Since 2017 we have worked to develop our tiny home community plan to expand affordable and supportive housing options in Canada. While we know it won’t solve all of the problems, it can help be part of a larger solution.
An individual or couple, builds or purchases a tiny home. Where they can’t afford to purchase, a rent to own program will help them to transition into homeownership.
One perceived obstacle to Tiny Town community developments is zoning. Minister’s Zoning Orders (MZOs), modifications to existing Land Use Designations, or new designations can be created to enable the development of tiny home communities.
Similarly, other municipalities can take the initiative to enable tiny home communities through zoning and by-law reforms.
Last updated: June 01, 2019
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