Patrick Crean

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A national tourism body has claimed  an apartment development  will compromise the visitor experience and views from the Gravity Bar in the Guinness Storehouse (above)

A national tourism body has claimed that an apartment development containing a 13-storey block will compromise the visitor experience and views from t(...)

Conditions imposed by An Bord Pleanála on the Bailey Court project show Marlet must agree plans with Fingal County Council to deal with a risk of subsidence. Photograph: iStock

Conditions imposed on a plan to build 164 homes on the site of a disused hotel already tackle concerns raised by locals in a court challenge to the pr(...)

The proposed 164-apartment development in Howth, north Co Dublin, which is opposed by Labour Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin. Picture: Crekav Trading

Labour Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin is organising support for a judicial review to overturn approval granted for a 164-apartment development in Howth, no(...)

 EU Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager: Nama’s activities did not breach EU rules

Developers accused the European Commission of missing the point after Brussels ruled against their challenge to the Government decision to allow State(...)

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(...)

 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(...)

Five leading Irish property developers have told the European Commission that Nama has been willing to write off millions of euro in loans for certain debtors.

Five leading Irish property developers have told the European Commission that Nama has been willing to write off millions of euro in loans for certain(...)

Luas:  Cherrywood to Bray extension proposed

Falls Road in Rathmichael has long been one of the lowest density residential roads within the M50, but that may soon change. Earlier this year, Water(...)

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 (...)

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 (...)