CHANNEL 4 ANNOUNCE LOVE IT OR LIST IT SPECIAL FOR BLACK TO FRONT DAY

TV Presenter Scarlette (A Place in The Sun) and her former footballer brother, Stuart, will be putting their experience and expertise to good use and taking the reins for a special version of hit property show, Love it or List it.



The siblings have always had a passion for property and have been running a successful property development, interior design and renovation business for 15 years, making them the perfect pair to help fed-up homeowners decide whether to renovate or sell their property for a new one.


Those fed-up homeowners are Norbert and Shammie who have been living in their house in Ipswich for the past 8 years with Norbert’s mum, Lucia and their two children, Naomi and Tyrell.



They bought the house initially as they believed it had huge potential and have already renovated the garage into a bedroom for Lucia. With a teenager daughter hogging the only bathroom in the house and a small kitchen you can barely swing a cat in, the family are now in desperate need of more space.


Scarlette commented, “I am extremely proud and excited to be a part of C4’s Black to Front day of programming. It’s such an important day and to be a part of the legacy it will hopefully leave is a privilege. Stuart and I have worked on numerous projects together, but this is the first time we have gone head-to-head in a challenge. I love a bit of healthy competition and relish the opportunity to win against my brother on such an historic day!”



Stuart added, “It’s an honour and a privilege to be involved in C4’s Black to Front Project. Unfortunately social media has become a platform for public outbursts of offensive and hurtful remarks. This initiative is a celebration of all black and dual heritage British citizens, our achievements and our continued fight against racism. In this groundbreaking episode of Love it or List it, I desperately want to be the victorious sibling (and think that I will!) but this day and what it stands for is the real winner.”