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?
I'm here with a pathetic deposit, a two-year-old child and another kid on the way. It doesn't take long to realize that South London, which I've always called home, can't be home for much longer.
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.