Trim can provide the location, the people, the skills, the languages and the services that can offer you an excellent place for your business.
Trim is a vibrant and flourishing market town located on the river Boyne and is the administrative centre for south west Meath. It is a thriving town where many activities, historical and cultural, regularly take place.
Trim has enjoyed steady growth in its population of 9,000 and there are 37,000 people within a 15 minute radius. In addition, it has a significant population of 1.3 million people within its catchment area of a 45 minute drive time.
Trim is located on regional road R154, which connects with the M3 at junction 5 which links to the M50, the Dublin Orbital Motorway at 46 minutes and at 43 minutes to Dublin Airport.
“From the outset, Trim has been a great business location for Barchester and we have experienced good access to a quality workforce, the majority of whom are based locally. Other employees who are living in the region are able to take advantage of the well developed road and motorway network.”
Trim has three business zones with a range of workspace and mixed use units.
Companies operating on a global basis require staff with a broad range of language skills to support a multilingual business. Trim has a wide range of nationalities living locally and can offer more than 37 languages spoken as mother tongue within its catchment area. See the brochure below for more detail on these figures.
The town offers its residents a wide mix of activities from live entertainment to festivals, heritage trails and historic sites. The town offers a fantastic selection of shops, bars and cafes, as well as high-quality hotels which all offer a warm welcome to business.
There is a strong sense of community spirit evident in Trim. Trim is a town that cares about the quality of its streetscapes. It has enjoyed success in the national “Tidy Towns” awards, being overall winner on 3 occasions. While in 2012, Trim was recognised as the top litter free town in the county by the Irish Business against Litter Organisation. Trim has also been judged as one of the top ten tourism towns in the county by the Irish government’s tourism board, Failte Ireland.
Leisure and Entertainment
Trim Town library offers an excellent facility at the heart of the town containing both adults and children’s sections. It also offers Children Challenge, Crafts and Painting classes for children, Story Time and Fun hour, an adult book club and a children’s Book Club.
Trim offers excellent sports facilities with a wide range of sports being catered for. The town offers 19 sports clubs, including a large public swimming pool, Trim GAA club and Trim American Football Club, and County Meath Golf club located just outside the town.
Music, Festivals and Events
Large Festivals events include Trim Car Show, Haymaking Festival and Royal Meath Show every year.
The town is home to Western Europe’s largest Norman Castle, which was built in the late 12th century following the Norman invasion of Ireland’s eastern seaboard. Trim Castle was used in the film “Braveheart”.
Trim has 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, Trim has plenty of options for you from large detached family homes and semi detached houses to bungalows etc.
Trim can offer you and your family a great lifestyle as well as a great location for your business.
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Trim Economic Opportunities Brochure pdf, 1,431kb