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Noosa is considering a pilot solution to its desperate housing crisis that would allow ‘secondary dwellings’ to be built on people’s existing properties.
The bold proposal that would tackle the issue head-on would require state approval because rules currently make it illegal to rent out granny flats to tenants who are not members of the same ‘household’.
Independent Noosa MP Sandy Bolton has secured support for the pilot from the State Government, as part of addressing what has been an extenuating and impacting crisis because of unprecedented demand.