Britain's Most Admired No 6: Berkeley Group, Tony Pidgley

A rise of 15 places means the highest ever standing in Most Admired for Berkeley Group, the 'executive' homebuilder founded by Barnardo's boy Pidgley in 1976.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

Berkeley completed 2,201 homes in the year to April and avoided the wholesale asset write-downs that have afflicted rivals. Berkeley also wins the awards for financial soundness, value as a long-term investment and use of corporate assets.

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