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www.exploregloucestershire.co.uk

Jeremy PaxtonBut, thanks to the vision, and bravery, of land-owner Jeremy Paxton, the rich, famous and architecturally adventurous may soon be queuing up to spend their R & R time in Gloucestershire.A former water-skiing champion, Paxton has already built several hundred exclusive houses on the site of the Lower Mill Estate, which boasts lakes, ponds, swimming pools, an organic farm, and a nearby airport.But he has now raised his sights from mere holiday heaven to architectural nirvana.And, with a little help from a team of 23 famously uncompromising architects, he is building the world's most unusual holiday homes Lower Mill Landmark Houses.Land owner Jeremy Paxton, The Lower Mill Estate with one of the residents!


www.bushcraftuk.com [cached]

They were released into purpose-built straw lodges with an access chute into a lake by the land owner Jeremy Paxton, the champion water-skier turned magazine publisher turned developer.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs pointed out that releasing non-native species of beaver into the wild without permission was against the law, but Paxton, having released the beavers on to private land, hadn't done anything illegal.


www.exploregloucestershire.co.uk [cached]

Jeremy Paxton
But, thanks to the vision, and bravery, of land-owner Jeremy Paxton, the rich, famous and architecturally adventurous may soon be queuing up to spend their R & R time in Gloucestershire. A former water-skiing champion, Paxton has already built several hundred exclusive houses on the site of the Lower Mill Estate, which boasts lakes, ponds, swimming pools, an organic farm, and a nearby airport. But he has now raised his sights from mere holiday heaven to architectural nirvana. And, with a little help from a team of 23 famously uncompromising architects, he is building the world's most unusual holiday homes Lower Mill Landmark Houses. Land owner Jeremy Paxton, The Lower Mill Estate with one of the residents!


www.exploregloucestershire.co.uk

Jeremy Paxton
But, thanks to the vision, and bravery, of land-owner Jeremy Paxton, the rich, famous and architecturally adventurous may soon be queuing up to spend their R & R time in Gloucestershire. A former water-skiing champion, Paxton has already built several hundred exclusive houses on the site of the Lower Mill Estate, which boasts lakes, ponds, swimming pools, an organic farm, and a nearby airport. But he has now raised his sights from mere holiday heaven to architectural nirvana. And, with a little help from a team of 23 famously uncompromising architects, he is building the world's most unusual holiday homes Lower Mill Landmark Houses. Land owner Jeremy Paxton, The Lower Mill Estate with one of the residents!


news.bbc.co.uk

"They do such a great job for the environment, they manage the eco system by dead-wooding and creating new growth," said land owner Jeremy Paxton. Beavers had been absent from England for about 500 years. The animals were hunted almost to extinction for their thick fur.


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