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Chris Murray, Managing Director of Ridgeford Properties, Praises Community Initiative

November 4, 2010

LONDON, November 4, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Local residents and businesses
today marked the arrival of 53 chanticleer pear trees in Weymouth Street,
London W1 with a ceremonial tree planting by local resident Barbara Windsor
MBE.

The ceremony was organised through a partnership between W1W Tree
Planting Initiative, Westminster Tree Trust and Westminster City Council.

The project, which began in 2008, has now completed its first two
objectives following the planting of 40 trees on Hallam Street in 2009. The
scheme aims to have planted a total of 250 trees in the East Marylebone area
by the end of spring 2011.

Following the ceremony, attended by The Lord Mayor Locum Tenens and local
Councillor Harvey Marshall, a ceremonial plaque was unveiled to commemorate
the occasion.

Chris Murray, Managing Director of Ridgeford Properties, said:

“We believe that companies should take pride in their local surroundings.
It is important that businesses get involved in initiatives like these, work
with local residents groups and use their influence to promote change in the
area.”

Mark Gazaleh, local resident and Co-ordinator of the W1W Tree Planting
Initiative, said:

“The support we have had from companies like Ridgeford Properties has
been invaluable in providing these trees for the area. They will make a real
difference to the local environment and help make the area a more pleasant
place to work and live.”

The W1W Initiative aims to improve the quality of life for those living
and working in the Marylebone area through the planting of trees. Other
companies involved in the initiative include, The Princess Grace Hospital,
Harley Street Clinic, Langham Hotel, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose amongst many
others.

SOURCE Ridgeford Properties


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