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Windsor and Maidenhead have decided to withdraw a paper detailing its plans to tackle rough sleeping and anti-social behaviour saying it needed ‘further work’.
Scotland should provide homeless people with a permanent home, a parliamentary committee has recommended after a year-long inquiry into homelessness.
Bournemouth has decided to remove bars it installed on its public benches to discourage homeless people from sleeping on them after ‘extensive feedback’.
The council leader who called for rough sleepers to be removed from the streets of Windsor ahead of the royal wedding has survived a vote of no confidence.
Labour have pledged to deliver 8,000 new homes for rough sleepers in a bid to cut the dramatically increasing numbers of people forced to sleep on the streets.
Rough sleeping has increased by 14% over the last year, according to new figures published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).
Russell Brand has launched a petition calling on Slough to provide a homelessness charity with a building as a ‘wedding present’ ahead of the royal wedding.
Lambeth LBC will lend at least £300m to its new housing company over the next five years to kickstart an ambitious plan.
Local authorities in Wales need to do more to tackle the ‘underlying causes’ of homelessness, auditor says.
Windsor & Maidenhead’s council leader is facing a motion of no confidence after his controversial open letter to the police asking them to remove homeless people ahead of the royal wedding.