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International TINY HOUSE – Exhibition, 14,15 & 16 May 



PROGRAM:

Tiny House Conference May 14th

09:30 10:00 Reception with koffee and tea

Jacqueline Tellinga is a Dutch planner who initiates innovative area developments, both on a large and on a small scale. She believes it is important that people should be able to create their own home and living environment. She publishes in professional journals and is the author of Klein Wonen, De Grote Verbouwing, Burgerlijke Stadbouw and Heilige Huisjes. As project manager, Tellinga was responsible for the Construction EXPO Tiny Housing in Almere, one of the Netherlands’ first built neighborhoods with Tiny Houses that has received a lot of international attention.

Tiny House pioneer Marjolein is an ambassador for the Tiny House movement in the Netherlands. It is her mission to get the people in the Netherlands acquainted with the philosophy behind the movement and to make living Tiny legally possible throughout the Netherlands. Marjolein is founder of the Tiny House Nederland foundation and housing association Tiny House Alkmaar. She was the first to receive a permit for living in a Tiny House in the Netherlands and has been living in her own self-sufficient Tiny House of less then 20 m2 in Alkmaar.

Alderman Heleen Keur Projects with Tiny Houses are arising everywhere in the Netherlands, where municipalities allow living in Tiny Houses on temporarily unused areas. In Den Helder a different approach is taken: the Den Helder Housing Foundation is not developing a temporary project here, but a fully-fledged permanent residential area with more than thirty large plots where residents can build or place their own Tiny House. Alderman Heleen Keur explains about the challenges involved in such a project. Challenges that were met with enthusiasm and have been overcome.

Alderman Christian Braak Alkmaar is the first Dutch municipality that has issued an environmental permit for a pilot with Tiny Houses. An undeveloped piece of land was temporarily converted into a residential destination so that five Tiny Houses and their residents could settle down there, and were allowed to develop a pleasant green and social neighborhood. Alderman Christian Braak stood at the cradle of this project and explains why the municipality recognized the value of this innovative form of living at an early age and wanted to make room for it.

explanation afternoon program

Outside more than 20 Tiny houses are built in the Netherlands, Belgium, Polen, Letland and others

1st speaker It’s all about location

What are the requirements of a Tiny House project when it comes to the location?….

When you are searching for locations that are eligible for a Tiny House project, it would be useful to have a checklist with requirements. How large should the plot of land be? What amenities should be available? How many houses should you be able to place on it and how much land should each individual house have at a minimum? During this break-out session we will find answers to these questions together.

2nd speaker  We, the Tiny House people

What is the target audience for a Tiny House project and what can they offer municipalities?…

Municipalities are dealing with a multitude of different groups in the market for a place to call home. These groups have different needs. For example: a need for special care or a need to live according to ones’ ecological values. There are people who urgently need a home because they have none and first time buyers that can’t find affordable housing, et cetera. The Tiny House target audience also consists of many different people with different needs and wishes. How can we find each other in a Tiny Housing project? What kind of people do you attract when facilitating a Tiny House project and what can these groups contribute to goals that the municipality has set? What target audience would you like to attract?

Outside more than 20 Tiny houses are built in the Netherlands, Belgium, Polen, Letland and others

1st speaker  The balance between freedom and quality

Measures to safeguard quality in a Tiny House project….

How can you prevent unsafe and unhealthy living conditions and cluttering in Tiny House projects? How can you safeguard the positive image of these projects, where the Tiny Houses are concerned as well as the surroundings? Municipalities where Tiny House projects are already in place such as Gemeente Leeuwarden and Gemeente Midden-Delfland, have put a lot of thought into these questions and came up with creative ideas. Solutions that safeguard quality while at the same time leave enough freedom for the inhabitants to create their homes and surroundings in accordance to their desired lifestyle and tastes. We asked them to share their solutions with us.

2nd speaker  Tiny Housing – building in a time of scarcity

Can the Tiny House movement contribute to solution of the housing crises?

Land with zoning for housing is a scarce good in the Netherlands, and when a plot…

becomes available there are many who would like to make a claim to it. Municipalities have a duty to provide housing for all citizens and therefore must make the most efficient use of the limited space available. Tiny Houses are a new type of housing that do not make the most efficient use of land as opposed to high-rise buildings, but have different values that contribute to goals the municipalities have set. Can the Tiny House movement contribute to the housing crisis as well?

1st speaker  Tiny Housing in combination with care

What can a Tiny House project contribute to the growing need for care?

We are dealing with an increasingly elderly population and a shrinking care budget…

How do you organise the growing need for care in your city or town, and can Tiny House projects contribute to this issue? For example, think about care provided by relatives, and living communities that collectively buy care services for their inhabitants. There are several well thought out initiatives that have taken the need for care of their (aging) target audience into account. We have asked the people of Erfdelen and Tiny House 4 all to tell us all about these new types of living communities.

