New figures show more than 13,000 households in the East of England faced eviction last year.
The charity Shelter says it's because of a lack of affordable housing and welfare cuts.
The towns in this region where people are most likely to lose their homes are Luton, Thurrock in Essex and Peterborough.
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Norwich, Cambridge and Milton Keynes are amongst the country's most successful towns and cities according to a new report.
The Centre for Cities think tank say those areas are growing because they are attractive to knowledge based businesses and have a high number of knowledge based jobs.
It also warns that without government investment in things such as housing and transport, that growth could be stifled.
A new way of promoting the county of Cambridgeshire as a tourist destination officially starts today.
Called 'Visit Cambridge and Beyond' it aims to encourage people to look further than just the city for days out.
More than five million tourists visit Cambridge each year which is worth £583 million to the city's economy. It accounts for 17 per cent of local employment.
86 per cent of people visiting Cambridge usually on come on day trips. The idea is to encourage people to stay longer and look further than just the city.
Work on a multi million pound new shopping centre in Chelmsford will reach an important milestone this morning. The last roof beam will be hoisted into place at the Bond Street development.
It's due to open this autumn with shops, a cinema multiplex, an underground carpark and restaurants.
Local school children will be there for the topping out ceremony today.
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A contractor has been appointed to work on Luton's Marsh farm development.
Housing and Construction company Keepmoat has officially started work on the £28 million regeneration scheme which will completely transform and improve the Marsh Farm area of Luton.
The development will see new modern housing and shops.
Luton Borough Council appointed the contractor to deliver the regeneration scheme over the next three years.
The first phase will see the new seven new shops built on the former Purway Close site with 24 apartments above.
"We have been waiting for this moment for a long time so it's really exciting to know our contractors are now on site and set to deliver major improvements to the Marsh Farm area. This scheme is set to make a real positive difference to the area, with high quality homes and shops bringing long-term social and economic benefits for local people."