Kate Edginton Head of marketing Kate Edginton has a wealth of property marketing experience having established her own agency as well as having worked in-house for major housing developers. After leaving Crosby Homes, Kate went on to run a successful agency delivering bespoke marketing services to the property sector for over a decade. Her portfolio includes the strategic promotion of over 150 developments ranging from boutique residential to prestigious landmark schemes.
Gareth Edwards Commercial director Gareth Edwards is responsible for the groups construction activity within EDG Build. Gareth was involved in EDG’s award-winning ‘The School Yard’ project as well as ‘New Street Chambers’. A former QS at international construction consultancy Faithful+Gould, Gareth draws upon detailed and extensive project involvement within the residential and commercial sector.
Mark Holden A former board member at E C Harris, non-executive director Mark Holden brings more than 30 years of experience as a chartered surveyor and consultant within the construction industry to EDG Property. Career highlights include leading the successful restoration of Birmingham Town Hall and he is also a former member of the RICS management board.
Robert Black After originally working in the banking sector, non-executive Robert Black joined Baltic PLC in 1987 where he eventually became the main board director responsible for the Group’s substantial property portfolio. Since leaving Baltic in 2001, he has launched and sold a successful property business and since 2007 has been an active investor in a number of niche property companies.
Neil Edginton Managing director Neil Edginton has been instrumental in changing the landscape of Birmingham having been involved in major regeneration projects such as The Cube, The Mailbox and Fort Dunlop. Neil spearheads the EDG Group of Companies with an impressive portfolio of development projects while providing development, construction and asset management services to leading banks and some of the UK’s largest funds. He is the chairman of Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, leading a board of 12 high power professionals with a target of £10m per annum.