550 Enterprise spaces mapped across the AEC
AEC Officers in the 10 Local Authorities throughout the AEC, are surveying available enterprise spaces in the major towns in each county. This initiative, under the guidance of the AEC Taskforce Enterprise Space Working Group, utilises a Collector App, and the AEC Available Enterprise Property Search Portal. Both the App and the Portal were developed by Mayo County Council and are being utilised by all the AEC Officers.
Over 35 towns have been surveyed and more that 550 enterprise spaces have been identified. The enterprise spaces include offices, industrial warehouses, enterprise buildings, and both greenfield and brownfield development and strategic sites. The data collected includes details of the property type, age, size, construction type, ownership/tenancy, services, fit-out standard, car parking, permitted use and the types of premises that are adjoining the property.
The AEC Property Portal, which is unique to the AEC, allows users to search by town, by county, by AEC region, by property type and by category. The search provides users with information that is vital to decision-making, to the re-purposing and development of vacant enterprise stock and to informing strategic town planning.
It is an invaluable resource for potential investors and entrepreneurs seeking to set up a new enterprise, growing an existing business or relocating to the Atlantic Economic Corridor region.
|Leitrim||8||Carrick on Shannon|
|Sligo||23||Ballisodare, Ballymote, Sligo town|
|Mayo||71||Ballina, Castlebar, Claremorris, Knock Airport, Westport|
|Galway City||41||Galway city|
|Galway County||36||Athenry, Ballinasloe, Clifden, Gort, Loughrea, Tuam|
|Clare||229||Ennis, Kilrush, Newmarket on Fergus, Shannon, Sixmilebridge|
|Limerick||24||Abbeyfeale, Kilmallock, Newcastle West|
|Kerry||75||Cahersiveen, Castleisland, Dingle, Kenmare, Killarney, Killorglin, Listowel, Sneem, Tralee|