We've got all the details on episode 2 of Grand Designs: The Street, aired on 11th April 2019, at 9pm on Channel 4 and hosted by Kevin McCloud.
Episode 2 of Grand Designs: The Street, sees two couples self build their new homes at Graven Hill in Bicester.
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Channel 4’s new show Grand Designs: The Street features 10 self builders take on their first property in Graven Hill, Bicester.
In episode 2, we take a closer look at the Block House and the Barn House, following the self-build journeys of two neighbouring young couples in their 20s, as each hope to create their dream first home.
Make sure you read all the important details after the programme aired on Thursday 11th April 2019 at 9pm, on Channel 4.
Episode 2: Plot 4 and 5
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Plot 4: Jack and Hannah
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- PLOT 4: The Block House
- NAMES: Jack and Hannah, 24
- BEDROOMS: 3
- BATHROOMS: 3
- STARTED: July 2016
- FINISHED: December 2017
- BUILD ESTIMATE: £275K
- FINAL BUILD COST: £281K
Jack, a quantity surveyor, and Hannah, a primary school teacher, have moved to Bicester to live with Jack’s mum to save money whilst they build. Having been priced out of buying in their area, self-build is the only way the couple can afford to get on the housing ladder.
Not only has Jack designed the house himself, he plans to build it himself. They’ve cleverly chosen materials and processes that Jack can do himself – and as a resourceful scavenger, he’s able to source materials that would otherwise end up in landfill.
It’s hard work, but ultimately will save them a fortune on labour. However, it will also create a huge demand on Jack’s time and energy. What could possibly go wrong?