#Got Money: Sea-change plus e-change


Elizabeth talks to Brendan Condon, environmental activist turned entrepreneur about his Live at the Cape housing estate at Cape Paterson which aims to bring energy resilient housing into the mainstream. Stage 2 of Live at the Cape is already providing housing to an eclectic mix of local residents, retirees, e-changers and urban work at home professionals within a living environment designed to encourage physical activity, incidental social contact and community engagement. Residents pay minimal or no energy bills as each home is designed as a ‘mini-power’ plant responsive to climate and temperature changes. With the support of ethical investors Live at the Cape guidelines and house designs are open sourced to support the spread of affordable, eco-resilient housing estates asap.