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Overview

The Homelessness Reduction Act (2017) puts a duty on councils to give you advice and assistance. This is to help you find a place to live if you are:

  • Homeless and eligible;
  • or face being homeless within 56 days.

It also means that we:

  • Should help households irrespective of 'priority need' or 'intentionally homeless'.
  • have a duty to make a written personalised plan that includes actions that we and the household agree to do.

Do you believe you are at risk of losing your home? If yes, please visit: Housing Assistance Referral Portal.

Contact

For advice on any homeless issue, please contact:

Housing Options Service

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