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Our goal is to transform underused land into unique, well-connected and welcoming places where people and communities can thrive for the long term.

Our Approach

We work with local people to create places that strengthen the community, improve people's quality of life and create a lasting social impact beyond the site boundary. We invest in large-scale brownfield sites with the greatest potential for positive change.

Transforming Underused Land

Building more than 90% of our homes on brownfield land

We use our expertise and resources to transform brownfield land into welcoming neighbourhoods over the long term. We partner with local people and councils to design popular unique places, supported by a mix of community amenities and infrastructure. Given the scale of these challenging sites, our holistic placemaking programmes can take up to 30 years to complete. We have also partnered with the Quality of Life Foundation to promote good practice in this area.

Our Vision, Communities, Underused Land


Providing the physical and digital infrastructure to keep our neighbourhoods connected

We will continue to prioritise connectivity, linking our sites to local transport hubs. Public amenities and welcoming natural spaces will be delivered at an early stage, to ensure that the wider community feels the benefits of regeneration as soon as possible.

To best serve our customers' needs, we have fast-tracked the delivery of superfast broadband. We have been working in partnership with service and infrastructure providers since 2014 and have delivered fibre to all new homes since 2018.

Over the next year we will undertake research to understand the changing context of our local centres and incorporate measures to develop neighbourhoods that provide the facilities that local people need.

Our Vision, Communities, Connectivity

Social Value

Delivering measurable long-term value on every new development

Truly sustainable places are great places now, but also stand the test of time. Working with external experts we have developed a new tool to calculate the value to society that each development brings over the long term. The tool uses more than 30 indicators across a range of topics from community facilities to affordable housing and access to nature to assess the impact of the development.

The new tool complements other strands of our work, such as community engagement, enabling us to have a robust and holistic approach to community building. It will be used to calculate the value for every new development and as an aid to the decision-making process during the design and planning phase.

Our Vision, Communities, Social Value

Community Plans

Enabling thriving communities for the long-term

We use Community Plans to facilitate thriving communities. These plans include a calendar of events, dedicated community managers and resources to enable local people to make the most of their new amenities. All of our 19 major regeneration schemes with residents now have draft Community Plans in place and we will continue to develop these to ensure that each of our 28 regeneration schemes has a Community Plan.

We will also improve the information provided to the estate teams and estate management companies in place across our developments, as we work with our partners to create thriving neighbourhoods for the long-term and enable customers to connect with their neighbours.

Our Vision, Communities, Our Approach, Community Plans


Community Plans

Brownfield Land

Facilities and services for local communities

Awards, Accreditations & Partnerships

Our Vision, Communities, Quality of Life

Founding Partner

Quality of Life Foundation

Planning Awards Winner 2022

Planning for Affordable Housing and Best Housing Scheme

Planning Awards

Our Vision, Communities, The Pineapples

Contribution to Place, Kidbrooke Village

The Pineapple Awards

Latest News

News and Insights - Community-inspired Artwork to Alperton

St George Partners With Leading Sculptor to Bring Community-Inspired Artwork to Alperton

St George, a leading mixed use developer in London and member of the Berkeley Group, is working with one of the...

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Our Vision, Communities, Clarendon

87 New Social Rent Homes Completed at Clarendon for Haringey

St William welcomed Haringey Council Leader, Cllr Peray Ahmet, to the new Clarendon neighbourhood.

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Our Vision, Communities, The Green Quarter

Community Celebrates New Park at the Green Quarter Fun Day

People from Southall, Hayes and the wider community have visited The Green Quarter's new community park

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Our Vision, Communities, Local Pupils

Local Pupils Inspired by Nature Workshop at the Green Quarter

Southall school children had a first look at the neighbourhood's new 13-acre community park

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Our Vision, Communities, Goodman's Fields

Mayor of Tower Hamlets Welcomes New Health Centre at Goodman's Fields

Delivery partners joined together to open the state-of-the-art medical facility for Aldgate.

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Affordable Homes Celebration at Horlicks Quarter

Affordable Homes Celebration at Horlicks Quarter

The leader of Slough Council visited the former factory complex.

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New Affordable Homes in Hartland Village

Silva Homes, Hart District Council and St Edward celebrated the handover of 36 new affordable homes.

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Bankside Gardens tops out in time for station

Bankside Gardens Tops Out in Time for New Station

First apartment building completed in new Reading neighbourhood.

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Further Information

Collaborative Placemaking

Our passion and purpose are to build quality homes, strengthen local communities and make a positive difference in people's lives.
We do this through collaborative placemaking. This means taking time to understand each site and its surrounding community, and working in partnership with local people and councils to design unique places with clear local influence and character.
Our Vision, Communities, Collaborative Placements

Building Quality Homes - Regeneration


Our Vision 2030: 2022 Progress Update

This extract from the Berkeley Group’s 2022 Annual Report provides an update on progress towards meeting our targets across each of our ten strategic priorities and details highlights for the period May 2021 to April 2022. 
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Our Vision 2030