Oop in yorkshire. Council have form for not trying very hard to rehome animals. Was talking to the TV yesterday and she said he seems happy enough atm. He's made a little den outside the flat under this big tree, we've set up some food and water bowls for him and yesterday we let him chill in the front hall with the living room door closed so he was in the house but separated from my cat, who actually serms really intrigued by the new guy. They were just looking at each other through the door windows, purring and rolling about showing their bellies to each other. If I knew he'd had his jabs/could afford to pay for them (and a neutering) then based on how mojo has responded so far we'd let him live with us full time, no question.
FWIW, our building is set well back from the road and next to our ground floor flat there's a patch of woods so him making his den next to ours is ideal since he's sheltered and well away from cars and people. Plus on hot days we open our front door so he can have a cool and a snooze in our hall.