logoOur team of Associates is well qualified and very experienced to offer integrated range of services in design and planning of most projects having an eco-sustainable remit.
We always try to include permacultrally designed environments in our projects, and we study the environmental context carefully before designing micro-climate, cosmic or natural energy flows, geology, topography and hydrology.
Members of our team are very aware of the effect any project in architecture or permculture can have on local people or users, whether aesthetic, socially desirable, energetically advantageous. We feel passionate about improving quality of life for all beings and biosphere.

All our designs have a natural sustainability approach: - examples comprising these are solar-gain, P.V, and solar water arrays, high insulation, on site small scale bio gas plants for electric power and compost, wind, micro hydro, natural energies,flow by natural geometry and feng shui.

All kinds of architectural designs, gardens and landscapes urban design with strong socis-environmental ethical remit consultancy studies and surveys to achieve healthy, healing and emotionally relaxing interiors or gardens.

Future Projects

A Beginner’s Guide to Self- Build (part 2)

New to building your home? Here is our step -by-step guide Schedule Arrange a mortgage in principle Find a potential plots Assess development potential Plan budget Arrange a valuation of the plot Arrange a site survey Purchase site Arrange site insurance Choose designer and builders Create your design Get planning permission Apply for water and […]

| November 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

TEECom Totnes Eco- Education Co-op

This is our very own autonomous self build eco- community co-op. Our aim include building detached eco-homes to our own designs to suit our individual needs and dreams. We plan to run self build construction hand on sessions during this program and permacultural designs courses later. We are a small group of people, mostly local […]

| November 14, 2013

Ever Fancied organising the deisgn and construction of a home for yourself?

More than half the population of Britain likes the idea of one day building their own home. The trouble is, it’s usually quite complicated, and  often often it’s incredibly diffcult to find a suitable plot of land. All that will change when the huge Graven Hill redevelopment projects gets underway. The site is big enough to […]

| October 3, 2013

Internships and Volunteering with EAPP

Eco- Architecture and Permacultural Planning is currently seeking dynamic interns and volunteers to join our dedicated team of permaculturalist, designers, sustainable planners, conservationists, journalists , self builders and others. you are suitable for volunteering or developing a personalised internship for Eco-Architecture and Permacultural Planning CIC if you want to: improve your writing and reporting skills and develop valuable skills, use […]

| June 18, 2013

Projects

Abingdon’s First Green Investment

Share Offer coming on 1st November target 1 million Hydroelectricity from the Thames in Abingdon A not -for -profit community project. Community Owned: wide ownership – we can’t go on burning fossil fuels the way we are now. Highly Visible: and deliberately so – this is renewable energy for all to see. Public Access: On […]

| October 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Creating a Permaculture front garden – Transition Town Totnes Skills Share

On Saturday 7th December 2013 slide and talk at Birdwood House High Street Totnes from 3pm-5pm.  How to turn your front garden in to a permaculture garden. on Sunday 8th December 2013 will be the hands on practical workshop. Building the raised beds in the front garden, and help with the planting of the organic, […]

| November 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

The eco-hamlet – garden-centred planning

Jeffrey Gale proposes the development of garden-centred sustainable communities in the form of small-scale ‘eco-hamlets’  Writing in the February 2008 issue of Town & Country Planning*, Peter Roberts referred to the need to learn from what has gone before in creating new settlements. Pioneer thinkers like Ebenezer Howard, George Cadbury, Titus Salt et al. all wished […]

| June 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Launch of England China Business Forum on Friday 8th February, 12 pm to 2 pm

Launch of England China Business Forum on Friday 8th February, 12 pm to 2 pm, at the Birmingham Hippodrome with the theme England China – the Next 10 Years. Speakers include Gisela Stuart, MP; Adrian Shooter, Regional Chair of the Confederation of British Industry; John Rider, Regional Chair of the Institute of Directors and Dr […]

| January 24, 2013

News

Intern Film Marker

Eco Architecture & Permacultural Planning CIC is a Social Enterprise. We are a small team with sustainable ethics ethos. We have seen our social following grow in the past two years and are looking for a volunteer film marker to help use build engagement through short, funny,films with some documentaries. Ideally the candidate would be […]

| November 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

A Beginner’s Guide to Self- Build (part 2)

New to building your home? Here is our step -by-step guide Schedule Arrange a mortgage in principle Find a potential plots Assess development potential Plan budget Arrange a valuation of the plot Arrange a site survey Purchase site Arrange site insurance Choose designer and builders Create your design Get planning permission Apply for water and […]

| November 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

A Beginners Guide to Self Build

If you are new to building your own home we have a series of articles that will guide you and explain everything you need to know in order to begin the self build journey – from finding the designer to work with to how much it will cost, and  where to find the money.  Self […]

| October 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Home Sweet co-home

Amy Hall takes a look at the highs and lows of choosing: low impact communal living with your own front door. The spiralling cost of buying a home and the search for a more community-focused way of life is inspiring  some people to club together and form ;coshing’ communities, sharing the cost but also the […]

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

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