Lots more HERE
Also: Interesting bit of text by the man who was appointed Chief Architect/Planner of Irvine New Town in November 1967:
"I strongly believed and still do believe, that no architect involved in public housing can possibly understand the social issues of their designs without actually living with the finished results. I persuaded my wife, who was pregnant with our third child at that time, that we should move into Pennyburn and there we remained for the next two-and-a-half years."
"I was the only chief officer in the Development Corporation who opted to live in public rental housing and my motives often seemed to generate suspicion. I was termed a "woolly-minded liberal" by the general manager and a "communist" and "socialist" by other development corporation board members"