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Our Vision, mission and aims

We have co-created and adopted these 'Objects' as the bedrock of our organisation, to guide our thinking and the development of our Tiny House projects.  The contents were discussed and developed through a collaborate process open to all of our members and we reached agreement by consent. The content of the document will be reviewed periodically.


We dream of a world where it is true that people dwell and thrive in inclusive and nourishing communities integrated into and participating in the wider living systems of the planet. 


To create regenerative places where people and nature coexist and evolve together to provide solutions to the housing, ecological and climate crises.


Land and Homes

  • Acquiring and managing a portfolio of sites within the West of England, removing them from the speculative market and protecting them for common good land uses; in particular for the creation of culturally and ecologically regenerative tiny house settlements that lift up those in housing need and steward the land. 

  • Acting as enablers and developers of: 

    • low-impact, nature-first, truly and permanently affordable homes for rental, shared ownership or owner occupation

    • integrated shared resources (e.g renewable energy, food, workspace, meeting space) with reference to co-housing principles

  • Collaborating with landowners and local businesses to source materials, labour and other resources from our bioregion 



  • Enabling the creation of diverse, inclusive, thriving communities that adhere to THCB principles using dynamic governance and power sharing structures at all scales across the organisation.

  • Keeping our collective visioning dynamic, in order to build our adaptive capacity and respond to the emerging future.


Learning and livelihoods

  • Providing opportunities for learning, skills and knowledge building and sharing which will enable members to pursue regenerative, purposeful and rewarding livelihoods.

  • Enabling direct involvement of residents, prospective residents and other members in the design and construction of homes and communal spaces.

  • Integrating reflective practice and ongoing evaluation into the work of the organisation to support our own and others’ learning. 

  • Committing to ongoing collective inquiry into the cultural and personal dimensions of, and solutions to, issues of inclusion and diversity. 



  • Increasing the social, ecological and economic value of the sites we manage or own to create collective sufficiency and generate benefits that will feed into other THCB projects.

July 2020

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