One in 50 Londoners homeless and in emergency homes – London Councils

About one in 50 Londoners are believed to have been placed in emergency accommodation by their local authority after being made homeless.

Based on homelessness data, the cross-party group London Councils estimates nearly 170,000 people in the capital are now living in hostels, bedsits, or other temporary accommodation.

The group believes that number has increased of 17,000 in a year. The organisation estimates that this includes more than 83,000 children.

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