We are pleased to publish this short report by Stan Burridge presenting the results of six weeks research with people who have current and former experience of homelessness. We set two objectives for this project. First, we wanted to find out what homeless people thought of the idea of specialist homeless medical respite centres, what homeless people thought they should be like, and to gather some initial views on how they should run. And second, we asked Stan to use the research process to identify and if possible convene a core group of people with personal experience of homelessness who might be interested in helping us shape the development of the first respite centre: to become an initial homeless advisory board for the project. This report fully meets the two objectives we set. It makes eleven clear recommendations about how to continue to involve homeless people in the project.