Brighton and Hove is ranked as number 10 of local authorities in England with the largest number of people sleeping rough in autumn 2018.
It comes as the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government released their annual statistics on rough sleeping.
In the latter part of last year, 64 people were recorded as sleeping rough in Brighton and Hove.
However, this figure is more than 50% lower than the year before, when local authorities found 178 rough sleepers.
Overall - in Reading, Southampton, Oxford, Portsmouth and Bournemouth - the amount of rough sleepers has gone down in the last year.
West Berkshire and Oxford City Council are offering support for rough sleepers.
Following the cold weather forecast in the Thames Valley, Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) has been put in place by the authorities.
Rough sleepers are being offered safe accommodation, as well as support and general advice.
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