The causes of Adult homeless in the London Borough of London and the strategies to reduce Homelessness

 
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Chapter 1

1.1.            Introduction and Statement of the Problem

London borough has a responsibility to ensure the problems of homelessness are dealt with. It is important for London Borough to secure permanent accommodation for all the homeless people and offer advice and assistance. Although reforms to the Localism Act has meant that local authorities enjoy more flexibility, the increase in a shortage of available accommodation has ensured that the London borough faces a severe challenge in meeting its statutory duty. The problem of homelessness among adults is exasperated by the fact that the council does not offer accommodation to single adults or couples who do not have dependent children. The problem of homelessness impacts communities in some ways, and it is important for the local authority and community developers to ensure there is low homelessness in their respective communities as possible.  Whatever the cause of homelessness for an individual its consequences can be brutal. It damages the ability of people through loss of skills, inability to think about employment. It also deteriorates the health of individuals and damages their resilience, self-confidence, and self-esteem (Clapham, 2003). Therefore, it is important to know the causes and consequences of homeless in London Borough, and the strategies which can help to reduce the rates of homelessness to reduce the amount of suffering among the London Borough communities (Berg, Lune, and Lune, 2004).

1.2.Research Objectives

  1. To explore the causes of adult homelessness in London Borough
  2. To explore the various strategies and solutions which the London borough can use to reduce the high rates of homelessness in London.
  3. To explore the effects of homelessness among adults in London Borough
  4. To explore the effectiveness of local government’s strategies to improve the homelessness situation in London Borough

Chapter II

2.1. Review of the literature and research Questions

The following research will attempt to answer the following questions:

  1. What are the homelessness eradication strategies for London Borough?
  2. How effective are the homelessness eradication strategies of London Borough?
  3. What are the effects of homeless among adults in London Borough
  4. What is the prevalence of homelessness in London borough?

Although a lot of research has been conducted on the cause sand impacts of homeless, none has been conducted to determine the causes and consequences of homeliness in London Borough.

Chapter III

3.1. Methodology

The following research is a qualitative research which will explore the extent and impacts of homelessness among the adults in London borough, and the effectiveness of strategies which the London borough local council has put in place to help reduce this problem. For this reason, the research will mostly rely on secondary research and data. The researcher will have to review the literature and data on the state of homeless in London borough. The researcher will visit the London Borough public library to obtain the necessary data and information concerning the state of homelessness in the borough. Newspaper articles, research, and books, and journals will all be used to obtain secondary information.  Primary data will be obtained by sending a questionnaire to the London Borough officials through email. They will be required to fill the questionnaires and return them by email. This will ensure that the privacy of the respondents is highly respected.

 

 

References

Berg, B.L., Lune, H. and Lune, H., 2004. Qualitative research methods for the social sciences (Vol. 5). Boston, MA: Pearson.

Clapham, D., 2003. Pathways approaches to homelessness research. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology13(2), pp.119-127.

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