Lagan Group

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Belfast-born construction entrepreneur Kevin Lagan has been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the Month for June, an award run in associati(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Kevin Lagan has just sold most of his business for € 526 million - in cash - and will retain the homebuilding arm.

A rich list published earlier this year put the combined wealth of the Belfast-born Lagan brothers, Kevin and Michael, at some € 1.3 billion. But the (...)

Breedon Group operates the UK’s largest cement plant.

The UK’s largest independent construction materials company has confirmed it is in talks to acquire “all or a significant part” of the Northern Irelan(...)

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Finance Michael McGrath: the party is seeking that vulture funds buying the loans will have to be fully regulated by the Central Bank

Mortgage plans Plans to offload tens of thousands of mortgages by a number of Irish banks are in jeopardy, according to the Sunday Business Post, as (...)

Navan Retail Park, Navan, Co Meath.

A development company controlled by the brothers behind one of Northern Ireland’s biggest construction empires has seen profit at its joint ventures i(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin. James Elliott Construction has ended two legal cases against Lagan Group subsidiary Irish Asphalt. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

James Elliott Construction (JEC) has ended two cases against Lagan Group subsidiary Irish Asphalt arising from a dispute over pyrite damage after the (...)

The debt at the centre of the winding up petition relates to a High Court judgment JEC obtained against IAL in 2011. That judgment arose from IAL’s supply to JEC of stone infill with excessive amounts of pyrite.

An application to wind up Irish Asphalt Ltd has opened before the High Court. James Elliott Construction has petitioned for appointment of a liquida(...)

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