Developing connected communities with regenerative agriculture, collaborative workspaces, creative technologies and mindful nature retreats.
Pitchcott Hill Farms Ltd was originally set up in 1962 as one of the earliest proponents of sustainable, organic and biodynamic farming, which aims to regenerate the health and vitality of soils and the environment, as well as the health and wholeness of communities. Honouring this heritage of environmental protection, the company is now diversifying its farm near Aylesbury and harnessing knowledge from nature to create a community that is regenerative and connected. Disused agricultural buildings will be converted into workspaces, studio units and accommodation.
The workspaces will provide flexibility for businesses whose staff are increasingly working for home but require a space for their teams to meet and connect in person, in a natural environment where their health and wellbeing is prioritised.
The studio units will be for complementary healthcare practitioners as well as local businesses and social enterprise innovators working in digital health.
The accommodation, including the farmhouse, apartments and glamping, will provide retreats combining the latest learning from neuroscience with creative and nature-based activities.