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The objective is to build a house in accordance with the regulations and norms of the European Union, while not costing more than 10.000 €. The materials to be used are stone, strawbales, material obtained from the thinning of a forest, recycled materials, clay and sand.
The calculation does not include:
- The price of the lot.
- The road to the lot.
- Transport, i.e. the trasportation of the raw materials to the building site (varies remarkably and is case specific)
- Supply of electricity and Internet to the site.
- The building of possible machines and apparatus for construction.
- The required inspection fees and similar fees of various regions (which vary remarkably according to region).
Included in the calculations are:
- 70 sqm of heated space
- 50 sqm of covered cold space
- Water input/output, plumbing
- The treatment of ‘black’ and ‘grey’ water
- A composting toilet
- Electrical instalments, made mainly up of a great number of sockets and lighting spots
- The heating and ventilation system
- [For the waterproofing of the roof, an approximate of 1000 € is intended to be allocated, but this information is slightly unsure]
- Doors and windows
- The facilities required for the kitchen
- Shower facilities
- Paint and other material required for the decoration of the interior
- A lot of work
From our three separate ’ProVillage’ -documents one gets a relatively clear idea about our project:
The documents can be found both in Finnish and in English.
The downloading might take a while, because the files have an approximate of 130 images.
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