Intrigued by what an earth-sheltered home might look, or feel like, inside? Or wanting an overview of what it is to live sustainably?
Join one of the small group tours at the Hockerton Housing Project, led by a resident of the project on six Saturdays a year to give you a personal view on what it’s like to live in this sustainable co-housing project.
This tour includes a guided walk around the site to learn about our food, water and renewable energy systems, a tour of one of the homes, and a presentation on the challenges faced during the build, and subsequent development, of the project.
It is ideal for:
– People seeking a more sustainable personal lifestyle
– Undergraduate students
– Environmental and energy campaigners
– Other organisations with an interest in environmental issues, including climate change mitigation and adaptation.
The next tours will take place on: Saturday 20th Sept and 8th Nov
If you have a large group please contact us about a group tour. If you wish to discuss your self-build, renewable energy or water systems project in detail please consider a bespoke visit to ensure we can answer your questions in full.
For a booking form click here: www.hockertonhousingproject.org.uk