Profits at Gannon Homes increase 41pc to €6.19m
Pre-tax profits at Gerry Gannon's building firm, Gannon Homes, last year increased by 41pc to €6.19m.
This followed revenues at the firm increasing by 4pc, from €34.8m to €36.25m.
The company recorded an operating profit of €8.6m and interest payments of €2.49m contributed to the pre-tax profit of €6.19m.
According to the directors the increase in turnover for the year reflects the increased activity in house construction and sales, which is a feature of overall market performance.
During the Celtic Tiger years, Mr Gannon was one of the country's best-known developers and his firm has been making a steady comeback in the housing market in recent years.
The directors state that the company continues to develop stock for sale ,reflecting a confidence in the underlying demand for new homes.
As a result of the legacy from the country's recent economic decline, the company's accumulated losses stood at €115m last year - down from €121.3m a year prior.
Gannon Homes' cash pile last year reduced from €12.4m to €8.4m.
The company last year recorded revenues of €18m from the sales of investment properties.
Numbers employed by the company last year reduced from 26 to 21, with staff costs decreasing from €1.2m to €1.03m.
Mr Gannon and Aidan Kenny are listed as directors and pay to directors last year increased from €55,067 to €56,290.