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While Brexit is seen as denting construction growth in the UK, Breedon sees ‘particularly strong growth’ in the Republic both this year and next. Photograph: iStock

British construction materials company Breedon saw revenue rise 153 per cent in Ireland in the first half of 2019 on the back of its acquisition of No(...)

Kevin Lagan with  sons Peter (middle) and John

Belfast construction entrepreneur Kevin Lagan has acquired a majority stake in a UK manufacturer of timber frame structures for an undisclosed sum. (...)

David Jelly and Marc Rafferty, co-founders of Property Bridges, which aims to ‘unlock the property market for investors’

Lagan Investments, a fund founded by the North’s biggest house-builder, Kevin Lagan, has taken a 10 per cent stake in peer-to-peer lender Property Bri(...)

Previously, FastHouse workers built 466 holiday homes for the Center Parcs resort in Co Longford.

A Derry offsite construction company owned by businessman Kevin Lagan has agreed deals for three projects in the greater Dublin area. FastHouse, a s(...)

Northern Ireland has seen an upsurge in visitors on the back of the success of the Game of Thrones - this stained glass installation at Belfast City Hall was set up to mark the success.

From a £12 million investment in a new manufacturing facility by Terex Corporation, one of the North’s longest-established US inward investors, to amb(...)

FastHouse has announced the completion of its contract to build lodges at the Center Parcs resort in Co Longford. Pictured are Sisk senior contracts manager Cormac Fitzpatrick, Center Parcs construction and development director Paul Kent and FastHouse sales and installations director Sean Fox Photograph: Conor McCabe photography

A new venture owned by businessman Kevin Lagan hopes to build 1,500 homes next year and is eyeing areas most hit by the housing shortage. Mr Lagan ha(...)

Lagan Homes website

Businessman Kevin Lagan is launching an investment fund with some of the cash from the €520 million sale of his building materials company earlier thi(...)

The acquisition of the Lagan Group, which includes the group’s cement business in Kinnegad, Co Westmeath, marks the first time Breedon has invested outside Britain, and is its first investment in the Republic.  Photograph: iStock

UK construction materials group Breedon will acquire Belfast-based Lagan in a £455 million (€527m) cash deal. The move will extend Breedon’s geographi(...)