The site is a former commercial yard located on Cecil Street and is a mixture of hardcore and paved surface. The site is adjacent to the newly refurbished leisure centre. It is a flat and regularly shaped site which measures 0.38 acres.
The site is located within the town centre limit and is zoned as white land on the Banbridge/Newry Mourne Area Plan 2015.
Offers in excess of £200,000
All prices, outgoings etc. are exclusive of, but may be subject to VAT.
Contact: Stephen Deyermond
Contact: Connor James
The subject site is on the outskirts of Newry City Centre and is located at the entrance to the newly redeveloped Newry Leisure Centre. The site is situated in a mixed use commercial and residential area. The main retail core is within easy walking distance of the site. Daisy Hill Hospital and the Newry West Campus of the Southern Regional College are also located a short walk away.
Newry is one of the main administrative centres of County Down and had a population of 26,893 as of 2015. The city is a popular shopping destination and draws large numbers of shoppers and visitors from the Republic of Ireland, as the border is less than 5 miles away.
The city is anchored by two large retail schemes, the Buttercrane Centre and The Quays.
Term: Assumed freehold or long lease hold.
There are no relevant planning applications in relation to the subject site.