That is good news Terry. I wonder if England will follow suite.....is that a pig I see flying?
It has always hacked me off that if someone chooses to live a more simple life in that type of structure, they have a bunch of busybodies saying "NO you can't".
Many years ago a friend of mine offered for sale his hut/chalet for sale at Rudyard Lake for just £200, it was a two room with a stone fireplace and chimney. He had lived in it quite happily for 6 years continuously, fetching his water from a well, composting his toilet and burning dead wood. Then the busybodies found out and told him it wasn't fit for human habitation and it breached the T&C's and he could no longer live in it continuously. I didn't buy it because, at that time I didn't drive and it did need work doing to it, I just saw it as too much of a faff. Pity really, they sell for a fair few thousand now.
Last I heard of my friend, he was sleeping rough in Manchester.
A closed mouth gathers no feet.