A new study has revealed that ageing is not only a concern for adults, but Hong Kong youth also want to have a say about homes for the elderly. The survey revealed that more than 86 per cent of teenagers said they were dissatisfied with the living arrangements for the older generation in districts such as Wan Chai, Sham Shui Po, Kwun Tong and Tai Kok Tsui. They were also concerned that the elderly were unable to adapt to a new environment when forced to vacate their homes to make way for redevelopment. About 79 per cent of senior residents said they preferred staying in their neighbourhoods to moving to a new location. Three hundred and fifty elderly people were interviewed in the poll which was initiated by the Hong Kong Institute of Architects and conducted by pupils and architecture students. The survey formed part of the 'World Day of Architecture 2001 - Learn to Care, Care to Learn' held between July and October. During those three months, students learned about the interaction between architecture and living environments through a variety of games and activities.