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Our offices will be closed from 5pm on Wednesday 23rd December and will re-open at 8.30am on Monday 4th January 2016.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

A story about our fundraising exploits has appeared in the Portsmouth News!

It tells of our recent presentation of £2,569 to Help for Heroes, which was a share of proceeds from our most successful charity golf day so far.

More than £5,000 was raised at the event in April held in association with ADN Financial Solutions at Waterlooville Golf Club.

Our director Ian Lee and ADN director Dan Smith presented the money to Help for Heroes Hampshire volunteers James and Anita Meldrum.

We've handed over a superb sum of £2,569 to the Ickle Pickles baby charity after our bumper golf day earlier this year.

The money was a share of proceeds raised when 64 golfers from property-related companies took part in our charity extravaganza at Waterlooville Golf Club in April.

Ickle Pickles will use the money to help premature and seriously ill babies by purchasing specialised equipment such as incubators and ventilators for neonatal units.

Chancellor George Osborne will today make one of the Government's most important announcements of the year - the Autumn Statement and Spending Review.
Leaked reports suggest he will pledge £7bn to make housebuilding a priority, with more than 400,000 affordable homes to be built in England.
As a leading property related firm, we welcome any boost for the construction industry but there may be other measures which we need to watch out for.

Our new apprentice Kayleigh Munn is on the business page in today's Portsmouth News.
Kayleigh, a junior architect and computer aided design (CAD) technician, is our 20th member of staff.
The News has a picture of Kayleigh outside of our offices at the Fairway Business Centre.
Kayleigh, who is 18 and lives in Whiteley, has started with us after completing her A-levels at Barton Peveril Sixth Form in Eastleigh.

We've just employed our 20th member of staff - apprentice Kayleigh Munn, who has started with us as a junior architect and computer aided design (CAD) technician.
Kayleigh, who is 18 and lives in Whiteley, joins us after completing her A-levels at Barton Peveril Sixth Form in Eastleigh.
Her appointment comes as we continue to expand and follow a recruitment drive to meet increased demand for our services.
Bill McAndrew, our Managing Director, said: “Kayleigh has already settled in extremely well.

Hundreds of young people poured through the doors of Portsmouth Guildhall over the weekend for the fifth annual Opportunities Fair.
Half a dozen of our dedicated staff again gave up their Saturday to man our stand at the careers showcase.
The aim of the event - OppsFair 2015 - was to show young people aged 10 to 13 and their families just what exciting opportunities there are in the area when they leave school, college and university.

Come and see us at the annual Opportunities Fair – the Opps Fair 2015 – at Portsmouth Guildhall tomorrow.
The extravaganza is held for pupils aged 10 to 13 - and their families - to showcase the exciting opportunities and wide range careers on offer in the city when they leave school.
We had a great time last year and we are pleased to be able to join other like-minded businesses at the event this year tomorrow from 10am to 3pm.
Our expert and friendly staff will be among industry and business professionals manning a stand during the day.

We're flying high in the Portsmouth News today with a story about our work for the RAF on a monument dedicated to a long-serving Royal jet.

The paper is carrying an article about the project at RAF Northolt in Middlesex to install a Hawker Siddeley 125 (HS125) aircraft as a gate guardian next to iconic Spitfire and Hurricane fighters.

It was given pride of place at the airbase in recognition of the HS125 type’s service over the past 44 years.

We've earned our wings with work on an RAF monument to mark the long service of a jet used to fly Royalty.
It was an honour to be contracted by the RAF for the installation of the Hawker Siddeley 125 (HS125) aircraft at RAF Northolt in Middlesex.
The aeroplane was given pride of place as a gate guardian next to Spitfire and Hurricane fighters in recognition of the HS125 aircraft type’s service over the past 44 years.

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