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Claim your free tickets to Grand Designs Live 2017!

Claim a pair of free tickets to Grand Designs Live 2017 at ExCel London and get inspired for your next home improvement project...

April 5, 2017

Grand Designs Live 2017

The inspiration starts here… with a visit to Grand Designs Live 2017

Grand Designs Live, proudly sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, returns to London’s ExCel from 29th April – 7th May 2017.

Running for nine days, the show offers visitors a unique opportunity to see all the latest trends for the home as well as many products never seen before. Based on the Channel 4 TV series, and presented by design guru Kevin McCloud, the event will be packed with over 500 exhibitors, across six different sections where you can take away ideas and inspiration for your very own Grand Design.


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An architect can help with the design of a range of projects such as an extension or a loft conversion. Architects are generally recommended for most design projects as they are highly trained and can bring a high level of design flair and experience. See our guide on Do I Need An Architect for more information.

 

What are your requirements?

Your chosen supplier will be able to help you consider what you want out of the project and what level of service you require, from providing drawings to full project management. We recommend you discuss your requirements with a few suppliers and get a detailed quote. See our guide on Clever Questions to Ask the Architect

 

About Architects

Anyone calling themselves an ‘Architect’ must be registered with the Architects Registration Board and should be identifiable on their public register viewable at www.arb.org.uk. 

Many Architects are also members of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and ‘Chartered Architects’ are those that comply with the RIBA’s strict criteria. 

 

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