About Berkeley

Berkeley builds homes and neighbourhoods. We focus on creating beautiful, successful places in London and the South of England. We work together with other people to tackle the shortage of good quality homes, and make a lasting contribution to the landscape and to the communities we help create.

Today, Berkeley's portfolio reflects the aspirations of a broad range of home buyers, using the considerable experience that the company has gained, in creating sustainable communities within complex regeneration schemes, building entirely on brownfield sites.

Sustainability is at the heart of Berkeley. Our single biggest contribution is to create new places that grace their surroundings and will stand the test of time. The environmental performance of each site is monitored tightly and we publish independent research measuring our social and economic impact.

We also have a registered charity, the Berkeley Foundation which has committed over £6.6million to helping young people and their communities.

Below are a selection of developments and regeneration projects that are similar to those proposed in the OAKDA draft Masterplan:

Brewery Wharf

Set within the Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Brewery Wharf is a new development of 82 stunning apartments and 28 houses with two restaurants, a public piazza and a cultural venue.

Homes: 110

Commercial space: 2 on-site restaurants, central piazza and cultural venue with capacity for 350 people.

Jobs created: 50 new permanent job opportunities for local people.

Brewery Wharf

Kidbrooke Village

One of the UK's largest regeneration projects, Kidbrooke Village in Greenwich is a great example of how to deliver growth and great places.

Homes: 4,000 including 170 award-winning Extra Care homes for senior living

Commercial: A new village centre with retail, community, health and commercial facilities beside the new train station.

Jobs: 2,500 in construction, alongside 57 permanent local jobs.

Berkeley, Kidbrooke Village

Royal Arsenal

The 300 year old, disused munitions site boasts restored Georgian listed buildings next to bold contemporary apartment blocks. It has a café, gastro pub and restaurant.

Homes: 2,370

Commercial space: 500,000 sq. ft. of retail, leisure, community, office and light industrial space.

Construction jobs created: 3,000

Berkeley, Royal Arsenal Riverside

Marine Wharf

Previously covered by industrial buildings and warehouses used by the nearby docks, the site has now been replaced with 566 homes including ExtraCare for senior living and Shared Ownership.

Homes: 566 including 78 ExtraCare for senior living and 25 Shared Ownership

Commercial space: 2,505 sq m of commercial space including a Tesco and Café.

Berkeley, Marine Wharf