Data: Homelessness assessments, statutory homelessness and temporary housing (EMBARGO 5 OCT 00:01)
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Housing Investigation
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A database of homelessness assessments and decisions made by local authorities in England since the introduction of the Homelessness Reduction Act (HRA).
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LINK TO REPORTING RECIPE
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HRA duty assesments (1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019) - Data Fields
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Code
The unique identifier given to the local authority by the Office for National Statistics (ONS)
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Local authority
The name of the local authority
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Assesments
The number of household assessments made by the local authority
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Duty owed
The number of households where there is a duty owed
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Duty owed (%)
The percentage of households where there was a duty owed out of all assessments - for local authorities with at least 100 household assessments made
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Prevention duty owed
The number of households where there is prevention duty owed by the local authority
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Relief duty owed
The number of households where there is a relief duty owed by the local authority
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Duty ended
The number of households where a duty ended
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Prevented or relieved
The number of households prevented or relived by the local authority
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Prevented or relieved (%)
The percentage of households prevented or relived - for local authorities where at least 100 duties ended
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Prevention duty ended
The number of households where a prevention duty ended
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Prevented
The number of households prevented from homelessness by the local authority
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Prevented (%)
The percentage of households prevented from becoming homelessness - for local authorities with at least 100 prevention duties ended
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Relief duty ended
The number of households where a relief duty ended
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Relieved
The number of households relieved from homelessness by the local authority
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Relieved (%)
The percentage of households relieved from homelessness - for local authorities with at least 100 relief duties ended
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Notes
Additional information specific to this local authority
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Notes
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The blue column headers mark columns that include figures that were calculcated by The Bureau rather than directly published by MHCLG
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Green cells indicate that the local authority was at least 10 percentage points above the median percentage value in that column
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Red cells indicate that the local authority was at least 10 percentage points below the median percentage value in that column
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Orange cells indicate that the figure is not directly comparable to all the other figures from the same local authority, as the authority did not submit this data for the same number of quarters
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Indicates that the local authority didn't submit data in any of the four quarters. If a "0" is shown, the local authority submitted a figure of 0 in each quarter it submitted the data for
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Where we couldn't make a calculation because some data was missing, a "-" is shown instead
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We didn't calculcate percentage where the base value for the percentage was below 100, so a "-" is shown instead
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As the figures combine data for four quarters, the same household might be represented more than once in the figures
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The original data published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government can be found here.
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Priority need assesments (1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019) - Data Fields
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Code
The unique identifier given to the local authority by the ONS
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Local authority
The name of the local authority
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Decisions
The total number of eligible households for which a homelessness main duty decision was made by the authority
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Not homeless
The total number of eligible households that were considered "not homeless" by the authority and therefore not owed a main duty
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Not in priority need
The total number of eligible households considered "homeless" but not in priority need by the authority and therefore not owed a main duty
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Intentionally homeless
The total number of eligible households considered homeless and in priority need but "intentionally homeless" by the authority and therefore not owed a main duty
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No main duty owed
The total number of eligible households considered either not homeless, not in priority need or intentionally homeless by the authority and therefore not owed a main duty
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Main duty owed
The total number of eligible households considered homeless, in priority need and unintentionally homeless by the authority and therefore owed a main duty
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Not homeless percentage
Out of the total number of eligible households for which a homeless decision was made by the authority, the percentage that were considered not homeless by the authority and therefore not owed a main duty
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Not in priority need percentage
Out of the total number of eligible households for which a homeless decision was made by the authority, the percentage that were considered homeless but not in priority need by the authority and therefore not owed a main duty
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Intentionally homeless percentage
Out of the total number of eligible households for which a homeless decision was made by the authority, the percentage that were considered homeless and in priority need but intentionally homeless by the authority and therefore not owed a main duty
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No main duty owed percentage
Out of the total number of eligible households for which a homeless decision was made by the authority, the percentage that were considered either not homeless, not in priority need or intentionally homeless by the authority and therefore not owed a main duty
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Main duty owed percentage
Out of the total number of eligible households for which a homeless decision was made by the authority, the percentage that were considered homeless, in priority need and unintentionally homeless by the authority and therefore owed a main duty
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Most common decision outcome
The most common decision outcome: (1) not homeless, (2) homeless but not in priority need, (3) homeless and in priority need but intentionally homeless or (4) homeless, in priority need and unintentionally homeless ("Main duty owed")
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Notes
Additional information about when data was missing from specific quarters
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The original data published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government can be found here.
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Temporary accomodation (1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019)
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Code
The unique identifier given to the local authority by the ONS
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Local Authority
The name of the local authority
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Q2 2018
The total number of households in temporary accommodation on 30 June 2018
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Q3 2018
The total number of households in temporary accommodation on 30 September 2018
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Q4 2018
The total number of households in temporary accommodation on 31 December 2018
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Q1 2019
The total number of households in temporary accommodation on 31 March 2019
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Notes
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Indicates that the local authority either didn't submit data to MHCLG for that quarter or that MHCLG considered the data to be erroneous
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The original data published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government can be found here.
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New burdens funding (2017 - 2020) - Data Fields
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Local Authority
The name of the local authority
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Region
The region of England the local authority is located in
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Allocation 2017/18
The amount of funding allocated to the authority by MHCLG to implement the Homelessness Reduction Act in 2017/18
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Allocation 2018/19
The amount of funding allocated to the authority by MHCLG to implement the Homelessness Reduction Act in 2018/19
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Allocation 2019/20
The amount of funding allocated to the authority by MHCLG to implement the Homelessness Reduction Act in 2019/20
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Total allocation
The amount of funding allocated to the authority by MHCLG to implement the Homelessness Reduction Act in total between 1 April 2017 and 31 March 2020
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Notes
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The original table (pdf) published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government can be found here along with guidance about new burdens funding.
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Housing Stock (snapshot data on 1 April 2018)
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ONS code
The unique identifier given to the local authority by the ONS
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Local Authority
The name of the local authority
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County
For districts and metropolitan districts, the county in which the local authority is located
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Type
The type of local authority (Disctrict, London Borough, Metropolitan District, Unitary)
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Local authority owned
The number of dwellings owned by local authorities - including other local authorities
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Private Registered Provider
The number of dwellings owned by registered providers of social housing
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Other public sector
The number of dwellings owned by other public sector entities
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Total Public
The total number of dwellings owned by local authorities, registered providers of social housing and other public sector entities
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Private sector
An estimate of the total number of dwellings owned by private entities
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Total
An estimate of the total number of dwellings
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Percentage local auhtority
The percentage of dwellings owned by local authorities
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Percentage public
The percentage of dwellings owned by the public sector
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Notes
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The original data published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government can be found here (Table 100).
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If you want to get in touch about this data email bureaulocal@tbij.com
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This dataset was put together by the Bureau Local. Please credit the Bureau of Investigative Journalism when reporting on it.
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