We are proud to be affiliated with some excellent organisations.
The Low Impact Network
This organisation collaborates with specialists in technical, philosophical and financial topics, and make the results accessible to the general public. They aim to help as many people as possible to live more sustainably and to reduce their reliance on the corporate sector. Find out more by visiting http://www.lowimpact.org
The Association for Environment Conscious Building
The AECB is a network of individuals and companies with a common aim of promoting sustainable building. It brings together builders, architects, designers, manufacturers, students, educators, housing associations and local authorities, to develop, share and promote best practice in environmentally sustainable building. They pride themselves on independence, relevance and practicality. Find out more by visiting https://www.aecb.net.
SBUK – Straw Bale Building UK
SBUK’s aim is to promote straw bale building and best practice within the sector.
SBUK is an association of:
They have banded together to provide a resource hub to aid you on your straw-bale building journey – more information can be found by visiting http://strawbalebuildinguk.com/.
Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP)
The ASBP champions products that are better for us and the environment, as well as those companies and organisations prepared to push the
boundaries. They seek to support industry to make better decisions and legislators to make better policy. They work from a position of independence from government and from short term commercial interests. Find out more here: http://asbp.org.uk/
Recently the ASBP have established the Natural Fibre Insulation Group (NFIG) More information can be found about this group here http://asbp.org.uk/events/nfig-cpd1
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB)
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings is involved in all aspects of the survival of buildings which are old and interesting. Their principal concern is the nature of their “restoration” or “repair”, because misguided work can be extremely destructive. The skill lies in mending with the minimum loss of fabric, romance and authenticity. Old buildings cannot be preserved by making them new. More here: http://www.spab.org.uk