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Housing Regeneration In Liverpool ‘What Is The Representative Household Composition In Fazakerley And Has Regeneration Worked? ’ Mark Farrington, Claire Fawbert, Michelle Moore, Gareth Wilson – Group C
Presentation Structure n n n An overview of Liverpool’s housing problems and an introduction to the case study area. What is the population structure of the studied areas? What are the characteristics of the main age group? Why are they dominant within the area? Has regeneration been successful in Fazakerley? Conclusions
Liverpool’s Housing Problems n n n Liverpool’s population: 450, 000 and declining 70% of the local population live in the UK’s 10 worst areas Av. Household size has decreased from 3. 03 in 1971 to a projected 2. 30 in 2021. “This area is exhibiting severe socio-economic stress and continuing population decline. The housing market could be characterised as being in a state of chaos, with high rates of voids, turnover and low house prices” n CURS 1999: 66
Introduction to Case Study Area n Fazakerley is located in the North of Liverpool, with a population of around 13, 500 in 1998. Bull Lane/ Orrell Road/ Warbreck Park Stonebridge Lane Area
Typical Housing In The Case Study Area Detached housing in Roseworth Avenue, on the Bull Lane site. It shows the typical style of housing we found here.
Typical Housing In The Case Study Area This picture shows an example of housing on Longdown Road, on the Stonebridge Lane housing estate. Typical housing here was semi-detached with some terracing.
What Is The Population Structure Of The Studied Area? < 20 years 20– 29 years 30 -39 years 40 -49 years 50 -59 years 60 -69 years 70 years + 0. 8% 23. 6% 47. 2% 16. 3% 8. 1% 4. 1% 0% Majority
Characteristics Of The Population Aged 30 -39 Household Composition
Characteristics Of The Population Aged 30 -39 Wealth relating to Council Tax - 34. 8% of residents aged 30 39 live in council tax band B. The value of these houses are £ 40, 001 -£ 52, 000. - 28. 3% of residents (D) have houses valued at £ 68, 000 -£ 88, 000. - 23. 9% (C) have houses costing £ 52, 001 -£ 68, 000.
Why Are They Dominant In These Areas? Reasons For Moving In
Why Are They Dominant In These Areas? Location
Why Are They Dominant In These Areas? Facilities
Has Regeneration Been Successful in Fazakerley? Is new housing genuinely attracting new residents into the city, or is it simply meeting the changing housing demands of the existing population?
Has Regeneration Been Successful In Fazakerley? Where Have People Come Here From? The aim of the regeneration programme was to attract people from outside of Liverpool. However, 78% of residents questionnaired moved from Liverpool to these houses.
Has Regeneration Been Successful In Fazakerley? Liverpool City Councils Project Aims The key objective of the councils housing plan policies are: “to maximise the contribution of housing to urban regeneration and to ensure that good quality housing, appropriate to peoples needs is available for all those who wish to live in the city” Liverpool City Council Website, 2002
Has Regeneration Been Successful In Fazakerley? Interview Analysis “The council only gave planning permission for the housing on the condition that something was built for the children, as so many lived in the surrounding area” (Mrs. Robertson)
Has Regeneration Been Successful In Fazakerley? Interview Analysis “People in generally [general] will look at a house like this, in particular with them being new. Mostly its young couples, they’re like lemmings that jump off the end of a cliff, they want one” (Mrs. Donaldson)
Has Regeneration Been Successful In Fazakerley? Dissatisfactions With The Housing
Has Regeneration Been Successful In Fazakerley? Residents Views n n n The local environment seems to be the most problematic areas of dissatisfaction The second biggest area of complaints were problems with the actual house Problems with price were also highlighted A smaller proportion of residents viewed social conditions and amenities as a problem However, 27% of residents found nothing wrong with the housing or the area
Conclusions n n n The area is characterised by young families The vast majority of residents lived elsewhere in Liverpool before moving, if not then most resided in the Merseyside area The local council, at this time, is failing to attract new residents from outside the area Although housing regeneration is taking place, interviews and questionnaires suggest that there are some environmental and construction issues that must be addressed This is definitely a step-up from previous initiatives of regeneration