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Glenveagh chief executive Stephen Garvey and head of health and safety Cathal Mooney. Photograph: Fennells

Irish house builder Glenveagh Properties says it will have capacity to deliver 1,000 housing units in 2021 as demand for starter homes defies the ongo(...)

In 2019, CRH chief executive Albert Manifold continued a trend in recent years of topping the Irish high earners’ list, with his total remuneration package rising 13 per cent to €9.31 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The 22 long-standing bosses of the largest Irish publicly-quoted companies saw their pay jump by an average 18 per cent to €2.45 million last year, as(...)

Glenveagh chief executive Stephen Garvey and Cathal Mooney, head of health and safety, at one of the company’s sites that reopened on Monday. Photograph: Fennells

Irish housebuilder Glenveagh Properties started reopening its building sites on Monday. The company said it was reopening 16 construction sites “in li(...)

Glenveagh Properties says continued growth in reservations and a robust balance sheet has put it in a good position for recovery as the company prepares for a return to construction activity.  Photograph: iStock

Irish homebuilder Glenveagh Properties said continued growth in reservations and a robust balance sheet has put it in a good position for recovery as (...)

The stocks failed to make a sufficient recovery from a sell-off in late 2018

The founding directors of Cairn Homes and Glenveagh Properties missed out on receiving millions of euro worth of shares in the State’s two biggest hou(...)

Glenveagh has agreed the sale of 475 new homes for this year so far and hoped to sell a total of 1,000 by December 31st, but said that it was suspending all guidance for investors on its 2020 financial performance for now. Photograph: Fennell

House builder Glenveagh Properties confirmed on Thursday that construction was continuing but said Covid-19 restrictions had slowed the rate at which (...)

The Irish Institutional Property report puts the cost of delivering a basic two-bed apartment in Dublin at €463,000. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The cost of delivering new homes in Dublin ranges from €330,000 for a two-bed townhouse to more than €463,000 for a two-bed apartment, a report by the(...)

Housebuilders concede they cannot produce homes for people on average incomes because building costs here are too high.

It’s assumed almost without question by some commentators that the answer to the State’s housing problem is supply. If housebuilding can be accelerate(...)

The housebuilder has increased its target by 46 per cent from 5,750  to 8,400 homes. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Glenveagh Properties will build 2,650 more homes than it had originally expected between 2022 and 2024, the company said in a trading update on Wedne(...)

Photograph: iStock

Revenues at Irish homebuilder Glenveagh Properties rose more than 200 per cent in 2019 as the number of properties it sold increased and the average s(...)

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