A good and cheap way to get a foothold on Land Owning is to purchase conservation land. Conservation land cannot be built on or lived on but can be used for holidays and one off events. Because there is little that can be done with conservation land it is usually cheap to buy. It's my suggestion that we could use this type of land to hold events such as <a href="http://www.havenheed.com/group/havenheednationaldaygroupdbmce" target=new>Havenheed National Day</a>, <a href="http://www.havenheed.com/group/havenheedmusicfestivalgroupdbmce" target=new>Havenheed Music Festival</a> and perhaps use as a short term holiday or sports event facility.
This land need only be a few hundred square metres to get us started. In the U.K. sites such as <a href="http://www.uklandagent.co.uk/index.html" target=new>uklandagent</a> sell land plots of a few hundred square metres in quite accessible and convenient locations such as the county of Devon. Devon is in the southwest of the U.K. which is overall the most vegan friendly and politically liberal area of the country. If we were to hold a commercial event this would be an ideal location as it would be close to vegan friendly cities such as Bristol and Bath.
UK Land Agency is offering plots of land for as little as £1,500 (1,768 Euros, 2,360 U.S. Dollars). I could probably raise this money myself and perhaps get help from local interested parties.
Pooling our financial resources over the internet when we live so far away from eachother can be a great logistical difficulty. And building a large scale paradise on a large number of acres or an island where we can all move to seems like a distant dream. But purchasing a small piece of land in major countries of the world for commercial purposes is a very realistic goal.
Anyway I was wondering what people think of this and would you be interested in purchasing cheap small scale land in your country/locality for commercial purposes? If we got pieces of land all over the world then Havenheed National Day could be somewhat longer than 24 hours...
*Links didn't come out. This is the only external one (UK Land Agency)