Homeless migrants are now being moved out of emergency accommodation, says charity

There are fears for thousands of rough sleepers with no recourse to public funds who were housed at the start of the coronavirus pandemic Read more

Rough sleeper says coronavirus emergency shelter gave her a fresh start

A rough sleeper has shared how the coronavirus pandemic gave her life a fresh start after she was provided with emergency accommodation Read more

Homeless people moved out of hotels prompting fears hundreds will be forced to return to streets

Charities warn of 'disjointed' approach from central government as local authorites admit some rough sleepers have already had to leave hotels Read more

Coronavirus: Thousands of homeless still in temporary shelter

Thousands of homeless people put up in places like hotels and B&Bs due to coronavirus are still in emergency accommodation Read more

‘No return to normal’ on homelessness as London councils spend extra £50m

Action is needed now to prevent a summer spike in homelessness and grasp the “golden opportunity” to end rough sleeping altogether, say councillors in the English capital Read more

Thousands of UK tenants face losing home when eviction ban ends

Campaigners warn that people who have not paid rent during lockdown have received landlord warning notices Read more

London faces surge in rough sleepers as coronavirus funding runs out in June

Mayor Sadiq Khan says without extra cash homeless people staying in hotels during pandemic could return to streets Read more

Coronavirus: 'Unprecedented' rise in youth homelessness

There has been an "unprecedented" rise in the number of young people facing homelessness during the coronavirus crisis, a charity has said Read more

6000 new supported homes as part of landmark commitment to end rough sleeping

Radical plans to provide thousands of long-term, safe homes for vulnerable rough sleepers taken off the streets during the pandemic. Read more

London homeless hostels promised £40m to remodel for social distancing

Sadiq Khan has promised cash to help hostels and refuges make permanent changes like alter communal areas and build en-suites Read more

Homeless migrants may be offered ‘voluntary repatriation’ once hotels close, says minister

The homelessness minister has said that homeless migrants who are unable to access housing benefit may be offered “voluntary repatriation” following the coronavirus lockdown, as it is revealed that almost 1,000 of the rough sleepers housed in London have no recourse to public funds (NRPF) Read more

Coronavirus: London charities feeding 'twice as many people'

Homeless charities have said they are feeding up to twice as many people in London during the lockdown Read more