Greg Kavanagh

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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 Just ask Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean of New Generation Homes, which has withdrawn its application for (...)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Developers Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean have withdrawn a controversial planning application to build more than 350 houses and apartments on playing fi(...)

Patrick Crean and Greg Kavanagh, through their company Balark Investments, had sought permission to build nine houses, 24 duplexes and 30 apartments near Oatlands College in Stillorgan.  File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Plans for 63 houses and apartments near Oatlands College in the Stillorgan area of south Dublin, which were opposed by Minister for Transport Shane Ro(...)

Dublin City Council earlier this year raised “grave concerns” over the application by developers  Patrick Crean (left) and Greg Kavanagh: Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Controversial plans for almost 400 houses and apartments on former religious order lands adjoining St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin, have been scaled (...)

Greg Kavanagh founded New Generation Homes, which spent more than €300 million buying up development sites in Dublin at rock-bottom prices at the height of the recession

One of Ireland’s biggest property developers, Greg Kavanagh, founder of New Generation Homes, warned the Central Bank he would spend “tens of millions(...)

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