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The housing and homelessness charity Shelter has revealed that renting a two-bedroom home in London is unaffordable for families earning less than £52,000.
Figures published by Department for Communities and Local Government show 48,510 households across England were accepted as homeless by local authorities in 2011
Latest Government statistics show a rise of 23 per cent in street homelessness in England, between autumn 2010 and autumn 2011.
A new survey from Shelter reveals that almost one million people have taken out a payday loan to help pay rent or mortgage in the last 12 months.
Almost 70,000 children will wake up on Christmas Day in temporary accommodation, without a home to call their own, says Shelter.
New research by the housing and homelessness charity Shelter, highlights the areas of England where people are most at risk of losing their home.
The number of households declared homeless so far this year is up by 13 per cent from the same period last year, according to Government figures out today.
The government has launched a new strategy in response to the growing housing crisis.
Over 80 per cent of local authorities questioned in a new survey agree that more guidance is needed to help them accurately estimate local housing requirements.
A new report from leading housing groups says the Government is failing to deliver on its promises to boost housing supply and protect the vulnerable.