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Location, Location, Location comes to Kent coast and Canterbury for its 33rd series on Channel 4

By Rebecca Tuffin

Hit show Location, Location, Location is back for its 33rd series and is looking for Kent people to take part.

Property experts Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer will be helping those who appear on the show find their dream home this June.

Channel 4 are encouraging applications from the coastal areas of Whitstable, Westgate, Herne Bay, Margate, Broadstairs, Ramsgate, Cliffsend, Sandwich Bay, Deal, Walmer, Dover and New Romney.

Property experts Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp
Property experts Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp

The production team are also hoping to hear from chain free buyers in Canterbury.

Whether you are upsizing, downsizing, buying your first property or relocating for work, this popular pair could help you find the perfect home.

Growing up in Kent himself, Phil Spencer studied as a surveyor before decided the housing market was heavily biased towards sellers in terms of professional support available.

He saw an opportunity to set himself up as a home finder and founded property search company Garrington Home Finders Ltd in 1996.

First airing in 2000, Location, Location, Location has now had hundreds of episodes, with Kirstie and Phil touring the country alongside hopeful families and couples.

The pair have since launched an independent production company called Raise the Roof with colleagues from IWC Media in 2010.

Applications for the show close on May 20, so for a chance to appear on our screens this summer click here.

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