Earlier this month, ITV News revealed that Brighton and Hove's homelessness problem had risen by a shocking 35 per cent in two years.
Today a significant step was taken to address the problem as more than 30 homeless people began moving into a development made out of old shipping containers which have been converted in to studio flats.
Charlotte Wilkins speaks to Richard, who's just moved in; Andy Winter from Brighton Housing Trust and Councillor Bill Randall, who's Chair of Housing at Brighton and Hove City Council.
It's the jewel in Brighton's crown - and today a £34 million make-over plan was revealed for the Royal Pavilion estate. Over a million people visit the iconic palace, Brighton Dome and museums every year - but there are vital repairs needed - to make it sustainable for the future.
Charlotte Wilkins has been given a tour and has spoken to Brighton and Hove City Council Leader Cllr Jason Kitcat and Chief Executive of Brighton Dome and Festival , Andrew Comben.
The annual naked bike ride takes place in Brighton and Hove this Sunday. Up to a thousand riders are expected to take part in the nine-mile route through the city. They'll gather at Preston Park from 12 noon for a 1.30pm start. The route takes in Hove Lawns
The British Film Institute is to open a “talent centre” in Brighton and Hove as part of a £5million plan to boost the industry across the country. The City Council is encouraging the BFI to make a base and is searching for an office when they move to the coast in the autumn.
The city will be promoted as a film location. Last year, the BFI launched a multi-million- pound five-year plan to help the British film industry compete more successfully on the global stage.