This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'How many Ukrainian who came to Warwickshire under the Homes for Ukraine scheme are now registered as statutory homeless'.

Mathew Norman
 Information Management
Shire Hall
Warwick CV34 4RL
Telephone 01926 412211
Please ask for
Our ref: 8875944
Date: 5 April 2023
Dear Mathew Norman
Freedom of Information Act 2000
Your request for information has been considered by Warwickshire County Council under the 
Freedom of Information Act 2000.
I can confirm that some of the information you have requested is held by Warwickshire County 
Please note, you have also requested some information concerning a service which is actioned 
by the local District and Borough Councils, rather than us as a County Council. Please see 
below for further details.
You asked: 
1. How many Ukrainian people have come to live in households in Warwickshire under 
the Homes for Ukraine scheme since 14 March 2022?

From Foundry Data: 1,317 Visa's showing as arrived
2. How many of those Ukrainian people who have come to live in Warwickshire since 14 
March 2022 under the Homes for Ukraine scheme are now registered as statutory 

3. How many of those Ukrainian people who have come to live in Warwickshire since 14 
March 2022 under the Homes for Ukraine scheme are now registered as homeless?
4. What is being done by Warwickshire County Council to help those Ukrainians who 
came to live in Warwickshire under the Homes for Ukraine scheme but are now 
registered as homeless or statutory homeless?

For questions 2, 3 and 4 you will need to contact the District and Borough Councils directly. 
Contact details for these councils are available via their respective websites:
Warwick District Council:
Stratford-upon-Avon District Council:

Rugby Borough Council:
Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council:

North Warwickshire Borough Council:

Please note, further details about the request are provided below: 
Warwickshire have taken a preventative approach to homelessness. We have commissioned a 
team called PHIL (Preventing Homelessness Improving Lives) who work proactively with guests 
and hosts to avoid breakdowns within the home setting or to broker a planned transition into 
alternative accommodations. This supplements the work of the re matching team, who seek 
alternative host accommodation.
In addition to the above, we also offer the host support scheme, that enables hosts to access 
online counselling and other benefits. Increased monthly top up's to hosts after 6 months and 
winter fuel payments.
If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your request, you have the right to ask for an internal 
review. Internal review requests should be submitted within 40 days of the date of receipt of the 
response to your original letter and should be addressed to:
Information Management 
Shire Hall 
CV34 4RL 
If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have the right to apply directly 
to the Information Commissioner for a decision. The Information Commissioner can be 
contacted at:
The Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
SK9 5AF. 
Phone: 0303 123 1113 
I will now close your request as of this date.

Yours faithfully
Information Rights Officer