Today, Ronan Group is uniquely positioned to create scalable value for its investment partners. Limited availability of debt and equity capital has led to substantially less capable competition to develop much needed commercial and residential property.
We acquire and create high quality assets in prime locations.
Traditionally our business model is to retain and internally manage the commercial assets we develop. Yet shorter hold periods and defined exit strategies have been adopted and delivered when required to ensure aligned interests with partners.
As economic fundamentals have begun to stabilise and improve, the supply of new development remains near record lows. Our intimate market knowledge, relationships with owners, lenders and intermediaries provide a unique ability to deliver development scale with quality and speed.
Ronan Group Real Estate is working with a number of financial partners to restart development activity with an international outlook, targeting markets where the Group has experience and where attractive opportunities exist.
This includes the London market and CBD offices and mid-market housing in Dublin.
The Group has an exceptional track record in property development, particularly in large mixed use schemes in London, Shanghai and Dublin.
The constant evolution of London and the impact of its global capital status rewards creative and visionary developers.
Ronan Group Real Estate’s experience with the Battersea Power Station site, where the Group obtained the largest planning permission in London’s history in 2011 (8.5 million square feet), demonstrates perseverance, ambition and skill beyond the capability of most developers. The Group has strong relationships throughout the London market.
Since the financial crisis started in 2007/8, now over six years ago, almost no new developments of any scale have been started in Dublin.
Employment and output have started to rise again and, in certain sectors and locations, there is growing demand for new property.
Ronan Group Real Estate intends to reinvigorate this moribund landscape.