Hi, I'm reluctant to post any pictures of my ''system'' because 1: I haven't gone on a course and haven't done enough research so 2: I'm not even sure what can be considered a system in terms of size etc? I have a garden in the London suburbs, its about 7 meters long by 5 meters wide, with border beds along the fences each about 50cm wide with some ornamental plants / shrubs from the previous tenants and I have placed one raised bed (didn't dig under the lawn, just laid down quite a lot of newspaper to kill off the lawn then added my manure / compost) with the option of adding another smaller raised bed (need to keep some lawn space open for the family to have BBQ / sitting / playing space). Now, I plan on doing a course in the coming future years inspired by one of the videos I watched of the farm tour, but can I create a perma' system in my small garden? What initial things can I do to start it off ? I'm already growing veggies and fruits but this makes it really just a garden with a food space / patch in it ... luckily I get a good amount of sun (when there is some) and I do have a rainwater barrel (220 ltrs), plus have a mini worm composting bin. A small or large list of things / changes I can make to get things kicked off would be great .. .and an explanation of what defines am urban perma' system ie: minimum size, land situation etc ?