Produced by the National Self Build & Renovation Centre (NSBRC), Swindon’s award-winning visitor centre, the January Show is always the best attended of the three major events it holds each year.
With 53% of people in the UK interested in building their own home, the exciting line-up of seminars on offer will cover everything you need to get started. From planning and plot finding and to financing and timber frames, the free talks are a great way to pick up a wealth of valuable information, for both newcomers and skilled professionals.
Over 240 exhibitors will be showcasing their latest products and technologies with experienced representatives on hand to demonstrate, answer questions and offer their professional advice. Guided tours of the fantastic educational zones, featuring the life-size ‘Renovation House’ and brilliant ‘New Build Journey’ are the perfect way to help visualise these products as part of your finished project.
The NSBRC’s own team of impartial experts along with architects, project managers, designers, planners and eco consultants, will be on hand to meet for one-on-one sessions throughout the show. Offering free advice, they will happily talk through your ideas with you, no matter how big or small, and offer their expert opinions and guidance on even the trickiest of questions. Whatever stage your project is in, there will be an expert available to offer feedback and support on every step, no matter how big or small. Whether that’s where to start, the best building methods and materials for the job, advice on the latest legislation or just checking that a quote sounds reasonable.
• Over 20 seminars, live demonstrations, case studies and panel debates each day
• Guided tours of the NSBRC’s fantastic life-size educational exhibits
• Over 240 exhibitors
• Free self-build course taster sessions
• One-to-one expert advice.
The National Self Build & Renovation Show is easy to get to with the NSBRC located on junction 16 of the M4 and parking is plentiful and free. The show runs from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th January with tickets £12 per adult on the day. You can still claim free advance tickets by booking through www.nsbrc.co.uk.