An interview with Tony Pidgley for Engage Magazine
21st December 2016
You don't have to spend much time with Tony Pidgley to spot the subjects that he's passionate about. Over the course of a freewheeling conversation it is the themes of affordability, community and how to build more homes that he keeps returning to.
Rob Perrins: We've got to make London a city that works for everybody
8th September 2016
On Wednesday 7th September 2016 the Evening Standard celebrated the 1000 most influential people in London at their Progress 1000 event. Berkeley sponsored the event and Rob Perrins gave a speech on how development can be a force for good in London.
Tony Pidgley: Delivering Regeneration
29th July 2016
I have been building in and around London for fifty years. I started out delivering small developments of single, and then a few homes and now Berkeley Group is regenerating whole areas, delivering thousands of new homes as well as infrastructure, open space and commercial and community spaces.
Tony Pidgley: Can urban villages solve the housing crisis?
22nd July 2016
For decades, people have talked about housing in London and never come up with a solution that is deliverable. As the challenge grows, I think there are really two issues to debate. First, delivery and at what price? Second, quality and placemaking.
Rob Perrins: Why Berkeley are committed to creating successful, sustainable places.
7th April 2016
On 6th April 2016, IPPR launched its report 'London: Global Green City. A plan for the new Mayor'. The Berkeley Group sponsored the research and hosted the launch event at the Royal Arsenal. Rob Perrins opened the conference speaking about why Berkeley are committed to creating successful, sustainable places.
Tony Pidgley CBE: What makes good housing?
10th March 2016
Following his keynote speech at Ecobuild, Tony Pidgley authored this article featured in Building Magazine