What life was like at Stainforth Court, the public housing ‘failure’ many called home

Stainforth Court was built in the late 1950s, riding on the optimism of post-war reconstruction.

There were more than 80 apartments in the distinctly modernist estate in New Town, just 10 minutes from the city centre.

But by the early 2000s it had become synonymous with drugs and crime, and fallen into disrepair.

Its reputation was so bad that even homelessness services advised their clients not to accept apartments there.

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Source: ABC News