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  • Title: M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: .. A World Class Business Campus.. M1 Business Park is an expansive development located on the M1 motorway, part of the designated Euro Route EO1, linking the ports of Larne and Rosslare via the capital cities of Belfast and Dublin.. M1 Business Park, a world class business campus, will provide accommodation on 165 acres for a range of occupiers from industrial and distribution to motorway services and science / technology users.. M1 Business Park.. Balbriggan,.. Co.. Dublin..  ...   emphasis on the all-Ireland economy, M1 Business Park is the perfect distribution point to serve Ireland nationally.. M1 Business Park has the strategic advantage of being located on all four corners of the Motorway Junction 5, providing for motorway frontage of approximately 2.. 4 km and ensuring that it is one of the most highly visible and accessible Business Park locations in the Greater Dublin Area.. The M1 corridor is the booming economic powerhouse of the eastern seaboard..

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  • Title: Masterplan - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
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  • Title: Downloads - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: Downloads.. Brochure.. Zone D Insert.. BC2 Unit Insert.. Autumn 2009 Newsletter..

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  • Title: News - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: M1 Business Park, Co.. 165 acre Business Park providing high quality warehousing, distribution, logistics, trade park, restaurants, hotel and petrol filling station opportunities.. High specification units from 1,215 sq m to 70,000 sq m.. 10 minutes easy access to Dublin Airport, Port Tunnel and M50.. News.. 03/10/08.. Permission Granted for New Business Park on M1..

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  • Title: Top 5 Reasons - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: 5 Reasons To Choose The M1 Business Park.. LOCATION / ACCESSIBILITY.. M1 Business Park is in an ideal strategic location.. Only 10 minutes from Dublin Airport and the proposed Metro North, it benefits from air links to 198 national and international destinations.. It is ideally placed on the M1 linking Dublin and Belfast and just 12 minutes from the M50 ringroad and Dublin Port Tunnel.. MASTER PLANNED.. M1 Business Park has been meticulously designed to the highest specification, combining contemporary features and functionality.. Units have deep yards and excellent loading space, with a good range of both dock and level access doors.. In this flexible working environment, your ‘Just in Time’ operation will be able to perform at full strength, making your business more time efficient and cost effective.. SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION.. Treasury Holdings use high  ...   the northern Greater Dublin Area shows that there is an adaptable, diverse labour pool ideally placed for M1 Business Park.. Indeed, Fingal County in which M1 Business Park is located,.. is the fastest growing county in Ireland.. A STRONG PROPERTY MANAGER/DEVELOPER.. Treasury Holdings believe in positive asset management.. Most property developers have only a transient interest in the buildings they create.. Treasury Holdings works differently; often retaining a long-term stake in our developments and the areas around them.. Dedicated project and property management teams oversee the building process, subsequent use and occupation of the site on behalf of high profile customers from Brooks to PWC.. We act as long-term landlords and are driven by the needs of our customers.. Once you move into a Treasury Holdings building, you will find we don’t just mow the grass!..

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  • Title: Contacts - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: JOINT AGENTS.. DEVELOPMENT MANAGER.. CB Richard Ellis,.. Connaught House,.. 1 Burlington Road,.. Dublin 4, Ireland.. Contact: Garrett McClean.. T: +353 1 618 5500.. F: +353 1 668 2991.. E:.. garrett.. mcclean@cbre.. com.. www.. cbre.. ie.. Jones Lang LaSalle,.. 10/11 Molesworth Street,.. Dublin 2,.. Ireland.. Contact: Nigel Healy.. T: +353 1 673 1600.. F: +353 1 679 5147.. nigel.. healy@eu.. jll.. joneslanglasalle.. Treasury Holdings,.. Dublin 4,.. T: +353 1 618 9300.. F: +353 1 618 8389.. info@treasuryholdings.. treasuryholdings.. com.. DISCLAIMER: The particulars and information contained in this brochure are issued by CB Richard Ellis and Jones Lang LaSalle on the understanding that all the negotiations are conducted through them.. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of the particulars and information they do not constitute an invitation to treat, an offer or a contract of any nature whether express or implied.. All descriptions, dimensions, maps, plans, artists’ impressions,  ...   specifically advised to undertake its own due diligence (at its own expense) to satisfy itself as to the accuracy and/or correctness of the particulars and information given.. None of Jones Lang LaSalle, its employees, agents or affiliate companies, makes any warranty or representations whether express or implied with respect to the particulars and/or information and which are to the fullest extent permitted by law, disclaimed; furthermore, such parties accept no liability in respect of any loss suffered by any intending purchaser/tenant or any third party arising out of the particulars or information.. Prices are quoted exclusive of applicable taxes such as VAT (unless otherwise stated) and all negotiations are conducted on the basis that the purchaser/lessee shall be liable for any applicable taxes or VAT arising out of the transaction.. 165 acre Business Park providing high quality warehousing, distribution, logistics, trade park, restaurants, hotel and petrol filling station opportunities..

