It is seen that the poor neighbourhoods of an advanced city are most vulnerable to remain poor for a long time if there is not political will to change the scenario. These regions have remained poor because of several reasons like the low social structure of the society giving them low access to quality education and healthcare, and this makes them remain poor. Their dependence on the city and its workings and lack of any political will to include them into town planning efforts of the development plan is another reason for them to be poor. The interconnection between city and poor regions is based on external characteristics which are not in control of any single city or a country, making them constantly dependent on the city’s businesses. The persistence of poverty in these poor regions of these large cities is majorly dependent on the socio-political connection and strength in the country, with the political system embedded into more strong social values can actually initiate to change the scenario and include all poor citizens and neighbourhoods into the development plan which are most often left out from town planners because of their narrow focus on political influence and real estate prices. These things will have to change to include a more sustainable plan for the development of poor neighbourhoods of advanced cities.