George Clarke continues his noble quest to restore and reinvent - turning beautiful but neglected structures into unique dream homes.
Tonight, George Clarke is in Lancashire where he meets Matt and his future father-in-law Mike who are combining their resources to convert a huge water filtration plant into two semi-detached houses.
A Cheshire couple battle to turn an 85 foot art deco water tower into a six-storey house they'll never want to leave. And then, what kind of furniture will they fill it with?
George catches up with Carol and Majid's brick water-tower conversion. Has the heritage property combined well with their 21st-century design innovations?
In Harrogate, restoration novices Mark and Laura have hatched a plan to turn two beautiful church buildings into family homes. But will their high standards prove too costly?
Returning: Bruce Woodall started restoring a Georgian gazebo tower on top of Pembroke's medieval city walls 30 years ago. But recent planning laws threaten to shut down the build for good.
George Clarke visits Lee Head at his Victorian railway station project in Northumberland. Will the conversion turn out to be the opportunity of a lifetime?
Colin and Emma Hewes convert a disused Edwardian church into a family home.
Series Final. George catches up with Ian and Jayne, who bought a large derelict Victorian school in the valleys of west Wales to convert into a home and a site for their new eco business.
George catches up with Nik and Vanessa and their immaculate 19th century gatehouse cottage that was so tiny they couldn't fit a proper bathroom inside.
Yorkshire couple Carol and Majid embark on an ambitious adventure, transforming a brick water tower into a five-storey home. But unexpected costs and legal problems hit the project.
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