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New Generation to build major social housing project

27th September, 2015
Arklow developer Greg Kavanagh

New Generation, the developer backed by €370 billion asset fund M&G, is to build the only substantial development of social housing since the property crash.

The firm, run by Kerry businessman Pat Crean and Arklow developer Greg Kavanagh, plans to deliver 169 Dublin homes in total - 27 houses and 142 apartments - as well as leisure and community centres, which it hopes to complete in the first quarter of 2017, if approved by planners.

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