England & Wales Housing and planning , Welfare and equalities

Ending rough sleeping: the Kerslake Commission on homelessness


A Commission chaired by Lord (Bob) Kerslake has made wide-ranging recommendations on how to reduce homelessness in England and end rough sleeping. But how much notice is the Government likely to take and will it produce the desired results? This briefing looks at the commission’s report in detail and flags up its main proposals.

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