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Description - The New Home Plans Book by Murray Armor

All aspiring builders have their own ideas when it comes to designing their dream home. This book offers the key to realising your dreams. Packed with advice, information and over 350 breathtaking and innovative plans, this fully revised and updated version of The Home Plans Book will help you to incorporate your own ideas to create a perfect home. Taken from a wide cross-section of the major companies within the self-build industry, The New Home Plans Book gathers together all the very best plans and divides them into fourteen main categories for easy reference. Above all, this book is a great source of ideas, so whether you are considering building a cottage or a bungalow, a house with a granny flat or a mansion on a sloping site, The New Home Plans Book seeks to guide you through the choices and help you to select the right plan for your lifestyle and site.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780091894474
ISBN-10: 0091894476
Format: Paperback
Pages: 432
Imprint: Ebury Press
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Publish Date: 2-Oct-2003
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Murray Armor

David Snell has been in the property and building industry for four decades. He first built his own home in 1971 and then met and worked with Murray Armor, the acknowledged expert within the self-build industry. Following Murray's death in 1998, David took over this mantle and has become well-known for his many articles on self-building and for his appearances at self-build shows, courses and exhibitions. He is a contributing editor on Homebuilding and Renovating magazine and the property expert for the Daily Telegraph's Saturday Property Clinic, 'Bricks and Mortar'. Most recently he has been the consultant on the TV programme 'Wrong House, Right House'.