The British Homes Awards has crowned Ballymore its 2022 Homebuilder of the Year at its annual ceremony at the Londoner Hotel, Leicester Square on 30 September.
Ballymore also won Development of the Year Award (over 100 homes) for Goodluck Hope, its industrial-inspired, residential-led community creating an island neighbourhood of 841 homes on Leamouth Peninsula, including apartments, lofts and townhouses, set between a series of landscaped courtyards and slipways.
The judges panel commended Ballymore's latest victory commenting: “This is a major achievement on what is a very constrained site… The whole process has been well considered and the outcome is impressive.”
The annual event celebrates excellence in British housebuilding, from architectural and interior design through to build quality and innovation and from one-off houses to major developments.
This success takes Ballymore’s total awards this year to five. Royal Wharf was awarded a RIBA London accolade earlier this year, while Three Snowhill in Birmingham won the British Council for Offices’ Winning Workplace Award. Dublin Landings, our one million square foot workspace-led mixed-use development in Dublin, won an urban design award and architecture award.
Reflecting on the news, Ballymore’s group managing director John Mulryan said:
“We are delighted to win not just one but two awards! The British Homes Awards are highly regarded in our sector and these accolades are testament to the work we do creating fantastic new communities in both the UK and Ireland.
“Congratulations goes to not only those involved in our Goodluck Hope development, but to everyone at Ballymore for the part they play in helping us deliver exemplary neighbourhoods where people want to live, work and belong.”