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  • Title: Location - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: Ideal Location.. Various important national transport routes pass through the area: the M1 motorway linking Dublin to Drogheda and Northern Ireland, the M50 that forms a ring road around the City and the Irish Rail link that connects coastal towns to Dublin.. The link with Dublin Port through the Port Tunnel has been a phenomenal success and the impending Metro that will pass through the South Fingal  ...   by the significant infrastructural developments that have taken place in the locality but also by ESRI estimates for the Fingal and Louth areas which show a combined population growth to 280,000 by 2010, thus providing a ready pool of available labour.. Fingal is officially Ireland’s fastest growing county and the area of Dublin undergoing the greatest expansion.. It now makes up 5.. 6% of the national population..

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  • Title: Masterplan - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: Zone D..

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  • Title: News - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: Permission Granted for New Business Park on M1.. Treasury Holdings announces plans to invest €50m in the development of almost 10 hectares in North Dublin.. Friday 3rd October 2008.. Fingal County Council has granted planning permission for a new ten hectare Business Park strategically located on the M1 motorway, (Belfast / Dublin) South of Balbriggan.. Treasury Holdings, one of Ireland’s largest and most successful private property companies, will invest €50m in the development.. Based on the main economic corridor between Dublin and Belfast, the development will offer a convenient location with easy access to the M1 motorway.. It will also provide rapid access to Dublin City, Dublin Airport and Drogheda and Dublin Ports, the two main ports on the eastern seaboard.. Mark Pollard Director of Development, Treasury Holdings said, “Competition in Irish business is now more important than  ...   will be sure to attract a range of occupiers such as light industrial manufacturers, wholesalers, warehousing and storage companies,” he concluded.. The development situated at Courtlough, Rowan’s Road, Balbriggan will offer warehousing and distribution development, including ancillary offices and staff facilities totalling 36190.. 9 sq.. m.. It will comprise of up to 12 units, in individual buildings, ranging in size between 1,027 and 5,786 sq.. A total of 533 car parking spaces will be included in the development.. Larger buildings can be accommodated on adjacent zoned lands.. Quoting rents are between €9 and €11 per sq ft depending on size and specification.. Garrett McClean of CBRE and Nigel Healy of.. Jones Lang LaSalle.. are the joint letting agents for the development.. For further information:.. Murray Consultants 01 498 0300.. Olivia Buckley 087 629 8113.. Aoibheann O’Sullivan 087 629 1453..

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  • Title: Location - M1 Business Park, Dublin, Ireland
    Descriptive info: An Experienced Workforce.. Fingal has a large and educated working population of 81,285 between 15-44 years old.. The population has steadily increased over the last 10 years and the surrounding towns of Balbriggan and particularly Swords have experienced a very significant population boom, with further major expansion planned.. Fingal remains Ireland’s  ...   32.. 2, significantly younger than the present national average of 35.. 6.. The 25-34 age category, known as the ‘commencers’, or those likely to be first time buyers, has risen by 46% since 2002.. The Fingal County Development Plan up to 2011 underpins sustainable development of communities and facilities in Fingal..

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