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and they lived happily ever after…

It’s been some time since our last newsletter was distributed.  We’ve been completing the Orchard Walk project, the final touches being street trees and community gardens. To provide shade, produce, privacy, shelter for our local lizards and birds, and beauty… Continue Reading →

Small scale infill v long term sustainability

How can a two for one suburban infill site  be developed to make a positive contribution to the quality of the neighbourhood, achieve higher environmental standards and support innovation? Our targeted Dover Gardens site is well located for transport, employment and services. … Continue Reading →

a greenie living in the city?

Living in the city has advantages including a huge range of retail, health and business services, employment, public transport, vibrant social life…but it’s notoriously difficult to reduce your carbon footprint while living in an inner city apartment.  There’s limited green… Continue Reading →

Creating homes suited to climate

LNB Orchard Walk homes are energy efficient – designed using passive solar principles for year round comfort. We were intent on developing sustainable and affordable homes that would have low ongoing energy and other costs. Energy efficient features of the homes… Continue Reading →

Community with intent or intentional community?

Charles Durret visits Adelaide in April 2016 With construction well and truly underway at Orchard Walk, Living Not Beige has turned its attention outwards again. In April this year, Charles Durret of Co-housing USA visited Australia for a series of… Continue Reading →

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