We hope this finds you safe and well in these challenging times.  We have been reviewing what the foreseeable future may be like for us and have some exciting news to share.

Live Zoom tours:

Event 1:  A LIVE zoom tour of the project by one of the founding members for people interested in what it is like to live in a sustainable community and our response to the Climate Emergency.  You can book via  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/live-on-line-interactive-sustainable-living-tour-2-hours-tickets-104329789208.

Event 2:  A LIVE zoom tour for young adults/children interested in what it is like to live in a sustainable community and how they can make a difference in this Climate Emergency.  We are also running a competition with this zoom tour for all participants with a chance to win a free on-site guided tour of the project once the COVID 19 restrictions are lifted.  You can book via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/live-on-line-interactive-sustainable-living-tour-weekday-for-young-adults-1-hour-tickets-104428799350

We hope once we have tested the waters we hope to repeat these depending on the demand and also add some more technical tours.

Please share this with your friends and family. 

New eco home emerges from the ground.

A new eco bungalow starts to take shape here in Hockerton. As usual built far beyond the building regs…. at little to no extra cost! Similar onsite buildings have had net positive energy figures meaning they make more than they consume.


If you have an Eco house to sell and would like us to advertise it on our site please contact us at contact@hockertonhousingproject.org.uk for our terms and conditions.

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Date posted: May 13, 2020 | Author: | No Comments »

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The International Energy Agency IEA says:

Global CO2 emissions are expected to decline by 8%, or almost 2.6 gigatonnes (Gt), to levels of 10 years ago….. six times larger than the previous record reduction of 0.4 Gt in 2009 – caused by the global financial crisis – As after previous crises, however, the rebound in emissions may be larger than the decline, unless the wave of investment to restart the economy is dedicated to cleaner and more resilient energy infrastructure.

In its new 2020 review.

Date posted: May 4, 2020 | Author: | No Comments »

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