Planning your day at the London Home Show

Attend London’s no.1 first time buyer event

Share to Buy’s free London Home Show event will be returning to the QEII Centre in Westminster on Saturday 15th April, 2023 – and we’re celebrating 10 years of the capital’s biggest first time buyer event!

Event details

  • London Home Show Spring 2023.
  • April 15th, 10am — 5pm.
  • Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, SW1P 3EE.
  • This event is ticket only.
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Planning your day

Hosted by Share to Buy, we’re looking forward to welcoming thousands of budding buyers back to the London Home Show this April.

If you’re heading to Westminster for our spring exhibition, we wanted to provide you with the information you’ll need to plan your day and ensure that you get the most out of your time at the country’s biggest first time buyer property event.

Ahead of the event, you can also find out more about the different housing options available to you on including Shared Ownership, Discount Full Ownership, London Living Rent and more.

Opening times

The event will open at 10am and close at 5pm but you don’t need to be there all day, so feel free to arrive at a time that suits you.

Exhibitor list

We will have over 40 exhibitors on hand to speak with you at the show including housing providers, developers, sales agents, mortgage brokers, financial advisors, solicitors and more. You can plan out who you would like to speak to on the day using our full list of exhibitors and floor plan.

Available homes

Wherever you’re looking to buy in London or the Home Counties, you’ll be able to find out information about hundreds of available and upcoming homes in the capital and beyond. Check out our full location list to see which exhibitors have homes in each area.

Seminars and Workshops

We will be hosting a variety of live seminars including Ask the Experts: Shared Ownership 101 sessions where you can put your home-buying questions to the housing specialists, and Affordability Workshops with Censeo Financial where you can learn about the mortgage process and how much money you’ll need to buy a home.

Additionally, you can also attend live First Time Buyer Workshops with speakers from Dutton Gregory Solicitors, HomeViews, Home at Last and Gen H.

While you can’t register for these sessions in advance, you can check out the full schedule ahead of time. To book your place, just visit the Share to Buy team at Stand 1 on the day of the event!

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Travel to the QEII Centre

The QEII Centre is ideally located in the heart of Westminster meaning that there are plenty of travel options for those attending the London Home Show.

Train: The nearest stations are Charing Cross, Victoria and Waterloo.

Tube: The nearest stations are Westminster, St. James’ Park and Victoria.

Parking: While there isn’t parking available at the QEII Centre, there are several car parks within walking distance of the venue, including Q-Park Westminster.

Disabled Parking: Blue badge holders are permitted to park on the QEII Centre forecourt free of charge. However, this is subject to availability so please call ahead to the venue to enquire. Alternatively, the nearest blue badge disabled parking bays are located on Matthew Parker Street, Tothill Street and Old Queen Street.

Cycling: There is local parking for those bringing their own bicycle, as well as Santander Cycle Scheme docking stations nearby.

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Attend the London Home Show

Why you should attend the London Home Show - speak to housing providers!

Tickets for the London Home Show are free, but visitors must register in advance to attend. For more information, or to reserve your place at the capital’s no.1 first time buyer event, please visit the Eventbrite page.

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