Sustainable Homes Network

Energy efficiency, renewable energy technologies, water recycling and other measures can make your home more sustainable and cheaper to run. But what do these methods involve? Where can you get the products? How much do they cost? The Sustainable Homes Network, brought to you by Sustainable Uttlesford (Uttlesford Local Agenda 21), helps people answer these questions.

The Network


  • Has regular meetings/presentations to show people the different things they can do to green their home and give advice on how to do it
  • Keeps you up-to-date with new products and developments
  • Puts you in touch with people and organisations who have experience with sustainable technologies

Sustainable Homes Network membership is free and open to all. You can join by signing up using our downloadable form, at a meeting, or by contacting the management committee using the details below.

The Sustainable Homes Network is a not-for-profit organisation set-up by Sustainable Uttlesford (), supported by Uttlesford District Council. The Network is for any person, business or organisation with an interest in sustainability and building, extending or improving homes and gardens, and other types of buildings too. The network is run by a management committee of seven elected officers:

Jonathon Cooke
01799 598086

Stuart Monk
07807 235239

Penny Learmonth
01371 820398    07788 588 023

Lorraine Evans
01279 814360    07905 404 637

Paul Kemkaran-Thompson
01371 870078

Sustainable Uttlesford

Paul Garland
01799 526565

Belinda Irons
01763 838732

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