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    Report by housing charity in Scotland, “Shelter”, finds that people are suffering a bad shortage of affordable homes.

    According to the report by “Shelter”:

    • Over 1,000 homeless people came to seek for help from the charity
    • Lack of affordable homes, welfare reforms and stagnant wages are making more people homeless
    • Over 21,000 people have been helped by the housing charity last year, but on average, one household becomes homeless every 19 minutes
    • There is a call for a national housebuilding strategy to provide more homes for those struggling to get a home
    • The paramount problem facing those who need help is the issue with affording housing costs, housing conditions and difficulties with landlords
    • 46% of private renters, who are merely 14% of homes in Scotland, needed help
    • 46% of young people, between the ages of 16 and 34 sought for advice
    • 44% of young people needed help with keeping their home and 29% wanted help with finding one as well as advice on being homeless

    Shelter’s deputy director, Alison Watson, said:

    “This report shows the disproportionate impact of Scotland’s housing crisis on young people and private renters who are both over-represented in the number of people we helped.

    “Struggling to afford or pay housing costs is the biggest presenting problem people have when coming to us for help.”

    What do you think?

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    For more details, visit The Scotsman.

    August 07, 2017 by Abimbola Duro-David Categories: Housing And Benefits

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