By harnessing the power of nature with green energy and renewable energy sources, the places we find special can be beautiful forever
We’re going greener. Find out about how we’re meeting our pledge to reduce our use of fossil fuels by 50 per cent by 2020, and our views on how climate change is affecting our places.
At Stickle Ghyll in the Lake District we’re making our own electricity using a natural resource that we have plenty of – rain!
Wimpole Estate is going green by removing the oil-fired central heating system for the Hall and the Old Rectory Restaurant by installing a ground source heat pump using boreholes in part of the current car park.
The once industrial Greenburn valley in Little Langdale is now the site of our newest hydro electric project in the Lake District.
Find out how we equipped the new Crofter's Café at Trelissick with environmentally sustainable energy systems.
Stourhead House is cutting bills and carbon emissions with a cutting edge, greener biomass heating system.
With the installation of our Biomass Boiler into Tranmer House, we're continuing our commitment to renewable energy here at Sutton Hoo
Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire is planning to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels by the installation of a ground source heat pump.