Hugh Wallace looking for Dublin home restorers to get involved in next series of The Great House Revival

by Alison O'Hanlon
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Now more than ever, architect and television presenter, Hugh Wallace wants to meet Dublin homeowners who are getting creative with their housing solutions – be it a one-room cottage, an abandoned hay shed or something in between – but does want to hear from you!
Produced by Animo TV, the fifth series of The Great House Revival is currently looking for homeowners to feature. In particular they are looking for homeowners who have planning permission (if required) and who are going on site to start their builds before Christmas. 

As the series is filmed over one year, the home would need to be mostly complete by September 2024 to be included in the show. Hugh and his team will follow the progress of restoration projects in Dublin and across the country, as owners reclaim beautiful buildings from the past to transform them into spaces for modern-day living.
 Hugh Wallace said: “I can’t wait to travel the length and breadth of Ireland once again to follow more brave restorers as they embark on their restoration journey. We’re looking for wonderful projects from Dublin to be included in the fabulous properties to be showcased from across the nation”.
 Maya Derrington, series producer and director of The Great House Revival said: “All over Ireland there are properties in need of serious repair and love, and The Great House Revival champions the bravery of those willing to take them on. Suitable projects include any old buildings that are about to undergo a restoration to be transformed into a home: church conversions, Garda stations, farmhouses, or Georgian townhouses and smaller city terraced homes. No restoration is too small.”

If you, or someone you know in Dublin is about to embark on a restoration of any kind, Animo TV want to hear from you – email [email protected]

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