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- Date: Wednesday 24 May 2017
- Location: London, EC1Y 0TY
- Price: £140+VAT
The Homelessness Reduction Bill (Act) makes its way towards the final stages. This Conference considers the practical and legal implications for the sector with lead speakers involved in reviewing the changes as the Bill progressed.
Attend to hear panel debates on how the legislation aims to finding a lasting solution to stop people from becoming homeless in the first place and about challenging data collection responsibilities for local authorities so that both prevention and homelessness statistics provide an accurate representation of underlying causes and repeat homelessness.
Workshops will provide practical insights and good practice on PHPs introducing a new online tool and recommendations from Shelter’s frontline services on achieving early prevention through joint working with local authorities.Learn More
- Price: £160+VAT
This conference will consider the practical and legal implications for the sector with lead speakers involved in reviewing the key changes of the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017.
Attend to hear panel debates on how the legislation aims to find a lasting solution to stop people from becoming homeless in the first place. The panel will also discuss new data collection responsibilities for local authorities to provide better prevention and homelessness statistics in order to accurately represent underlying causes and repeat homelessness.
Workshops will provide practical insights and good practice on advice, Personal Housing Plans and recommendations from Shelter’s services on achieving early prevention and preparing for implementation.
View the full programme online here.
'Implementing the Prevention Approach' will explore the following key issues:
- What is emerging from the consultation on the Code of Guidance
- The importance of timely advice and assistance and achieving accurate advice to effectively prevent homelessness
- The DCLG’s new data monitoring requirements - what other monitoring solutions are needed
- How is shared accommodation being used by local authorities and what is the impact on families
- Evaluating frontline services to ensure help focusses on what matters to clients.
There will be two keynote panel sessions, plus a choice of morning and afternoon workshops.