…you need good quality people to live in that housing:
Council bosses hope that a new housing block could help lead to the regeneration of one of Brighton’s most notorious estates.
As I’ve already pointed out, this isn’t the way to do it. Good housing + bad people = slum in a few year’s time.
Plans have been unveiled by Brighton and Hove City Council to build another 56 new affordable council flats on two sites.
And council officers state that the redevelopment of the former housing office site in Selsfield Drive will provide a catalyst for the wider regeneration of the Bates Estate with the hope that good quality housing will lead to a fall in crime rates.
Unless you change the people, changing the housing makes no difference whatsoever.