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Domestic violence - assistance for adults without dependant children

Communities and Local Government have commissioned Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research to carry out research on housing support for people at risk of domestic violence.

The main purpose of the study will be to provide CLG with firm evidence on the extent to which adults who are neither pregnant nor have any dependant children and who have to leave their homes because they are fleeing domestic violence, are getting the help they need from local authorities to ensure they do not have to return to accommodation where they would be at risk of violence.

Domestic violence, assistance for adults without dependent children - Final report

The study explored the extent to which adults without dependent children who have to leave their homes as a result of domestic violence, and who seek housing assistance from a local authority, receive sufficient assistance to ensure they do not have to return to accommodation where they would be at risk of violence.

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CCHPR Contact

Funder

Department for Communities and Local Government

Project Start Date

1st November 2008