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Monday, 19th September 2016
Experts on hand with advice and assistance for selfbuilders Find invaluable resources and tools for your self-build as the London Homebuilding & Renovating Show returns to ExCel, from 23-25 September According to latest research from mortgage lender Halifax, Greater London’s property prices have risen by 432 per cent per square metre over the past two decades. With the capital city’s housing market skyrocketing, The London Homebuilding & Renovating Show will return to ExCeL, London from 23-25 September, where it is set to attract a host of new visitors looking for advice and resources to add value by remodelling their homes or building them from scratch to reap the benefits of the buoyant property sector. This year, The Homebuilding & Renovating Show is also presenting a new merchant partnership with Jewson to maximise its construction and product exhibitor portfolio for attendees. Also new to the show is interior designer and experienced architect Mariana Pedroso, who will be attending the exhibition on all three days of the event. She will be available to offer help and advice on renovation, remodelling, extension and all aspects of interior design and decorating. Keen self-builders and renovators will have the opportunity to talk to over 350 specialist companies from a variety of industries including architecture; kitchens; bathrooms; heating; design; ventilation; lighting; doors and windows. 37 free masterclasses and seminars on self-build and home improvement topics as well as 750 advice sessions with the country’s leading architects and experts, will also be available at the event for those requiring bespoke advice. The annual show will be brimming with guidance and inspiration to ensure that people attending the exhibition will be able to put theory into practice to give life to a project, commence a build or complete a restoration. On Saturday, visitors will have the opportunity to hold 15-minute consultations with celebrity experts who star in their favourite TV property programmes. Charlie Luxton, sustainable architectural designer currently presenting Building the Dream on More 4, will talk about eco living, new architectural ideas and homes of the future. Julia Kendell, interior design expert for BBC’s DIY SOS, ITV’s 60 Minute Makeover and Rebuild Our Home, will return to meet with visitors seeking inspiration on how they can revamp their houses through clever interior adaptations. Up-to-date information on everything property-related will be showcased during live presentations hosted by qualified tradesmen in the Tricks of the Trade section. Diverse topics will cover how to undertake everyday DIY jobs around the house without breaking the bank. For attendees in need of fresh ideas or solutions, the Ask the Experts area inside the Advice Centre will be the place for them to ask questions and explore the most efficient solutions to meet their challenges. Ten resident property experts will also be available for 15-minute consultations via interactive sessions. People will be encouraged to bring their plans along and discuss them with the specialists. For practical recommendations, the Advice Centre will be introducing an Ask a Builder zone, where members of the Federation of Master Builders will be offering visitors tips on finding vetted and approved construction workers to commission for a project. In addition, over 13 experienced architects from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will be at the Ask the Architects area to help visitors achieve their aspirations and vision, add value to their project, guide them through the design and the bespoke construction process. Visitors with questions or issues on obtaining planning permission will be able to meet with Sally Tagg and her team of experts at the Planning Clinic. Sally is a planning expert with years of experience helping owners find out where their application may be going wrong, how to avoid common mistakes and what steps to take when an application has been rejected. In-toto kitchens, a UK supplier of kitchen furniture and appliances, will also be offering in-house design services and installation to those looking to discover the latest products available on the market, stylish designs and space saving solutions. Potton’s self-build experts, renowned for building sustainable timber homes, will also be on hand to help visitors create and design their dream home at the Potton Design Lounge. The company will deliver one-to-one sessions for those looking to discover how to use their building resources efficiently to meet their plan and budget requirements. In addition, the Oakwrights Design Consultation Service will provide access to free 20-minute consultations with designers and craftsmen from its Architectural Design Team, who will blend together traditional skills with modern technology to offer homeowners a tailored oak framing and encapsulation service. The show will also provide visitors with access to a mobile app which will personalise their experience, helping them to plan and guide their day through exclusive content. With multiple features throughout the exhibition, it will ensure that consumers make the most of their visit and won’t miss out on key aspects. The app will also notify users of exclusive offers during the exhibition and provide them with an interactive timetable for the relevant seminar and masterclass sessions. Guided trails have also been provided to ensure that guest have easy access to the self-building, eco elements, renovations and kitchen appliance sections at the event.
Standard tickets are £12 in advance or £18 on the door (children under 16 free). For more details, visit www.homebuildingshow.co.uk/london (http://www.homebuildingshow.co.uk/london) or call the ticket hotline on 08712310824
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