Homes and property Homelessness Strategy

Manchester’s homelessness strategy sets out how the Council and its partners will work together towards ending homelessness. The new three-year Homelessness and Rough Sleeping strategy, which covers the period 2024 to 2027 sets out how the Council will work with the voluntary, community and faith sector plus schools, health services and early help services.

It identifies four priorities: Increasing prevention, reducing rough sleeping, sourcing more suitable and affordable accommodation and supporting better lives. 

The strategy will be supported by a detailed action plan for the Council and the wider Manchester Homelessness Partnership which is currently being developed.

The services provided to people at risk of homelessness, which are informed by this strategy can be found on our Preventing Homelessness pages.  

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