London City Island is the capital’s newest cultural quarter. Ballymore’s burgeoning new community is home to myriad creative talent, a place from which performers and artists can share their work. In this new film, we meet some of the artists who call London City Island their home.
Last residential building will add 160 apartments to Nine Elms’ thriving urban village.
New office buildings at Embassy Gardens confirm commercial status of emerging central London district.
The Brentford Project’s Summer Series ends on a high with a crowd coming along to Meet the Makers.
On July 4 there was a festival vibe at Goodluck Hope. Music producer Dantae Johnson, who set up Three Bears Entertainment with business partner Pete Boxsta Martin, gives the lowdown on his company and how it helped to make the Leamouth Peninsula’s first music festival happen.
London City Island is providing creative workspace, co-working and affordable studios catering for everyone, from architects to ceramicists and fashion designers.
Unity Arts Festival is a weekend of exhibitions, installations and workshops celebrating the creativity and energy of east London’s most exciting new neighbourhood.
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.
A huge turn-out to the Royal Wharf Summer Fête received a warm welcome from Newham’s newly-elected mayor Rokhsana Fiaz
This short film celebrates the opening of a new street market at Embassy Gardens in November 2017. Selling a selection of artisanal food and drink, the market is a collaboration between EcoWorld, Ballymore and Shepherds Markets, London’s leading market curator
As part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, Ballymore led a LFA tour of Goodluck Hope starting from the ‘red bridge’ outside Canning Town Station. Roger Black and Hal Currey explain how the area’s unique history has inspired Ballymore's latest development, starting with the marketing suite.
The Mayor of Newham, Sir Robin Wales, John Mulryan, MD of Ballymore UK and historian Malcolm Graham on the importance of remembrance.