According to newly published figures by the Department of Housing the number of people sleeping rough on the streets of Dublin has fallen by 40%.
The latest figures which has been seen as an improvement on the ever growing crisis, shows there was a total of 110 people sleeping rough on the streets this spring falling from 184.
It is believed the decrease in figures comes after a number of emergency hostels were opened to accommodate those sleeping rough during the recent bad weather.
However despite the decrease, a number of homeless charity groups have called for more to be done in order to improve the situation.
Many charities say the Department of Housing and the government must work harder to solve the crisis as more and more people are becoming homeless each day.
Currently there almost 10,000 people across Ireland without a permanent accommodation.