Savills has set its sights on achieving a second consecutive Gold Medal at the Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show later this month.

Savills has retained award-winning horticultural designers Philip Nixon and Marcus Barnett to create the 2007 Savills Garden. Last year, their modernist inspired garden was one of the hits of the annual summer festival, which is proving increasingly popular among members of the property industry.

Ian Stewart, head of Savills London Region, said he was confident that the Nixon-Barnett design ‘would reflect the values of the Savills brand and our commitment to quality at every level.’

Inspiration for the 2007 Savills Garden for Chelsea Flower Show has been drawn from the landscape and waterways of south central England. The Chelsea Flower Show kicks off on 22 May at the Royal Hospital in Chelsea, London SW3.