The construction of “tiny homes” has been gaining popularity, particularly in rural areas where land is less expensive. A tiny home provides similar amenities to a standard single detached dwelling (washroom, kitchen, living space, sleeping area), but is typically under 40 square metres (400 sq. feet).

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* 1. Do you think that the Municipality should allow the construction tiny homes "as of right" (provide no minimum dwelling unit area in the Zoning By-law)?

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* 2. Should tiny homes be allowed to be constructed in any area where other single detached dwelling can be constructed?

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* 3. If permitted, should the Municipality include regulations that are specific to tiny homes (separate from standard dwelling units)?

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* 4. Do you think that smaller dwellings should be permitted - just not at the scale of a tiny home (i.e. minimum 50 sq. m)?

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