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Mapping the number of extra housing units needed for young people

Centrepoint, the youth homeless charity, commissioned CCHPR to carry out some work looking at the requirement for emergency homeless accommodation, supporting housing units, social housing and private rented housing with the use of Housing Benefit across England with a specific focus on the requirements for those aged 16-25.

The research used a case study approach to look at requirements for homeless accommodation and supported housing and drew upon national data sets and the latest household projections to estimate the requirement for social housing and private rented housing with the use of housing benefit.

 

Project Publications:

Mapping the number of extra housing units needed for young people, Report

Centrepoint, the youth homeless charity, commissioned CCHPR to undertake this piece of work looking at the requirement for emergency homeless accommodation, supporting housing units, social housing and private rented housing with the use of Housing Benefit across England with a specific focus on the requirements for those aged 16-25.

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Funder

The Commission for Rural Communities

Project Start Date

1st March 2012