Ballymore’s Goodluck Hope has won the Best Large Development Award at this year’s Evening Standard New Homes Awards – a prestigious ceremony which celebrates and commends innovation and excellence in today’s new homes.
The award is testament to Ballymore’s work in transforming the area. Once a stretch of disused industrial land on the Leamouth Peninsula, it has been reborn as a vibrant, residential-centric community comprising 841 homes- including thoughtfully designed apartments, lofts, and townhouses, all nestled amidst a captivating landscape of courtyards and slipways. Goodluck Hope also stands adjacent to the Ballymore’s completed London City Island community, itself a vibrant, cultural development.
Speaking of the news, Ballymore managing director John Mulryan said: “We are thrilled to add this accolade to Goodluck Hope's growing list of recognitions. This development has played a pivotal role in transforming East London, marking an extension of our successful endeavours in the area, including London City Island.
“We thank the judges for their support of the scheme and congratulate all of the event’s other winners.”
The award comes less than a year after Goodluck Hope was honoured with three other prestigious accolades; the Sunday Times British Home Award, a What House Gold Award and Best New Place to Live at the Building London Planning Awards.
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