Rough sleeping – England

On 28 March 2023 the House of Commons Library published a briefing paper providing information on the number of rough sleepers in England and policies aimed at meeting the Government’s target of ending rough sleeping by 2024.

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Should you use a letting agent

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  1. Rodney Townson

    The penultimate paragraph

    Commentators stress the need [to] address welfare policies, such as Local Housing Allowance rates, in light of cost-of-living pressures and the need for more affordable social rented housing to avoid efforts “becoming a wasted opportunity.”

    sums up the primary reason why this is unlikely to be resolved any time soon.

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