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Sep 2012

How to make a fine suit – Greg Willis, Make Architects

Birmingham has always been an interesting place architecturally. Back in the 1950s and 60s Herbert Manzoni’s masterplan pushed forward the inner ring road and redevelopment of the city core which paved the way for the Bull Ring the current New Street Station and Birmingham Central Library. He famously did not believe in the preservation of old buildings and as such many were lost. Regardless of whether their replacements had similar architectural merit or not, there is an argument that this development significantly contributed to the city’s economic development at the time, and also that his brave methods have continued to this …read more


20
Sep 2012

An audience with…

EDG Property Managing Director Neil Edginton has been invited to speak at the IPF Midlands Board Annual Drinks Reception to be hosted this evening at The Laurent Perrier Champagne Bar of Marco Pierre White’s Restaurant at The Cube, Birmingham. Neil, also Director at The Cube, will be sharing his experience of bringing a landmark building to life through challenging times. His audience will be the Investment Property Forum (IPF) recognised as the leading UK property investment organisation for individual members. It comprises an influential network of senior professionals all active in the property investment market. To find out more about …read more


13
Sep 2012

There’s no place like home at The School Yard

When buying a new car you don’t think twice about choosing the model, colour and interior specification; you configure your purchase to suit you and that’s exactly the opportunity EDG Property is presenting, to ensure your ultimate apartment is found at The School Yard, Harborne. It’s great for those who don’t like compromise and let’s face it; you always want to put your own stamp on any new home you buy. With the historic Clock Tower standing central to the scheme, The School Yard will host amazing dining experiences with the likes of Prezzo and Metro Bar & Grill already …read more


11
Sep 2012

Those who build

The magazine of the Royal Institute of British Architects claims that “you can’t have good buildings without good clients” and credits EDG Property as one of the top 10 clients! We are delighted. Read what Neil Edginton has to say in the September 2012 issue of the RIBA Journal http://www.ribajournal.com/pages/sept_process_187076.cfm


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Sep 2012

More than meets the eye

The more time we spend at Sandfields Barn, the more we learn about the village’s past and present. Here are just a few interesting findings about Luddington that conclude with where to enjoy a cold beer after a hard day’s work on site! Past… There is evidence to suggest that William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway in the original church of Luddington in 1582, which was then burnt down and replaced in the 19th century Descendants of Anne Hathaway, namely John Hathaway and his son, were tenant farmers of Luddington’s Manor Farm from 1706-1775 The oldest building in the village is …read more