The chronic lack of social housing in Epsom and Ewell is a major worry for its many homeless families many of whom are forced to accept temporary housing elsewhere.
Figures released by the charity Shelter last week showed the number of homeless households in emergency Bed and Breakfast (B&B) accommodation nationally is at its highest for almost a decade.
With more and more people having to go to the council for help with housing, reporter Hardeep Matharu examines the harsh realities for families who have nowhere else to go.
Read the full article from Hardeep Matharu at Epsom Guardian
Nigel & Maggie
10th July 2012
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