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Street count figures

 
May 19th 2009
 
The Simon Community's latest street count shows a general reduction in rough sleeping. However, the count, which gauges the number of rough sleepers before the winter shelters open, did not count seven areas it usually covers because of a lack of volunteers. The figures, compared with the same time last year (numbers in brackets) were: Westminster: 85 (216); City of London: 10 (38); Tower Hamlets: four (nine); Lambeth: 15 (13); Kensington and Chelsea: 12 (five); Camden: four (22); Southwark: One (14); Islington: 10 (10). A total of 141 rough sleepers were counted. Although seven areas were missed, no reason has been suggested for the lower numbers.
 
 
 

December 2007

 

Contents

A victory for soup runs

Soup runs: against, indifferent or in favour?

Diane Goodkind leaves medical centre

Mild winter ahead, but colder than last year

Wedge House closes

Street count figures

Remembering the dead

Jeremy Kyle's on the streets

Reading Council picks on homeless

St Mungo's tackles relationship breakdown

Attacker sentenced

Flat-pack homes from Ikea

Audit Commission tackles homelessness

Finding God and yoga

Back from the dead

Another, different, US troop surge

Homeless health conference

Remembering the dead - reader response

Serendipity?

Jail: a missed opportunity

 

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