The South East Homebuilding & Renovating Show takes place at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre later this month and and you can now claim a free pair of free tickets for the event worth £24.
Across two days ((19-20 January 2019) visitors can speak to a wide range of exhibitors and access free advice sessions, seminars and masterclasses on essential topics which can tackle any problem, from implementing the latest intelligent security systems to funding a remodelling project.
This new regional property show, sponsored by Idealcombi, the Danish contemporary window company, will provide a clearer insight into how to find suitable specialists for any type of projects and also present opportunities to source the help, products and services required all under one roof.
Regardless of their building or renovating stage, attendees can access trusted guidance and expertise over the two days. They will be able to find the latest information on areas including renovating, building your own home, extensions and conversions, eco and heating, doors and windows and more.
Self-builders and renovators who would like to share their building ideas with an array of property experts are encouraged to visit the Ask the Expert area inside the Advice Centre, sponsored by Internorm, Europe’s leading windows and doors manufacturer. This section will welcome attendees to receive personalised, impartial advice from seven property specialists via one-on-one consultations.
The experts include Michael Holmes, director of content and product development for Homebuilding & Renovating magazine, Jason Orme, who is the editorial director of Homebuilding & Renovating magazine, building expert Bob Branscombe, construction expert Mick Cruickshank eco expert David Hilton, as well as finance expert Tom McSherry.
Show highlights also include the Ask the Builder area, which enables visitors to gain vital information via free 15-minute sessions from members of the Federation of Master Builders. Additionally, The Advice Centre will host the Ask the Architect area, where chartered architectural specialists from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will be on hand to assist self-builders in the design, planning and construction process, maximising their budget and turning their aspirations into reality.
An important stage of progress when undertaking a project is obtaining planning permission. At The Planning Clinic, Sally Tagg and her team of experts from Foxley Tagg will convey up-to-date information on new regulations and laws, plus advice on how to avoid recurrently passing through this stage.
Standard show tickets are £8 in advance or £12 on the door (children under 16 go free).
To claim your free tickets, click here.
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