Rough sleeping rises in nearly all England’s major cities
Estimated number of rough sleepers rose 13% in London and 60% in Birmingham
Rough sleeping rose in almost all England’s major cities last year, and across five of its nine regions, according to
The estimated number of rough sleepers rose by 13% in London, 60% in Birmingham, and 31% in Manchester. The place with the largest number of rough sleepers was Westminster, where 306 people were on the streets on the night of the survey, up by 41%.