The tiny house movement is gathering rapid momentum as architects and builders race to corner a slice of this emerging market.
There are various Municipalities supportive of planning scheme review to allow tiny houses to be placed as second dwellings on urban lots (currently they are only permissible as dependent persons units).
Whitemark is currently engaging with State politicians to discuss the need for change in the planning scheme to allow this innovative form of housing to form part of the solution to our need to house over 100 000 new residents in Victoria each year.
A Tiny House Village is currently being considered by Stonnington City Council on a high profile site in Punt Rd to display some examples of tiny homes.