Young unintentionally homeless households England (UK) 2006-2018

This statistic shows the number of young households classed as unintentionally homeless in England between the fiscal years 2006/07 and 2017/18. The year 2006/07 was the peak for the period at 29.8 thousand homes, over double the number for the most recent period of 2017/18.

Number of young households 'unintentionally homeless and in priority need' in England from 2006/07 to 2017/18*

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Source

Release date

December 2018

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

April 1, 2006 to March 31, 2018

Age group

16-24 years

Supplementary notes

*'Young households' are when the applicant is aged between 16 and 24 years.
*The figures are made up of households whose applications for assistance under the homelessness provisions of the 1996 Housing Act, including any residual 1985 Housing Act cases, were accepted by the relevant local authorities.

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Statistics on "Homelessness in England (UK)"

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