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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.

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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.

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Karl Whiteman, Net Biodiversity

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.

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Tony Pidgley CBE, Chairman of the Berkeley Group

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.

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Rob Perrins: We’ve got to make London a city that works for everybody

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.

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Woodberry Down square crowded full of people | Berkeley Group

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.

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