Renewable Energy

renewable energy

Helping individuals, communities and businesses generate their own renewable energy since 2002, using wind & solar technologies at domestic and community-scale.

Eco Homes

eco homes

Designing and monitoring low carbon homes and buildings to cut energy and water bills and carbon, and deliver healthy, warm living space.

Water Systems

water systems

HHP homes have a self-sufficient water system, so they are off the water grid and have zero water bills. We use rainwater harvesting, water efficient appliances, the HHP-designed thermal store to heat water and reed beds to treat waste water.

Visit Hockerton

visit hockerton

Inspiring visitors through a range of events designed to meet the needs of self-builders, researchers, students, local authorities, and business; plus a range of seasonal and sustainable craft-based workshops for children and adults. See our full range of events, book a tour or hire our venue.

Latest Blog: Rare opportunity to buy a home in Hockerton Housing Project

A rare opportunity has come up to buy the largest home at Hockerton Housing Project! The private four-bedroomed house and front garden have stunning views overlooking a lake and woodland, and the residents share in the use of land for food-growing, renewable energy generation and rainwater harvesting.   Key features Earth-sheltered home Four double bedrooms One […]

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Hockerton Housing Project

We bring sustainability to life through our inspiring homes and our affordable, low-tech, efficient buildings, energy and water systems.

Having proved our approach works in practice, we now host tours and courses, and provide consultancy services to help others deliver sustainability in their home or workplace. We also run a number of craft events for children and adults, making the most of the natural resources at Hockerton Housing Project. Find out more below or look at how we can help you.

“This housing development represents a truly innovative approach to constructing new homes using sustainable techniques and materials in a way which is building a real community spirit” – Nick Raynsford, then Construction Minister, opening HHP

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