Lisnafillan lands in Galgorm is made up of 38.5 acres of agricultural lands which border the Ballymena Development Limit within the Mid and East Antrim Industrial and Economic Land Monitor 2018. The subject site sits alongside developed industrial lands and is situated within close proximity to the Galgorm Industrial Estate, which is zoned for industrial use.
The village of Galgorm is home to significant business activity, ranging from start-up and grow-on businesses within the Ballymena Business Centre, to large export focused companies such as Wrightbus and the Galgorm Group.
The site presents an exciting development opportunity in close proximity to existing industrial lands with any proposed development subject to relevant planning permission being obtained.
Subject site requires planning permission.
The site falls within the NI Gas Supply Network with provision for domestic and commercial gas supply in the area. The site is also serviced by Northern Ireland Electricity Networks. Northern Ireland Water is responsible for all domestic and commercial water and sewage services in the area.
- Access to Michelin Development Fund providing grants for international companies setting up in the area with a viable expansion proposition to create sustainable jobs;
- Strong manufacturing track record in the area, including access to existing manufacturing supply chain and skilled labour;
- MEA ranked No.1 in Northern Ireland for processing planning applications. On average 7 weeks processing time, well within the NI target of 15 weeks;
- Wrap-around business support programmes available through Mid and East Antrim Borough Council including; Business growth mentoring, planning policy advice and support, skills academies and a property investment programme;
- Invest NI business growth support programmes including access to mentoring, financing and export markets;
- Strong links with academic institutions including Queens University, Ulster University and industry focused Regional Colleges.