The Berkeley Group has won the Queen's Award for Sustainable Development for the second time today.
Regarded as the most prestigious accolade for business performance in the UK, this award recognises Berkeley's achievements over the five year period to 2013, including:
The award comes only five months after Berkeley was ranked Britain's most sustainable major housebuilder for the 8th year in a row by the Next Generation Benchmark. It also came second across all industries in a vote for Britain's Most Admired Company 2013.
Rob Perrins, Managing Director of the Berkeley Group commented: "Results like this prove that long-term thinking lies at the heart of success. You want great people working with real autonomy, aspiring to create fantastic places."
The Berkeley Group will shortly be announcing a set of new business commitments as part of its rolling 10 year plan.
Notes to editors
- The Berkeley Group build homes and neighbourhoods. Our goal is to create successful places.
- In 2012, the Berkeley Group sustained 16,000 jobs and generated £2.6 billion of economic activity in Britain. It currently has a 98% customer satisfaction rate.
- The Berkeley Group was voted Britain's Most Admired Company across all industries in 2011 and has been ranked Britain's most sustainable major housebuilder for the last eight years in a row by the Next Generation benchmark.
- The Berkeley Foundation supports young people and their communities across London and the South of England through charitable donations and the talent and time of our staff.