Ballymore’s Head of Brand Design, Brisbane-born Matt Gavioli, talks to us about marketing Goodluck Hope and the importance of history.
Ballymore’s apprenticeship pilot scheme at London City Island is not only giving local youngsters a chance to pursue a career in the construction industry, it’s also helping to bridge the national ‘skills gap,’ says the local mayor.
As part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, Ballymore led a LFA tour of Goodluck Hope starting from the ‘red bridge’ outside Canning Town Station. Roger Black and Hal Currey explain how the area’s unique history has inspired Ballymore's latest development, starting with the marketing suite.
Aficionados from the world of fashion, beauty, food, fitness and architecture discussed personal wellness and how to achieve it at a special event organised at Embassy Gardens
If a stunning flower arrangement in a lobby in Canary Wharf has caught your eye, it’s quite likely to be the work of florist Richard Bragg, who has his workspace at Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Entrepreneur and craft beer maker Ian Stewart on the attraction of Goodluck Hope’s new taproom and microbrewery and why people like to have beers named after their area.
Encircled by water, Goodluck Hope is an area steeped in the history of London’s riverside and where the capital established its reputation as the world’s greatest trading hub. Today, it is about to be being transformed into a new neighbourhood by Ballymore.
Hot on the heels of winning Best Development of the Year at the RESI Awards, London City Island has triumphed again taking home the top prize at the prestigious London Evening Standard New Homes Award
Ben Blackwood grew up near Dumfries in Scotland. He studied engineering at Loughborough University and moved to London in 2006. He joined Embassy Gardens in 2014 and is now Design Director at Embassy Gardens. He lives in Hertfordshire.
Inviting a neighbour for a cup of coffee or a meal can make all the difference when you have just moved in to a new development say Ballymore residents.
At first glance, taking a dip in the docks may not rank among the most obvious advantages of 21st century docklands living. But open water swimming – or ‘wild swimming’ as it’s called – is becoming Britain’s fastest growing participatory sport, according to Sport England.
London City Island scooped the coveted award for Best Development of the Year at the prestigious RESI Awards at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel last night, triumphing over nine other national shortlisted developments.