Now I have it I am a bit disappointed to find that it is not very well made There is a gap where the neck fits to the body, (which is probably why it is drilled and bolted as well), the nut had a big gap between it and fretboard, the string spacing was uneven, two of the, (clearly meant for a Guitar), machine heads were on the wrong way round, the rear bookmarking is not very matched and at least 10 degrees off plumb...
I could go on with lots of other little gaps and cracks but I think the point is made. "Artisan" is I think the best I could say about the build.
I have replaced the nut and the machine heads with a proper set which has improved it a bit and it plays nicely (once you have go over the faults). The fretboard itself is good, it feels very solid and I still like the "Green, using local Wood" idea. If I had seen it before buying it I'm not sure I would have bought it, and I certainly wouldn't have paid as much as I did.
Advice to anyone else thinking about buying a Ukulian - don't buy off the net, (unless its under £50) have a GOOD look at the Ukulele first