Section: Supported Housing

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Posted 04.08.22
GOV.UK: Further reading

Vulnerable tenants living in poor-quality supported housing with little to no support from providers will see significant improvements as new funding helps councils crackdown on unscrupulous landlords.

Birmingham, Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool and Hull councils will receive over £6 million from the government's £20 million Supported Housing Improvement Programme to carry out more frequent and thorough inspections of supported housing.

Supported housing provides accommodation alongside care, support, or supervision for residents who may have experience of homelessness, mental health issues or domestic abuse.

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