The Homelessness Monitor is a longitudinal study, commissioned by Crisis and is funded by Crisis and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, providing an independent analysis of the homelessness impacts of recent economic and policy developments in the UK.View More
Independent study on the impact of recent economic and policy developments on homelessness
Research based on interviews with 450 homeless people, policy-makers and a survey with local authorities.
Towards a world-leading centre for homelessness impact: Outline business case and feasibility study.
This report addresses concerns around the management of shared tenancies, namely improving sustainment rates and looking at the experiences of those engaging with sharing services.
Best practice report showcasing the work done by some of the highest performing rent deposit guarantee schemes in Scotland and England.
Final evaluation of the Private Rented Sector Access Development Programme which began in 2010.
An independent panel of experts from across the housing and homelessness sector assessed the strengths and weaknesses of the homelessness legislation in England.
The treatment of single homeless people by local authority homelessness services in England.
This report is the final in a series presenting the findings of a longitudinal, three-year evaluation of Crisis Skylight services.
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