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When was the Hulme area redeveloped as part of the slum clearance?

In the 1960s

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How was the Hulme area redeveloped?

A number of high rise flats were built (of the 5,500 dwellings, 98% were council owned)

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Why was 1960s redeveloped flats regenerated as a holistic approach and when?

In the 1990s the flats were regenerated as they soon became places of graffiti, vandalism, crime and drug dealing, as there was a low level of families, a disproportionate number of single person households and single parents.

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How much money did Hulme receive from the city challenge?

£37.5 million

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How was the approach holistic?

Local authorities, private companies and the local community all worked together.

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What was planned to build in 1992?

3,000 new homes (streets, squares, 2 story houses, low rise flats)
New shopping areas
Roads and communities facilities

Schools and a new park were also built

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How were homes designed to be?

Go be energy efficient, to conserve water and be pleasant

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List advantages of the 1992 regeneration?

Crime was reduced
There is more of a social mix
The Hulme arch was made as a symbol of the regeneration

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