NZTHA’s team are volunteers dedicated to fostering innovation, promoting the growth of tiny houses in New Zealand, and to empower our members with information and resources they need to assist them while they are working with councils to apply for consent to live legally in tiny houses.
Kyron has a substantial background in real estate and property investing and has taken an interest to how emerging trends and technology are influencing the property industry. Kyron lives in his own tiny house and is keen on developing the movement to make going tiny more accessible for others.
Cassie’s curiosity for minimalism and life-mantra of “there’s got to be a different way” pulled her into the world of tiny houses and alternative living solutions; and more recently, returning to study an Interior Design and Decorating diploma, in order to “learn the rules to then break them”.
Along with creating her own tiny house (likely on wheels first, and on foundations eventually), Cassie is keen to help the movement and community grow in NZ; and allow people to explore creative, sustainable, and fulfilling ways of living for themselves and their loved ones.
Beryl Oldham has long been interested in property, small space design and loves the whole tiny house concept. Currently the landlord for two tiny houses, one in her Auckland backyard, and another on her Otaki Beach section where she also plans to add her own. Beryl is currently the Board Chair of the NZ Business Excellence Foundation and has served on Board of the NZ Association for Training and Development, of which she is also a past president. She is the managing director of Complete Learning Solutions, and has many government and corporate clients.