We welcome the Government’s commitments to addressing homelessness, and in particular to halve rough sleeping by 2022 and end it altogether by 2027. Local accountability and strategic oversight will be key to achieving these aims, as will a focus on getting all local agencies and partners to play their part in the solution.
Rough sleeping – the most dangerous form of homelessness – has risen by 165% since 2010. Last year almost 600 people died while sleeping rough or in emergency accommodation. Working together to tackle homelessness has to be a national priority.
St Mungo’s welcomes the introduction of Homelessness Reduction Boards (HRBs) as a means to deliver long-term and strategic interventions, ensure a joined-up and evidence based approach to service provision, and to hold all parts of the local system to account for their role in tackling homelessness.
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