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ARVIA, luxury canal front condos coming to the shores of Grand Harbour

ARVIA, luxury canal front condos coming to the shores of Grand Harbour

VELA, South Sound - Phase III now available for sale

VELA, South Sound - Phase III now available for sale

San Sebastian, South Sound

Opus I & II, Old Prospect Beach

Lantern Point, Old Prospect

Valencia Heights, Crewe Road


Since its establishment in 2005, Davenport Development Ltd. has consistently delivered luxury housing developments at affordable prices. Balancing stunning design whilst considering busy family life, each Davenport development has been sensibly and thoughtfully crafted to create the perfect family home.

Now on their sixth project, Davenport Development Ltd. continue to maintain high-end design specifications
with their latest development, Arvia in Grand Harbour.





Paul is Davenport’s Principle/ Managing Director. Originally from Ireland, Paul settled in the Cayman Islands in 2001. He earned a Masters Degree in Hospitality Management from Glasgow University, Scotland and has travelled the world running five star establishments. After Hurricane Ivan in 2004 he joined forces with Ken Thompson to establish Davenport Development Ltd., where he has since been the driving force, creative director and managing director of the company. Paul sits on the Board of the Positive Intervention Now (PIN) programme, and is heavily involved with the education of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Paul is also a member of the council of the Chamber of Commerce for 2012-2014.


Not only is Ken Davenport’s Principle and Director he is also a successful businessman, entrepreneur, restaurateur and real estate investor from the Cayman Islands. He has extensive land holdings in Grand Cayman. The founding member of the Island Taste group of companies, Ken has successfully managed the group for the past 29 years. Ken sits on the Business Staffing Plan Board of Immigration.


Both Ken and Paul are extreme advocates in the philosophy of giving back to the community. To that end they have committed to designing and building a new centre for performing arts for George Town Primary School in 2013. They work very closely with a number of charities, not only in donating funds, but in donation valuable time needed for volunteer work in the community. Currently they are working with Meals-on-Wheels, Cayman Islands Youth Development Committee, Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Cayman, St. George’s Church ‘Positive Intervention Now’ programme and The Red Cross of the Cayman Islands.


5 Caymanian Village Plaza
North Sound Way
George Town
Grand Cayman
Cayman Islands



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