REBUILDING THE COMMUNITY
“Tower Hamlets is home to many of the tallest buildings in London.
In total, 35,829 crimes were committed in the area last year.”
Churchill Security on Tower Hamlets
If it’s not broke don’t fix it…
… continuously over the years we have seen many successful methods within society and the government’s system change, to a structure that simply fails to work and produce results that benefit the minority communities. Not only in Tower Hamlets but across the country. Schools, Youth, Community and, Pupil Referral Unit Centres are closing down, Arts funding being lowered to next to nothing and rising University fees has left both young and mature people believing that in a first world country, they have been left out in the wilderness to survive on basics, where they cannot make ends meet. Coupled with the forever growing trending topics of social media pilling extra pressure on parents and young people to keep up with appearances’
SIRLUTE has a dream…
… that a bridge between the unprivileged and the successful corporate companies within the area can be built to boost the borough’s profile. Lower crime rates is something that benefits both sides. With an already booming relationship with Ballymore Sirlute CIC could help over 500 young people over 18months from the resources at Pepper st. Studio.