At Earth Trust Centre, our Earth lab building has been ingeniously designed to use water recovered from the landscape, via our wildflower meadow roof, to flush the toilets.
On 18th May, Earth Trust is bringing together the expertise of a diverse panel of industry leaders to explore what ‘Building Nature In’ to the places where people live, work and play could look like and discuss how key challenges can be overcome.
Earth Trust are delighted to have won the Award for Most Innovative and Sustainable Initiative of the Year at the OxPropFest Awards, in recognition of our innovative new build – Earth Lab.
What has Earth Trust got to do with The UK Property Festival, and why is being shortlisted for not one but two property awards so significant?
Earth Lab hosts students for the first time.
The opportunity to be part of Earth Lab from the very beginning was an amazing opportunity for me and the whole Environmental Education Team. We have been blessed with working in our beautiful learning barn for 10 years, welcoming children, young people, adults and families to learn about the land, environment and history of this area.
Four years ago Chris Phillips became a Trustee. “I chair Earth Trust’s Safety Committee and, as a retired head teacher, have also taken a keen interest in the environmental education programme.”
Despite the lockdown over the last couple of months, behind the hoardings exciting things have been taking shape at Earth Trust.
As climate change rises up public and corporate agendas, rarely are there opportunities to design and construct a building that has potential to demonstrate and encourage future sustainable construction and inspire future generations.