MP slams Ballymore over conditions in its London housing development

Politician says residents are living in environment ‘not fit for animals’ in development built and managed by Irish company

New Providence Wharf: a fire broke out at the Ballymore development in May 2021, with London Fire Brigade later concluding that the failure of a fire safety system at the building could have led to tragic consequences

Residents of a London apartment block built by Irish construction firm Ballymore are living in conditions “that animals would not be allowed to be kept in”, the House of Commons heard last week.

Stephen McPartland, a Conservative MP, said that he had visited in London, which was built by Ballymore and is managed by the company.

Ballymore has been subjected to very public criticism over the apartment complex ever since a fire broke out there ...