Following a report by the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ), a think tank, the UK Communities Secretary, Sajid Javid, has said that he will travel to Finland to study how Housing First has been successfully implemented there. The CSJ recommends that £110 million be invested in private-rented homes, along with advice and care, for Housing First. They argue that this approach would pay for itself within three years, as it would save the money currently spent on ineffective remedial care. A Housing First pilot in Manchester is estimated to have saved £2.51 for every £1 invested. To read more on the story, click here.