Tim Cox and Julia Brock want to build their home on a clifftop in Newhaven.
Kevin travels to Berkshire to see the conversion of an English barn by Denys and Marjorie Randolph.
Started in 1998, this development of ten timber frame houses is based on the Walter Segal method of construction and was led by Jenny and Paul Crouch. They incorporate high levels of Warmcell insulation and benefit from south-facing solar gain. The roofs are of sedum. Episode Revisited on 13 March 2001.
Kevin travels to Amersham to see the conversion of an old water tower into a stylish new home by Deborah Mills and architect Andrew Tate.
Kevin travels to Suffolk to see the build of an environmentally friendly house by former tax inspector Rob Roy. Episode Revisited 15 March 2001.
Kevin travels to Cornwall to see the conversion of an old chapel by Gavin Allen and Jane Fitzsimons.
In Islington, Jeremy Till and Sarah Wigglesworth are building a house of sandbags and straw. Episode Revisited 13 March 2001.
Michael Hird and Lindsay Harwood build a glass and steel home in Doncaster. Episode Revisited 8 November 2001.