Toberbride Business Park, Collooney, Co. Sligo
Toberbride Business Park is located in the up and coming commercial hub of the North West. It is on the roundabout that links all the major roads and has substantial road frontage. RURAL RENEWAL TAX INCENTIVE is available on a number of units.
At Kevinsfort we recognise that world class
companies must compete in a highly challenging
environment, using the best of human and
technological resources available.
- Toberbride is the most central business location in the North West
- Substantial road frontage onto main roundabout
- 816 surface car parking spaces
- 80% Rural Renewal Tax Incentive on built units
The park is equipped with very high bandwidth
communication links via all the main carriers.
Major national telecos will offer extensive
fibre supply services to all buildings
Flexible design allowing for the combination of units and the provision of mezanine space
- Choice of purchasing site or having units constructed to clients specification for purchase or lease
- Park zoned for Retail Warehousing
Toberbride has all the services and facilities
of a major hub with none of the congestion, space
limitations or other restrictions. Its unrivalled
location in the North West Region, combined with its
focal point in an area of major industrial
development is further complemented with its
location 9 km east of Sligo on the roundabout at
Collooney providing easy access to the national
transport corridor - it is located along the
major artery route to Dublin (N4), Galway (N17),
Enniskillen (N16) and Donegal (N15).
Europe or the rest of the world is fast and easy.
Strandhill Regional Airport is less than 10 minuets
away with daily flights to Dublin International
Airport providing direct flights to over 50 European
and US destinations daily. Main line rail and
commuter access is at Collooney station.
Sligo is the largest town in the northwest of the
country and is designated by the government as a
‘national gateway’ under the National Spatial
Strategy. It serves as the retail hub for a huge
catchment area, including towns like Ballina,
Carrick-on-Shannon and Donegal, and also enjoys
cross border trade from places like Derry Enniskillen, and Omagh. The
2006 Census population in the Sligo urban area was
20,429, with 58,178 in the county. However, given
the absence of other large urban centres in a
regional context, the catchment population is
approximately 236,000 with over 40% of this in the
15-44 age bracket.
Phone: +353 (0)71
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