We spoke to director Paul Sng about his new documentary, 'Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle'.
When the Heygate Estate was demolished there were promises of social housing and a "community feel", but it's all fallen through.
Do they care as much as outraged anti-gentrification campaigners, or just not really give a shit?
An expensive bronze elephant might make Elephant and Castle even more unaffordable.
A Turner nominee wanted to throw a piano off a tower block; residents thought it was a "fucking stupid idea".
They're a symbol of everything that's inhumane about gentrification.
I talked to him about public housing, the failure of late-stage capitalism, and the future of Britain. It was a pretty gloomy chat, all things considered.
It seems that way, but I thought I should talk to some people to find out for sure.