Four Ballymore neighbourhoods in London have been shortlisted for industry accolades – extending our run of awards success.
Goodluck Hope, our development on the Leamouth Peninsula, has been nominated for Development of the Year at the 2023 RESI awards. The annual awards, organised by Property Week, recognise success throughout the residential property sector, with nominations agreed by an independent panel of 43 judges.
Our work at The Brentford Project has also been recognised, with judges in the 2023 Pineapple Awards nominating the scheme for the Future Place award – an accolade which celebrates the best in placemaking, and projects that make a positive social, environmental, and economic impact.
Riverscape, our newest development at the Royal Docks and home to the newly-launched Forshaw Building, has also been recognised. The scheme is shortlisted in the Best New Place to Live category in the Building London Planning Awards.
Speaking of the awards, John Mulryan of Ballymore said: “We are delighted to learn of these nominations which are testament to the work we are doing in nurturing these exciting new neighbourhoods across London.”
Further awards recognition came for London City Island; in February, the scheme’s masterplan was shortlisted for the 2023 RIBA London Awards, which are part of the UK’s most prestigious architecture prizes. Speaking of the east London projects nominated this year, RIBA East London Jury Chair Mike Jamieson said: “Despite the challenges of recent years, east London continues to be a creative hub for ingenuity, inclusive design, and environmental innovation. From positive and restorative approaches that breathe new life into existing buildings, to innovative ways to live, work and play, this year’s shortlisted projects offer surprise and delight.”
The winners of each of the awards will be announced at events in London throughout the summer.