The Berkeley Group comprises five brands: Berkeley, St George, St James, St Edward and St William. Each is autonomous with its own operational management that has specialist knowledge, local understanding and expertise. All are devoted to the same ideals; creating new homes, mixed use and commercial developments of unrivalled quality, in the Country's most desirable locations, always underpinned by concepts of sustainability, community and regeneration.
A reputation for excellence
Berkeley is the Group's longest established brand, founded in 1976 and today creating medium to large-scale developments in towns, cities and the countryside, encompassing executive homes, mixed use schemes, riverside apartments, refurbished historic buildings and urban loft spaces.
A joint venture delivering sustainable new communities
St Edward was established as a joint venture company co-owned by the Berkeley Group and Prudential. The powerful combination of the two companies' strengths and complimentary skills provides a strong vehicle for delivering unique residentially-led developments.
Regenerating high profile London location
St George specialises in high quality mixed use sustainable regeneration in London, schemes that have dramatically transformed large swathes of brownfield land, reviving the city landscape and establishing thriving new communities.
Design and environment working together
St James, originally a joint venture between the Berkeley Group and Thames Water, handles projects that embrace private residential development, commercial property, recreational and community facilities, with creative solutions that deliver every aspect of responsible and sustainable mixed use development.
St William is a new joint venture launched by National Grid and the Berkeley Group. This has the potential to provide over 7,000 homes in eight boroughs across Greater London over the next 14 years. It will combine the design expertise of Berkeley with National Grid Property's portfolio of redundant brownfield sites to create some fantastic new places for people to live.