WISE Ability take part in Let’s Talk Renting launch

BCP Council’s Homelessness Partnerships Coordinator Gary Pulman, centre, at the launch of the Let’s Talk Renting campaign with representatives from the collaborating organisations there to offer support and advice to local tenants. The Council’s housing team have helped more than 1,500 families stay in their homes over the past 18 months.

Here at WISE Ability we are delighted to be an active member of the Let’s Talk Renting campaign to support tenants and reduce homelessness across BCP (Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole) Council. The campaign will be operated by The Homelessness Action Collaborative, which we are an active member, and brings together a variety of other agencies who work with homeless individuals and those at risk of being made homeless – additional members include Shelter, the NHS and the Police.

Councillor Vikki Slade, Leader of BCP Council, said: “Preventing homelessness is a huge priority for the Council, and I’m really hopeful that the campaign can help people who are at risk of being evicted, and therefore reduce the number of people experiencing homelessness across the area.”

There is no doubt this is a fantastic opportunity for us to play our part in the overall homelessness prevention strategy for the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area and have a significant impact.

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