Justin Bickle

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Justin Bickle, CEO, John Mulcahy, chairman and Stephen Garvey, COO of Glenveagh in Dublin before agm. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Homebuilder Glenveagh Properties could join the race to develop the Poolbeg site in Dublin, which has planning for 3,500 homes. Speaking after the g(...)

 Justin Bickle, Glenveagh Properties chief executive, John Mulcahy executive chairman, and Stephen Garvey chief operating officer. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

An influential adviser to big investors in Glenveagh Properties has criticised the publicly-quoted homebuilder’s lucrative stock plan for its three to(...)

Glenveagh chief executive Justin Bickle  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Builder Glenveagh Properties is seeking permission to build more than 270 apartments on a site in Cork under the fast-track planning scheme for new ho(...)

Glenveagh Properties warned we may be ‘living in an era where housing will never outstrip demand’. Photograph: iStock

The private sector may never be able to build the 35,000 housing units needed to meet demand in the Irish market, a leading Irish housebuilder has cla(...)

A construction worker lays a row of bricks on the Cairn Homes Plc Marianella residential construction site in Dublin in November 2016. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Listed builders here will offer about 2,000 new homes for sale or rent this year, some 9 per cent of the total 22,000 dwellings that are expected to b(...)

Glenveagh chief executive Justin Bickle said the past 12 months had been “very productive” for the company. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish builder Glenveagh Properties expects to sell its new homes for between €340,000 and €370,000 this year, having achieved an average selling price(...)

Shrewsbury Road: remarkable turnover of homes on the Dublin 4 road.

The recent sale of Paddy Kelly’s Shrewsbury Road home, Clonmore, marks the last of the property developers to depart Ireland’s top address. Since the (...)

Glenveagh has a landbank capable of delivering 11,370 homes, it says. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Former Nama executive Mary Birmingham has joined Irish housebuilder Glenveagh Properties. Ms Birmingham has been appointed to the position of chief i(...)

Glenveagh said in its first-half report, issued on Monday, that it has spent €479 million buying land for house construction since its flotation.  Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Glenveagh Properties chief executive Justin Bickle has stepped into the market to buy €106,350 of shares in the homebuilder in recent days following a(...)

Glenveagh Properties co-founder and chief executive Justin Bickle at the conpany’s maiden AGM in June. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Recently floated builder Glenveagh Properties has spent €479 million buying land for house construction since it launched on the Irish stock market la(...)

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