Plan to tackle homelessness by selling backyard-sized cabins in Australia

By Laura Gartry published by ABC News:

A national initiative to tackle homelessness by selling cabins that fit in backyards is being launched in Perth.

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One thought on “Plan to tackle homelessness by selling backyard-sized cabins in Australia

  1. Reblogged this on brainsections and commented:
    They tried to do that in other places. Most of those units will turn into vacation rentals that benefit only the people that already own property. Pathetic. If policy makers would only be realistic. Do house owners want homeless people sharing bathroom and kitchen space? These small units do not have room for these facilities. Micro housing for the homeless only make sense if units are placed on a campground like setting with shared cooking and restroom facilities. That’s my opinion. T.J.

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