An interesting piece for Builders' Merchants News by Nick Cowley, Managing Director of PVCu windows and doors manufacturer Euramax. Here's a snippet:
Tiny homes are not only faster and more cost effective to build, they are also, well… tiny. As a result, the footprint they occupy is ideal for inner city environments, where a small plot, that would normally only deliver three or four affordable homes, could instead provide nine to twelve, or perhaps just six with substantial outside space. I doubt whether, in ten years’ time, we will all be living in 1000 square foot homes, but wouldn’t it be great if, by 2030, everyone had affordable access to a comfortable place to live and our nation had achieved that in a sustainable way?Well worth a read.