New bar and dining options open and favourites return at Embassy Gardens, London City Island and Royal Wharf.
You don’t have to head out of the city to find quality of life, as Wardian and our other developments in London’s Docklands are showing.
London City Island headquarters’ name reflects support for English National Ballet and the arts.
London City Island townhouses radically ‘reimagined’ to offer optimum open space and connectivity, lacking in ‘the little box’ design of most traditional models, are making waves.
The Brentford Project may be a new quarter of west London, but its developer Ballymore is drawing on history to shape a distinctive place.
Throughout this year Ballymore has continued building homes and fostering community, thanks to its people and partners.
Local flora and fauna celebrated in new mural for west London regeneration project.
Wardian London’s biophilic design features garden terraces and lush planting.
First restaurant opening is all-day dining and deli destination with focus on quality ingredients and community.
One of central London’s great remaining regeneration opportunities has got the green light.
As interest grows in the 15-minute city concept, new London developments like The Brentford Project can help in promoting its sustainable ethos.
Its river views, architecture and amenities have made Ballymore’s Goodluck Hope an ideal London home.
Competition will help Gaelic football and hurling club Roscommon GAA to upgrade its facilities and give the winner an extra-special gift of a home.
Take a spooky stroll at Goodluck Hope or get creepy crafting at London City Island.
Most Considerate Site prize and gold award put Ballymore among the best of the best.
Transparent acrylic structure lifted into place, 10 storeys up and spanning two buildings.
English National Ballet has been named as ‘Building of the Year’ by architecture magazine, Architects' Journal.
Last residential building will add 160 apartments to Nine Elms’ thriving urban village.
The Blueprint by Ballymore podcast, and 'Down at the Dock' live events, bring together global experts from design, culture and wellbeing.
Horticultural extravaganza celebrates launch of homes in leafy west London.
Schools eco-initiative will plant 7,500 trees and inspire young minds.
There’s the chance to be inspired, entertained, enlightened, amused and together as the 2020 festival brings live performance for changed times.
Broadwalk Shopping Centre is set to unlock town centre regeneration.
Duke of London offers the ultimate 1950s-style drive-in cinema with classic and supercars at Ballymore’s west London development.
Buyers are returning to the property market with fresh priorities and that includes expatriates, whose thoughts are turning to home.
Nine Elms' newest addition focuses on wellbeing, flexibility, creativity and sustainability.
Escape reality with a free online series featuring Penguin Live and the Botanical Boys.
Ballymore adds apartments, amenities and public plazas to complete development in Dublin’s Ashtown suburb.
Ballymore and The Woods Studios collaborate to help artists engage with the public through the City Island Homecast.
Monument unveiled to first non-stop transatlantic flight: a warm welcome for Alcock and Brown in County Galway town
Ballymore’s new video tours are showcasing emerging neighbourhoods in Canary Wharf, the Leamouth Peninsula, Nine Elms and Brentford.
Ballymore and its creative and artisan businesses are joining forces to provide coffee, culture, food and fitness activity.
As we enter the 2020s, Josephine Smit looks at the influence of Ballymore’s east London developments over the decades.