Publication - Statistics

Operation of the Homeless Persons Legislation in Scotland: 2012-13

Published: 16 Jul 2013
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781782567608

This bulletin provides information on homelessness applications, assessments and outcomes to 31 March 2013. It includes information on the characteristics of applicant households, local authority assessments and the action taken in respect of cases that were concluded. Snapshot data on households in temporary accommodation at 31 March 2013 are presented and notifications of households at risk of homelessness due to eviction/repossession.

80 page PDF

1.9 MB

80 page PDF

1.9 MB

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Operation of the Homeless Persons Legislation in Scotland: 2012-13
Contents

80 page PDF

1.9 MB

 

Revised at 17:46 on 17 September 2013

Table 16 - Due to a coding error, data in the notification columns for April to June 2012 were incorrect.  These have now been revised to show the correct notifications for each local authority.

Revised at 11:55 on 27 August 2013

Paragraphs 6.2 to 6.4 have been revised to reflect changes in data on 17 July 2013.

Revised at 17:00 17 July 2013

Perth and Kinross Council have advised us that there was an error in the HL2 return they submitted to us for the quarter ending 31st March 2013. The Council's accommodation database picked up a large number of private sector tenancies created through their Rent Bond Guarantee Scheme and pulled them into the temporary accommodation report in the ‘Other’ category. The publication has been revised to take account of the new data submitted.  These revisions affect Tables 11 to 14, Charts 27 and 27c, and some of the text in the Main Points and Temporay Accommodation sections.

Revised at 17:00 16 July 2013.

Due to accidental double entry of Fife Council's HL2 data, a number of tables, charts and related text in the annual publication have been revised. We would like to apologise to users of the statistics, and in particular, Fife Council for any inconvenience caused.

 


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