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Homelessness in England: Social Indicators page

Published Monday, November 27, 2017

This note summarises quarterly homelessness statistics for England.

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Around 14,400 households in England were accepted as homeless and in priority need in Q2 2017, a fall of approximately 5.1% on the figure for Q2 2016. 

Of those households, 31% had lost their previous home due to the end of an assured shorthold tenancy, 26% due to relatives/friends no longer being able or willing to provide accommodation, 11% due to a violent relationship breakdown and 1% due to rent or mortgage arrears.

   

 

 

 

 

 

A total of approximately 78,180 households were in temporary accommodation arranged by local authorities in Q2 2017, a rise of 7.0% on the figure for Q2 2016. 

Commons Briefing papers SN02646

Authors: Cassie Barton; Lydia Jackson

Topic: Homelessness

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