Greg Kavanagh

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Greg Kavanagh: the developer had hoped to build two extra three-bed units on a remaining sliver of a Rathmines  site but has just been refused permission.

Greg Kavanagh, the young, pugnacious New Generation Homes developer, infamously reckons he is the Ronaldo of the Irish property market. Things have go(...)

Yoga  at St Anne’s Park in  Dublin. Local residents may object to the planned development so close to the amenity.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Plans to build almost 400 houses and apartments on former religious order lands adjoining St Anne’s Park in Raheny have been submitted to Dublin City (...)

People taking part in International Yoga Day at St Anne’s Park, Dublin, in summer this year. Photograph: Eric Luke

Concerns have been raised about plans to build almost 400 houses and apartments on lands adjoining St Anne’s Park in Raheny, north Dublin. Developer (...)

The Carlisle Grounds belong to Wicklow County Council. The club has a lease up to 2036 at a minimal annual rent, which requires that the grounds are used for soccer games. Photograph: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Early on Saturday, July 11th, Denis O’Connor, one of the new owners of Bray Wanderers, got a call from the team kit man, Stephen Maguire. There was(...)

Greg Kavanagh, of Arklow, Co Wicklow, claims relations with Luke Keily significantly deteriorated earlier this year and he fears steps may be taken that will prejudice him while he is trying to regularise his shareholding in two companies. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A property developer who says he fears that steps are being taken to deprive him of his alleged right to a half-share of profits from certain develo(...)

Neptune House is on a 2.4 acre site

Croswaithe Developments, a subsidiary of Greg Kavanagh’s New Generation Homes, is amending the planning permission previously obtained in respect of t(...)

The 2.3-acre An Post sorting office at Cardiff Lane in the south Dublin docks area.

Another redevelopment opportunity in Dublin’s south docklands is on the cards following a decision by An Post to sell its 2.3-acre sorting office at(...)

Planning application for mixed-use scheme at site of former Stella Cinema in Mount Merrion

Despite concerns that the Central Bank’s lending limits would deter development, during the month of February planning applications continued to flow (...)

Minister for  Environment Alan Kelly: in October he announced developers would no longer be able to “buy their way out” of social housing obligations, but would be required to provide less social housing, at 10 per cent. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin City Council is seeking money instead of social housing in two of the largest residential developments planned for the city since the property (...)

Arklow builder Greg Kavanagh has applied for permission to build 22 houses on the sites of Genazzano and Villa Maria on Harold’s Grange Road, Rathfarn(...)

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