Designing out rough sleeping

By Kalvinder Kohli | 27 November 2019

Rough sleeping is the very smallest part of the overall homelessness population. However, it is the most visible and often, the most extreme form of homelessness.

This community has the highest rate of early deaths of any other part of the population, with an average life expectancy of 45 for men and 43 for women. Last year alone, an estimated 726 homeless people died nationwide.

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