Man Fights City Hall to allow Toronto TINY HOUSE Living.
It really is time for all “City Halls” Across North America to consider #Tinyhouse living. Especially when the average #Vancouver house is $1M+
Here is a story on the Toronto Star about a Man fighting City Hall to allow Tiny House Living.
A Toronto man is trying to get the city to embrace his pint-sized housing plan.
Man wants to live in Toronto Tiny House
The proposed home will be cubelike, trailer-sized and wheeled — although not for the purpose of driving — and completely self-sustainable.
The problem? On paper, it sounds exactly like a standard travel trailer, and city zoning is clear: You can’t live out of a vehicle.
In reality, Anthony Moscar says his home will be anything but.
“Trailers are these temporary places . . . there’s no sense of having to be concerned about anything for the long term, because eventually you’re going to reconnect to a power source,” he says. “The tiny house isn’t any of that.”
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Here is a cute little Modern-Shed Backyard Office we built in the fall of 2012 in North Vancouver.
We worked with the client to pick the right location in their yard, the right paint colour, siding type, deck configuration, you name it! And when the project was complete the client was ecstatic with the end result. It was the way every job should go 🙂
But and a big BUT… Not every project goes exactly as planned.
This North Vancouver Shed is located on a heavily treed lot that rarely sees the full light of day. Within a couple of weeks of the installation being complete, the client started to notice a black fungus / mold growing on the underside of the roof on the exterior of the shed.