London Permaculture Design Course - Creating Resilient Communities

Full Permaculture Design Course (PDC)
Summary information

6 weekends between April 4th and October 11th 2020
(April 4&5; May 1,2&3 (residential); June 13&14; July 25&26; September 12&13; October 10&11)

South London + one weekend residential

The Permaculture Design Course is a 72-hour often life-changing experience, accredited by the UK Permaculture Association.

Over the period of 6 months we will come together as a learning community to explore practical and creative solutions for building resilient neighbourhoods and designing abundant eco-systems.

We will discover how we can work with, rather than against nature to fulfil our human needs whilst caring for the earth and the people.

The course has a strong practical emphasis on ecological and social design thinking and how this can be applied in different parts of our life and society.

The course offers us the opportunity to face the predicaments of climate breakdown and the biodiversity crisis and form our own healthy response to these challenges.

“I feel like I know a secret and want to share it with the world”
— NATASHA, AFTER TAKING THE 2016 CREATING RESILIENT COMMUNITIES PDC

Booking and further information
Telephone number: 
07901036220
Contact Details: 
Address: 
5 Tredwell Close
Cost: 
between £380 and £720
Contact name: 
Michel Thill
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
6 weekends between April 4th and October 11th 2020 (April 4&5; May 1,2&3 (residential); June 13&14; July 25&26; September 12&13; October 10&11) Each day we'll meet at 10am and finish at 5.30pm with some optional evening sessions. On the residential we'll meet on Friday night between 6.30 and 7.30 and finish on Sunday at 5pm.
4 April 2020 to 11 October 2020
Venue information

Roupell Park Estate has a very diverse community with around 62% of tenants being from black and minority ethnic communities. The management of the estate are committed to investing in the green infrastructure on the state and improving the lives of the residents. Next to the Roupell Park Community Centre at Hyperion House on the estate, Social Landscapes has engaged residents to regenerate a neglected green space.