Guidance on Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) and extended weather provision


Guidance on Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) and extended weather provision

 

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via Northampton Hope Centre, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom 

Guidance and case studies to help you develop suitable responses during the winter and periods of severe weather.

In brief

This guidance is designed to support Local Authorities to provide Severe Weather Emergency Protocol responses in order to prevent deaths of people sleeping rough during winter. It also covers good practice in delivering Extended Winter Provision such as night shelters.

How those can be an opportunity to end people’s homelessness.

The guidance is accompanied by a report based on last year’s survey of SWEP and winter provision, highlighting key data from respondents over the 2016-17 winter period. This year, for the first time, we have collated an additional set of case studies to highlight good practice examples from around the country.  Continue reading →

 

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