Some councils are ‘still not getting it right’ when it comes to preventing people from becoming homeless, according to a report from the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman.
Greater Manchester Housing Providers (GMHP) is a partnership of 24 housing providers working together to make a positive difference to people and communities across our city region.
The number of Ukrainian new arrivals presenting to their councils as homeless is continuing to rise, with the latest government figures showing 670 households in temporary accommodation nationwide.
More than 4,000 households living in the private sector were threatened with homelessness between July and September last year – an increase of almost 60 per cent from the same quarter the previous year.
New analysis by the LGA has revealed that councils are being forced to spend more than five times as much on housing people who are homeless in bed and breakfast accommodation as they were a decade ago.