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NRPF Connect data evidences cost pressures for local government arising from the provision of essential ‘safety-net’ support to people who are excluded from benefits and mainstream housing assistance.
Funding criteria and guidance now available.
Information to help councils uphold EU citizens' rights and identify support options when people are ineligible for benefits.
We highlight potential impacts on individuals and councils in our consultation response.
Now the legal basis for providing support is clear, more assistance is needed to help councils end homelessness when people are ineligible for benefits.
Home Office to introduce change of conditions process.
We consider the implications of changes to benefit eligibility, housing entitlement, and the exclusion to social services' support after the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020.
Councils can help identify and assist vulnerable residents to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme before the deadline of 30 June 2021.
Partnership working with the Home Office achieves a reduction in spend of £118,000 per week but a quarter of NRPF households require support for more than 3 years.
An essential resource for councils working with residents who have no recourse to public funds.