The converted buses being made into homes for London's homeless
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The converted buses made home for London's homeless

Buses4Homeless is a project created to shelter those sleeping on the streets of London.

Four old buses have been converted into spaces for sleeping, eating, wellness and career building.

Krzysztof from Poland is one of the first homeless people to benefit from the programme.

The number of rough sleepers in London has reached a record high after an increase of nearly one fifth in a year, new figures have shown.

Video by Gem O'Reilly

  • 20 Jun 2019
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