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Hulme case study
Slum clearance programme in the 1960s meant that a number of high rise flats were
Of the 5500 dwellings, 98% were council owned.
Over half were deck access and had poor design features
Low numbers of families with children and a high number of single…

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1960s Hulme Problems 1990s Hulme Solutions
The buildings were supposed to be modern The new homes are a mixture of council
but instead the huge amount of concrete owned and private ownership. It is hoped
made it an ugly environment. that if people own their own home they will

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In 1992, the Hulme City Challenge drew up
plans to build 3000 new homes, with new
shopping areas
New roads and community facilities have
been included I the modern plans.


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