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United Kingdom.  Prince William invests £3m into homeless people

United Kingdom. Prince William invests £3m into homeless people

According to figures from the Royal Trust, in England, more than 300,000 people are homeless, half of whom are children. Faced with the scourge, Prince William announced on Sunday that he would fund a social housing scheme in his Duchy of Cornwall with £3m (about €3.5m).

The project, called Homewards, aims to build 24 homes in Nunsladen, Cornwall, on nearly 130,000 hectares of land inherited by the eldest son of Charles III, Prince of Wales.

Construction is expected to begin in September 2024 and the first homes will be completed in the fall of 2025.

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Prince William said Homewards aims to “give people across the UK hope that homelessness can be avoided by showing the progress we can make when we work together” between the public, private and voluntary sectors.

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“A drop of water in the ocean”

The anti-monarchy republican movement, for its part, denounces it as “a drop in the ocean compared to the need”. “William will profit greatly from these homes, while the country will spend at least £3.4 billion on the royal family over the next decade,” said President Graham Smith.

The Homewards project is rolling out in six different cities across the UK.