Hockerton Housing Project :: Shared Description

Sustainable living project in the Nottinghamshire village of Hockerton. Hockerton Housing Project (HHP) is a self-sufficient co-housing development. The earth-sheltered homes are built with high thermal mass and high levels of insulation to eliminate the need for heating systems. Residents of the five houses generate their own clean energy to meet their remaining energy needs. They also grow most of their own food, harvest their own water and recycle waste materials. LinkExternal link
by Richard Croft

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SK7156 : Organic vegetable garden by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Hockerton Sunset by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Mystery Hill by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Mystery Hill Lake by Richard Croft
SK7156 : The Reservoir by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Seven standing stones by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Organic vegetable garden by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Hockerton Housing Project by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Mystery Hill Lake by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Reed bed by Richard Croft
SK7156 : Hockerton Housing Project by Richard Croft


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Created: Sun, 18 Nov 2012, Updated: Sun, 18 Nov 2012

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