• Mayor says Royal Wharf community is thriving

    Mayor says Royal Wharf community is thriving

    A huge turn-out to the Royal Wharf Summer Fête received a warm welcome from Newham’s newly-elected mayor Rokhsana Fiaz
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    Dublin Landings attracts city's startups

    A new community of entrepreneurs will be heading for Dublin’s docklands
  • 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.
Stars join Guggi for the launch of ‘Rice Bowl’
Arts and Culture

Stars join Guggi for the launch of ‘Rice Bowl’

An evocative new sculpture, the first in the UK by the influential Irish artist Guggi, has arrived at Embassy Gardens – conferring another powerful boost to the cultural vibrancy of Nine Elms, south of the Thames.

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‘Ballymore reveals the art of selling apartments in London’, The Times
News

‘Ballymore reveals the art of selling apartments in London’, The Times

"Ballymore is getting creative at its huge residential developments in London by putting culture at their heart"

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Bringing charity into the heart of company culture
BALLYMORE PEOPLE

Bringing charity into the heart of company culture

For Ballymore people, charity really does begin at home. From cycling, to rowing, to abseiling, to football, charity heroes from company directors to hundreds of employees gave up their spare time over the summer to help raise nearly £40,000 for good causes.

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Royal Wharf team wins award for Excellence
News

Royal Wharf team wins award for Excellence

Construction workers on Ballymore’s Royal Wharf development in London’s docklands have won the Seal of Excellence for Site Management accolade at the national 2018 NHBC (National House Building Council) Pride in The Job awards.

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Debating the London Olympics’ lasting legacy
News

Debating the London Olympics’ lasting legacy

Civic leaders, developers and town planners joined Lord Coe to assess how the Olympics became a game changer in the development of east London.

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“Everyone makes you feel you are part of something”
BALLYMORE PEOPLE

“Everyone makes you feel you are part of something”

Ballymore has eight apprentice administrators working on its sky-high Wardian development. Here, one of them, Mo Hassan, explains why reaching the top has always been his goal.

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Ballymore announce planned sale of One Embassy Gardens
Property

Ballymore announce planned sale of One Embassy Gardens

The flagship office building at Embassy Gardens in Nine Elms, neighbouring the new US Embassy and the ‘tech clustering’ at Apple’s new London campus at Battersea Power Station has gone on sale.

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Major arts festival debuts at City Island and Goodluck Hope
Arts and Culture

Major arts festival debuts at City Island and Goodluck Hope

The most ambitious arts festival to be staged in London’s docklands is planned on the Leamouth peninsular in late September bringing together a local galaxy of 150 independent arts organisations to forge “an incredible island of the arts.”

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Pioneers of modern living
Arts and Culture

Pioneers of modern living

The Isokon in north London is a classic example of the quest for viable ways people can live together - a challenge that has exercised the minds of developers and architects for decades and continues today.

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Rock around the dock
Arts and Culture

Rock around the dock

London ‘s 2012 Olympics has been credited with kickstarting the regeneration of east London but more than 20 years earlier a rock spectacular made docklands a destination.

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Douglass Tower - a place to live, work and play

Douglass Tower - a place to live, work and play

The tallest tower on Goodluck Hope honours Britain’s master lighthouse builder - famed for his love of heights and ingenuity

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“There’s nothing a woman can’t do on a construction site”
BALLYMORE PEOPLE

“There’s nothing a woman can’t do on a construction site”

Ballymore wants to attract more women into its workforce. One of its ‘ambassadors’, Donna Keogh, explains why negotiating skills are now more sought after than strength if you want to work on site.

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“You can’t just rely on the Thames”
VIDEO

“You can’t just rely on the Thames”

As part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, Glenn Howells led a tour of Royal Wharf, a new neighbourhood in the heart of the Royal Docks regeneration area.

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Mayor says Royal Wharf community is thriving
VIDEO

Mayor says Royal Wharf community is thriving

A huge turn-out to the Royal Wharf Summer Fête received a warm welcome from Newham’s newly-elected mayor Rokhsana Fiaz

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Six reasons to visit Nine Elms
Under the skin

Six reasons to visit Nine Elms

Nine Elms, extending from Lambeth Bridge in the north to Chelsea Bridge in the south, is by far the largest riverside regeneration in London. And it’s an area full of interesting things to do and see from the new US Embassy to the one of the best coffee shops on the South Bank.

