FAQ: What is a “Project House”?

At the HoBB, we  help Projects along their way
– spending just hours on some and years on those that are on-going.

And annually, many visiting students from around the World help us to grow the HoBB Project House into an ever better place of useful action.

By keeping this balance of helping and being-helped, we make happy progress. We never know or pre-judge what project is around the next corner so it could be your project.

If your project is yet to start, some way along its progress, or even on-hold, you may need some space to do some fresh thinking on it. You can find this at the HoBB Project House by ‘dropping-in’ for a cuppa and a chat or by taking a break for a couple of days to concentrate on your Project, away from the distractions of regular home-work-life.

Whatever stage your Project has reached, you will find it of interest to receive new input, new ideas and new insights. We’re great at providing all three and more. [We are happy to sign a non-disclosure form – see a FREE example by clicking on ‘non-disclosure form’ link at the bottom of this page]

“There are several Project Houses in the World but nearly all of them
are linked to large city companies and therefore, situated in large cities.”

Our Project House, The HoBB, is hidden away in peaceful, beautiful countryside where time ‘stops’ long enough to allow your project to surface fully, without distraction.

So when you need a break and really want to concentrate on your Project away from the distractions of everyday life, come to The HoBB, a traditional stone farmhouse with open fires and a host of fresh country creature comforts – a very green location for your ever greener shoots to grow.

Contact me and let’s:
* compare diaries
* book a time and date and
* get ready for your first HoBB visit and think-over.

I also work online to provide assistance to overseas projects using dropbox, passworded client folders on our server along with phone, email and messaging via linkedin and twitter.

For a quick online guide to our services and productions, visit ‘What we do‘ which summarises the categories located top right on menu bar.

For our advance programme news, visit ‘What’s next’ for a list of forthcoming projects and new contacts required.

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Becoming a Friend of the HoBB

Posted by Grant

Why write Web Logs, Blogs and HoBBlogs?

Getting two end points to BridgeWe have always communicated in Images and words. Image wise, our ideas have travelled worldwide without the need to translate them into different tongues. Our words however, have always been given freely, ‘live’ in countless meetings, then published within the meeting’s Minutes, distributed, and filed away – so nothing new about this blogging system then! Or is there?

Writing HoBBlogs

We think Bloging or blogging is one bridge closer to broadcasting. We have taken up this way of publishing so as to introduce our evolving views, to forward information we think needs a wider audience and maintain links with friends – because friends are our best advocates.

The Structure of HoBBlogs

The HoBB Web Log or ‘HoBBlog’ is divided into fifteen elements and in time, those friends that know their way around this ‘HoBB Virtual’, will know exactly where to go on this site for the news they want or just fancy reading.

Local Aim of HoBBlogs

By running a Web Log site, we will be promoting our many ideas and sharing them as we go. As we have far too many ideas to progress them all we hope that friends will contact us or pass on information that they see published here to those they think may be interested. We can always add more to that which we write here so get back to us with points and questions. If we get soooooooooo busy doing this you’ll be the first to know.

The fifteen ‘Elements’ or ‘Categories’ (seen top right hand side of this and every page) are essentially our different interests. There will always be overlaps and filing is never a perfect science.

“Why the picture of the Bridge?”

As many friends will know, we worked often for architects prior to the mass introduction of computer design systems. The computer changed things for us nine years ago and this bridge was the last piece done totally by hand on the first ever drawing board I was given by my maths tutor.

Global Aim of HoBBlogs

Today, with this Web Log Site and the international connections of the internet, we hope to support the aims of many others in the World as they help to bridge the gaps left by past regimes that have so sadly tried to divide the People of the World.

~~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ waves from Grant