£250K funding boost to fight South Kesteven homelessness



South Kesteven has received a £250,000 government funding boost to help the district tackle the growing problem of homelessness.
The money comes as its district council has agreed a strategy to work with other councils and groups across Lincolnshire on preventing homelessness.
The four-year strategy document warns of increasing homelessness and councils and partners facing “unprecedented change” due to “economic challenges and significant welfare, housing and planning policy developments.”
It noted South Kesteven had 268 registered homeless in 2016/17 compared to 198 in 2010/11 – the... read more

 
20 January 2018 in Regional East, Views: 28
Source: Bourne Local
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