The park has the benefit of a number of strategic pieces of infrastructure including a natural gas supply line, mains water and a high voltage direct 110kv connection to the national grid with a site owned substation / transformers.
The T50 fibre route network runs along the main Dublin / Wexford rail line which adjoins the site and the Avoca River runs through the property with an average daily flow of 100 million litres.
The lands also have the benefit of a private canal and a private duct extending into the Irish Sea at Arklow Harbour with extending into the Irish Sea also at Arklow Harbour. In addition, planning permission is in place on a 4.25 hectare (10.5 acre) portion of the site for a simple cycle gas turbine peaking power station which is valid until March 2019.
This is a significant land bank situated approx. 5 km northwest of Arklow town and just 4 km from Junction 20 on the M11 which provides continuous motorway / dual carriageway access to the M50, to Dublin Airport and the Dublin Port Tunnel. The location also provides easy access to the southeast and to Rosslare harbour.
Included in the 81 hectares (200 acres) is approx. 41 hectares (102 acres) of zoned land of which approx. 28 hectares (69 acres) has been developed and includes approx. 26,000 sq. m. of warehouse and office accommodation. There is approx. 53 hectares (131 acres) of undeveloped land at the park, of which approx. 13 hectares (33 acres) is zoned.
According to Gavin Butler of the sole selling agents, Savills: “It is rare for commercial land banks of such size and scale to come to the market. Whilst benefitting from excellent access to the M11 via Junction 20, the land is very secluded, nestling unobtrusively in the vale of Avoca. The extent and range of infrastructure in-situ makes this land bank ideal for end users and investors in the energy, recycling and IT / datacentre sectors”.
The land is for sale by private treaty at a guide price of €10 million.