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    ​Looking out for rough sleepers in the City of London 

The City of London Corporation works year-round on getting rough sleepers into accommodation. Our commissioned outreach service is on the streets looking out for rough sleepers every day, all weeks to offer emergency accommodation.

If you see someone sleeping rough and you think they are suffering the effects of exposure to cold weather, please contact emergency services on 999.

Sleeping rough or worried about someone who is?

If you are concerned about a rough sleeper, or sleeping rough yourself, you can report it online:

  • by downloading the StreetLink app (on smartphones)
  • by calling 0300 500 0914

StreetLink connects rough sleepers to local services. If you see someone rough sleeping, always contact StreetLink, the pan-London reporting mechanism.

The City of London Corporation Outreach Team responds to all new information with immediate effect.

You may also be able to use:

Providence Row Day Centre
82 Wentworth Street
E1 7SA (Google Map)

The City Corporation commissions St Mungo's to work with rough sleepers in the Square Mile.

Contact the Rough Sleeper Projects Officer

If you wish to speak with us in person, please call and make an appointment so we can make sure that a member of staff is available to see you.

City of London
Guildhall
PO Box 270
London EC2P 2EJ

020 7332 3791
homeless@cityoflondon.gov.uk

Looking out for rough sleepers in the City of London

The number of people sleeping rough on our streets is increasing. During the winter months especially, rough sleepers will face additional health risks.

We're running a public-facing awareness campaign from November until January. If you're concerned about someone sleeping rough in the Square Mile, make a referral to StreetLink.

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