23 Jul '11, 7pm

Living Off the Grid: Free Yourself

Living Off the Grid: Free Yourself

As the numbers who cannot afford a conventional home continue to climb,there is greater interest in living off grid as a solution to the housing crisis. The problem is that property developers sit on available residential land, making it unaffordable for groups of ordinary people to get together and live somewhere pleasant. Sure its always possible to move to some god-forsaken windswept piece of moorland or desert, but living off the grid should not be so miserable.

Full article: http://www.off-grid.net/

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