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c.3.18 Acres, Donore Road, Drogheda, Co. Louth

High Profile Commercial Zoned Lands


ZONING: - Under the terms of the Meath County Development Plan, 2013- 2019, for the Drogheda Southern Environs, this site is zoned: "To facilitate opportunities for high end technology/manufacturing and major campus style office based employment within high quality and accessible locations". Permitted uses include Bio Technology Manufacturing, Call Centres, Childcare Facility, Convenience Outlet, Green/Clean Light Industries, High Technology Manufacturing, Information Communication Technologies, International and National Traded Services, Knowledge Based Economic Development, Offices 100 to 1,000 sq.m., Research & Dev, Science & Technology based Enterprise, Telecommunication Structures, Water Services/ Public Services and open for consideration uses: Conference/Event Centre, Education (Third Level), Enterprise/Training Centre, Gymnasium,Hotel/Aparthotel, Industry-Light, Restaurant/Café.


Town/Area: Drogheda

County: Louth


REA Gunne Property

Tel: 042 9335500



As per Planning Ref SA/30165, planning permission was granted for a 120 bedroom hotel extending to approximately 7,213 sq.m / 77, 633 sq ft and which also comprised additional hotel facilities including bar & lounge, restaurant, conference / meeting / function rooms, leisure centre and 319 car parking spaces.


This development site is situated at the entrance to Drogheda's IDA Business & Technology Park. It has excellent profile to the Donore Road which is one of the busiest roads connecting the M1 Motorway and the town centre. Located opposite Drogheda Retail Park (Homebase, TK Maxx, Harvey Norman etc), and adjacent to Boyne Cars showrooms, this high profile commercial site is accessed by means of a spur off the Park's existing estate road.