England’s rough sleeping strategy

Policy product type
Briefing originally posted on LGiU website
Published date
October 4, 2018
Author
Neil Merrick, LGiU Associate
Categories
People, Place, Services

The UK government has promised to end rough sleeping in England by 2027. The rough sleeping strategy describes how the government plans to do this using a three-pronged vision involving prevention, intervention and recovery.

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