Homelessness figures for Calderdale Council from April 2018 as submitted to the government in the quarterly H-CLIC (Homelessness case level information collection) return, covering:

  • assessments;
  • main duty;
  • prevention;
  • relief;
  • rough sleeping; and
  • temporary accommodation.

The full H-CLIC data for England can be found at Statutory homelessness live tables. To learn more about the H-CLIC return see Changes to statutory homelessness statistics.

In April 2018, the H-CLIC return replaced the P1E form. Data up to March 2018 can be found at Homelessness up to March 2018.

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Assessments - table A1

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Initial assessment of homelessness circumstances and needs.

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Assessments - table A2

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Households owed a prevention or relief duty by reason for loss, or threat of loss, of last settled home. From April 2020, this dataset is split into Owed prevention duty and Owed relief duty.

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Assessments - table A2P

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty): Households owed a prevention duty by reason for loss, or threat of less, of last settled home. Prior to April 2020, this dataset was not split from Owed relief duty.

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Assessments - table A2R

Households initially assessed as homeless (owed relief duty): Households owed a relief duty by reason for loss, or threat of loss, of last settled home. Prior to April 2020, this dataset was not split from Owed prevention duty.

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Assessments - table A3

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Support needs of household.

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Assessments - table A4

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Households owed a prevention or relief duty by accommodation at time of application. From April 2020, this dataset is split into Owed prevention duty and Owed relief duty.

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Assessments - table A4P

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty): Households owed a prevention duty by accommodation at time of application. Prior to April 2020, this dataset was not split from Owed relief duty.

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Assessments - table A4R

Households initially assessed as homeless (owed relief duty): Households owed a relief duty by accommodation at time of application. Prior to April 2020, this dataset was not split from Owed prevention duty.

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Assessments - table A5P

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Household composition (threatened with homelessness).

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Assessments - table A5R

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Household composition (homeless).

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Assessments - table A6

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Age of main applicant. The data for April 2019 to March 2020 was an annual dataset, but reverted to quarterly in April 2020.

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Assessments - table A7

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Referrals, including under the Duty to Refer. Figures for the quarters April to June 2019 and July to September 2019 were only available at regional level.

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Assessments - table A8

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Ethnicity of main applicant. The data for April 2019 to March 2020 was an annual dataset, but reverted to quarterly in April 2020.

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Assessments - table A9

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Nationality of main applicant.

Note: A2 refers to Bulgaria and Romania, A8 refers to Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia - these are all EEA states that have joined since 2004. From April 2019, this became an annual dataset.

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Assessments - table A10

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Employment status of main applicant. The data for April 2019 to March 2020 was an annual dataset, but reverted to quarterly in April 2020.

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Assessments - table A11

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Eligibility for homelessness assistance. From April 2020, this became an annual dataset.

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Assessments - table A12

Households initially assessed as threatened with homelessness (owed prevention duty) or homeless (owed relief duty): Sexual identity of main applicant. Available from April 2020.

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Main duty - table MD1

Households assessed, following relief duty end, as unintentionally homeless and priority need (owed main duty): Decision on duty owed at end of relief duty

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Main duty - table MD2

Households whose main duty ended: Reason for end of main duty.

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Main duty - table MD3

Households assessed, following relief duty end, as unintentionally homeless and priority need (owed main duty): Priority need of households owed main duty.

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Prevention - table P1

Households whose prevention duty ended: Reason for end of prevention duty.

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Prevention - table P2

Households whose prevention duty ended: Accommodation secured at prevention duty end.

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Prevention - table P3

Households whose prevention duty ended: Main prevention activity to secure accommodation. The data from April 2019 to March 2020 was an annual dataset, but reverted to quarterly from April 2020.

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Prevention - table P4

Households whose prevention duty ended: Location of alternative accommodation secured. From April 2019 this became an annual dataset.

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Prevention - table P5

Households whose prevention duty ended: Household composition of those secured accommodation. The data from April 2019 to March 2020 was an annual dataset, but reverted to quarterly in April 2020.

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Relief - table R1

Households whose relief duty ended: Reason for end of relief duty.

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Relief - table R2

Households whose relief duty ended: Accommodation secured at relief duty end.

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Relief - table R3

Households whose relief duty ended: Main relief activity to secure accommodation. The data from April 2019 to March 2020 is an annual dataset, but reverted to quarterly from April 2020.

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Relief - table R4

Households whose relief duty ended: Location of accommodation secured. From April 2019, this became an annual dataset.

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Relief - table R5

Households whose relief duty ended: Household composition of those secured accommodation. The data from April 2019 to March 2020 is an annual dataset, but reverted to quarterly from April 2019.

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Rough sleeping - table 1

Annual figures for rough sleeping in Calderdale from 2010: total.

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Rough sleeping - tables 1-4

Annual figures for rough sleeping in Calderdale from 2016, including gender, age, nationality, and information on the annual snapshot of people sleeping rough.

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Temporary accommodation - table TA1

Households in temporary accommodation at end of quarter: Type of temporary accommodation provided.

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Temporary accommodation - table TA2

Households in temporary accommodation at end of quarter: Household composition.

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Temporary accommodation - table TA3

Households in temporary accommodation at end of quarter: Duty under which temporary accommodation provided. Available from April 2020.