Homelessness in Scotland: 2018 to 2019
Information on local authority homelessness applications, assessments and outcomes along with information on the use of temporary accommodation.
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A National Statistics publication for Scotland
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The data collected for this statistical bulletin:
☐ are available in more detail through Scottish Neighbourhood Statistics
☒ are available via an alternative route http://www.gov.scot/homelessstats
☐ may be made available on request, subject to consideration of legal and ethical factors.
☐ cannot be made available by Scottish Government for further analysis as Scottish Government is not the data controller.
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