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The 2020 Homebuilding & Renovating Show

The Homebuilding & Renovating Show is now taking place online 26-27 September 2020

Homebuilding & Renovating show 2020

Register for free access to the Virtual Homebuilding & Renovating Autumn Show

Sponsored by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), this year’s Homebuilding & Renovating Autumn Show will take place online over two days and has been created to provide expert advice and inspiring content for your home project.

During 26 and 27 September, attendees will have the opportunity to discover the latest products and suppliers from more than 80 exhibitors.

Navigate the virtual exhibition hall, tune into the seminars delivered by experts from Homebuilding & Renovating, watch masterclasses curated by the exhibitors and take a front-row seat for unmissable exclusive content.

Log in to access specialised areas, including Ask the Expert and Ask the Architect, where you can speak with an expert from Homebuilding & Renovating magazine or an architect from RIBA.

To secure your free access to the Virtual Homebuilding and Renovating Autumn Show, click here.

Terms & Conditions: Promotion closes 26 September 2020 or when all free places have been allocated, whichever is sooner. Free tickets are available on a first come, first served basis and you can register as many times as you need or for family and friends. You cannot log onto multiple devices with the same link. The show runs between 10am and 5pm BST on 26 and 27 September. The Organisers reserve the right to amend or modify the show content or times of the whole or any part of the show due to circumstances beyond their control. The Organisers cannot be held responsible for any loss or liability incurred by visitors at the Show as a result of entering into a contract with an exhibitor or due to advice given by an exhibitor. The virtual show is available to all with an internet connection. Preferred browsers are Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge. Please read full terms and FAQS online at https://homebuildingshowautumn.vfairs.com

 

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  1. I would love to attend your home building exhibition with my partner and convince him that this is definitely the way to go. I last attended in 2018 and was totally captivated by it all. This time I intend to put plans into motion with all the advice from your experts.

    Comment by sam Williams — July 20, 2020 @ 10:29 pm

  2. Sorry forgot to say thank you it would be lovely !!

    Comment by Kate Marriott — February 22, 2020 @ 1:37 pm

  3. Our twins daughters are back from University and don’t look to be moving out in the near future ! We wish to make the most of our upstairs space by extending over the garage and converting the garage into an additional ‘chill’ room.

    Comment by Kate Marriott — February 22, 2020 @ 1:35 pm

  4. its a must show

    Comment by ghanshyam patel — February 17, 2020 @ 8:33 pm

  5. The two of us would very much like too attend the The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show at the NEC, Birmingham: owing to pressing commitments, we can really only attend on Saturday 28th March 2020. Hoping to be successful. Thanks.

    Comment by Mr. R. Douglas-Jones — February 6, 2020 @ 4:36 pm

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