Publicity and communications

2009. 12. 2.

Informing the householders didn’t stop after a positive decision was reached at the general assembly. Those living here are not being decanted during the works, hence keeping them informed is an integral part of the process – this is not only due to the EU funding, but since the householders also cover a part of the costs, they are entitled to know where their money is going. The Energy Club staff publish a bi-monthly newsletter and have created a webpage in order that others can also follow and benefit from the progress of the Village House. The involvement of the CEU (Central European University) is allowing economic, quality and social questions to surface. They will be organising a conference about the Village House and a few other Hungarian pilot projects in Spring 2010, to allow the lessons to be passed on to decision makers too.