The homelessness monitor: Scotland 2015

Publication type

Report

Authors

Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Hal Pawson, Glen Bramley, Steve Wilcox and Beth Watts

Publication date

Summary

The homelessness monitor is a longitudinal study that provides an independent analysis of the impact on homelessness of recent economic and policy developments across the UK. The key areas of interest are the homelessness consequences of the post-2007 economic recession, and the subsequent recovery, as well as welfare reform and cuts. Separate reports are produced for each UK nation. This year’s Scotland report monitors the impact on homelessness of the slow pace of economic recovery and the effects of welfare and housing reform and analyses key trends from the baseline account of homelessness established in 2012 up until 2015. It also highlights emerging trends and forecasts some of the likely changes, identifying the developments likely to have the most significant impacts on homelessness in Scotland.

Subjects

Social Exclusion, Economics, Poverty, Public Policy, Family Formation And Dissolution and Housing Market

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Notes

Used to inform: Great Britain. Parliament. ‘Homelessness Reduction Bill 2016-17’.

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