Record demand along Ireland’s busiest transport artery is drying up land supply
In the absence of any newly-zoned and serviced industrial land, the Naas Road distribution hub will soon have nowhere to expand to
Dublin’s primary transport artery is the Naas Road/M7 corridor. It flows through South Dublin County Council and is the main national, commercial and distribution route connecting Dublin to all main urban centres.
As the national economy has expanded and grown since the 1960’s, so too has the Naas Road corridor, starting originally at its city end near Inchicore and now expanded to the well-established commercial business parks such as the 620-acre Citywest, Baldonnell (180 acres) ...