Whatever your business...make it Dunshaughlin
Dunshaughlin can provide the location, the people, the skills, the languages and the services that can offer you an excellent place for your business.
Dunshaughlin is a thriving satellite market town in South Meath, located at Junction 6 on the M3 motorway which connects to the capital.
The town has grown over the past number of years with a current population of almost 5,600 and with 110,000 people within a 15 minutes radius of the town. It also has a significant population of almost 1.6 million from a catchment area within a 45 minute drive.
Dunshaughlin is situated on one of the principal arterial motorways to the capital, which links to the M50, the Dublin Orbital Motorway at 30 minutes and at 39 minutes to Dublin Airport.
“Conveniently located in Dunshaughlin, we are well positioned to service our clients in our Dublin network and nationwide. Dunshaughlin is easily accessible to motorways north and south, Dublin Airport and ports. Creating a balance between work and life has been a key component to Brochure Broker and its success. Flexibility of working locally eliminates long commutes and allows our staff to experience the luxury of easy access and lots of parking. Dunshaughlin offers all the requirements to run a business”
Dunshaughlin Business Park offers high quality landscape environments to suit all sizes of operation from small/medium to large scale facilities.
Languages & Skills
Multinational companies operate on a global basis and require staff with multilingual languages skills to support their operations. Dunshaughlin 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 details of these figures. In particular, with the arrival of the E.U. Food and Veterinary Office, a mult-national and multilingual governmental office came to the area.
Dunshaughlin is a busy, lively town with many shops and amenities, offering its residents a variety of things to do, whether their interests lie in live entertainment, festivals, events, heritage trails or historic sites.
Leisure and Entertainment
Dunshaughlin has a large public Library. This is a first class facility at the heart of the town containing both an adults and children’s section. It offers an excellent array of services including Adult’s and Junior’s Book Clubs, story time for children, English Conversation Classes for adults for foreign nationals, basic internet sessions and much more.
The town has in excess of 19 sports clubs, including Killeen Castle Golf Course, the venue for the Solheim Cup 2011.
Rathbeggan Lakes activity centre, catering for all ages, is located on the environs of the town.
Dunshaughlin with the adjoining village of Ratoath also has a strong association with horse racing, in particular National Hunt racing.
Music, Festivals and Events
The area has played host to a variety of festivals and events, most noteworthy, the biennial golf tournament for professional women golfers, the Solheim Cup 2011.
Dunshaughlin is close to 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.
Dunshaughlin 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, Dunshaughlin has plenty of options for you from large detached family homes and semi detached houses to bungalows or apartments.
Dunshaughlin can offer you and your family a great lifestyle as well as a great location for your business.
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