Official Statistics

Rough sleeping in England: autumn 2015

Annual statistical release evaluating the extent of rough sleeping.

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Rough sleeping in England: autumn 2015

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Rough sleeping statistics England autumn 2015: table 1

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Rough sleeping statistics England autumn 2015: blank local authority form

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This is the sixth annual statistical release following the introduction of revised guidance on evaluating the extent of rough sleeping in September 2010.

Rough sleeping counts and estimates are single night snapshots of the number of people sleeping rough in local authority areas. Local authorities decide whether to carry out a count or an estimate based upon their assessment of whether the local rough sleeping problem justifies counting.

The release also includes a breakdown by nationality of rough sleepers in London in 2014 to 2015, as recorded on the Combined Homelessness and Information Network (CHAIN) database by London-based homeless charity St Mungo’s.

Published 25 February 2016