04
December
2007
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00:00
Europe/London

CB Richard Ellis Hosts Developers Clay Pigeon Shoot

CB Richard Ellis’ Development Department hosted a successful clay pigeon shooting day for clients and contacts at the Spitfire Shooting School in Stockbridge, Hampshire. Guests included some of the region’s top house builders and developers currently working with CBRE on urban led brownfield regeneration projects.

In a fantastic setting and on a perfect autumn morning, guests were initially given expert tuition. This was followed by a closely fought competition of different ‘drives’, which was won by Ian Wallace & James Shelley.

Once the shooting was finished guests gathered for lunch in the Mayfly Mess, the private dining room at the Peat Spade Inn, Longstock.

Commenting on the Day’s events, Senior Director Mark Budden said:
“The day was organised to show clients our appreciation. We value the relationship with have with all of them extremely highly and felt that this was a good way of saying thanks. The importance of regeneration and development across the region is paramount and we look forward to continuing to work alongside our clients and providing assistance to the valuable work that they do.”