Over the past 12 years, the austerity measures imposed on the country by this government have widened the health and wealth gap extensively. The politicians of today have successfully driven forward an agenda that allows the rich to get richer, whilst the poor become more deprived. The index of multiple deprivation quantifiably shows how the services in the poorest areas are falling into decline, affecting the life chances of the people who live in them. The spatial inequality in these areas becomes much more evident when compared to more affluent surrounding towns, and is continually justified by the misconception that people from poorer backgrounds don’t contribute enough – and therefore, don’t deserve any better. If this misconception were to be corrected, what would these towns look like? How would space be utilised to create a more equal environment, allowing better outcomes for residents?