According to an article in the Irish Times, Quintain Ireland’s plans for the construction of up to 9,000 new homes and 55,740sq m (600,000sq ft) of commercial space in Dublin and the greater Dublin area are moving forward with the appointment of several key personnel to its management team.
The article in the Irish Times reports that Donal Kellegher is taking the position of development director, and will lead the delivery of Quintain’s Adamstown project which includes a new town centre, and 4,000 residential units across five neighbourhoods. Other appointments include, Amy Lee as senior development manager and Helena Kelleher as senior manager of sales and marketing.
The full article is in the Irish Times here.
Quintain is the London developer behind the transformation of Wembley Park in north west London. Established in 1992, Quintain acquired its interest in Wembley Park in 2002. To date, the 85-acre development has seen over £2bn invested and welcomed over 14 million visitors last year and 3,500 residents. The site currently comprises The SSE Arena, Wembley which Quintain refurbished and reopened in 2006; Boxpark Wembley; London Designer Outlet, which includes 70 high street outlet stores, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and a 9‐screen Cineworld cinema; a 361 room 4 star Hilton Hotel, Premier Inn Hotel and 1,750 new homes. Brent Civic Centre was built in 2012 and Wembley Stadium, owned by the FA Group, is a close neighbour