The National Homebuilding and Renovating show is returning to the NEC Birmingham in March, a must-see whether you're planning a renovation or extension.
The show is hosted by our sister brand, Homebuilding and Renovating, and a melting pot of the best expert advice for renovators looking for kitchen extension ideas, or established house-flippers looking for the latest products.
Whether you are after practical tips or inspiring advice, the Homebuilding and Renovating show is offering Homes & Garden's readers two free tickets to The National Homebuilding and Renovating show which runs from 24 - 27 March.
What is the Homebuilding and Renovating Show?
The Homebuilding and Renovating Show runs in multiple locations across the UK during the year. The show is designed to save you hours of searching for renovating and building advice online – instead, everything you need is brought together under one roof.
The show is spread across seven areas to ensure that no matter what stage your project is at you have the tools and information to get the job done well.
The seminars and masterclasses offer a wealth of knowledge about topics from planning advice to decorating ideas from architects, planning consultants, builders and other homebuilding professionals.
For more tailored advice, The Advice Centre offers a free 15-minute session with an expert to help get your project started. You can ask an industry leader for help with a project, chat with an expert architect, or speaker to a builder for impartial building advice.
The Planning Clinic is also on hand if you’re in the process of applying for planning permission or your application has been refused. You can book an appointment at The Planning Clinic to find out the tactics to success.
The Exhibit Hall is a key part of the show, showcasing 1000s of products. It has everything from elegant window fittings to show kitchens, and so much more to explore. It is a unique opportunity to source supplies for your next project, allowing you to chat with a range of suppliers all in a day's work.
You can claim your free tickets by following this link. The offer expires at 3pm 23rd March 2022. The saving is based on one-day ticket entry for two people, Children under 16 go free.
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Rebecca is the News Editor on Homes and Gardens. She has been working as a homes and interiors journalist for over four years. She first discovered her love of interiors while interning at Harper's Bazaar and Town & Country during my Masters in Magazine Journalism at City, University of London. After graduating she started out as a feature writer for Women's Weekly magazines, before shifting over to online journalism and joining the Ideal Home digital team covering news and features. She is passionate about shopping for well-crafted home decor and sourcing second-hand antique furniture where possible.
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