Channel 4 has commissioned Crackit Productions for a series profiling small homes across the UK.
Little House, Big Plans (6 x 60 minutes) will be hosted by property expert Sarah Beeny and feature architect Damion Burrows, along with some of the UK’s other most promising architects, as they explore small homes with elaborate plans for expansion. The series will focus on how even on a tight budget, you can utilize a small space by profiling space-saving bungalows and eco-homes.
“Having been cooped up for over 15 months, who isn’t sick of staring at the same space and dreaming of pushing the walls out,” said Crackit CEO Elaine Hackett in a news release.
“Sarah’s been in the renovation business for over 20 years, and there’s no better person to help us make our small places, bigger spaces. Alongside Damion’s expert eye for design, this series not only captures the awe-inspiring stories, and the personal journeys, but also ensures that we, the audience take-away the secrets and tools that will enable us to transform our own spaces.”
Little House, Big Plans is scheduled to premiere later this year, and was commissioned for Channel 4 by Kate Thomas, commissioning editor of daytime and features. The series’ executive producers are Hackett and Kerry Brierley, with Fay Gibson working as series producer.