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The Berkeley Group builds homes and neighbourhoods. They focus on creating beautiful, successful places in London and the South of England. The business works together with other people to tackle the shortage of good quality homes, and make a lasting contribution to the landscape and to the communities that it helps create.
The Berkeley Group is publicly-owned and listed on the London Stock Exchange as a FTSE 250 company. It has been ranked Britain's most sustainable major house builder for the last 8 years in a row and was voted Britain's Most Admired Company across all industries in 2011.
The Berkeley Group is made up of five autonomous companies:
• St George
• St James (a joint venture with Thames Water)
• St Edward (a joint venture with the Prudential)
• St William (a joint venture launched with National Grid)
Sustainability is at the heart of Berkeley’s business strategy. Its 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 they publish independent research measuring the company’s social and economic impact.
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