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29 year old couple living in uk waning to relocate preferably somewhere warmer and build a homestead with others. We want to talk to like minded people who are serious about going off grid and setting up a small community. The dreams not possible on our own but I believe together we can build it and make it possible.

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6 Responses to “Wanting to buy share towards land and build a community”

  1. Gilles Groulx

    Hi my wife and i also want to live off grid within the next 5 years ,We live in Canada and would want to live somewhere warm all year round . Let me know your thoughts on this maybe we can get a community together.

  2. roel Kerpel


    I want this also,. Preferably this sumer or at least this year,.
    I live in a truck now,.momentarely in the netherlands but planning to head south around may / june, I have some money and lots of tools and usefull things, I am pretty skilled in building whatever., How ever I can’t an don’t want to do this alone,. let’s meet!

  3. Joshua1971

    Hi, we are also a couple living in the UK and like yourself are looking the possibility of investing in land or property within a community or help start a community with the objective of living off grid. We don’t know where to start other than on this site, perhaps you would like to get in touch and we can share idea? We are based in Ipswich in Suffolk

  4. Moira108

    Hi. I’ve been living in a motorhome for the past 18 months and I’m just starting to think about finding somewhere to settle and live sustainably. I’m from the UK but in Spain at the moment. I run an online business from the van, the idea being to save some cash to enable me to buy some land somewhere and convert / build. It’s still a long way in the future for me and my plans are pretty sketchy at the moment but as I’m alone (apart from my doggie buddy) I don’t think I can achieve this without reaching out to like minded people….

    • Blue

      Hi Moira, and anyone else who might be interested. Looking to expand an existing Permaculture/Spiritual project in Pembrokeshire. You don’t need money to ‘buy land’ but you do need guts, stamina and determination. Windows like this don’t stay open for long and will close soon if no-one takes up the offer. Aiming to be self-sufficient at the new site in meat, eggs, milk, fish, power and fuel in one year. Experience in growing fruit and vegetables would be a great advantage. Practical skills essential. Must like chickens and goats type of people! Anyone interested in becoming part of a society where the currency within your community borders is caring and sharing, please get in touch. Couples welcome. Children welcome. May need to rough it initially so a camper van would be helpful, although we could probably sort out temporary accommodation. Will need to apply for One Planet Status to build a new home. All the best to all, Blue

  5. B McKeever

    Sounds like we have the same idea. I have long wanted to live off grid and apart from society as a whole. I also know that it will take building a community of like minded people with varying skills to accomplish this. I’m here in the States and know of a great place (state) that has abundant and relatively cheap land with a low population density. I would love to share my ideas and learn of yours as well. I should tell you that I am looking at making the “move” in about five years or so due to family circumstances. In that time, I figure to find the people, purchase the land and materials and have at least a ‘common structure” built. Anyway, look forward to speaking with you.