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Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp go head to head as they battle it out to convince homeowners to either sell their home or refurbish it.They're standing by to help UK homeowners who are divided over staying put or selling up. Kirstie is on hand to teach you that with clever design and spending wisely it's possible to fall in "love" with your home all over again, while Phil thinks there are dream homes within reach and that you should sell up and "list it".
In East Grinstead, Lucy and Lynton are at loggerheads over their three-bed semi. Lucy loves its location and its 'feel', but Lynton finds it claustrophobic. Will Phil's picks trump Kirstie's makeover?
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Nitasha and Nikunj in Staines-upon-Thames, who are unsure whether to sell their four-bed dormer bungalow or renovate instead. Having been reluctant to buy it just two and a half years ago, Nitasha has made the place home and believes it has the potential to be perfect for their future family. However, Nikunj feels like the work on the house will never be done, and would prefer to look for somewhere new.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Emily and Kris in the village of Somersham, Cambridgeshire, who are unsure whether to sell their three-bed semi or renovate instead. Primary school teacher Emily thinks they need a bigger home with more space for their growing children, but Kris feels their home has too much potential and would prefer to stay put.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Gary and Bill in the Edinburgh suburb of Portobello, who are unsure whether to sell their 19th-century four-bed home or renovate instead. Bill loves their home's character, quirkiness and close proximity to the seaside, but Gary hates the busy road and the home's layout, and would like to settle down somewhere new.
Kirstie Allsopp catches up with Julie and Allen in Stoke, a couple who appeared on the show in 2019, to see if they followed through with their decision. Julie and Allen could not agree on any of the many houses they had viewed together, so they turned to Kirstie and Phil to help end their decade-long debate - should they sell their home or stay put and renovate?
Phil Spencer returns to Cullercoats on North Tyneside to catch up with Mark and Suze, who were unable to agree on what to do with their four-bed Victorian town house. When Kirstie and Phil first met the couple nine months earlier, emotional ties to their home had left them in limbo, with Suzie feeling like she was unable to leave, but Mark longed to move into a bigger home with a better layout for their family. Now, Phil returns to find out if they followed through with their decision.
Phil Spencer returns to Brixworth in Northamptonshire to catch up with Sarah and Ian who appeared on the show back in 2015. Back then, they had just one toddler and two dogs and their two-bed semi was bursting at the seams. Ian wanted to move on, but Sarah was determined to stay, convinced their home had the potential to cater for a growing family. Now, Phil returns to find out what happened next.
Kirstie and Phil look back on some of their best future-proofing renovations, from a layout let-down in Yorkshire to a bothersome bungalow in Surrey
Kirstie and Phil look back on their best budget-stretching renovations, from a cramped three-bed semi in Long Eaton to a not-so-done-up terrace in Shropshire
Kirstie and Phil look back on their best layout transformations and extensions, from a boxy cottage on the rural outskirts of Leeds to a 1930s three-bed semi in Birmingham.
Kirstie and Phil look back on their best transformations of single-storey living, from an unusual bungalow in Croydon to a dated, 70s-style bungalow in Larne.
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