A Time of Choice
Working remotely is a real option for many people in our country, and it is an option being considered by families in urban communities as they re-consider their work/life balance and the quality of life.
If you are considering a new enterprise or working remotely or seeking new employment out of the city and larger urban centers, Mohill is a choice worth considering. It offers fresh air and open spaces all supported by a community, facilities and amenities. It offers affordable housing and commercial property and space. It is accessible, just 6km off the Dublin/Sligo N4 corridor. It is serviced by broadband and Enterprise Support and Training Centre.
Mohill is not only a place to visit, but a real option for your family as you consider a place to live.
According to the Western Development Commission , in 2020 the population of Leitrim stood at 32,000. The average house price is €131,000. Twentyseven minutes is the average commute and full time weekly childcare fees come in at about €148. With figures like these, no wonder Mohill is a good place to live.
Because of its location in South Leitrim, Mohill is easily accessible from many of the country’s larger urban and business districts. Dublin is 1 hour 45 minutes away. One hour in the other direction will get you to Sligo. With working from home now a viable option, many people are taking the opportunity to eliminate the commute and choose to stay at home where possible.
There are plenty of options for broadband provision in Mohill. You can check out your options on any price- compare website, these will include the usual providers such as Eir, Vodafone, Pure Telecom, Three Mobile, Sky, Virgin Media and Digiweb.
Employment sectors in and around Mohill include tourism, services, agriculture, forestry, horticulture, manufacturing, education, medical and more … all within a short commute of the town.
The Mohill Enterprise Centre offers solutions for those seeking remote working facilities. The centre offers a wide range of training courses and flexible office space. The facilities include technology enhanced training suites, meeting rooms, hot-desking space and a range of smart office space and industrial units.
Further information can be found on www.mct.ie
The Local Enterprise Office in Leitrim can offer guidance and support for new entrepreneurs and existing micro-enterprise and small business owners.
Further information can be found on www.localenterprise.ie/Leitrim/