Set in the foothills
of the Sperrins, Cookstown district offers a wealth
of attractive features for potential occupiers. For
the last decade, town centre regeneration has been a
key priority for Cookstown town planners. The result
is a thriving, reinvigorated, market town.
it has numerous historically and architecturally interesting
sites including Ardboe Old Cross, Beaghmore Stone Circles,
Tullyhogue Fort and Wellbrook Beetling Mill.
Cookstown has it’s own Multiplex cinema and the
Burnavon Arts Centre. It has a lively nightlife with many
bars and restaurants.
On Saturdays, the town
centre becomes a bustling mass of shoppers
seeking bargains amongst the many open-air stalls. It's
core multiples, all recent arrivals, are Asda, Tesco,
Supervalu and Lidl. A new large shopping complex is
also nearing completion in the very centre of
facilities have seen huge improvement in recent years,
culminating in the local council recently opening state-of-the-art
sports facilities centre on the edge of town. This compliments
the current modern leisure & swimming facilities
in the local leisure centre.
There is a wealth of schools and colleges, with a new
‘integrated’ school and new college currently
being constructed. Loughry Agricultural College continues
to expand into different areas of expertise. The construction
of a new 'police'
college is still in the discussion stage.
infrastructure continues to show signs of improvement.
With both motorways between 10-15 minutes drive away,
Belfast is a mere 1-hour away. In fact, being so central,
almost all N. Ireland towns and cities are within an hour’s
drive. Belfast International, Belfast City and Derry City
airports are less than an hour’s drive. Dublin Airport
is 1 and ¾ hours away.