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Must-see exhibitions if you are planning a self-build or renovation

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If you are looking to plan a self-build or renovation project, it can be a fairly daunting prospect. With so much to organise and so many considerations to take, it can be extremely helpful to visit trade shows and exhibitions which will inspire you in terms of design, as well as making you aware of potential providers of the services you require for your build.

Grand Designs Live (ExCeL, London)

Sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, this show returns to London’s ExCeL from 2-10 May 2015. The show features a variety of displays of up and coming trends for the home, as well as a number of innovative new products for the home that most will not have come across before. With over 500 exhibitors, you are bound to come away with inspiration, ideas and possibly some products for your home. Tickets are £12 on a weekday or £15 at the weekend.

Homebuilding and Renovating Show (NEC, Birmingham)

This show has a variety of aspects to offer, and will provide you with various ideas, whatever your requirements when visiting the exhibition may be. With a large number of exhibitors, a host of free seminars and masterclasses, clinics for planning and design and even a group of show homes, visitors will be provided with serious food for thought and come away inspired and well-versed in exactly what they require to create their perfect home. The dates for this exhibition are 26-29 March, so don’t miss out and make sure you pay it a visit this year! Tickets are £18 on the door, or £12 in advance for a one-day pass, or £24 (£18 in advance) for a two-day pass.

The Self Build and Design Show (Westpoint Arena, Exeter)

Taking place this year on the weekend of the 13th and 14th September at the Westpoint Arena, this show has a variety of practical exhibitors for those looking for integral aspects of their property’s design such as the electrics, kitchen design and roofing. Advance ticket ordering for this event will open later in the year.

Ideal Home Show (Olympia, London)

This show offers a wide range of exhibitors, providing everything from kitchens and bathrooms to home gadgets and even outdoors design products and services, as well as extra aspects such as fashion and jewellery exhibitors. Taking place between 20th March and 6th April this year, the show is one to not be missed! Sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, the show plays host to a number of celebrity ambassadors such as Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace. Tickets are £12 on a weekday or £14 at the weekend.

The Big Green Home Show (nSBRC, Swindon)

For anyone wishing to make their property more eco-friendly and sustainable, this is the show for you. With a variety of exhibitors, seminars and expert speakers at the show, visitors are guaranteed to come away more knowledgeable and prepared for their sustainability project. Taking place between 23rd-25th October this year, the programme is packed out with a variety of useful, topical sessions and exhibitions. Entry is £5 per adult for both the Friday and the weekend dates.

The Big Home Improvement Show (nSBRC, Swindon)

Running on the 13th and 14th June, this show makes a proud return following last year’s success. The show is an extension to the National Self Build and Renovation Show, offering exhibitions and sessions based purely on home improvement projects, inspiring and informing visitors about how they can best improve their homes in terms of appearance and efficiency in order to increase their values. The event is only £5 per adult, or free when pre-booked with the special code given on the website.

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