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30 June, 2021 Open access

Rough sleeping in London rose by 3 per cent in 2020/2021 despite Covid-19 efforts to keep people off the streets

Commenting on new statistics released today, Crisis warns that the progress made last year to reduce numbers of people sleeping rough is in 'imminent danger of being lost'

30 June, 2021 Open access

New £10 million grant scheme launched in Wales to help private tenants in rent arrears due to pandemic

Minister confirms that Tenancy Hardship Grant will replace the Tenancy Saver Loan, and that all those who received a loan will have it converted to a grant

29 June, 2021

Number of households in temporary accommodation in Scotland increased by 12 per cent over the last year

New statistics highlight that while applications for homelessness assistance fell, so did the number of households assessed as homeless or threatened with homelessness, and the number of cases closed

28 June, 2021 Open access

Scottish government publishes joint statements from landlords reaffirming their commitment to supporting tenants facing difficulties during the pandemic

Statements underline the sector's commitment to only taking eviction action as a last resort, when all other avenues have been exhausted and a tenancy is no longer sustainable, says Social Justice Secretary

25 June, 2021 Open access

25 June, 2021

Scottish Government launches consultation on a draft licensing scheme for short-term lets

While short-term lets can offer people a flexible and cheaper travel option, they can cause problems for neighbours and make it harder for people to find homes to live in, says Social Justice Secretary

25 June, 2021 Open access

Coronavirus (Extension and Expiry) (Scotland) Bill approved by Scottish Parliament

Bill includes provision for Covid-19 eviction and bankruptcy protections to be extended by six months to 31 March 2022

24 June, 2021

Government launches online legal support signposting pilot to help people resolve housing disrepair issues in the private rented sector

Pilot will help us understand the role of early legal support and how it can be designed around what works for people who need it, says Justice Minister

24 June, 2021

Total council tax arrears across local authorities in England stood at £4.4 billion as at March 2021

Responding to new MHCLG statistics, Money Advice Trust calls for reform of council tax collection rules and for more to be done to prevent people falling behind in the first place

24 June, 2021

Number of enquiries and complaints received by Housing Ombudsman increased by more than 70 per cent in first three months of 2021 compared to same period in 2020

New report shows that, while the number of complaints and enquiries decreased in March 2020 due to the impact of Covid-19, it has now increased to exceed last year's number

24 June, 2021

23 June, 2021 Open access

Scottish Government announces new £10 million grant fund to support tenants in rent arrears as a result of the pandemic

Deputy First Minister confirms new grant fund will open later in the year, and that the government will work with stakeholders over the coming weeks to develop the details

22 June, 2021

21 June, 2021

18 June, 2021 Open access

Proposals to extend Covid-19 eviction and bankruptcy protections to be debated in the Scottish Parliament next week

Subject to the agreement of Parliament, measures will be extended by 6 months to 31 March 2022

18 June, 2021

Scottish Government launches consultation on Scottish Social Housing Charter

Consultation exercise will inform development of revised Charter from April 2022

17 June, 2021 Open access

Extension of period over which modifications to notice of eviction requirements in Wales apply

New statutory instrument provides that modified notice requirements will now remain in place until 30 September 2021

16 June, 2021

15 June, 2021

Government launches consultation on regulations and statutory guidance relating to accommodation-based support for victims of domestic abuse

Views sought on regulatory framework for new duty on English local authorities relating to support for victims and their children in safe accommodation