A Glasgow hotel housing vulnerable homeless people is being run “like an open prison” while charging £1,400 a month for cramped and rundown rooms, it is alleged.
Concerns about new Glasgow-wide figures revealing continued widespread use of homeless B&Bs for over seven day limit have been raised, while "unsuitable" housing rules have been put on hold.
One in three people making a homeless application in Glasgow prior to the Covid-19 pandemic were turned away by the city council, an inquiry has found.
As the charity run rapid access hotel for rough sleepers in Glasgow closes its doors, what's next for the city's street homeless?
Street homeless people must be urgently accommodated in hotels in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to those working to support them.
Scotland's national records will begin publishing specific statistics on homeless deaths for the first time next month.
Serco's new lock changes will see about 300 people made homeless across Glasgow within months, with charities claiming they were given no warning.