Navan can provide the location, the people, the skills, the languages and the services that can offer you an excellent place for your business.
Navan, Ireland’s floral town, located in the heart of the Boyne Valley, is the administrative centre of County Meath. It evolved as a market town at the meeting point of the Boyne and Blackwater rivers and today is a vibrant business centre and shopping destination.
With a current population of almost 30,000, Navan has seen its population grow rapidly as many people have recognised the benefits of country living within easy reach of a large city. It also has a significant population of almost 1,500,000 from a catchment area of within a 45 minute drive.
Navan is situated on one of the principal arterial motorways to Dublin the M3, which links to the M50, the Dublin Orbital Motorway at 36 minutes and at 42 minutes to Dublin Airport.
Navan is also located on the N51, a national primary route which links the town going East with N2 to Derry and the M1 motorway to Belfast and going West with the N4/N5 and the M6 motorway to Galway.
Navan Retail Investment Prospectus
There are many reasons why Navan is an excellent location for your retail business. Navan is a vibrant business town superbly located within County Meath with a retail offering ranging from bespoke shops, family run businesses, specialist food stores and boutiques to renowned department stores, retail outlets, high street brands and Navan Shopping Centre which has over 70 retail shops. With a well-populated, growing catchment area and highly educated workforce, Navan is an excellent choice to locate your retail business with the support of Meath County Council and Meath Local Enterprise Office.
Read our Navan Retail Investment Prospectus to find out more.
‘Our business is varied and specialized, so having all location that allows us to attract well-qualified people with the relevant technical and linguistic skills is critical as we continue to expand our activities. Our office in Navan acts as the company’s headquarters and provides a first-class environment in which to work and its proximity to Dublin and the airport are vital’.
‘From the start Johnstown Business Park, Navan has been the ideal location for contact centre. The environment of the business park is well managed and pleasant to work in. the quality and availability of telecommunications capacity was a key selection factor in the location and the centre has enjoyed 100% service availability from the beginning’,
There are a number of business zones within Navan. The town is served by a widely dispersed fibre optic ring which provides high speed broad band to the town and its business zones.
The principal business zones are:
IDA Business and Technology Park is a 91 acre park located close to junction 8 on the M3 motorway. The park has been developed and maintained to a high standard, which includes existing designs for advanced offices and advanced technology buildings. There are adequate Greenfield areas available for future development with a services infrastructure available to suit manufacturing and international services clients.
As the county town, Navan is a vibrant capital town with a wealth of leisure facilities and activities to suit all ages.
Leisure and Entertainment
A key resource for the town is the Soltice Arts centre which provides a 320 seat regional theatre for performance arts and film, three gallery spaces and a studio space for visual arts.
Navan Library is a first class facility, at the heart of the town, which also offers exhibitions, lectures, meeting areas and special events.
Navan hosts a public swimming pool, a six screen cinema and some of the best restaurants, bars and nightclubs in the county.
There are in excess of 25 sports clubs located in Navan, catering for all ages, varying from rugby, gaelic football, hurling to tennis.
In addition, a wide range of other pastimes and sports are catered for throughout the county including equestrian facilities in a number of locations with Navan Golf Club with its panoramic views and the excellent Royal Tara Golf Club at Tara.
Music, Festivals and Events
The town offers a good range of things to do from live entertainment and festivals to heritage trails and historic sites. Large festival events include the world famous open air rock concert at Slane, the Irish Grand National Racing at Fairyhouse and much more.
Navan lies in the heart of the Boyne Valley, an area of outstanding beauty and history with many famous and important historical locations such as the Hill of Tara, Newgrange, Oldbridge House, Trim Castle and Kells.
Navan has a wide variety of excellent housing choices to suit your lifestyle preferences. Whether you prefer the buzz of the town life or the quiet calm of a rural setting, Navan has plenty of options for you from large detached family homes and semi detached houses to bungalows or apartments.
Navan can offer you and your family a great lifestyle as well as a great location for your business.
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Navan Economic Opportunities Brochure pdf, 2,337kb