Renewal schemes prioritising housing 'better at cutting crime'

Neighbourhood renewal schemes that prioritise improvements to housing are more likely to have a positive impact on crime and unemployment levels, according to the academic responsible for leading the national evaluation of the New Deal for Communities (NDC) programme.

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