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Tiny house builder to build ‘bigger, faster’ house

Tiny house builder to build ‘bigger, faster’ house

Tiny house builders will be allowed to build their own homes as long as they follow strict safety standards, including not storing the contents of their containers.

The UK government said it was “making a change” to the Safe Spaces Act to allow the building of “bigger and faster” houses to tackle the rising number of cases of small houses collapsing.

Homeowners would have to prove they had a safe house before the homes could be built, and they would have a licence to do so.

“The Homeowner’s Protection Act 2010 has provided clear guidance for the development of ‘smart homes’, the construction of which will be made safer by introducing a ‘safe container’ requirement,” Home Secretary Theresa May said.

Our plans will include building new, faster and safer houses that meet all the needs of the people who live and work in them. “

We are making a change in the way we think about the safe storage of our homes to ensure we are doing everything possible to protect those we love and rely on to live in our communities.”

Our plans will include building new, faster and safer houses that meet all the needs of the people who live and work in them.

“That means making sure the safe container is built so it can be stored safely in the home, and making sure it is built securely.”

In 2010, the Government approved plans to build 1,400 smaller homes, with the first building due to start next year.

The Home Office said the aim was to make “a much bigger difference” by improving the quality of life for thousands of residents.

The government said the new legislation would give local authorities “the flexibility to respond to new building challenges” by “ensuring the safe and secure construction of homes”.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd said it would be up to local authorities to decide how to respond if a small house collapsed, with many councils deciding not to build.

The legislation was introduced by Ms Rudd and was supported by Conservative MP for Birmingham Yardley Paul Flynn.

It will give councils the flexibility to plan and build in a way that works for them, not just for the benefit of the government. “

They are also much more cost-effective for households.”

It will give councils the flexibility to plan and build in a way that works for them, not just for the benefit of the government.

Ms Rudd said local authorities could choose to buy smaller homes from private builders, and use the money to build “biger and faster houses” for those whose needs were more urgent. “

These small houses are built for those who live in them, but also those who don’t and need them.”

Ms Rudd said local authorities could choose to buy smaller homes from private builders, and use the money to build “biger and faster houses” for those whose needs were more urgent.

“As we build the bigger and faster homes, we need to ensure they are built with the right level of care and safety for those living in them,” she said.