Suggestions for Labour’s 5100 places in emergency houses per year

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In the unlikely event that Labour are the government next election they have made a reckless promise to fund 5100 more emergency places in housing each year. One of the key problems they will have to face is the shortage of land in popular cities like Auckland. So, I have  made some suggestions for cost-effective and small homes to make the 5100 places both more doable  and more affordable.

Wrongly Wrongson on The Daily Blog is fond of referring to New Zealanders as sleepy hobbits so why not take some inspiration from hobbit architecture?

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Thin is beautiful so why not look at more narrow houses to make the most of the land available?

 

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Islam is very popular with the leftie crowd so why not be inspired by mosque architecture and be culturally sensitive? If you want to appeal to the gay community at the same time the answer is obvious: paint them pink.

UNIQUE HOUSES on Pinterest | Unusual Houses, Weird Houses and Tree Houses

UNIQUE HOUSES on Pinterest | Unusual Houses, Weird Houses and Tree Houses

The Green party are in bed with Labour now so why not guarantee their support with these solar-powered little beauties? Best of all they are on trailers and so can be moved easily on to a section with no council permission required.

Tiny House Giant Journey & the Tiny Tack House

Tiny House Giant Journey & the Tiny Tack House

There is no need for state-provided housing to be boring. This unique design will provide both housing AND transport for its lucky homeless family.

Japanese tea houses spring from the roofs of ordinary-looking trucks, ornate handcrafted cabins are tacked onto school buses and fire trucks are converted ...

Japanese tea houses spring from the roofs of ordinary-looking trucks, ornate handcrafted cabins are tacked onto school buses and fire trucks are converted …

How many of these could you fit on to a standard quarter section in Auckland do you think? They could be arranged around a shared vegetable garden in order to both feed and house the homeless.

 

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Going small does not mean doing without. Have a look at the delightful interiors of these two tiny homes.

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