6. Whitehawk

The Whitehawk estate was built in the early 1930s to re-house the people from Brighton's central slums. Every house had a garden so residents could grow their own vegetables; there was not a single garage. People were proud to move there. They had a cooker and bathroom for the first time in their lives. In the 1960s, the centre of the estate was demolished to make way for high-rise blocks.