After a long and varied career in IT, mostly as a systems analyst and project manager in the retail and manufacturing supply chain, John retrained as an energy assessor.
An active member of community and environmental organisations over many years, he is keen to find ways of eliminating carbon emissions from our built environment while preserving its character, as well as regenerating economic activity in our communities.
The choice of a solid wall building in a conservation area for the retrofit project raised a number of challenges, and he hopes that some of the solutions used in Ullet Road will assist in the transformation of our building stock, combating both climate change and fuel poverty.
Deb has worked for over 25 years in the business development sector and her qualifications include; MA in Human Resource Management; an Investor in People Assessor and a DTI Business Adviser.
Deb's role is the day to day running of the Eco Offices, which she does effectively by supporting people and managing the business.
Deb has also travelled extensively to develop her practice & teaching of Bhakti Yoga; she also studied in Australia for a year, gaining her Reiki Masters Certificate
Deb joined Ulet Road Eco Offices in 2018, and is based at the Offices; Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Deb’s skills and experience ensures the Eco Offices are safe, secure and a happy place to work or visit
'Ully' The Owl adorns the entrance to the Ullet Road Eco Offices and was created by Gary Heritage of the Lead Window Company.
'Ullet' is defined as: noun A European owl (Syrnium aluco) of a tawny colour; - called also uluia; a small or young owl.