I have in my neighbourhood a most vibrant Skimmia hedge. It flowers creamy white, and is pruned rigoroulsy at 2 metres. It wants to get much larger, it is 15 years old. It seems to me to be the perfect hedge. A vibrant green all winter, seasonal interest, compact and a thorough screen. It stays upright, and shows only minor short-termed damage after pruning. I can't find reference to the cultivar, skimmia apparently don't regularly grow that large. Anybody have an idea of what it might be ?