“Here at Edge Projects we create luxury bespoke homes in prime locations in the Northwest of England.
We operate in a small and specialist niche market, in which clients have high expectations, and are understandably uncompromising in their approach to design, and construction quality.
Trust, honesty and transparency are key watchwords, and these qualities form the foundations of our corporate culture. Service and flexibility are also vitally important in our client relationships.
An appreciation of craftsmanship, value for money and an immense pride in the finished product drive us to deliver projects to a standard which we believe is un-matched in our marketplace.”
Kevin Pickersgill – Managing Director
Edge Projects Managing Director, Kevin Pickersgill, currently has 15 years working in the high-value luxury housing market. Covering the design, funding and development of luxury bespoke homes in the Northwest of England he has gained reputation in his uncompromising approach to design and construction quality.
His career began after he attended the Bradford Grammar School in Yorkshire. He advanced his studies at Cambridge University in 1979 where he graduated in Land Economy, leading to his role as a chartered surveyor, which marked the start of his 35-year long experience working in the Northwest property markets.
Kevin’s hands on approach and dedication to creating the perfect luxury home for his clients means he oversees the entire process; from the first steps in the design where he ensures lifestyle, tastes and preferences are included in creating the key components of the luxury homes, Kevin lends his expertise to layout, size, shape and orientation of properties, often before the architects are involved, to ensure the bespoke home measures up to expectations.
During the creation of the house Kevin uses his many years of experience as a developer of luxury homes to consult with the architects as well as negotiating planning consents; with many highly respected professional contacts Kevin is dedicated to taking on the challenge of planning processes.