'Spectre of homelessness even more desperate in rural areas than in cities'

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Published by Max Salsbury for 24dash.com in Housing and also in Central Government, Finance, Universal Credit

The spectre of homelessness is as bad if not worse in rural areas than in cities, a housing association has warned. Tai Ceredigion - which manages around 2,500 homes in West Wales - has said that the limited supply of accommodation in the countryside means that the situation is often more desperate than in more highly-populated areas. The housing provider has claimed that every two and a half minutes, somebody in the UK faces losing their home, and that the Government's "40% public sector capital c...

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