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Thousands of families across London are stuck in housing limbo for years on end, an investigtion by the housing and homelessness charity Shelter has revealed.
Research from the housing and homelessness charity Shelter found that 48 per cent of working 20 to 34 year olds live with their parents because they are unable to afford to rent or buy their own home.
New research from Shelter shows more than 80 per cent of properties for sale in England are unaffordable for the average working family looking to buy their first home.
New figures from the helpline of the housing and homelessness charity Shelter show a massive rise in calls from renters at risk of losing their homes.
Tenants across England are facing ‘revenge evictions’ just for speaking up about bad conditions, a Shelter study has found.
The latest Scottish Government statistics show a 12 percent reduction in the number of homelessness assessments between July and September 2013, compared to the same period in 2012.
One in eleven people in Britain fear they will not be able to afford their rent or mortgage at the end of this month, according to new research from Shelter.
Having a good home is central to the health of everyone in Scotland, says the chair of the independent Housing and Wellbeing Commission.
New research from Shelter shows that in over half of England, less than 10 per cent of suitable homes are affordable for a typical family.
A study commissioned by Shelter shows 45% of people renting in South West England are living in homes that are damp, cold, overcrowded or in a bad state of repair.
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