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The Hub, more formally the Whitechapel Threshold Centre, is a product of the government's push for joined-up thinking. A series of Hubs will provide social, welfare and employment support on six sites in some of London's most deprived boroughs. Based on joint bids by local authorities and other agencies for Single Regeneration Budget money, this particular Hub in Tower Hamlets has been developed with the Peabody Trust. The trust found a 10x10m site in the corner of one of its estates, ...


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