Shelter and support

accommodation-Image credit-SIMON-J-HARVEY

People sleeping rough in Haringey in London will be offered new supported accommodation following a financial boost of over £3m from the Mayor’s Single Homelessness Accommodation Programme (SHAP). 

More than £1m will be used to deliver 20 additional Housing First units across the borough, as well as various activities to support complex needs. The remainder will be used to purchase ten one-bed flats for use by the Housing First service.

SHAP is a joint programme by the Greater London Authority and Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities  (DLUHC).

Councillor Sarah Williams, Cabinet Member for Housing Services, Private Renters and Planning, said: “Providing our residents with safe and sustainable accommodation is more than just bricks and mortar.

“This crucial funding will not only provide our residents with shelter, but also help set up and run a support service, which will enhance their recovery and support them back to independent living.”

Image credit | SIMON-J-HARVEY



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