Originally commissioned as a five year study (2011-2015),
the UK homelessness monitor project has been extended to 2021. Funded by Crisis
UK, the Monitor provides an independent analysis of the homelessness impact of
ongoing economic and policy developments in the UK.
Led by Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, the key areas of interest are the homelessness impacts of:
The CFRC contribution to this project mainly involves secondary data analysis of homelessness statistics from UK Government and non-government sources, as well as design and analysis of online surveys covering local authority homelessness managers.
Click here to read the latest UK homelessness monitor reports.
This project was shortlisted in the 2017 Guardian University Awards, in recognition of the impact it has on communities.