What is Homelessness?

There are two kind of homelessness in the UK:

  1. Street homeless; and
  2. Homeless at home.

If you are a British citizen and have a priority to be assisted under The Housing Act (medical or physical condition) or if you have dependants such as any children the Council should provide you with housing assistance. The second category of homeless at home refers to cases where your property is not suitable for habitation (it is not reasonable to continue to occupy the property). In such cases you may be entitled for assistance from the Local Authority as a homeless person known as ‘homeless at home’.

We pride ourselves on being friendly and approachable so if you need advice from one of our friendly solicitors, please do get in touch by calling 0208 889 3319 or via one of the options below.

The first introductory call is free and enables you to outline your circumstances and for us to explain how we can help. Our team are friendly and approachable and are always happy to answer your questions.

If you need to speak with someone you will always receive a friendly welcome if you telephone between the hours of 9am-5pm. If we are closed, you can  request a callback and we will call you back as near to your requested time as possible.

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