The first ever 'rough sleeping summit' has been held in Brighton and Hove.
It's thought more than a thousand people sleep rough every year in the city.
The council says it hopes to build on existing services so no one is homeless and living on its streets by 2020.
"Our vision is to make sure no-one has the need to sleep rough in Brighton & Hove by 2020. This is a challenge we need to start tackling now.
"The aim is to build on existing provision and work with our partners to see an effective city-wide approach for the future. The dangers of living on the streets are severe and impact on some of the most vulnerable in our society.
"At a time when resources are scarce and demand is rising, we need to look at how we can work together to help those in need."
– Cllr Clare Moonan, lead councillor for homelessness
Two Kent police workers spent the night sleeping rough to highlight the plight of the homeless. The two women spent the night in a cardboard box in Maidstone as temperatures plummeted. Tom Savvides spoke to Kulbir Pasricha and Nicky Kewley.