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Brighton and Hove City Council

Is This Brighton and Hove’s Most Unlucky Homeless Family?

ETHRAG One of the Housing Coalitions Member Organisations Present a Case Study On What Founder Daniel Harris Thinks is the most Unlucky Brighton Homeless Family.
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Repairs Chaos Council Report A Six Month Backlog

Council Tenants left frustrated with a six month Housing Repair backlog months after bringing the service back in house

Brighton & Hove Housing Coalition joins with 100 other organisations to call for Local Authorities to ensure no-one is pushed out onto the streets

As lockdown measures are eased, we are extremely concerned that some homeless people, particularly those with NRPF, may be evicted from council-provided accommodation and be forced to return to destitution. This would be a moral, humanitarian and public health catastrophe, especially given that many shelters will be unable to reopen due to ongoing social distancing...

Coronavirus (Covid-19) : Coalition statement on the Crisis

Our homeless citizens are most at risk in this emergency. “People experiencing homelessness are a very high-risk group [for covid-19]. Compared to the general population people experiencing homelessness are 2.5 times more likely to have asthma, 6.5 times more likely to have heart disease, 10 times more likely to have COPD and 34 times more...
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Six Day Boiler Hell: Children Left Without Heating and Hot Water

Freezing Temperatures Outside Brighton and Hove Housing Coalition have today spoken to a resident in temporary accommodation who has been left without heating and hot water for six days. Boiler Hell! The resident who does not wish to be named, has lived in Temporary accommodation with her three children for 8 years now. The property...

Housing Committee Coalition Briefing January 2019

Minutes of meeting held 14.11.18 The Chair stated “following concerns raised nationally about ‘Large Panel System’ high-rise blocks, we’re commissioning new surveys to give us a general overview of our buildings and make sure records are up to date.”  Coalition Comment: Progress? Item 38.8: In response to a question the Chair stated “the highest service...
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