Award-winning finalist in the race to find London’s Best Receptionist 2017, Naomi Bayley says the secret of her success is to be on the spot and always have a smile.
Sponsorship confirmed for jump racing’s premier tournament. Ballymore Group returns to The Cheltenham Festival for the world-famous jump racing season.
Revisiting the archives and resurrecting recipes of the past have given cocktails a new twist.
London City Island praised for supporting emerging artists and redressing the loss of artist workspace in the capital.
Embassy Gardens new market is about something more than just the delicious fresh produce. It’s a way of bringing people together and encouraging a sense of place say the traders
The Line, the capital’s first dedicated contemporary sculpture walk, will extend to London City Island next year. It’s co-founder, Megan Piper, explains its significance for the area.
With his lifelong commitment to "design, creativity, energy and quality” Sean Mulryan, Ballymore Group’s chairman and Group Chief Executive, has been honoured with yet another prestigious award for property and business excellence.
Nine Elms, described by the former London Mayor Boris Johnson as “quite possibly the most important regeneration story in London, possibly in the UK, in the next 20 years”, encompasses a vast area, running from Lambeth Bridge, three kilometres down river to Chelsea Bridge, to the south and the reborn Battersea Power Station site.
Terry Walker, senior fitness coach at London City Island’s newly opened health club, almost became a professional footballer before finding his feet in the fitness business.
Ballymore triumphed at the prestigious EG Awards last night by walking away with the coveted Residential Company of the Year Award for its portfolio of new homes at Royal Wharf, London City Island, Wardian London and Embassy Gardens.
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.