Greg Kavanagh

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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(...)

Thornhill House: elegant property off the Cherrygarth estate was previously advertised for rent at €7,000 a month

In spite of consistently strong local opposition in Mount Merrion, developers do not seem deterred from applying for new schemes around this pricey lo(...)

Charlemont Exchange office complex at Dublin’s Charlemont Place, adjacent to the Hilton Hotel

Balark Investments, which is a subsidiary of the Marlet Property Group, has emerged as the buyer of Blocks A, B and C of the Charlemont Exchange offic(...)

Origin chairperson Rose Hynes.

When it comes to women directors on listed company boards, the needle is stuck on the dial. Apparently, 12.5 per cent is not just the corporate tax ra(...)

New Generation Homes’s Patrick Crean (left) will take control of the new business as Greg Kavanagh (right) departs.

New Generation Homes founder Greg Kavanagh is parting ways with the high-profile property management and development company and his long-time busine(...)

 Patrick Crean and Greg Kavanagh outside College House, Townsend Street, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

New Generation Homes, headed by Greg Kavanagh and Patrick Crean, has been granted a time extension by Dublin City Council in respect of an ongoing pla(...)

Patrick Crean and Greg Kavanagh: their firm has ivated about €300 million on suitable sites. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Builders are no strangers to planning disputes. Just ask Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean of New Generation Homes, which has withdrawn its application for (...)

Property developers Patrick Crean and Greg Kavanagh sought permission from Dublin City Council to build 86 houses and 270 apartments on playing fields surrounding St Paul’s College secondary school, next to St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Developers Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean have withdrawn a controversial planning application to build more than 350 houses and apartments on playing fi(...)

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