Tackling overcrowding in England: lessons from the London pilots

Lessons learned from the London pilots on tackling overcrowding.


Tackling overcrowding in England: lessons from the London pilot schemes and sub-regional coordination

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This note summarises the lessons learned so far from 5 Department for Communities and Local Government-funded pilot schemes in London and work to strengthen capacity to address overcrowding in each of the 5 London sub-regions.

It highlights good practice and provides practical support to local authorities and registered social landlordsto assist efforts to tackle overcrowding where the problems are most acute.

See also Tackling overcrowding in England: self assessment for councils

Published 10 June 2008