'Individual Sufficiency, Collective Abundance'
We are a self governing group of like-minded people from Bristol and beyond working together within the legal framework of a Community Benefit Society (here is a link to our rules), to challenge the crippling condition of the housing market and the crises of climate breakdown & huge biodiversity loss. We are co-creating a regenerative, systems thinking, community-led alternative. We have a vision and a plan and are committed to doing everything we can to make our vision a reality. Working with the frameworks of ReSet (Regenerative Settlements), One Planet Living (Bioregional) and the principles of Doughnut Economics (Kate Raworth), we will be bringing the Tiny House Movement to Bristol and the West of England.
Here is a link to our 'Newcomer's Guide' for details on where we're currently at.
Here is a link to a live presentation that we use to give talks about our project. As it's a live presentation, some of the slides might not yet be fully populated with the full info/data...
The tiny house movement is a description for the architectural and social movement that advocates living simply in small homes. There is currently no set definition as to what constitutes as a tiny house; however, a residential structure under 500 square feet (46 m2) is generally accepted to be a tiny home. The tiny house movement promotes financial prudence, eco-friendly choices, shared community experiences, and a shift in consumerism-driven mindsets.
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