By Football Italian staff Italia’s tiny homes are being built by an Italian company, but what does the future hold for this fledgling sector?
According to the latest report by Italy’s environment ministry, the tiny house industry is expected to grow to €1.8bn by 2025, with €1bn of that coming from Italy.
“The development of the tiny houses industry is an important aspect of the Italian landscape, with over 500,000 tiny homes being built annually,” environment minister Silvio Mattarella said in a statement.
“In 2025, we will see a growth of the industry to €2.3bn, and this will be driven by the development of small homes, with an estimated 1.5 million small homes to be built in Italy by 2025.”
Italy is already one of the biggest consumers of small houses in Europe, with construction of around 800,000 units expected in 2020, with another 120,000 expected by 2025.
Mattarella said the growth in the tiny home industry would help to boost employment opportunities and increase the number of households in Italy with a smaller size.
“This is an area where we will have to keep an eye on the environment,” he said.
“Small houses are a new development in Italy, with many people thinking of building smaller homes to save space, to save money and to protect the environment.”
We have to ensure that this sector is promoted, supported and supported with the necessary tools.
“It is not yet clear whether the growth will continue as Italian officials announce plans to increase the supply of tiny houses and to ensure they are not destroyed in the case of an earthquake.
However, small house construction is becoming a hot topic as Italy is the biggest exporter of small house apartments in the world, and one of its largest users of building materials.
Mattana’s office said that around €8bn was spent in Italy each year on building tiny homes, which are estimated to generate €1,500 in sales annually.”
Our aim is to create a new sustainable industry with a high return on investment,” Mattarella told journalists on Tuesday.”
These homes can be used in homes, apartments, small houses and even for small homes as a way of reducing the number and quality of greenhouse gases produced.