Our wonderful manager for our Scottish projects, Willy Roe, has just been interviewed by The Press and Journal.

When Willy Roe is not designing and developing plans for net-zero carbon communities in Scotland, he is building his new business, Highland Hangout, using our structures.

He started Highland Hangout with his partner with the aim “to do something completely different but compatible with [their] environmental ideals”. With the first project recently given planning permission, Highland Hangout is an example of the exciting new heights you can reach with our unique structures.

Check out The Press and Journal’s article to read more:

If you’re interested in starting a project in Scotland with our structures, we will put you in touch with Willy.