Find details of agencies in the city providing support such as meals, shelter and advice.
If you find yourself homeless
If you’re homeless or being threatened with homelessness, which means you have been asked to leave your current accommodation within 28 days, you should get advice as soon as possible by contacting Peterborough City Council’s Housing Needs Team.
It is better if you can go to Bayard Place in person, if you can’t then call 01733 864064, telephones are also available at Bayard Place.
An appointment will be made for a homelessness interview for you with one of our officers if required. The interview will decide if you are eligible for help. You will need to bring all of the relevant documents to the appointment, this makes it easier for us to decide what help you are eligible for.
When Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (closed until 11am Wednesdays)
Where Housing Needs, Peterborough City Council, Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough, PE1 1HG
Call 01733 864064
Peterborough City Council have a team who work with rough sleepers in the city, and work alongside other partner agencies. Everyone who finds themselves homeless has an offer of accommodation from the council and this innovative approach is succeeding in changing people’s lives for the better.
If you know of someone sleeping rough please notify us using the rough sleeper referral form here