The government has said it's "working intensively" to get people off the streets.Read the full story ›
In a unique initiative, homeless people themselves have worked with a designer to create a prototype home of their own.Read the full story ›
People are being asked for their views on tackling homelessness and rough sleeping in Brighton and Hove as part of a new strategy.Read the full story ›
There was an increase of 22 per cent England and Wales in 2018. The government says more people than ever are accessing support.Read the full story ›
The council is launching an investigation into four rough sleeper deaths in the past two months.Read the full story ›
New figures show Brighton and Hove has the 10th largest number of people sleeping rough in autumn 2018.Read the full story ›
The number of homeless people sleeping rough on the streets of Brighton has increased by 20%. A night shelter in the city is a 'lifeline'.Read the full story ›
It comes after the leader of Windsor and Maidenhead Borough Council called for rough sleepers to be cleared before the royal wedding in May.Read the full story ›
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."
There has been a dramatic rise rough sleeping across the south. Many are suffering from addiction, as well as mental health problems.Read the full story ›