On Friday May 12th Humaneity Founder Mark Philpott spoke at a Local Government event in Brisbane hosted by Urban Utilities. The event brought together various risk managers from across many council districts for one of their regular focus group sessions.
During his speech Mark spoke about the possibilities of using the Tiny House movement to create positive educational and social outcomes.
After eight months the Humaneity team of volunteers has designed, and is now building a Tiny House in collaboration with All Trades Queensland at Shailer Park. Much has been said about the development of the sector, the pending legal challenges to locating Tiny Houses in our communities as well as the cost of these small dwellings.
It is just the beginning for the Tiny House movement in Australia and we are sure that there is going to be significant development, innovation and education continuing in this sector for many years to come.