Legal aid statistics quarterly: July to September 2021

On 16 December 2021 The Ministry of Justice has published legal aid statistics for July to September 2021. During that period, there were 6,422 legally aided housing cases (up 32 per cent on a year ago) costing £4.5 million (down 30 per cent on a year ago).

Over 80 per cent of housing work volume is made up of legal help (ie advice and assistance about a legal problem, but not including representation or advocacy in proceedings). In July to September 2021 there was a 36 per cent increase in housing work starts compared to the same quarter the previous year.

There were also increases in completed claims (61 per cent) and expenditure (2 per cent).

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