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Food glorious food heads south for the summer
Arts and Culture

Food glorious food heads south for the summer

A choice selection of London’s most popular street traders is heading for Embassy Gardens market on Saturday July 28 offering an international range of mouth-watering produce - from fresh pasta to swordfish burgers, from cookies and fudge to Japanese gyoza dumplings.

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Health is the new hedonism
Wellness

Health is the new hedonism

Goodluck Hope will be hosting a weekend urban retreat dedicated to fitness and fun.

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Destination south for London’s all-night arts festival
Arts and Culture

Destination south for London’s all-night arts festival

The capital’s largest free contemporary arts festival is heading south of the river with a dozen internationally renowned artists exhibiting in new and iconic locations from the Hayward Gallery through Nine Elms to Battersea Power Station.

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New Birmingham landmark tops out with a midas touch
News

New Birmingham landmark tops out with a midas touch

Birmingham’s new Three Snowhill office development, the largest speculative city-centre scheme outside London, has topped out - with a touch of gold.

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Industry acclaim for Goodluck Hope vision
News

Industry acclaim for Goodluck Hope vision

Ballymore’s mission for ‘place-making’ won national industry recognition for the second year running by walking away with the Best Place-Making Marketing Campaign for its pioneering development at Goodluck Hope.

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East London - the land of vast opportunities
News

East London - the land of vast opportunities

What is it about East London that makes it a byword for creativity and cool and the capital’s fastest growing neighbourhood?

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Down by the River Bank
Property

Down by the River Bank

Royal Wharf to be the focus for Ballymore & Oxley’s event for the London Festival of Architecture

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Listen to the beat
News

Listen to the beat

The vision to transform Embassy Gardens into London’s newest cultural hub took a major step forward with the choice of World Heart Beat Music Academy as the development’s key cultural anchor.

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A new chapter opens in the Thames story
News

A new chapter opens in the Thames story

In bright sunshine with hardly a gust of wind, the newly built Trinity Buoy Wharf pontoon was gently craned into place watched by a crowd of locals including residents of London City Island.

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Dedicated followers of fashion
Arts and Culture

Dedicated followers of fashion

Fashionistas descended on London City Island for the opening of an exhibition showcasing work by students of the Fashion Business School at the London College of Fashion, UAL.

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Double award triumph for Ballymore
News

Double award triumph for Ballymore

Ballymore was crowned Developer of the Year at the 2018 Property Awards, the property industry’s ‘Oscars’, saluting “an epic year for the business.”

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 Taste sensation: EG’s Saturday food market returns for a summer season
Arts and Culture

Taste sensation: EG’s Saturday food market returns for a summer season

After a successful launch last autumn, the Embassy Gardens Market is back – and set to become a regular Saturday destination throughout the summer showcasing a mouth-watering range of street food from around the world.

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Say it with flowers
Arts and Culture

Say it with flowers

Ever wished you could put together the perfect personalised bouquet. A one-off Saturday event in mid-May at Embassy Gardens will show you how

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Dorling Kindersley to follow Penguin to Nine Elms
News

Dorling Kindersley to follow Penguin to Nine Elms

In a move bolstering Nine Elms as a new media hub south of the Thames, DK, the world leading illustrated reference publisher is to follow sister company Penguin Random House UK by relocating to One Embassy Gardens.

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Second gallery opens on London City Island
News

Second gallery opens on London City Island

A new gallery on London City Island opened its doors this week, with a group exhibition curated and managed by local artist Ian Felton

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Weekend walks - London City Island & Goodluck Hope
Arts and Culture

Weekend walks - London City Island & Goodluck Hope

With spring nearly sprung, there’s no better way to discover one of Dockland’s most historic areas than on foot, starting and ending at Ballymore’s eponymous ‘red bridge’ over Bow Creek

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A leap forward for ballet’s new home
News

A leap forward for ballet’s new home

English National Ballet has secured a £3m investment from Arts Council for its new home on London City Island. It made the announcement at the same time as revealing its new 2018-19 season of productions at a press conference on the site of its new home.

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Ballymore returns to Cheltenham as Sean Mulryan and Michael O’Leary celebrate a triumphant victory of Irish sport
News

Ballymore returns to Cheltenham as Sean Mulryan and Michael O’Leary celebrate a triumphant victory of Irish sport

After a decade-long break, Ballymore made a return to Cheltenham last month, sponsoring the Ballymore Novices Hurdle; here our Chairman and Group CEO Sean Mulryan reflects on a great day for racing – and for two prominent Irish businessmen.

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