“Tiny Home Pilot Program” Proposed in New Jersey Bill to Encourage Building Tiny Houses for the Poor and Homeless

The bill (S2571), which was just introduced last week and will be heard by the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee on Monday, would create a three-year “Tiny Home Pilot Program” in which the state would award grants to build housing developments consisting of homes with no more than 300 square feet of floor space.” – NJ.com

Read all about N.J. would encourage building tiny houses for the poor and homeless under bill. Tiny house pictured is from Jim and Melanie Tomkins of the Backyard Cottage Company. Photo by Steve Hockstein/for the Star-Ledger.