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Title: Council Housing Objective: To learn what council housing is and why it was built. To look at the ways in which council housing estates have been improved. Key Words: Council Housing Inner City Suburbs. Council Housing.

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Title:

Council Housing

Objective:

To learn what council housing is and why it was built.

To look at the ways in which council housing estates have been improved.

Key Words:

Council Housing

Inner City

Suburbs

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Council Housing

Council Houses were originally built in the 1920s and 1930s. They were built to help people who lived in crowded conditions in Inner City terraced houses.

Council houses provide affordable rented accommodation for people who cannot afford to buy their own private home.

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Making Housing Affordable

Many people who live on council estates are unemployed or have low incomes.

To help people buy their own home, the government introduced a Right- to- Buy scheme.

This enabled people to buy their homes at a low price and at a discount rate dependent on how long they had lived there.

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Challenges facing council estates and their inhabitants.

The following slides highlight some of the issues that blight today’s council estates and the people who live on them.

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High levels of truancy & low educational achievement

Urban Dereliction

High Crime Rate

High rate of teenage pregnancies

Unhealthy lifestyles

Community Living in fear

Challenges within

Council Estates.

Lack of community feel

Poor living environment

Vandalism & Fly Tipping

Low level of services & leisure

Activities.

Higher than average levels of unemployment

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OBJECTIVE 2European funding worth up to £20 million available to support regeneration projects. SURE STARTA government scheme that aims to give babies and young children the best possible start in life. NEIGHBOURHOOD RENEWAL FUNDThe Neighbourhood Renewal Fund will targeting 13 city wards.