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TV producers seek nursing staff for housing documentary

A TV production company is seeking nurses and healthcare assistants who have encountered problems getting on the property ladder to take part in a new documentary.

Production company Voltage TV is making the documentary for Channel 4. It aims to provide an insight into the current situation in the booming housing market in London.

The documentary will follow a variety of people experiencing the housing market in the capital, from first time buyers and investors to sellers aiming to downsize as the children move out.

As part of its research, the company is interested in speaking to key workers in the area.

The producers said: “We want this to be a comprehensive and authoritative look at the housing market viewed through the experiences of everyone.

“At this stage, we are interested in speaking with as broad a range of people as possible for background research,” they said.

“If you would like to share your experiences, we would like to hear from you,” they added. 

The programme will be filmed during July and August, and be broadcast in the autumn.

For more information, contact Dan Trelford at or Laura Smith via or call 020 7290 0700.

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