATION Kilcock is located to the north of County Kildare and is separated from County Meath by the Rye River. It is situated 19 miles from Dublin adjacent to the M4 motorway. The nearby university town of Maynooth is approximately 4 miles to the East. Kilcock is identified in the Kildare County Development Plan 2005 as being part of a primary dynamic cluster (Celbridge, Maynooth, Leixlip and Kilcock) and given the excellent road and rail connections to Kilcock, it is likely the town will continue to grow and develop and as thriving suburb. The town will undergo major growth within the County Meath boundary due to the zoning of large tracts of land for residential development by Meath County Council and the remaining lands zoned for similar schemes in County Kildare. The 2006 census states that there was a population of 4,100 in Kilcock or 2.2% of the County's total population. This figure will increase dramatically as the zoned land is developed.