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Sustainable Living Tour
9 Jun 18
2:00pm to 5:00pm
East of England and Midlands
Gables Drive, Hockerton, NG25 0QU, Southwell
Hockerton Housing Project
£0 - £5
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
Interested in how co-housing works in practice? 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 our small group tours, which are led by a resident of the project to give you a personal view on what it’s like to live in this sustainable co-housing project, which is now in its 19th year.
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 talk on the challenges faced during the build, and subsequent development, of the project.
The tour is ideal for those wanting to find out more about sustainability in the home and local communities.
Hockerton Housing Project also run private tours for community groups, schools, universities, self-builders and the wider housing sector.