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Starting a renovation project, or part-way through one?
I get emails most weeks from TV and press folk seeking would-be renovators. I thought the easiest thing would be to just post the details I'm sent here and let you contact them direct. Latest first.
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In this brand new series for Channel 4 George Clarke will work alongside the owners of historic buildings to help them create truly spectacular homes.
George will delve deep into each building's history, helping owners tackle tricky challenges with ingenious ideas, cutting edge methods and materials, and of course a sledgehammer.
Our builds may be domestic or commercial, what unites them is that they are all ripe for a radical makeover and overflowing with history. Old factories, schoolhouses, barns or simply ancient houses and cottages that have fallen into disrepair.
If you are about to embark on your own project and would like George’s help please get in touch info@amazingproductions.co.uk

Are you planning to renovate a rural retreat? Are you about to transform an unloved property into a coastal bolt hole? True North Productions are looking for property renovators at all stages of the build for a brand new property series exploring the advantages of restoring once loved buildings into stunning new homes.
True North are the producers of shows including Building the Dream, Homes by the Sea, Homes by the Med, Climbing the Property Ladder and My Dream Derelict Home.
Contact Hayley on hraper@trucnorth.tv to find out more.

Plum Pictures the makers of ‘George Clarkes- Amazing Spaces’ and ‘Shed of the Year’ are looking for people for their new TV series about people who are trying to live Mortgage Free- we are now looking for people who have already achieved this and in-particular we are looking for a Multigenerational household who all live in the same build or on the same site. We are also really keen to hear from people who have downsized for various reasons and are now living in an interesting building. Contact Scott at Scottw@plumpictures.co.uk

Are you planning to transform the interior of your period home? A new Channel 4 show, George Clarke's 'Old House New Home', wants to talk to you!
Do you want to create a stunning look but don't know where to start? How do you know what features to chuck and what to cherish?
We are looking for people who own an old house or flat, to take part in the series which will follow transformations from start to finish and will celebrate the history of your home.
George is after homes of all sizes, and all architectural periods, including listed properties. Full planning permission and finance must be in place.
To apply, please contact the Old House New Home team: 0207 819 0500    info@amazingproductions.co.uk

True North TV are making a new C5 property documentary series. We are looking for hands on property developers who are about to get stuck in to their next project. Whether buying a property at an auction or through an estate agent we will follow both new and seasoned developers as they take on their latest project.   From planning and renovation to eventually flipping for as much profit as possible. This show is an observational documentary told by the developers themselves.
Please contact us here for more information:
Sarah – sdalley@truenorth.tv  0161 850 0107

Kat contacted me about ‘Our Dream Hotel’ - a brand new C5 series focusing on people who have decided to follow their dreams and open a new hotel or guest house. She wrote: 
Each episode we will follow one story, watching would be entrepreneurs from finding their perfect location to the make-or-break first weeks of running their own business.
We want to follow these stories and the progression of the project, getting to know the characters behind the builds and what drove them to take on this ambitious challenge.
We’d like to hear from people at any stage of this process – whether you are just starting out on the initial stages of a project, or you consider yourself to be close to opening for the first time.
Please contact us for more information:
katherine.healy@twofour.co.uk or directly on 01752 727643
charlotte.wheeler@twofour.co.uk or directly on 01752 727521

Sarah contacted me appealing for would-be property developers for a pilot programme series for Channel 4.They're looking for budding property developers who need some expert help. If you are about to embark on a renovation project with dreams of ditching the day job and becoming a property developer, they'd like to hear from you.(All calls will be treated in confidence).
Contact the team at sarah.morrison@iwcmedia.co.uk  or on 0141 353 8471

Constance emailed on behalf of Channel 4 and 'George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces'. They're looking for people about to create from scratch or transform an existing space into a really interesting, innovative and unique build to feature in the next series. 
She wrote: "Are you a design enthusiast who is about to embark upon your own transformation? We're looking for people who are about to create from scratch or transform an exisring space into a really interesting and unique build. Whether it's somewhere to work, rest, or play - we want to hear from you."
Contact amazingspaces@plumpictures.co.uk, or call Constance on 020 7184 6798 

Daisy is looking for potential Restoration Man projects. Here's what she wanted me to pass on: "Channel 4’s Restoration Man is looking for owners of unusual historical buildings to take part in the series, which follows restoration from start to finish and delves into the history of the building. The presenter, architect George Clarke, is keen to follow interesting restoration projects and help if he can. We are looking for a variety of buildings – follies, former public toilets, dovecotes, former military buildings, railway buildings, towers – as well as any other unusual and interesting projects. To apply or find out more, please contact the Restoration Man team on 0208 222 4434 or restorationman@tigeraspect.co.uk."

'Location, location, location' periodically sends shout-outs for property in different areas, including renovation property. Contact researchers Holly.Sandford@iwcmedia.co.uk or Charmaine.Evans@iwcmedia.co.uk