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South East Homebuilding & Renovating Show is looking to build on 2019

Published: 6 December 2019 - John King
 

The South East Homebuilding & Renovating Show is returning to Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre between 18-19 January 2020, with 50% more exhibitors than 2019.

The event will offer visitors an insight into finding suitable specialists for all types of building projects and adivce and demonstrations from over 200 national and local exhibitors.

Home improvers interested in running their project ideas past industry experts can stop by the ‘Ask the Expert’ zone inside the Advice Centre. This show section will welcome attendees to receive first-hand advice from property specialists including architects, planners and experts.

Show highlights at The Advice Centre also include the Ask the Builder area, where visitors can gain vital information via free 15-minute sessions from members of the Federation of Master Builders. Additionally, chartered architectural specialists from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will be available at the 'Ask the Architect' area to assist self-builders in the design, planning and construction process.

An important element of undertaking a building 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 push projects past the planners swiftly and not be stuck in an endless approval process.

 For more, visit: http://farnborough.homebuildingshow.co.uk

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