Could Garden Offices Solve the UK Housing Problem?

It appears the answer is yes… habitable sheds are popping up in the UK.

“A fascinating business proposition in Oxford is moving the shedworking/tiny houses story forward.

As reported by the BBC Oxford businessman Robin Swailes is marketing £25,000 shedlike pods (3m x 2.5m) with electricity, kitchen, bed, toilet, shower, underfloor heating and running water as small homes for those struggling to get onto the property ladder in the city.”

via Shedworking: Could garden offices solve the UK housing problem?

2 thoughts on “Could Garden Offices Solve the UK Housing Problem?”

  1. Please don’t put political ads directly in emails. I just got a daily email from Tiny House Living and, while I love Tiny House Living, I really dislike seeing political advertisements. Please contact Google and tell them to stop placing political advertisements in your emails.

    Thank you and keep building tiny.

    1. Thanks for the comment DP. I’ll check and see if Google has any options for filtering out ads by topic, like political. I don’t like political ads at all either.

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