Home Habitats Worldwide

The journey to launching 'Wildscaping Worldwide' all began with being asked to help 8 disabled youngsters in a hospital in Swaziland, many years ago: they required a home-for-life.

 

I was able to coordinate with charities in Swaziland who would oversee the building of a home and the care of these people if I could raise the money from the UK.  There was just one stipulation on behalf of the charity there, the Sandra Lee Centre: that I would guarantee (in advance) the money for their lifetimes, so that there was no risk of funds running out. 

That was when I first really woke to the needs of those who are most vulnerable across our planet.

Collaborating with property, environmental & finance consultants, here is a wonderful - super simple - opportunity to provide homes/habitat to humans/local wildlife across our globe: 'Home Habitats Worldwide...'

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This HHW scheme will be funded in such as way as to benefit humans and wildlife across the world ASAP, whilst gifting WW the time to raise our own capital to eventually own, wildscape & protect land and properties locally and globally.  The idea is as follows…. A lot of British people want to invest in property but lack a large enough financial capital to do so.  WW is working with financial advisors and solicitors to offer a kind of ‘share’ scheme where a percentage of a property can be invested in (for example, £1000 invested into a £200,000 house) so that a property can be purchased through multiple investors: these investors will invest on the legal agreement that the property is ultimately overseen by Wildscaping Worldwide, never to be resold (as a single property) back on the general market and rented to benefit UK wildlife and UK tenants (as you will see in point 4) to ultimately generate income to fund the building and long term support of homes for disabled youngster and adults in Swaziland.  

 

The property will be revalued at regular intervals to allow those who own ‘shares’ in the property to look to sell their shares for a profit on the general market - if the value of the property is considered to have increased - or they can keep it as a long term investment, only looking to sell their shares much further down the line, either to other members of the public who also want to keep their capital secure in property or to WW, who will eventually be looking to purchase all shares back over time, to secure the wildscaped property permanently, for the benefit of local wildlife and to secure long term income to help vulnerable people in Swaziland.

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£200,000

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(The family or individual get the house at a much reduced rental rate on the condition that they support and live in harmony with the local wildlife who will use the wildscaped parts of the property).

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The wildscaped house is made available (as a comfortable, modern home) to families/individuals who are struggling:

one of the only stipulations being that they feed/live in harmony with the local wildlife.

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Buy & wildscape a small house.

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...AND REPEAT...  OVER TIME WE CAN HAVE 100S OF WILDSCAPED RESIDENTIAL HOMES (SUPPORTING LOCAL WILDLIFE) WHOSE ANNUAL RENTAL INCOME PROVIDES HOME/HABITAT FOR HUMANS & WILDLIFE ALIKE, ACROSS OUR GLORIOUS PLANET!

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The annual revenue from the rental income will be used to fund homes (wildscaped to also provide valuable habit for local wildlife across our planet) for vulnerable people abroad (starting in Swaziland).

WHEN I HAVE KEPT MY ORIGINAL PROMISE TO HELP DISABLED YOUNGSTERS IN SWAZILAND - FOR WHICH, FIVE PROPERTIES WILL BE BOUGHT, WILDSCAPED AND LET OUT - I WILL BE INVITING ALL INVESTORS TO BE NOMINATING THOSE IN NEED ACROSS THE WORLD: WE ARE ONE PLANET AND ONE PEOPLE, NO MATTER OUR SPECIES...

[There is an additional option for rent/energy bills to be funded - ingeniously - by the residents volunteering remotely (in online administrative/fundraising roles) for UK Animal Rescues/Sanctuaries, with their wages being sponsored by UK animal-loving companies (supporting BOTH the Rescue/Sanctuary AND the residents, who will be building new skills, networks and confidence.]