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Are you struggling to find the land or get planning for your off-grid Tiny Home or Cabin? Or do you have the land but don’t have the capital or the knowledge to get planning for an off-grid glamping site? We can help! We successfully create sustainable Tiny Homes & Cabins in authentically off-grid locations with...
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For decades, modular homes have been seen as a potential ‘home for the future’. With the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic still affecting people of all ages in the UK, and with the housing crisis seemingly growing — now could truly be the time for modular houses to go from a sound concept for...
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Mindfulness and wellbeing
The practice of living each day in the hopes of improving your mindfulness and wellbeing is becoming increasingly popular. As a collective, many of us are looking to relieve the stresses of modernity, to be more present in life, and to not let it pass us by.  One of the biggest factors that prevents an...
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What makes a great development plot?
Escaping the concrete jungle is a dream for many people across the UK, and living off grid is quickly becoming the main way of leaving the rat race behind. But putting your current way of living to one side in favour of a more tranquil existence doesn’t come without its own complications, the very first...
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Reconnect with nature
In a world where technology forms such a huge part of our everyday lives, it’s important to take a step back regularly and to reconnect with nature. There’s no denying that mobile phones and computers have made our lives easier. Instant access to entertainment and the ability to communicate with anyone we want at the...
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Tiny house movement uk
The tiny house movement in the UK is a trend that originated in the States but is catching on here very quickly. The idea of “bigger is better” is dying out, and the concept of “good things come in small packages” is taking its place. But what exactly is the tiny house movement and why...
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Eco Home
Life is hectic, and it’s important to take some time out for yourself regularly. Work deadlines, a bombardment of BBC “bad news headlines” and the expectation to show our best side for social media can easily affect our lives. A short stay in an eco holiday home set against the beautiful backdrop of nature gives...
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How to convert a container home in the uk
Over three quarters of people in the UK live in urban settings. This is mostly because cities offer things that more rural areas may not such as career advancement and an exciting nightlife. However, the sights and sounds of city life are also full of potential stress triggers. The constant hustle-and-bustle, noisy surroundings and the...
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How to Live Off the Grid
As with each new generation, humanity has arguably never had it so good. Modern life is full of convenience, wonder and easy access to entertainment and communication.  Despite this, modern life is also tough. Constantly being switched on and connected also means we have easy access to the less-appealing parts of modern society, such as...
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Taking a mental health break from work
It has been almost 100 years since the idea of the 9 to 5 workweek was introduced by the Ford Motor Company, before being standardised across the world a decade later. The concept has remained the standard across borders, continents, and industries. However, the adaptation to home-working in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic saw...
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