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PDF Version of: Spring 2015: Co-operative Straw Bale

PDF Version of: Spring 2015: Co-operative Straw Bale
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Cover story: To build an affordable self-build roundhouse - fully compliant with national building regulations and brings the ‘reciprocal’ roof structure into the mainstream was not an easy task. Janta Wheelhouse and his family embarked upon a major permaculture project in the West Midlands and the roundhouse is the latest addition to the project. Here Janta demonstrates how inspirational, beautiful, creative and practical such a building can be and how it can involve the wider community as part of a diverse, multifunctional agro-forestry demonstration site.. Janta reports...


PDF version of: Winter 2014: Greendale Cottage - a self build diary

PDF version of: Winter 2014: Greendale Cottage - a self build diary
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Cover story: Phil Newbold and his wife Joy sold their leaky, Victorian house in 2008 and started looking for a building plot to build a low-energy house. They found a plot with planning consent in the village of Eggleston in Teesdale in 2010, moved to a rented house in the village and were gazumped a week before completion. This turned out to be a blessing but at the time it was devastating, not only because of losing £2000 in legal fees but because of the time Phil had spent preparing detailed design drawings for the house ...


PDF Version of: Autumn 2014: Do you like my ecohome?

GBmag Autumn 2014
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Cover story: Skanda Vale is a multi-faith ashram or monastery, located near Carmarthen in Wales. It was established in 1973, and has grown steadily. Now the monks and nuns pride themselves on caring for 90,000 pilgrims a year. They also look after around 200 birds and animals, many of whom have been rescued from abuse or neglect. In 1980 the community were given a young orphaned elephant, Valli, by the Sri Lankan government. Her name means ‘the adorable one’, and indeed, she has grown into a truly adorable, and adored, temple elephant. Olwyn Pritchard reports...


PDF Version of: Summer 2014: Green Deal

GBmag Summer 2014
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Cover story: Since the roll out of the Green Deal in October 2012, the public take up of the scheme has been non-existent. Headlines such as ‘Green Deal Cashback Scheme in Tatters’ reflect the fact that as of November 2012 not a single household had signed up for the flagship coalition energy efficiency scheme.1 This is set to change however with the introduction of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) – offering home owners up to £7600 cashback. Mike George intends to be one of the very first to take advantage of this offer with the aid of Green Deal assessor, Neil Dodd. This, the first of a series of articles will follow the progression of the works from survey to post-completion energy use and aims to aid others, not just in the Green Deal (GD) process, but with external wall insulation (EWI) best practice.


PDF Version of: Spring 2014: Affordable Low Energy Homes For All

GBmag Spring 2014
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Cover story: Research commissioned by the Welsh Government estimates that there is a need for sustainable and affordable housing. It is claimed that over 14,000 new homes are needed every year in Wales for the next 15 years. Wales' Minister for Sustainable Development has made the provision of affordable housing a high priority during his tenure. Ty Solar could help achieve this aim. Sally Hall reports...


 
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