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London Homeless Info Jun 16
” definitely not doing everything they can Deliberately don’t inform most are entitled to be by & immediately to profit from & for years on end
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London Homeless Info 11h
with are entitled to be by & immediately Act 1996 Part VII 189 1c but ” deliberately don’t inform them to from &
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Homefinder UK Jun 17
Are you a applicant looking to leave temporary accommodation? We can help you find permanent social housing across the UK! Register at today!
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London Homeless Info Jun 17
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Advice Nottingham Jun 17
It's a good point, this is the issue and ultimately the need is urgent and real. We know of people who are forced to stay in (or worse sleep rough) because they cannot find at the LHA rates.
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Nina Jan 3
*PLEASE SHARE WIDELY* I am looking for single mothers living in temporary social housing to talk about their experiences and the impact of temporary accommodation on well-being.
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London Homeless Info Jun 17
using charity number have now changed who their on is for already entitled to be by & immediately under ( for )Order
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Rev Paul Nicolson Jun 5
“...government’s ideological austerity agenda has contributed to 4.1 million children in poverty. This means insecure accommodation, cold homes, not enough to eat, young people absorb this stress. TAP adds 123,630 children in
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London Homeless Info Jun 14
Replying to @JHPartnership
Providing immediate "help" to ? 😂 Such as leaving them on the for years on end and not informing them most are entitled to be by & immediately?
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towerhamletsmums Apr 27
Does anyone know of a charity for mums-to-be living in that collects nursery furniture, toys and clothes? Our little boy has grown up and doesn't need his baby things anymore
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Rev Paul Nicolson Jun 11
Hysteria is a silly word for concern about the growing number of homeless families in up 71% in England since 2010 to 82,310 with 123,000 children. Concern that has nothing to do with left right or centre of UK politics but with normal
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London Homeless Info Jun 17
Your on & doesn’t teach with are entitled to be by & immediately under Act 1996 Part VII 189 1c so completely
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Sureya Ali Feb 23
"For some of us, we cannot say home sweet home because we're always on the move" - visual representation of the experiences of families living in Brimstone House (temporary accommodation in Newham). Artwork by Andrew Cooper
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SefC Jan 2
Evenings are the worst. Nothing to do, nowhere to go, no one there. She takes the long route home from work, through crowds heading out for a , but still when she gets back to the B&B there are hours to fill. She reads, as slowly as possible.
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Homefinder UK May 24
The number of households living in in England has risen by almost 75% this decade, according to the Government’s latest figures. We must act now!
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Home Connections Feb 21
Thanks to for inviting us to be part of the housing options event for applicants yesterday! And thanks to all applicants who came speak with our case management team!
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Rev Paul Nicolson Jun 17
There are 56,560 in in and too little truly to for all of them to move into a secure permanent home. That is a housing crisis
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Rev Paul Nicolson Jun 7
Total lack truly to 82,310 homeless families with 123,630 in in 56,560 - 69% in of which 3000 with 5208 children under18 in some for 10 years It can only get worse.
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Engines 4 Industry May 13
Ideal cost effective solution for temporary accomodation,site offices and welfare units and security. Lightweight but strong design. Prices start from £2950.00 + v.a.t
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Zacchaeus 2000 Trust May 10
Just catching up with this excellent piece by explaining how scandal of homeless famlies being "warehoused" in office blocks came about. No sign Govt willing to change tack yet, so local cllrs really should investigate whether it is appropriate
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