A project being built in rural Somerset shows that self-build schemes can be imaginative and still work effectively Self-builders come in all shapes and sizes. From unemployed 20-somethings building their Barrett-style semis, to hippy 40-somethings and their dog-eared copies of Walter Segal.
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