Greg Kavanagh

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An artist’s impression of the Cabinteely scheme.

A substantial 115-unit housing development in Cabinteely, Dublin 18, has been given the go ahead under the Government’s latest fast-track planning ini(...)

An architect’s drawing of the proposed apartment complex beside the Golden Ball pub in Kilternan.

An application to develop a six-storey apartment block in south Dublin has been refused planning permission by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. (...)

Mercer House flats in Dublin: architects seek their preservation while residents live with the flaws.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Recently, the self-described “Ronaldo of the property market” Greg Kavanagh sought permission to build a block of apartments at the foot of the Dublin(...)

The Golden Ball pub in Kilternan. The view of the Dublin mountains from Enniskerry Road is protected under the Kilternan local area plan. Image: Google Maps

A controversial bid to build a six-storey apartment block in south Dublin is just the “first phase” of development and would be followed by offices an(...)

An architect’s drawing of the proposed apartment complex beside the Golden Ball pub in Kilternan.

Residents in south Dublin have objected to plans for a six-storey Georgian-style apartment scheme at the foot of the Dublin mountains in Kilternan on (...)

O’Shea’s of Clonskeagh, also known as Clonskeagh House. Permission has been sought to demolish the existing bar in favour of a 39-bed guesthouse. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Less than two years after reopening following a protracted legal fight involving Nama, well-known Dublin suburban pub O’Sheas of Clonskeagh is facing (...)

A Marlet image on its website for the proposed development of 115 units on Brennanstown Road in Cabinteely, Dublin 18.

Marlet Property Group has applied for planning permission to build 115 residential properties on one of Dublin’s more exclusive roads. Plans submitt(...)

Pat Crean, chief executive of Marlet Property Group. The site on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, a prime spot in the city’s special development zone, was assembled by forerunner to Marlet, New Generation Homes

Marlet Property Group has won its High Court case against a company linked to developer Johnny Ronan over an alleged “ransom strip” that Marlet claime(...)

The Vintage Cocktail Club, owned by Paddy McKillen Jr’s Press Up Entertainment group

There is a gold rush under way in the sizzling Dublin pubs market, which is swinging like a prohibition-era speakeasy. Sales in bars rose 5.5 per cen(...)

Marlet recently hired property dealer Savills to sell a number of its Dublin development sites to overseas investors before the homes themselves are completed

Marlet property group, formerly New Generation Homes, wants to add 76 apartments to a development where it already has permission for more than 280 h(...)

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