Many rough sleepers have been accommodated during the Covid-19 pandemic. This has been achieved without legislative changes to Part VII, Housing Act 1996. And funding has now been announced to keep those accommodated from returning to the streets.
- The interaction between the policy to house rough sleepers and a local authority’s legal obligations.
- Priority need and Covid-19.
- The impact of recent homelessness case law.
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Sarah McKeown specialises in housing and public law in England and Wales. Her practice incorporates homelessness, anti-social behaviour, landlord and tenant, human rights and Equality Act 2010 issues.
Clare Cullen specialises in housing, property and local government work. She advises and represents public and private clients including local authorities.
Alexander Campbell focuses primarily on property law and public law. His expertise in the fields of mental capacity, disability discrimination, social care and human rights law considerably complement his social housing practice.