As an industry leader, we believe it is our responsibility to provide the safest and healthiest places for people to live, work, and thrive.
We are committed to creating environmentally friendly places, built for today and designed to last.
Engagement towards carbon neutrality
Our main goal is to reshape Dublin’s urban landscape by creating industry-leading and sustainable residential and commercial developments that last and become part of the city’s identity.
As one of Ireland’s biggest property developer, we believe it is our responsibility to lead the way, support and guide our contractors and partners to build the safest and most sustainable places.
Our combined actions can help transform Ireland’s built environment and reach our common goal to become a carbon neutral sector.
Building on strong foundations
We are constantly challenging ourselves by running rigorous audits to identify opportunities to further improve our performances and minimise our carbon footprint.
We set ourselves ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions across our residential and commercial portfolio and divert waste from landfill by reusing and recycling materials during the construction process.
We work hand-in-hand with Ireland’s best architects and contractors and use cutting-edge design to ensure that our developments are at the very top of the our industry, and benchmark ourselves against international best practices.
Green Acre Grange to become one of Ireland’s first Blue Roof residential developments
As we continue to investigate new ways to enhance our sites and achieve the highest ...
17th June 2021
Marlet continues to expand its environmental push by incorporating waste compactors in residential developments
Following a successful pilot scheme in Mount Argus, Marlet is to introduce AES Bord Na ...
28th April 2021
Marlet CEO Pat Crean joins the Irish Green Building Council’s #BuildingLife campaign
We are delighted to announce that our CEO, Pat Crean, is now an ambassador for ...
1st April 2021
Dublin-based street artist Kinmx reveals spectacular mural on Sir Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin-based artist, Kathrina Rupit, also known as Kinmx, just revealed Dublin’s latest street art ...
16th May 2021
Marlet joins IGBC’s Environmental Product Declarations campaign
We are delighted to announce that we recently joined the Irish Green Building Council’s ...
15th March 2021
The Sorting Office receives LEED Platinum Certification
The Sorting Office, Marlet’s recently completed office development, has been awarded a LEED Platinum ...
25th November 2020
Charlemont Exchange receives LEED Gold Certification
Marlet’s first commercial development, Charlemont Exchange has been awarded a LEED Gold Certification by ...
9th February 2021