Are Northampton Borough Council using a loophole in homelessness legislation?

Are NBC using a loophole in homelessness legislation?

London councils skirt six-week rule for homeless families

Homeless families are being housed for protracted periods in council-owned properties, Inside Housing has discovered, in conditions that would be illegal if their temporary accommodation was privately owned.

https://www.insidehousing.co.uk/news/london-councils-skirt-six-week-rule-for-homeless-families-54132

What Northampton Defend Council Housing would be interested to know is are NBC making use of loophole in homelessness legislation?

Norman Adams said “what I do know is in November 2017 the council was using 65 of its own properties for temporary accommodation”

Norman Adams – Northampton – 25 January 2018

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One Response to Are Northampton Borough Council using a loophole in homelessness legislation?

  1. Pingback: Are Northampton Borough Council using a loophole in homelessness legislation? – Resist poverty UK

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