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Adapting swiftly and effectively to policy changes
planning permissions secured within 18 months
Environmentally conscious development to reduce our carbon footprint
Incorporating sustainable heating systems and sustainable travel in our schemes
Providing commercial & residential spaces to accommodate some of the largest companies in the world
sq ft of office space
The Charlemont Exchange building, situated on the Grand Canal in Dublin 2, consists of 89,118 sq ft of Modern Grade A office Space, over seven floors.view project
Located in one of the most popular residential locations in Dublin, Harolds Cross, Mount Argus is a proposed development of 180 apartments.view project
Proposed development of 220 apartments within 9 residential blocks.
St Clare's is part of Ireland’s largest PRS (Private Rented Sector) portfolio - "Dublin Living" comprising approximately 1,205 units.
See www.dublinliving.com for further information.
With a number of sites across Dublin to date and a significant pipeline of further opportunities, we specialise in complex acquisition structures with the potential for immediate day 1 value uplift.
Our team work with a wide range of external consultants and architects and input on acquisition feasibility studies through to planning applications. Marlet has achieved 32 planning permissions over the past 18 months.
We work across all stages of the development process, including site by site financial appraisals, developing financial forecasts, and on-going reporting to the Board and external funders.
Our in-house planning team takes these sites through scheme design and navigates a path through the complex planning process that operates in Ireland.
With our in-house development experts, we have extensive experience of managing residential schemes and substantial commercial build programmes, Marlet holds strong relationships with all major PQS’s and external contractors.
We are constantly challenging ourselves to respond to the changing dynamics that inform how we should construct the homes and spaces we provide, new building techniques, more technology integration, less car parking, more green energy, less environmental impact.