ITV Meridian's Mel Bloor met up with Stuart Rowbotham, who's the director of health and wellbeing at Wokingham Borough Council. She asked him some of the questions posed to her by the residents of the Gorse Ride South estate.
"Please don't destroy our homes." That's the plea from families living on an estate in Berkshire earmarked for demolition.
Residents in around 180 houses on the Gorse Ride South estate in Finchampstead have been served demolition notices by Wokingham Borough Council which wants to redevelop the area.
Many of the properties - which were built in the 1970s - are council owned, but some have been bought by tenants under the 'right to buy' scheme.
Mel Bloor has been speaking exclusively to worried residents.
The driver of the Nissan, a 33-year-old man from Hampshire, was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. He remains in police custody.
The road remains closed in both directions while collision investigators examine the scene. Motorists are advised to avoid the area.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for information after a motorcyclist was killed in a collision in Finchampstead.
Police were called by the ambulance service at 6.39am to reports of a collision between a silver Nissan Note and a black Yamaha motorcycle on the A327.
A man from Berkshire is due in court this morning charged with the murder of an elderly man on Christmas day. The body of Bernard James Smith, known as Jim, was discovered on a street in Stafford in the early hours of Wednesday.
A post-mortem examination revealed 83-year-old Mr Smith died as a result of multiple chest injuries
Joseph Nicholas Moscicki who's 22 and from Finchampstead is due to appear at Stafford Crown Court. Police say he also faces a further count of failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis.
A Berkshire man has been charged with the murder of a pensioner who was found dead on Christmas Day.
Bernard James Smith, who was 83-years-old, died from multiple chest injuries in Stafford near where he lived.
Joseph Moscicki, aged 22, from Little Acres in Finchampstead has been charged with murder and failing to submit a breathalyser test.
A firearm may have been used to threaten residents during a robbery in Berkshire. At around 7.48pm yesterday a man entered a house in Reading Road, Finchampstead, and produced what is believed to be a firearm before stealing items from the address. The offender ran away after police were called.
He is described as 6ft, of slim build, and was wearing a balaclava and a black jacket. Inspector Phil O’Neil, of Thames Valley Police, said: 'Officers will be carrying out extra patrols in the area and if anyone has any concerns, please make contact with an officer or the local police station.'
If you have any information about the incident, contact Insp O’Neil via the 24-hour Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.