Mr Justice Senan Allen was told on Monday the case had been settled and resolved in its entirety to the mutual satisfaction of both sides. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Well-known developer and businessman Greg Kavanagh and his brother Hugh have settled a High Court action initiated by Hugh over his alleged removal as(...)

An architect’s drawing of the proposed apartment complex beside the Golden Ball pub in Kilternan.

Residents in south Dublin have objected to plans for a six-storey Georgian-style apartment scheme at the foot of the Dublin mountains in Kilternan on (...)

Mansion block-style apartments. One reason cited by developers for shunning apartments in favour of houses is due to the high upfront capital requirement

Four years ago developer Greg Kavanagh was propelled into the spotlight when it emerged that his company, New Generation Homes, had cannily spent a re(...)

Patrick Crean and Greg Kavanagh have parted ways. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Since the surprise announcement last year of developer Greg Kavanagh’s departure from New Generation Homes, the company and its wide array of developm(...)

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(...)

Hillside in Rathmichael: one of the few new schemes which has launched in the area

David Hall, Waterford native and former chief executive of Digicel Jamaica, is planning yet another large-scale property development in Rathmichael, s(...)

New Generation confirmed on Friday that it had hired real estate bank Eastdil Secured to advise the company on the options for a number of its residential sites, including the possibility of a sale. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

New Generation Homes, led by Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean, is weighing the sale of a number of its residential sites to cash in on market demand. The(...)

The European Commission could order that Nama suspend housing plans while it investigates a complaint brought by a group of builders. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Brussels could demand that the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) suspend its plans to build 20,000 houses while officials investigate claims th(...)

Pat Crean and Greg Kavanagh. Mr Crean said the planned new offices were a “unique development”. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

New Generation Homes, the developer led by Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean, will seek permission for a €250 million office and apartment complex in Dublin(...)

The complaint was filed by developers David Daly, Paddy McKillen and Michael O’Flynn, and by Dublin-based companies New Generation Homes and MKN Properties. Photograph: Getty Images

Five leading property developers have told the European Commission that the market for new houses in Ireland is likely to “descend into a state of cri(...)

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