Homelessness [Vol. 2] Written Evidence: House of Commons Papers 2003-04 1116-Ii
This publication sets out a range of written evidence made in response to the Committee's inquiry into homelessness including housing needs and adequacy of available accommodation, public investment levels, social housing allocation, service co-ordination between housing and non-housing services, implementation of the Homelessness Act 2002, and housing for key workers. Contributions include memoranda from Shelter, Crisis, the Salvation Army, the Housing Corporation, Thames Reach Bondway and other providers of homelessness services, the Greater London Authority and a wide range of local government councils.
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