Rejected £90m reallocated to other councils

By Dan Peters | 18 October 2023

Some £90m for councils to reduce the risk of homelessness for new arrivals to the UK has been reallocated after local authorities rejected the cash.

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities had offered £500m to 182 councils and the Greater London Authority based on a formula used to determine the local authorities with the greatest need.

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