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Durham County Council awarded £6m to tackle homelessness and assist rough sleepers

Summary by Ground News
Durham County Council has been awarded £6million to tackle homelessness. It will provide new accommodation and increase support for those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The Bishop Auckland Registry Office has been identified for use and would house a five bedroom unit for single females aged 18 to 25. It is hoped the investment will eradicate rough sleeping in the region.

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