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Free tickets to the Homebuilding & Renovating Show

Claim your free tickets to The Homebuilding & Renovating Show in 2019 – multiple dates and locations available across the year.

Homebuilding & Renovation Show

Claim your free tickets to The Homebuilding & Renovating Show in 2019 – multiple dates and locations available

Regardless of your stage in the building or renovating process, a visit to this event will reward you with inspiration to help create your dream living space. Gain insider knowledge from versatile property experts,  find out how to source the most suitable products for your home or start from scratch with a guide to planning permission.

Through a wide range of free daily seminars and masterclasses, key topics include self-build, renovating, innovative products, extensions, conversions, and home DIY alongside tailored advice about your project. You will leave with the confidence and determination to maximise your home to its fullest potential.

Take advantage of all show days to discover both national and local exhibitors presenting hundreds of innovative and exciting products.

Swap hours of scouring the internet to hold face-to-face consultations with architects, planners, builders and Homebuilding & Renovating magazine’s experts.

From small plots to big builds, The Homebuilding & Renovating Show is the place to pick up tools, tips and techniques to transform any space into a home.

Choose the dates and locations which work best for you:

Northern – HCC – Harrogate – 1-3 November 2019

South West – Bath & West Showground – Somerset – 16-17 November 2019

And here at Homeowner’s Alliance we have managed to secure our visitors free tickets to any of the shows taking place across the UK. All you have to do to book is simply  click here .


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An architect can help with the design of a range of projects such as an extension or a garage 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

While larger projects would usually be done by a Registered Architect smaller home improvements can be done by Architects, Architectural Technicians or Surveyors; there are no hard and fast rules. 

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

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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