Canada does not have building codes that address the unique requirements of tiny homes, and most other countries around the world are facing similar challenges. In an effort to begin to identify a tiny home's unique points, the International Code Council (ICC) in the USA has created - Appendix Q Tiny Houses - in the 2018 International Residential Code for One and Two Family Dwellings.
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Last fall I presented to the Canadian Institute of Planners at their World Town Planning Day Conference about tiny homes as 21st-century affordable housing. The presentation was aimed at city planners and focused on why they should plan for tiny...
The Tiny Town Association acknowledges that while Appendix Q does not address all the unique points of tiny houses, it is a good starting point and does address many of the key points where tiny houses differ from traditional builds. It can be used as a reference guide to review a tiny house build.