London Jewish Forum - Housing Issues in London

Housing Issues in London

The London Jewish Forum has been working with City Hall and the London Development Authority in City Hall to ensure future housing provision for London’s strictly orthodox community. Mayor Boris Johnson publicly recognised the work London Jewish Forum in trying to resolve "the increasing desperate housing situation for the Charedi community in London".

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