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Homeless shelter near Manchester's Green Quarter 'inappropriate', residents say

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Plans to open a shelter near Manchester's Green Quarter offering homeless men support services and a pathway into living independently have encountered local opposition.

MCR Property Group and the Manchester Homeless Partnership want to provide accommodation for 31 ‘low-risk’ individuals from vacant buildings north of the city centre on Lord Street.

The number of people presenting as homeless in Manchester has reached and is exceeding pre-Covid levels, with thousands - including families and children - living in temporary accommodation such as bed and breakfasts. READ MORE:Search continues for young family of five who disappeared from Manchester home Under plans submitted to Manchester council, tenants would stay in ensuite bedrooms while

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