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Data Provider: Welsh Government Households for which assistance has been provided by outcome and household type
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Total Outcomes[Collapse]Ineligible householdsIneligible householdsErrorError
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Number of outcomes - Eligible, threatened with homelessness, prevention assistance provided (Section 66)Successful prevention - Eligible, threatened with homelessness, prevention assistance provided (Section 66)ErrorError
Unsuccessful prevention - Eligible, threatened with homelessness, prevention assistance provided (Section 66)ErrorError
Assistance Refused - Eligible, threatened with homelessness, prevention assistance provided (Section 66)ErrorError
Non co-operation - Eligible, threatened with homelessness, prevention assistance provided (Section 66)ErrorError
Application Withdrawn - Eligible, threatened with homelessness, prevention assistance provided (Section 66)ErrorError
Application withdrawn due to loss of contact - Eligible, threatened with homelessness, prevention assistance provided (Section 66)ErrorError
Other Reasons - Eligible, threatened with homelessness, prevention assistance provided (Section 66)ErrorError
[Collapse]Number of outcomes - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)ErrorError
Number of outcomes - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)Successfully relieved - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)ErrorError
Unsuccessfully relieved - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)ErrorError
Assistance Refused - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)ErrorError
Non co-operation - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)ErrorError
Application Withdrawn - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)ErrorError
Application withdrawn due to loss of contact - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)ErrorError
Other Reasons - Eligible, homeless, subject to duty to help to secure (Section 73)ErrorError
[Collapse]Number of outcomes - Eligible, homeless but not in priority needNumber of outcomes - Eligible, homeless but not in priority needErrorError
[Collapse]Number of outcomes - Eligible, homeless and in a priority need but intentionally soNumber of outcomes - Eligible, homeless and in a priority need but intentionally soErrorError
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Number of outcomes - Eligible, unintentionally homeless and in priority need (Section 75)Positively discharged - Eligible, unintentionally homeless and in priority need (Section 75)ErrorError
Assistance Refused - Eligible, unintentionally homeless and in priority need (Section 75)ErrorError
Non co-operation - Eligible, unintentionally homeless and in priority need (Section 75)ErrorError
Application Withdrawn - Eligible, unintentionally homeless and in priority need (Section 75)ErrorError
Application withdrawn due to loss of contact - Eligible, unintentionally homeless and in priority need (Section 75)ErrorError
Other Reasons - Eligible, unintentionally homeless and in priority need (Section 75)ErrorError
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Metadata

Title
Households for which assistance has been provided by outcome and household type

Last update
19 March 2020 19 March 2020

Next update
July 2020

Publishing organisation
Welsh Government

Source 1
Homelessness data collection, Welsh Government

Contact email
stats.housing@gov.wales

Designation
None

Lowest level of geographical disaggregation
Local authorities

Geographical coverage
Wales

Languages covered
English and Welsh

Data licensing
You may use and re-use this data free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government License - see http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence

General description
The information is based on a quarterly statistical return completed by local authorities in Wales. The information is collected in order to establish the number and type of households that were provided with assistance by local authorities during the period. It is also used to establish the number of homeless households in temporary accommodation and the types of accommodation provided. This data is used by the Welsh Government, homelessness agencies and other housing organisations, in order to help monitor trends in the overall level of statutory homelessness across Wales.

Frequency of publication
Quarterly

Users, uses and context
Please find this information in the related statistical publication, as per the given weblink.

Rounding applied
Disclosure control has been applied to the data. All figures less than 3 have been supressed and shown as a ‘*’. All other figures are rounded independently to the nearest 3. As a result, there may be a difference between the sum of the constituent items and the total.

Keywords
Housing, Homelessness, Outcomes, Applications, Age, Sex

Statistical quality
There are a number of factors (including timing issues, the recording of multiple outcomes and local authority IT reporting systems), which have impacted on the quality and accuracy of the data collected and published on statutory homeless for 2015-16. These are mainly due to the legislative changes introduced in April 2015 and the time needed for the local authority data providers to fully absorb the impact of these changes and to adjust their internal systems and processes accordingly. Further information is provided in Section 2.2 of the accompanying annual statistical release.

Whilst we have worked closely with local authorities to improve the quality of the data there is a limit to the improvements that can be made retrospectively to the 2015-16 data and some concerns over the quality and accuracy of the data remain. Although the pre April 2015 statutory homelessness statistics were designated as National Statistics, given the concerns over data quality a temporary de-designation of the Homelessness Statistics data for 2015-16 has been agreed with the UK Statistics Authority. The 2015-16 data as published on Stats Wales and within the accompanying release are therefore not classified as National Statistics.