Five key takeaways from Glenveagh’s trading update

The company, which develops starter homes and build-to-rent units, saw revenues fall during the pandemic but still has big plans for 2021

6th January, 2021
Five key takeaways from Glenveagh’s trading update
Bray in Co Wicklow where Glenveagh exchanged contracts for 71 apartments last month. Photo: Leon Farrell/RollingNews

Glenveagh, the listed homebuilder, has published a trading update for the year to the end of December, ahead of the publication of full-year results in late February.

Here are the five key takeaways from the update.

1. Revenues take a hit

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