So let me be the first to say those people are stupid:

“People used to say that this place was like Beirut,” says Adrian Hall, as he arrives for work on the Barne Barton estate in Plymouth. But the rows of clean, pastel-coloured blocks of flats don’t appear to have much in common with that war-torn city today. Hall, 40, is acting area manager for housing association William Sutton Homes, part of the Affinity Sutton Group, one of the main social landlords on the estate.

Though I must give credit to the journalist, Chloe Stothart, everything I need to send a LLB Certificate to Adrian Hall is right there in the first paragraph. Thanks!