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South Holland District Council spends more on temporary accommodation

South Holland District Council is spending more money on providing temporary accommodation for people who are homeless.

Councillors were warned on Wednesday of a forecasted £541,000 overspend in the General Funds due to a fall in the number of planning applications and increase in costs of providing accommodation.

The council's costs have increased to £280,000 for the year-to-date following the introduction of the Homelessness Act last year.

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