Wednesday October 28, 2020

Kavanagh and Ronan firms in legal battle

Developers face off in war over €42 million Dublin Docklands site

15th May, 2016
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Greg Kavanaghs Balark and Johnny Ronans Chambury are locked in a dispute over freehold interests in lands worth millions of euro in the Dublin Docklands. Kavanaghs New Generation paid 42 million for the Hickey site Pic: Collins/Feargal Ward

A company controlled by New Generation Homes founder Greg Kavanagh called Balark has sued Chambury Ltd, a company controlled by Johnny Ronan’s Ronan Group Real Estate.

The legal case is one of a number of battles facing New Generation, which paid €42 million for the so-called Hickey site in Dublin’s Docklands.

Kavanagh’s company sued Chambury after the Ronan company issued a forfeiture notice for various alleged breaches of covenant of its...

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