Britain is a diverse society - ethnically, racially and culturally.
Historically Holbeck has been a key resource to the economy of Leeds; however the decline of a once thriving heavy engineering industry, has disconnected the community.
Homes left by migrating unemployed workers have been inhabited by a Diaspora of population.
The residents are diverse with no common aim or adhesion that holds them together. Social interactions and relationships in ethnically diverse neighbourhoods can be problematic.
Diverse groups either living residentially separated lives with their ‘own kind’ or inhabiting separate social and cultural worlds.
The proposed scheme therefore aims to establish a new relationship between all peoples.
‘interacting organisms sharing an environment’