• East side story

    East side story

    English National Ballet’s move to a new home at London City Island will allow it to open its doors to local people for the first time.
  • Ballymore takes first prize at London award ceremony

  • Spring has sprung

    Spring has sprung

    Until now, establishing a roof or balcony garden has been a question of trial and error which is why landscape architect Huw Morgan has devised a bespoke gardening service for the residents of Ballymore’s Wardian development.
Destination Leamouth
Under the skin

Destination Leamouth

Leamouth is an area steeped in the history of London’s riverside and once part of the city’s thriving docklands. Today, the northern half, known as Goodluck Hope, is being transformed into a new city neighborhood by Ballymore.

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Pavilions of splendour
Property

Pavilions of splendour

Ballymore has taken the workaday housebuilder’s marketing suite and created some little triumphs of temporary architecture.

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A very British institution
Out and about

A very British institution

Taking afternoon tea is officially cool but what should accompany the perfect cuppa? Over a Ceylon Black, Julie Tomlin asks the experts for their advice.

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Destination ... Brentford
Under the skin

Destination ... Brentford

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. Amanda Baillieu takes a look.

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Ballymore triumphs at RESI 2016
Property

Ballymore triumphs at RESI 2016

Ballymore triumphed at the prestigious Resi Awards last night, walking away with the coveted Large Developer of the Year, trumping five major national competitors.

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“I’ve been told I never drop the ball”
Ballymore people

“I’ve been told I never drop the ball”

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.

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“Buildings move. All buildings do.”
Ballymore people

“Buildings move. All buildings do.”

Innovative technologies and cutting-edge engineering solutions make Sky Pool possible.

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London’s liquid highway
Opinion

London’s liquid highway

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.

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“I enjoy being with people”
Ballymore people

“I enjoy being with people”

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.

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Putting South West London on the map
Features

Putting South West London on the map

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.

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Throwing a lifeline to local sailors
Features

Throwing a lifeline to local sailors

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.

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“I love tall buildings”
Ballymore people

“I love tall buildings”

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.

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