Rough sleeping in Greater Manchester falls for first time in eight years — Northern Housing Magazine


THE number of people sleeping rough in Greater Manchester has fallen for the first time in eight years, official figures reveal. Government figures published yesterday show that on the night of the national rough sleeper count last November, all 10 Greater Manchester boroughs combined had 241 people sleeping outdoors, a reduction of 49 over the […]

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2 Responses to Rough sleeping in Greater Manchester falls for first time in eight years — Northern Housing Magazine

  1. What do they mean by rough sleeping though, homeless people I guess?

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