The Conversation – Alternative homes gaining approval amidst housing crisis

Charcoal clad tiny house on wheels with people looking at it

Researchers at Griffith University’s Cities Research Institute (Heather Shearer and Paul Burton) have surveyed local government planners on whether they allow, encourage or limit tiny, temporary or alternative houses in their area. The survey reveals that there is increasing acceptance from planners of alternative housing as a viable option especially to help people who are affected by the housing crisis.

See a summary of their findings here in their article published by The Conversation.

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