A tiny home demonstration project by students at Emily Carr University of Art and Design underscores the challenges of providing shelter for at risk groups and the homeless.
To read more about this unique project. vancouver sun article
Our own experience working with a Vancouver land owner to come up with provide services for at risk youth has run into some similar challenges.
The local municipality views our proposal as an under utilization of the site and has proposed utility hookup costs of $450,000 equivalent to that for 30 apartment buildings. Effectively keeping the project in limbo for now.