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Channel 4 takes more “Million Pound Properties”

Stemming from an original one-hour doc of the same name, the 3 x 60-minute series will look at the increase in UK properties valued at a million pounds or more.
May 15, 2015

British pubcaster Channel 4 has ordered a three-part series looking at the increase in properties in the UK valued at a million pounds or more.

The 3 x 60-minute Million Pound Properties is from RDF Television and follows the one-hour doc of the same name which aired earlier. The series will explore what a million pounds or more can buy across the UK, ranging from tiny properties in the capital city, London, to mansions and castles.

The series was commissioned by Emma Cooper and will be exec produced by Daniel Fromm for Zodiak-owned RDF Television.

“Following the Conservatives’ election victory and the removal of the mansion tax threat, it’s a particularly fascinating time to return to the property market and examine what estate agents are already calling a new million pound housing boom, whilst also discovering what motivates some of Britain’s wealthiest home buyers,” said Fromm in a statement.

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