Reasons for new rough sleepers in London 2018/19

This statistic shows a distribution of people reported to be sleeping rough for the first in London, United Kingdom (UK), in 2017/18, by reason why they left their last settled base. The main reason for 31 percent of rough sleepers was that they were asked to leave or were evicted from their last settled base.

Distribution of new rough sleepers in London (UK) in 2018/19, by reason for leaving last settled base*

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Source

Release date

June 2019

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019

Supplementary notes

*New rough sleepers are defined as people who had never been seen rough sleeping prior to 2015/16.
Rough sleepers were reported and verified by services who work directly with the street population in London. This includes: outreach teams, rough sleeper assessment and reconnection services, accommodation projects, including hostels, second-stage accommodation and supported housing projects, day centres and other specialist services.

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