Publication - Research and analysis

Housing Support for Homeless Households - Analysis of Consultation Findings- Report

Published: 28 Jun 2012
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781780458861

The research report presents the findings from an analysis of responses to the housing support for homeless households consultation. The findings show who has responded to the consutlation and the key themes emerging from the responses.

65 page PDF

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65 page PDF

702.8 kB

Contents
Housing Support for Homeless Households - Analysis of Consultation Findings- Report
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65 page PDF

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Reid Howie Associates

ISBN 978 1 78045 886 1 (Web only publication)
DPPAS 13086

This document is also available in pdf format (688k)
This Report is accompanied by a Research Findings

Please see link to the Consultation on Housing Support for Homeless Households - Responses
 

Contents

Executive Summary

Section 1: The Consultation
Background to the consultation
The consultation process
Submissions and respondents
Analysis of the data
The report
Summary of issues: The consultation

Section 2: Overall views of regulations and the content and scope of assessment
Policy options
Conducting the housing support needs assessment
Prescribing housing support services
Business impact of proposals
Summary of findings: Overall views of regulations and the content and scope of assessment

Section 3: The content and scope of provision of support services
Prescribing the period for which housing support should be provided
Ensuring provision of housing support services
Different provision for different purposes and different areas
Business impact of proposals
Summary of findings: the content and scope of provision of support services

Section 4: Other issues, business impact and equality impact
Other matters relating to the provision of housing support services
Partial Business Regulatory Impact Assessment (BRIA)
Equalities
Summary: Other issues, business impact and equality impact

Annex 1: The Consultation Questions

Annex 2: The Respondents


Contact

Email: Paul Sloan