Brighton Council says the homeless situation in the city is still in crisis but that its policies 'are working'.
Latest figures reveal the number of rough sleepers has fallen by more than half. Last year, an estimated 178 people were found homeless on the streets. Two weeks ago the number counted was 64.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Cllr Clare Moonan from Brighton and Hove City Council, Jim Deans of Sussex Homeless Support, and Andy Winter of Brighton Housing Trust.
While the number of rough sleepers has gone down, the number of homeless coming onto the streets continues at a rate of around 15 a week.
A lack of affordable accommodation has been seen as the major reason.
One charity has said they it believes the real number of homeless people in Brighton could be higher.