Tobertoby, Clogherhead, Co. Louth. With lapsed PP for 14 Holiday Homes
This land previously had planning permission for 14 Holiday Homes (Louth County Council Planning no. 84181)- which has now lapsed. This spectacular site offers a great opportunity to Investors to secure prominent lands with excellent tourist potential.
The land has a beautiful aspect and rises east to west, affording excellent seaward views throughout. The beach frontage, of approx. 115 meters is spectacular and is a great asset and a haven in itself.
Prominently located with excellent road frontage of 155 meters on the country road (R166)- the Termonfeckin to Clogherhead Road, but it also has more impressive and extensive road frontage of 534 meters (1,752 feet) or (0.33 miles) onto the side road, commanding the entire frontage from the crossroads to the beach.
The site commands one of the few available entry points to the beach along the South Co Louth Coastline.
This beach, known as Tobertoby Bay Beach, is one of the most popular areas for day trip visitors to the beach, with throngs of cars and beach goers availing themselves of the golden sands and low tides, summer, and winter alike.
The access to the public beach – is currently quite restricted and limited – it is very narrow! The site is ripe for an overhaul and is long overdue to be opened - up to create greater public access, with car parking, toilet access and disability access, and amenities. This land therefore affords an excellent opportunity to open-up this fine asset to contribute to access for all.
Also situated along this country road, along the northside frontage, sits several private houses, a large caravan park (c. 184 stands), a smaller caravan park (c 45 stands) plus holiday home lets.
This prominent property offers a rare investment opportunity.
Census & Population Growth:
With the recently publicized strong upward growing population, as indicated by both the census and the recent growth along the Drogheda North Cross Route, with the imminent development of 7,000 houses, (c 20,000 population growth) which will mean that residents will need better access to Irelands great free outdoor facilities and seaside. This site stands prominently and noticeably as such a gateway to providing same.
This fabulous beach stretch in one, long unspoiled, glorious strand, stretching 2.53km to the north to Clogherhead Village and 4.95km to the south all the way to the Boyne Estuary.
This land previously had planning permission for 14 Holiday Homes (Louth County Council Ref no. 84181). This has now lapsed.
It may also suit – (Subject to the relevant planning – If necessary):
It should also be considered for:
Sale: We will consider several sales options –