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Organisations We Like 


Balanced View trains people in gaining sustainability from within. It is the most comprehensive instructive and effective training we have come across for supporting ethical business practice, balancing the needs of all of us working for Bright Green Futures, working in mutual support and being of benefit to the world. It identifies the fundamentals of the core leadership skills necessary for innovation and success, both professionally and personally. It provides the tools needed for perfected practical action in everyday life as well as in all business settings. The training combines written instruction with the practical application of how to bring clarity to the collaborative work setting and highlights how easy it is to go beyond the current parameters of successful leadership and innovation. At Bright Green Futures we regularly attend trainings run by Balanced View to inform our business practice and decisions.

NaCSBA lobbies UK government to make self-build a volume housing solution. Through NaCSBA we are involved and kept up-to-date with the political environment that effects our company. All local authorities will be required to meet demand for Self-Build and the way this is measured is through how many people have registered on the local Self-Build registers. Therefore the more people register the more support we will get from the local governments. It’s brilliant if you can participate: click here to register your interest on the Local Self Build Register.







Ecomotive is a non-profit, sustainable construction company aimed at supporting self-build and self-finished sustainable housing. Bright Green Futures and Ecomotive work in mutual support with each other and share similar visions and aims.




Ashley Vale Action Group

Ashley Vale Action Group is a community organisation which enabled an ecologically and socially sensitive development of a brown-field site in Bristol. The Ashley Vale development has served as a case study and pilot project for us. The Bright Green Futures concept evolved through drawing on the experience and lessons learned at the Ashley Vale development and other similar national and international projects.