Piers Morgan presents a new three-part documentary series exploring the extraordinary phenomenon that is Sandbanks – the small peninsula jutting out from the Dorset coast that, in little more than 100 years, has been transformed from a barren sand dune housing a couple of coastguard cottages, into one of the world’s most expensive places to live.
Today, following a boom in the 1990s, Sandbanks is a developers' paradise - a playground for the rich and famous with properties on the market for up to £12 million.
Piers meets some of the residents, including Portsmouth FC manager, Harry Redknapp, £7 million Portsmouth signing Sulley Muntari, property developer Eddie Mitchell, Richard Carr, a controversial local boy-made-good who is knocking down houses to make way for blocks of flats, Tom Doyle, the estate agent who's already made a small fortune from the gold rush and - leading the campaign against redevelopment - Terry Stewart, President of the local Residents' Association.
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