Saving Our Ecovillage

Uncertainty for eco-community’s future as 25-year lease ends

Saving Our Ecovillage Off-grid with their own food, animals, water, power and waste disposal, a Welsh eco-community try to come up with a plan to save their homes and their future.
Brithdir Mawr is an eco-community in Pembrokeshire. But as the 25-year lease on the village runs out, it must be sold. 'We don't want it go to a private buyer, we want it ... to benefit future generations,' says one resident. ‘They live in this particular way and this is something special with the climate change agenda at the moment’ , says the town’s business adviser.

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