Safer and More Welcoming Homes and Communities

New Community Research Project

Making Tower Hamlets safer

We have recruited a diverse group of local people from Tower Hamlets to conduct research into community safety in our borough. This group has now designed a survey to gather evidence as to how safe people feel in Tower Hamlets and how people can be supported to feel safer in our borough. The group plans to use this evidence to work towards positive change in our borough to
help people to feel safer.

We are really excited to play a role in supporting local people to tackle issues that are important to our local community, and our group of Community Researchers would really welcome your support by completing their survey.

If you would be interested in taking part in the research, partnering with us on a campaign to tackle anti-social behaviour or in learning more, please contact Philip Mullen by email philip.mullen@toynbeehall.org.uk or by calling 020 7392 2956.

For more information or to take part in this project, please contact
Philip Mullen by email or by calling 020 7392 2956

Our First Peer Research Project

The Needs of Older People in Tower Hamlets

This new project is following on from the success of our first peer-research project last year, where we trained a group of people aged over 50 to find out what the biggest concerns are for older people in Tower Hamlets.

Safety came out as one of the biggest concerns for older people. Watch this video to find out more about the process and findings from this project.