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Published May 12, 22
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If the tiny house is intended to be an additional dwelling where there is already an existing single detached dwelling on site, then the tiny house is considered to be a backyard suite, and would need to meet these Land Use Bylaw rules and Alberta Safety Codes. Learn more about secondary suites and backyard suites.

These permits and codes include a provision that to be permanently occupied, the structure must be built on a permanent foundation and be fully serviced with utilities such as water and sewer lines. Stamped drawings from a professional engineer or architect may be required prior to the building permit approval from the city.

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to be constructed on existing residential properties when space allows for it. The result was positive, with 60% of respondents in favour. This is a part of a growing movement of urban densification and reduced home size that is happening across the country. Ottawa has long allowed secondary rental units in homes, but allowing the construction of backyard coach homes is new as of 2017.

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Ottawa Coach House regulations: Secondary homes can be no greater than 40% of the main house size, and use no more than 40% of the yard space. Single story homes only. No rooftop patios are allowed. Water and sewage for secondary homes must be shared with the primary home. Coach homes cannot be built if the main home already has a rental unit.

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Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content “There is nothing hard about living in a tiny home,” said Mc, Intosh. “I pretty much lived in houses my whole life but it was always a need to live tiny. I’m very minimalistic. I don’t want for anything.

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Davies says tiny homes will be up for consideration at the writing of the next Official Plan, which provides a vision for the future growth of the city and a policy framework to guide the city’s physical development. Currently, Mc, Intosh is living discreetly in her pint-sized house on a lot owned by her friend.

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Other than that, the home is self-sufficient. It runs on propane, which powers her hot water tank, furnace and stove. There is a composting toilet in the washroom, which Mc, Intosh has to empty. About five hours west of Ottawa sits one of the only places in Ontario where tiny-home owners can park their houses year-round.

Article content In a mobile home park just outside of Toronto, Natasha Don will be celebrating one year in her tiny home this June. “I was a renter my entire adult life with the notion that you’re supposed to move out of your parents house, rent for awhile and then eventually buy a house.

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“When you own a house, you can’t just pick up and leave – but now I can.” Her home is connected to a septic system and in the warmer months, she has access to the city’s water lines. In the winter, Down has to fill her water tank. Each lot in the mobile home park pays its own hydro.

Much like Mc, Intosh, Down affectionately named her miniature home — My Tiny Beach House. “I’ve always loved the beach and all things sea, sun and sand,” she said, “While I’m not on a beach, I do have a big pond near me which is pretty close to a beach.

Chelsea resident Mark Su has parked his tiny home in his backyard. He hopes to one day take it to B.C. Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia Su’s charming tiny house, which is yet to be named, is now parked in the backyard of his almost 2,000 square foot home. He misses the simplicity of living in the confines of a couple hundred square feet.

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“We didn’t want to be tied down to a mortgage, but we’re kind of trapped here now.” Eventually Su hopes to return to B.C., where he said restrictions are more lax for tiny homeowners. Regardless of where the three homeowners end up, they all would agree that living small doesn’t mean living below your means.