Hull City Council tenants are being updated on how changes to the authority’s neighbourhoods and housing service could affect them during the coronavirus outbreak.
Services are being affected in areas … More
Hull has seen a 31 per cent decrease in the number of rough sleepers – bucking the national trend.
Rough sleeper figures published by the Ministry for Housing, Communities and … More
Hull City Council has been awarded just under £1m to continue its work on tackling rough sleeping by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).
The funding will … More
Thousands of people sleep rough on UK streets every night, yet most people think they could never become homeless.
Jim Cooper was a dad with a partner and regular work. … More
A new service to help people who are sleeping rough has opened in Hull.
As temperatures plummet, a new hub has opened with room to accommodate up to eight people … More
You don’t have to be sleeping on the streets to be homeless. If you’re staying somewhere that you have no legal right to stay, such as a friend’s house or … More
A partnership in Hull is working to address the issue of problem begging in the city centre.
Hull City Council, Humberside Police, HullBID, Emmaus Hull and East Riding, the NHS … More
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