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It’s all about location

What are the requirements of a Tiny House project when it comes to the location?

When you are searching for locations that are eligible for a Tiny House project, it would be useful to have a checklist with requirements. How large should the plot of land be? What amenities should be available? How many houses should you be able to place on it and how much land should each individual house have at a minimum? During this break-out session we will find answers to these questions together.

Locatie, locatie

Waar moet een locatie voor een Tiny House project aan voldoen?

Wanneer je op zoek gaat naar locaties die mogelijk geschikt zijn voor een woonproject met Tiny Houses zou je idealiter een checklist met randvoorwaarden hebben. Een kavelpaspoort als het ware. Hoe groot moet de kavel zijn? Welke voorzieningen zijn er nodig? Hoeveel huisjes moeten erop kunnen? In deze sessie gaan we antwoorden formuleren op die vragen.

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We, the Tiny House people

What is the target audience for a Tiny House project and what can they offer municipalities?

Municipalities are dealing with a multitude of different groups in the market for a place to call home. These groups have different needs. For example: a need for special care or a need to live according to ones’ ecological values. There are people who urgently need a home because they have none and first time buyers that can’t find affordable housing, et cetera. The Tiny House target audience also consists of many different people with different needs and wishes. How can we find each other in a Tiny Housing project? What kind of people do you attract when facilitating a Tiny House project and what can these groups contribute to goals that the municipality has set? What target audience would you like to attract?

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Building for the future

Nature inclusive, bio-based, climate neutral and climate adaptive, circular building

Because of their small size, Tiny Houses have a smaller impact on our planet. You need less building materials than regular construction projects, there is less energy and water usage in a Tiny House and owners possess less ‘stuff’. Tiny Houses are also perfectly suited for the application of future proof building methods, materials and installations. Ready for a future in which building ecologically conscious and responsible is the norm. How can we ensure that Tiny Houses are build up to the standards of the near future?

Bouwen voor de toekomst

Natuur inclusief, bio-based, klimaatneutraal, klimaat-adaptief, circulair bouwen

Tiny Houses hebben vanwege het kleine formaat een kleinere impact op de aarde. Minder bouwmaterialen, minder energie- en waterverbruik, en minder spullen in huis. Maar Tiny Houses lenen zich ook uitstekend voor de toepassing van bouwmethoden, bouwmaterialen en installaties die de toekomst hebben als het gaat om verantwoord, eco-bewust bouwen. Hoe kun je ervoor zorgen dat de Tiny Houses voldoen aan de standaarden van bouwen en wonen in de toekomst?

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Tiny Housing and the new Omgevingswet 

How does the new Omgevingswet apply to Tiny House projects? (Mainly interesting for Dutch participants)

In 2021 a new law will become applicable that will replace 26 older laws regarding building and spatial planning and which is meant to simplify procedures. Which changes are important for Tiny House projects and will the Omgevingswet indeed make it easier to set aside restrictive legislation for initiatives such as Tiny House projects?

Tiny Houses en de Omgevingswet

Wat betekent de komst van de Omgevingswet voor Tiny House projecten

In 2021 treed de lang verwachtte Omgevingswet in werking. Deze wet zal 26 wetten over wonen, bouwen en ruimtelijke ordening in een klap vervangen en moet zaken vereenvoudigen. Welke wijzigingen zijn belangrijk voor Tiny House projecten en maakt de Omgevingswet het echt makkelijker om af te wijken van knellende regels, bijvoorbeeld als het een Tiny House woonproject betreft?

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The balance between freedom and quality

Measures to safeguard quality in a Tiny House project.

How can you prevent unsafe and unhealthy living conditions and cluttering in Tiny House projects? How can you safeguard the positive image of these projects, where the Tiny Houses are concerned as well as the surroundings? Municipalities where Tiny House projects are already in place such as Gemeente Leeuwarden and Gemeente Midden-Delfland, have put a lot of thought into these questions and came up with creative ideas. Solutions that safeguard quality while at the same time leave enough freedom for the inhabitants to create their homes and surroundings in accordance to their desired lifestyle and tastes. We asked them to share their solutions with us.

De balans tussen vrijheid en kwaliteit

Maatregelen om kwaliteit te borgen in een Tiny House woonproject

Hoe voorkom je verrommeling, onveilige en ongezonde woonsituaties? Hoe waarborg je de uitstraling van het project, van zowel de Tiny Houses als de omgeving? De gemeenten waar al Tiny House projecten in uitvoering zijn zoals de gemeente Leeuwarden en Midden Delfland, hebben uitvoerig nagedacht over dit vraagstuk en hebben creatieve oplossingen gevonden. Oplossingen die de kwaliteit borgen en tegelijkertijd ook nog voldoende vrijheid aan de bewoners overlaten om hun eigen huis en woonomgeving vorm te geven. We hebben hen gevraagd om deze oplossingen met ons te delen.

