In the diary for 7th February with a Monte Carlo theme, the 2013 Midlands Property Quiz is all set to take on the property industry in support of charities Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital and Lionheart.

It’s over a decade now since its inception and the Quiz still continues to attract the region’s property professionals, raising awareness for the good causes. Neil Edginton Managing Director of EDG Property and The Cube will chair the popular black tie event which will launch with luxury brands Ferrari and Maserati setting the scene for the glamorous evening at Aston Villa Football Club.

Fidelis Navas of Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital said; “Throughout our 150 years of looking after children from all across the country, the business sector has played an integral role in our ability to provide a high level of service.

We are so pleased to be friends with The Cube who share our aspirations in outstanding customer service (albeit for different “customers”) and the Midlands Property Quiz just proves what an impact collective action can make; it has contributed over £82,000 to our internationally renowned intensive care unit over the years.

It is partnerships like these that leave an amazing legacy for the children of tomorrow. You can’t beat that.  Thanks so much to Neil and his team” she concluded.

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As the seasons change, horticultural experts get to work at EDG Property’s Sandfields Barn with landscaping works that will soon bring the Stratford-upon-Avon development to life.

Avon Woodlands, who specialise in the design and construction of gardens and landscaping, has been commissioned to plan and deliver a considered soft landscaping scheme. Established for over 25 years and based locally in Luddington, the company covers the Midlands, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire areas.

Peter Lock, Director of Avon Woodlands said; “Our company works on projects of all sizes but we particularly enjoy crafting landscaping packages for bespoke homes such as Sandfields Barn.

It’s the perfect time of year for planting and seeding so we are busy at  Sandfields Barn completing the lawned area, importing top soil, levelling and appointing shrubs, trees, bulbs and grass. The boundary hedges will be planted in November and early 2013 will see the installation of the planted moat.”

The scheme comprises of beautiful red oak and pretty maple trees which flank the private gated entrance.

Peter concludes; “We are particularly excited and looking forward to creating the impression of running water by using different plant species in the moat. The Sandfields Barn project has certainly allowed us to take inspiration from the landscape and use our creative skills to the full.”

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