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No floorboard is left unturned as dynamic property experts Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer help house hunters find the perfect home in the perfect location.
Location, Location, Location returns for a new series on the cusp of a brand new year. In Birmingham, Kirstie Allsopp helps sewing blogger Elle and her fiance Ed, who have seen 52 properties and still can't find the perfect pad. Phil Spencer helps Ben and Laura, who are relocating from Bristol to Birmingham. It's Phil's job to find them a property where they won't be stuck in suburbia.
Kirstie Allsopp searches north east London for ballet dancer Nicol and his brother Harry. They're joining together to get on the property ladder. But even pooling their funds won't get them into Hackney or Hoxton, so it's off to Walthamstow and Leyton. Phil Spencer helps Tinder success story Hiren and Priyanka, who have been searching for a home for a year following a whirlwind romance.
Kirstie Allsopp goes on a property hunt in the trendy suburb of Heaton, in Newcastle, for Tom and Liz - who are fed up renting flats and want to find a home worth forking out for. Phil Spencer is in the Tyne Valley with Michael and Sorrel, who have been searching for two years to find a family home. Having lost out on a house last minute, the couple now only have two months on their rental until they and their four-month-old baby are homeless.
Kirstie Allsopp searches for a family home around Hove on the south coast. Duncan, Anna and their three young daughters have returned from seven years living in Switzerland with a list of criteria as long as your arm. Can Kirstie teach them the art of compromise? Phil Spencer helps Mick and Bernie, who are looking to downsize from Lancashire to the South Downs for their retirement.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer visit Essex and Hertfordshire. Kirstie is house hunting for Justin and Christie, who have spent the first five years of their relationship living 50 miles apart and are desperate to finally live together and start a family. Can Kirstie bridge the geographical divide? Phil's helping Cara and Ben, who need a family home in or near Bishop's Stortford.
Kirstie helps first-time buyer Tim in Oxford, where average prices are 14 times average salary. Phil is in Gloucestershire where a family need a home with a studio and granny annexe.
Phil househunts in Bangor for Lynn, who's been blind since birth and returned to Northern Ireland after 20 years in London. In Belfast, Kirstie seeks a place to share for two busy doctors, who are keen to find a home together before they tie the knot.
In Hertfordshire, Kirstie Allsopp helps Chicago-born Lauren come to terms with the smaller scale of British properties as she and her British husband Paul seek their perfect home. Phil Spencer meets Rich and Bethan, who have lost out on two homes already and are in need of some expert guidance.
In London, Phil Spencer catches up with Krystle and Sam, who wanted a fun party pad near the river, and Jason and Jaye, who found Clapham beyond their budget.
Phil Spencer catches up with two sets of family planners. In 2012, civil partners Ally and Jo were looking in south London for a home big enough for three. And in Cardiff in 2015, children were also part of the plan for Steve and Jo. Did the two couples find the right nests?
Phil catches up with two couples who were struggling to find suitable first marital homes - Rupreet and Sundeep in Harrow and Paul and Elly in Bristol.
Phil Spencer catches up with two couples, who took their first steps on the property ladder in London, and how they got on after making compromises on their preferred areas.
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