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Date : May 22, 2020

Housing Regulator letter

This is a letter received from the Housing Regulator, click here to read the letter.  Please let us know if you would like to discuss any of the contents further.

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Date : May 05, 2020

Fraud and Financial Crime update

The Fraud and Financial crime pages on the West Yorkshire Police site have had an overhaul and contain some really good messages for you to share amongst your families and friends. Fraud, unlike some other crimes is one that the more you know about it the less likely you are of being a victim. Fraud […]

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Date : February 27, 2020

Resident Engagement

Do you have an appetite to make a difference?

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Date : February 19, 2020

New Queenshill Development

Leeds Jewish Housing Association is delighted to announce that they have received planning permission to build 85 new properties on Queenshill Avenue, Leeds 17.

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Date : December 17, 2019

Anna Myers celebrates 100th birthday

On Tuesday 17th December 2019 we held a birthday party to celebrate Anna Myers centennial birthday.

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Date : April 30, 2019

Raising money for multiple charities

The charities chosen by the committee were St. George’s Crypt, who received £150 as well as St. Gemma’s Hospice who received £300.

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Date : November 01, 2018

Birthday Celebrations: Tenant Day

Over 300 people joined together to help Leeds Jewish Housing Association celebrate their 65th Birthday earlier this week. Working in conjunction with their tenants, LJHA arranged a tenant fayre with stalls, activities, entertainment and of course food, for all to enjoy.

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Date : October 05, 2018

Tenant Day 2018

During October LJHA will turn 65 years old! As a result, we will be hosting a party and you are invited.

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Date : September 04, 2018

22nd North Leeds cubs brighten up LJHA sites

In July this year, Boys from the 22nd North Leeds cubs spent a meeting building beautiful hanging baskets for a local sheltered housing scheme run by Leeds Jewish Housing association, in a bid to brighten up the area and give something back to the community.

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Date : June 01, 2018

High Moor Close will not be put up for sale

Following a Board meeting on Monday 14th May the Board of LJHA have confirmed that High Moor Close will not be put up for sale. For a number of reasons, the Board have now agreed to instead undertake a phased refurbishment programme over four years.

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Gardening Tender
November 23, 2020

LJHA have written to all residents, inviting them for suggestions on potential... more

Tenant Survey
July 29, 2020

The first phase of the Tenant Satisfaction Survey has been completed and we are awaiting the... more

Leeds Jewish Housing Association invite prospective residents to apply
June 26, 2020

There are a limited number of vacancies for older people to become Leeds Jewish Housing Association... more