• Island Living

    Island living

    London City Island has already attracted some of the capital’s brightest artistic communities but with the launch of its final phase, this unique development is about to become a bustling island neighbourhood all of its own.
  • 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.
  • 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.
Destination Canary Wharf
Under the skin

Destination Canary Wharf

Almost a quarter of a century after the first offices were built in the once derelict former Docklands, Canary Wharf is becoming a thriving new residential area of east London with lots to see and do.

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Take a Daley Dive
Design icons

Take a Daley Dive

If you can't wait for London’s first sky-high pool to be built by Ballymore at Embassy Gardens, why not cool off this summer at the stunning Aquatics, built for the 2012 London Olympics?

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“I have to have a process and a structure”
Ballymore people

“I have to have a process and a structure”

Aaron Caffrey trained in civil engineering at the Dublin Institute of Technology and has been working for Ballymore since 2002. As construction project manager he is responsible for managing and reviewing the designs and technical information before a building goes up.

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Ballymore takes first prize at London award ceremony
Property

Ballymore takes first prize at London award ceremony

Hot on the heels of winning Large Developer of the Year at the Resi Awards, Ballymore has been heralded as Property Developer of the Year at the inaugural Evening Standard Business Awards last night (Thursday, June 30) for projects which “add to the quality of life in the capital and make it a better place to live.”

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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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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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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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