Brentford is steeped in history and boasts a tantalising mix of 18th century architecture industrial heritage and riverside frontage. Ballymore’s long-awaited development will make it one London’s most sought-after areas.
The annual city-wide celebration of architecture returns for the entire month of June with over 200 activities stretching across every corner of London.
From community vegetable patches to street installations and performance art, Chelsea Fringe is full of inspiration and great advice for a new generation of urban gardeners.
Ballymore has taken the workaday housebuilder’s marketing suite and created some little triumphs of temporary architecture.
Connie Huang is a sales and marketing analyst. She has been working for Ballymore since she finished her MA in Marketing at St Andrews in 2012. Connie grew up in China in the city of Wuhan.
Innovative technologies and cutting-edge engineering solutions make Sky Pool possible.
New residential developments along the Thames will mean a dramatic increase in the numbers of people using river transport. But the service should also meet the same high design standards as the rest of London’s transport network argues Jonathan Glancey.
Frank Busette is Duty Manager at Embassy Gardens and has been working for Ballymore since 2015. Here he explains why he traded life in Barbados for London and what makes him stay.
A magazine celebrating the energy and dynamism of South West London lays to rest tired notions about a long overlooked part of the city. Julie Tomlin reviews Nine magazine.
As part of its ongoing commitment to working with the community, Ballymore has thrown “a lifeline” to the London Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre which trains young sailors - many from deprived areas of Tower Hamlets, to go on to compete in national and international events.
Laura Corr has been working for Ballymore since 2014. She is a development manager on London City Island and Embassy Gardens. She grew up in Dublin and went to university in Bristol. Laura is a qualified chartered surveyor.
A spring garden outside Canary Wharf Underground station was just one element of an eye-catching pop up that marked the launch of Wardian London’s West Tower together with a bespoke gardener service.