Engage and listen: lessons from Grand Union
13th May 2019
At our Grand Union development in Alperton, North West London, we shaped the masterplan in partnership with local people. Our proposals closely reflect the community's aspirations for their neighbourhood and residents are actively supporting the regeneration of the former Northfields Industrial Estate.
Care and respect: lessons from Snow Hill Wharf
15th April 2019
This former goods yard lies on the banks of the Birmingham & Fazeley Canal in the city's Gun Quarter, a district with a proud heritage of craftsmanship and skilled manufacturing dating back to the 17th century.
Building trust: lessons from Kidbrooke Village
8th April 2019
Today, the Ferrier Estate is a thriving community, with more than 1,600 new homes built so far, a village centre, a skills training centre and 86 acres of stunning parks and wetlands.
Partnership and collaboration: lessons from Woodberry Down
3rd April 2019
Ten years ago, a partnership between Woodberry Down Community Organisation, Hackney Council, Berkeley and Genesis Housing began to transform one of London's most deprived estates.
Karl Whiteman: Thumbs up for net biodiversity gain
26th February 2019
Karl Whiteman's opinion piece for City A.M. explains why Berkeley supports enforcing biodiversity net gain for all new developments.
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.