The tiny home that last year arrived beside the all-purpose beach access at the end of Manga Pirau Street has turned up in the news, and our erosion problem is the reason:
Tiny homes are also being used as a solution to red zoned land where building permits cannot be given due to safety concerns, Ms Stevens said.
A tiny home has been set up as an Airbnb on Waikawa Beach on the Kapiti Coast on a piece of coastal land in an erosion zone, she explained.
“The owners of that property wouldn’t have been able to put a regular batch down there so it’s an awesome solution for them.”
Interestingly enough, a tiny home has also recently arrived on Reay Mackay Grove. Never say that the folks at Waikawa Beach are behind the times.