Car park row delays controversial South Woodford mosque expansion

PUBLISHED: 14:55 27 July 2016 | UPDATED: 14:59 27 July 2016

Dr Mohammed Fahim, South Woodford Mosque in Mulberry Way

Dr Mohammed Fahim, South Woodford Mosque in Mulberry Way


An application for a controversial mosque expansion has been withdrawn from tonight’s meeting by council officers due to a row over the lease of the premises’ car park.

The application was pulled less than 48 hours before the proposed expansion of the South Woodford mosque, in Mulberry Way, was due to go before Redbridge Council’s regulatory committee.

This is “to enable further negotiations to be held”, the Recorder understands.

More to follow.

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