All meeting minutes, reports and correspondence between Scottish Government housing ministers, including Shona Robison and Paul McLennan (and their civil servants), and Glasgow City Council in regard to the local authority's homeless services between 1 January 2023 and 30 April 2023.
I attach a copy of the information you requested, which is summarised in the table below.
|Type of correspondence|
1. Glasgow Homelessness Services response on TA use and UAO breaches clarification (11 January 2023)
|2. Glasgow UAO breaches data for December 2022 (18 January 2023)|
|3. Letter from Cab Sec SJHLG to Cllr Casey: increased homelessness applications (1 February 2023)|
|4. Email to all LAs: monthly request for UAO breaches data for January 2023 (2 February 2023)|
|5. Email to all LAs: monthly request for UAO breaches data for February 2023 (7 March 2023)|
|6. Reply to Cab Sec SJHLG from Cllr Casey: increased homelessness applications (13 March 2023)|
|7. Glasgow UAO breaches data for February 2023 (28 March 2023)|
|8. Email to all LAs: monthly request for UAO breaches data for March 2023 (30 March 2023)|
|9. Introductory congratulatory letter to the Minister from Cllrs McLean and Casey (17 April 2023)|
|10. Tenant Grant Fund – GCC monitoring return for January to March 2023 (17 April 2023)|
|11. Meeting request to discuss the impact of local connection in Glasgow (26 April 2023)|
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