“Wayfarer Tiny Homes was founded from a growing need in the marketplace to provide a wider demographic of Australians affordable and sustainable housing options,” says Andy McCutcheon, Managing Director of Wayfarer Tiny Homes Pty Ltd.
Their company ethos has landed them a coveted role on a government-based panel of experts moderated by Brisbane’s Q Shelter, a government funded organisation addressing national homelessness and housing affordability.
The panel consisting of State Governments, Local City Councils, Developers, Builders, Architects, Engineers, Environmental Consultants and other industry stakeholders was formed to integrate tiny houses into the current housing model and to develop construction and development standards in an unregulated space allowing tiny homes to become a viable and affordable alternative to ‘bricks and mortar’ housing.
The reaction to in-depth case studies by environmental consultants to Local City Councils was overwhelming and the inaugural meeting was left with an heir of optimism and a commitment by Councils across different geographic regions to develop standardization when it came to implementation of tiny house habitation.
Wayfarer Tiny Homes who build on a proprietary structural platform that doesn’t constrain them to weight issues, is proud to be at the leading edge of technological development and remains committed to providing Australians with a premier product in design, construction and styling, meeting or exceeding Australian Building Standards.