Some of the post war architecture in Sheffield should be admired and some of it should be a reminder of what can happen when urban planning goes wrong. I don't think either is being paid enough attention. Park Hill flats are an exception but whether they should be revered or condemned splits the people of the city. I don't think the planned development of turning it into upmarket apartments and shops is the answer but at least it stops the council (who continue to make awful decisions regarding Sheffield's urban landscape) from knocking it down and people can argue over its worth for some time yet.

Park Hill, Sheffield