I mean, like...
On a fairly wider scale (so like a whole estate, not just the odd one or two) innovative, architecturally interesting places that would be quite cool to live in...
And aren't mega bucks.
Or is it all just really boring new builds that look like they've been made from oats and cat vomit?
Essentially, I'm asking, have the Generation Y hipsters got their hands on housing yet?
I know they probably convert loads of old places, but have some bright young things starting building loads of new ones yet?
Cause, yeah, it's really great that we're good at making places that sell really nice hotdogs, but can't our generation do something more useful?