Urban brisboise is a project in which a group of volunteers, led by urban choir leader Anil Kumar, have embarked on a project to transform the city’s traditional residential areas.
The project was launched at the Urban Dialogue for the Future (UDF) event in April.
Urban brisboa is a multi-faceted urban renewal project that will change the way people live and work in the Brisbane CBD.
The project is the brainchild of Kumar and the urban choir project.
The choir is a volunteer group of community members and has been working for the past five years to transform areas in the CBD.
It started with a few hours of volunteer work at the community centre.
At the time of writing, the project has worked with a total of 18 people.
Kumar says the project is a great example of community collaboration.
“We are really trying to help people in their everyday lives,” Kumar said.
“The people who are going to live in these areas will have a place to live.”
The project aims to bring people into the community and give them a place of community.
It is a model for other projects across Brisbane and across the country.
Kampathu Dabir, who runs the local community centre, said the project was an important part of his community and that it is a good way for the community to be involved.
“This project is part of the community-led revitalisation strategy of our area,” Dabire said.
“We have a lot of people that are looking for work, they want to go back to work and they are not working here.”
So what we are doing here is really creating opportunities for them to come here and live and have a home.
“These are the people who will be coming in and we are really working with them.”
The community centre has partnered with a local community organisation, the Urban Community Housing Trust (UCHT), to set up the program.UCHT is a community housing charity which provides housing for people in the community.
“It is a really good opportunity to give them something that they are going be able to use and contribute towards,” Dbir said.UCHRT is a group that offers affordable housing to people who have not been able to find affordable housing.
Dabire says the initiative was a great success.
“Our volunteers are really enthusiastic and it’s been really good for us,” he said.
The team of volunteers has worked for the last five years on a number of different projects.
“I think the most important thing for us is that people are engaged,” Kumar added.
“People come to the community centres and we have to make sure that they have a voice.”
They have to be able, whether they have the time or not, to come in and talk to us and we know that they really like the project and want to participate.
“A community meeting was held at the Brisbane Urban Dialogue to discuss the project.UCHD is committed to bringing the people of Brisbane back to the centre.”
With the project we have been working on, we are actually creating a community here that is a place where the people can come together,” Dabbire said, referring to the local council, the city council and the community groups.”
In the city we have a big gap.
We have people living in the city but we have no place to go and we don’t have any opportunity to get out and go about our lives.
“The Urban Dialogue is a three-day event where Brisbane residents can talk to the city government, the Queensland Government and community groups about their concerns and hopes.
The event was held in March and is open to anyone with a problem.