Tiny Houses, and the Not-So-Tiny Questions They Raise

Zoning Practice — November 2015

By Donald Elliott, FAICP, Peter Sullivan

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This article reviews how tiny houses fit into the general U.S. system of land-use control through building codes, zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations, and private restrictive covenants.


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Page Count
7
Date Published
Nov. 1, 2015
Format
Adobe PDF
Publisher
American Planning Association

About the Authors

Donald Elliott, FAICP
Donald L. Elliott, FAICP, is a Director with Clarion Associates, LLC, a national land use consulting firm. Don has assisted over 40 U.S. communities to update plans and regulations related to housing, zoning, and land development. He is the author of A Better Way to Zone (Island Press 2008) and co-author of The Rules that Shape Urban Form (APA 2012). Don has a bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning and Policy Analysis from Yale University, a law degree from Harvard Law School, and a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.

Peter Sullivan