We’ve been talking about the NewNormal since the first statistical decreases in this pandemic’s infections/hospitalisations/deaths. “Enough talking,” say I. Surely for Findhorn Ecovillagers and their supporters the “NewNormal” can’t really be called cutting edge any more…😵 Heck, if you’re still having difficulty doing the NewNormal then perhaps it may be too late!😉 As I still […]
We had the expert designers for the innovative North Whins “waste water” system onsite on Monday 29 July 2021 and the design phase will complete by the end of August! Here’s some background to the current state of play, and the complexity of the environment in which PEThousing group volunteers are working. The Findhorn Foundation […]
Flat 553 at the ‘West Wings’ housing cluster will become available in September 2021. The rent levels are as agreed with the Scottish Rural Housing Fund and are controlled by Moray Council and/or the Scottish Government and the flats are owned and administered by Park Ecovillage Trust Ltd (PET).
The NFD, trading arm of the Findhorn Foundation which is one of the key stakeholders in the Findhorn Ecovillage Community, has been exploring innovative models and technical strategies to ensure sustainability advocacy and leadership for the Findhorn Ecovillage in relation to energy. This is very important for PETs carbon strategy and affordable housing aims for […]
Welcome to the North Whins affordable Housing plans. To enjoy the details click on the respective images!
Hello wonderful supporters of PET’s charitable work. We’ve just celebrated our 12th birthday (yay!) and Chinese New Year started yesterday. And what’s on tomorrow..? Happy Valentine’s day! Would you like to show the Findhorn Ecovillage Community your love this Valentine’s? The ‘Still, small voice within’ Eileen Caddy said: “Only by playing your part to the […]
Here are the first images of PET’s third affordable Housing project works, in chronological order starting in Jan 2021 (1st 4 images); then summer 2021’s basic building work (next 5 images): Photos courtesy of Paddy Atkinson, PET’s Project Manager!