Homeless Link responds to government consultations as one voice that reflects the views and experience of our members. Here you can find the latest information on consultations we are responding to and those of interest.
To find out more about London specific consultations visit our London Page.
The Work and Pensions Select Committee has launched an inquiry the role of Jobcentre Plus in the reformed welfare system.
The inquiry will focus on the services JCP offers to benefit claimants, jobseekers and employers and its relationships with external providers and stakeholders such as local authorities, in the context of recent and on-going welfare reforms, including the introduction of Universal Credit, and the resulting changes to JCP staff roles.
The deadline for submitting evidence is Friday 24 May.Further info can be accessed by clicking here
The Transforming Legal Aid consultation has been launched to seek your views on plans to improve public confidence in the legal aid system, reduce the cost of the scheme and make the system more efficient.
More information about the consultation can be found on the Justice website. Please note that we have published some corrections and clarifications to the consultation document. These can be found after the footnote to the overview section.
MoJ are running a number of events for practitioners as well as other key stakeholders, to gather views. To view events, agenda and availability click here.
The consultation closes on June 4th 2013
Homeless Link has made numerous submissions in response to government consultations, white and green papers and select committees. These submissions have been made across a variety of government departments on issues including the NHS restructure, Housing Benefit changes, Evaluating the Extent of Rough Sleeping and Drug Strategy, to name but a few. Check out our Responses and Submissions page to see an overview or to download a response.