Home is where the mud is!A HOUSE costing just pounds 300 has gone on sale in Birmingham city centre.
But before first-time buyers first-time buyer n → persona que compra su primera vivienda
first-time buyer n → personne achetant une maison ou un appartement pour la première fois
first-time buyer rush out to make an offer, there is a snag.
When it rains, the house will turn into a mass of mud.
For the des-res is made of soil - meaning it is the only house in existence in Birmingham with a zero-carbon footprint.
The Mud House is outside the Albert Street Albert Street may refer to:
It is made of locally-gathered soil which was compressed into bricks.
The roof tiles are made from recycled rubber tyres and a grass roof completes the edifice.
Festival curator CURATOR, persons, contracts. One who has been legally appointed to take care of the interests of one who, on account of his youth, or defect of his understanding, or for some other cause, is unable to attend to them himself.
2. Dave Pollard pollard
fine protein-rich feed supplement for farm animals; a byproduct from the milling of wheat for flour. Called also shorts. said: "Our pounds 300 house raises questions about how we can turn waste into energy."
The festival aims to promote the pounds 6 billion regeneration Regeneration (biology)
The process by which an animal restores a lost part of its body. Broadly defined, the term can include wound healing, tissue repair, and many kinds of restorative activities. of Eastside and has created a temporary "parallel city" of unusual buildings.
DAVE POLLARD... the answer lies in the soil. Picture: Neil Pugh Photosales No.: NP270907Mud-1