A new documentary which has been commissioned by Channel 4 is on a quest to find the best place to live in the UK.
The programme, presented by Sarah Beeny, will examine the facts - from earnings to anxiety, job prospects to health to find out where offers the best overall quality of life in the UK.
Three million people migrate within Britain every year and most of them are young. For them, choosing where to raise a family, start a business, build a career, climb onto the housing ladder and settle in to a community are life-changing questions.
According to figures from mortgage lender The Halifax, East Dunbartonshire is the most affordable district to live in the UK with an average property price of £97,089.
A spokesperson for the programme said: “The area’s low crime rates and proximity to jobs in Glasgow makes East Dunbartonshire an attractive option for young buyers.
“We would love to hear from people who live in East Dunbartonshire such as primary and secondary school teachers who own their own home and commute to Glasgow for work. They should enjoy a good work/life balance and be keen to talk up East Dunbartonshire as the great place to live that it is!”
Filming will take place in early November 2016 and would take around a day and a half.
If you would like to take part please contact the assistant producer Bonita Wadhwa-Kolcak on 0207 424 7644 or firstname.lastname@example.org.