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Eco Venue Hire

Are you looking for a unique and sustainable venue for a meetingseminarworkshopconference or team ‘away day’? Our visitor centre is available for hire by community groups, businesses, organisations and societies, and makes an inspirational venue for events or product launches.

The setting of Hockerton Housing Project is certain to inspire attendees. As well as the tranquil backdrop of the environmental houses & wildlife ponds, you will be using one of the most energy efficient buildings in the UK.

The Centre meets the most challenging eco-standards. You don’t have to have green credentials to use it, but the venue is sure to inspire you!

For hire from £125 per half day, the facilities include:

  • A dedicated audio-visual room
  • Seminar facilities
  • Outside space in warmer months
  • Permanent exhibitions
  • Wheelchair access
  • Option of local caterer

Parking is limited so please let us know your requirements. We can cater for coach parties and encourage car-sharing where possible.

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Please tick those facilities you would like and provide further details where indicated:
 LCD Projector Laptop Video or DVD player Flipchart

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Do you require catering?  Yes
We use an excellent local caterer and will provide options as part of the completion of this booking. Basic refreshments are included in the venue hire.

Would you like to include any of the following in your visit to Hockerton Housing Project:
 Full tour of the project (2.5 hours) Tour of eco-home only (30-45 minutes) Tour of eco-home and key parts of site only (1 to 1.5 hours) Facilitated workshop session by HHP

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Directions

Hockerton Housing Project
Gables Drive
Hockerton
SOUTHWELL
Nottinghamshire
NG25 0QU 
 


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What makes our venue eco?

  • a green roof for insulation and to control water run-off
  • solar hot water system
  • all energy covered by onsite renewables
  • compost toilets
  • interpretation exhibits about sustainable living
  • recycled furniture
  • local catering, organic where possible
  • woodland and wildlife ponds to promote biodiversity