Yesterday the house builder revealed that Karen Ellis, the wife of divisional executive director Sean Ellis, sold 65,000 shares for £2.66m.
Furthermore former London Olympics boss and Berkeley non-executive director John Armitt sold 1,000 shares worth £41,000.
The share deals went through as Berkeley shares soared to a record high of over £41.
It has not been disclosed how many shares Armitt or Ellis now holds following these transactions.
Berkeley Group’s founder Tony Pidgley has cashed in two tranches of shares since September.
Last month chairman Pidgley sold 750,000 shares for £28.9m, adding to the 750,000 sold for £27m in early September.
The luxury south east house builder’s chief executive Rob Perrins also sold 500,000 shares at the same time as Pidgley making £19.25m.
In September, Perrins’ wife Vanessa sold 500,000 shares, worth nearly £18m.