Glasgow faces legal battle over homeless services

By Heather Jameson | 03 October 2019

Shelter Scotland has launched a legal battle against Glasgow City Council over failures in its homelessness service.

The charity has accused the council of breaking the law, claiming it denied temporary accommodation to homeless people more than 3,000 times last year.

It had previously written to the council threatening legal action, but is now seeking a judicial review after the Glasgow failed to respond.

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