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Tiny Housing – building in a time of scarcity

Can the Tiny House movement contribute to solution of the housing crises?

Land with zoning for housing is a scarce good in the Netherlands, and when a plot becomes available there are many who would like to make a claim to it. Municipalities have a duty to provide housing for all citizens and therefore must make the most efficient use of the limited space available. Tiny Houses are a new type of housing that do not make the most efficient use of land as opposed to high-rise buildings, but have different values that contribute to goals the municipalities have set. Can the Tiny House movement contribute to the housing crisis as well?

Tiny Houses als antwoord op woningnood

Hoe kan de Tiny House beweging bijdragen aan het oplossen van het woningbouwvraagstuk?

Grond met bestemming wonen is schaars en wanneer er een grondpositie vrij komt zijn er veel partijen die er aanspraak op willen maken. Gemeenten hebben de taak om woonruimte te verschaffen aan alle inwoners en moeten de beperkte ruimte zo efficiënt mogelijk benutten. Tiny Houses zijn een nieuwe woonvorm die op de m2 gezien niet het meest efficiënt omgaan met de ruimte, maar hebben daarentegen weer andere waarden die de gemeente helpen om doelstellingen te bereiken. Kan de Tiny House beweging toch bijdragen aan het oplossen van het woningbouwvraagstuk?

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Tiny Housing in combination with care

What can a Tiny House project contribute to the growing need for care?

We are dealing with an increasingly elderly population and a shrinking care budget. How do you organise the growing need for care in your city or town, and can Tiny House projects contribute to this issue? For example, think about care provided by relatives, and living communities that collectively buy care services for their inhabitants. There are several well thought out initiatives that have taken the need for care of their (aging) target audience into account. We have asked the people of Erfdelen and Tiny House 4 all to tell us all about these new types of living communities.

Tiny Housing in combinatie met zorg

Wat kan een Tiny House woonproject bijdragen aan de groeiende zorgbehoefte?

We hebben te maken met een vergrijzende bevolking en een krimpend zorgbudget. Hoe organiseer je de groeiende zorgbehoefte en kunnen Tiny House woongemeenschappen hieraan bijdragen? Denk bijvoorbeeld aan mantelzorg en het gezamenlijk inkopen van zorg in woongemeenschappen. Er zijn inmiddels hele mooie voorbeelden van wooninitiatieven die rekening houden met de zorgvraag van de (ouder wordende) doelgroep. We hebben de initiatiefnemers van Erfdelen en Tiny House 4 all gevraagd ons te informeren over deze nieuwe woongemeenschappen.

PROGRAM:

Excursions 15 may

On day two of the congress we offer you the opportunity to visit successful Tiny House projects in the Netherlands by touringcar. You can choose from a one-day excursion and a half-day excursion, the half-day offering you the opportunity to travel home on time or spend more time at the expo.

Tiny House Alkmaar

Pilot project with five off-grid Tiny Houses for a period of five years. The residents have joined forces in a cooperative association and are themselves the owners of the Tiny Houses.

Tiny House neighborhood in Den Helder

Permanent residential area with 30+ lots where residents can build or place their own Tiny House. Two of the Tiny Houses were built and rented out by the local housing association Woningstichting Den Helder.

BouwEXPO Tiny Housing in Almere

Residential area with permanent and temporary plots for Tiny Houses, resulting from a design competition. Twelve different architecture-built Tiny Houses are inhabited in this special neighborhood in Almere Poort.

Tiny House project in the Duinvallei, Katwijk aan Zee

Eight off-grid Tiny Houses are inhabited in the Duinvallei, a participation project in which the municipality of Katwijk has temporarily made land available for green citizen initiatives.

Tiny House Delft

A temporary Tiny House residential project in an urban environment with off-grid Tiny Houses. It is special to see how a somewhat rough, industrial location flourishes in a short time with the arrival of Tiny Houses and their residents.


EXPO – Tiny House Exhibition 14,15,16 may

EXPO – Tiny House EXHIBITION May 14, 15,16th of 2020 

Location: IJmuiden aan Zee, Amsterdam https://basecamp-ijmuiden.nl/

On the 3 ha. 20 fully furnished Tiny Houses can be visited on site.Various manufacturers from home and abroad present their Tiny houses.

In addition, in the large tents around 1,800 m2, there are various producers of Tiny House products and materials that give demonstrations of their products.

There is extensive parking space, but the site is also easily accessible by public transport bus line 382, ​​bringing and picking you up at the entrance of the site.

EXPO Open from 10 am to 6 pm Thursday to. Saturday

Link OV 9292

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