Greg Kavanagh

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Patrick Crean and Greg Kavanagh, through their company Balark Investments, had sought permission to build nine houses, 24 duplexes and 30 apartments near Oatlands College in Stillorgan.  File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Plans for 63 houses and apartments near Oatlands College in the Stillorgan area of south Dublin, which were opposed by Minister for Transport Shane Ro(...)

Dublin City Council earlier this year raised “grave concerns” over the application by developers  Patrick Crean (left) and Greg Kavanagh: Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Controversial plans for almost 400 houses and apartments on former religious order lands adjoining St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin, have been scaled (...)

Greg Kavanagh founded New Generation Homes, which spent more than €300 million buying up development sites in Dublin at rock-bottom prices at the height of the recession

One of Ireland’s biggest property developers, Greg Kavanagh, founder of New Generation Homes, warned the Central Bank he would spend “tens of millions(...)

Down with this kind of thing: Minister for Transport Shane Ross and Cllr Deirdre Donnelly offer their verdict on Cherrygarth development

The woes of the residents of Mount Merrion, Co Dublin continue with the planning approval for 63 residential units (including two four-storey apartmen(...)

A computer generated street view of the Hawkins House/Apollo House redevelopment from OPW and Nama receivers. From Butt Bridge

Plans for the demolition of Hawkins House, Apollo House, the Long Stone pub and the construction of an office scheme up to 48m tall have been lodged w(...)

The docklands site was previously owned by Ronan’s Treasury Holdings before the company collapsed. It has planning permission for a  hotel,  offices and apartments

Property developer Johnny Ronan and Colony Capital have emerged as the top bidders for a six-acre waterfront site at Spencer Dock in the north Dublin (...)

Seán Quinn: “Earning €500,000 per year” in consultancy fees from the businesses he once controlled, according to a report in the ‘Sunday Business Post’. Photograph: Eric Luke /The Irish Times

The Sunday Business Post reports that Seán Quinn, the Cavan industrialist who lost a fortune on Anglo Irish Bank shares, has been “earning €500,000 pe(...)

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(...)

Developers Pat Crean  and Greg Kavanagh  sought permission to build 107 houses and 274 apartments on former playing fields of St Paul’s College in Raheny, Dublin. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Dublin City Council has raised “grave concerns” over plans for almost 400 houses and apartments on former religious order lands adjoining St Anne’s Pa(...)

Led by chief executive Pat Crean (left) and founder Greg Kavanagh, New Generation Homes has spent more than €300 million buying development sites in Dublin. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

When he arrived on the property market five years ago at the trough of the recession, New Generation Homes founder Greg Kavanagh attracted plenty of a(...)

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