This chapter discusses the growing problem of homelessness. Taking homelessness in its widest sense – beyond rooflessness – it is evident that there is a real impact of the difficulties in 'owning' a home, on younger people – Millennials/Generation Rent. Home-ownership is increasingly the preserve of those with wealth, or older people who bought at a time when housing was cheaper to buy. Until more and more young people use their ballot card, their voices will be marginalised, their housing increasingly precarious in a relatively unregulated private sector. The physical hostility of common spaces for Travellers, and more broadly for homeless people, there are policies and actions which have been brought in to 'protect' spaces from people. The legislation required local authorities to prepare a plan, and to recognise earlier in the cycle of precarity, that this could lead to homelessness.