Improving Access to Social Housing for Homeless People (Rescheduled)
|Date:||19 April 2018|
|Time:||13:00 - 16:00|
|Venue:||Yorkshire Housing, Call Lane Training Offices
44 Call Lane
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The NHC in conjunction with Crisis will bring together NHC members, including policy makers and practitioners from local authorities, housing providers and from the homeless sector to consider solutions that will improve access to housing for those who aren’t considered a ‘priority’.
The ‘Moving On’ report produced by Crisis published in October 2017, highlighted the scale of single homelessness in England and the barriers single homeless people face in accessing social housing. This study has been produced to inform a wider programme of work being carried out by Crisis to improve the availability of homes that single homeless people can afford in both the social and private rented sectors.
The research estimated that around 26,000 single people are homeless on any given night in England due to a lack of affordable and accessible housing.
This FREE seminar will consider:
Crisis policy recommendations on tackling the barriers single homeless people face in gaining access to mainstream social housing;
- Innovations in practice being delivered by NHC members and others across the sector
- How to extend best practice and tackle barriers to change
- Opportunities to network
- Sharing learning
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Please note: All prices are exclusive of VAT.
Bookings are closed for this event.