I am delighted to announce the acquisition of two properties in Leeds, surpassing CoEJ's current investment portfolio to over £1 million, advancing our path to self-sustainability. Our strategic joint investment with the Essex, Leeds, and Milton Keynes Jamaats on the first property also sets the stage for further successful collaborations. Together, we anticipate a future filled with growth, opportunity, and transformative change, Insha'Allah.
Mohammed Ali Muraj
CoEJ Honorary Treasurer

Joint Investment Venture : Property Purchase in Leeds

In a significant move towards fostering community growth and collaboration, the Council of European Jamaats (CoEJ), in partnership with the Jamaats of Leeds, Essex, and Milton Keynes, has jointly purchased a property at 7 Acacia Terrace, Seacroft, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS14 6ZQ. This strategic investment aims to support and finance the objectives of the involved charities, marking a new era of cooperation and shared vision.


A Unified Vision

Rasool Bhamani, President of KSIMC of Leeds, expressed his excitement about the venture:

“As President of KSIMC of Leeds, I am delighted to announce the joint purchase of a property in collaboration with CoEJ Essex and Milton Keynes Jaamats. This strategic investment aims to support and finance the objectives of our respective charities. Inshallah, this marks the beginning of many more such fruitful collaborations. Together, we can achieve great things for our communities.”

This collaborative effort highlights the strength of unity among the Jamaats and their commitment to achieving common goals. The property at 7 Acacia Terrace will serve as a vital asset in supporting various charitable initiatives, enhancing the impact of each participating Jamaat.

Location

Located in Seacroft, Leeds, the newly acquired property (property on the right) is strategically positioned to benefit the local community and beyond. Additionally, CoEJ has secured a property at 9 Acacia Terrace, Seacroft, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS14 6ZQ (property on the left).

On behalf of Milton Keynes jamaat, I am delighted to announce the completion and acquisition of the property in Leeds under a joint venture with CoEJ, Leeds jamaat and Essex Jamaat. It is indeed an exciting beginning to a fruitful future inshaallah
Naushad Dhanji
Milton Keynes President
Essex Jamaat is delighted to announce purchase of a property in Leeds in collaboration with Council of European Jamaats, Milton Keynes and Leeds Jamaats. This is InshaAllah the first investment of many with the purpose of making our Jamaat self sustainable in future.
Sajjad Manji
Essex President
Investing in real estate to build a portfolio is more than just acquiring properties; it's about building a strong financial foundation for the future. By diversifying our Jammat investments in real estate, we can create a resilient portfolio that can weather economic fluctuations and provide long-term wealth. Thinking big in a joint venture with Jamaats
Salim Rehmatullaj
CoEJ President

Key Figures Involved

  • Salim Rehmatullah: CoEJ President
  • Mohammed Ali Muraj: CoEJ Honorary Treasurer
  • Rasool Bhamani: Leeds President
  • Sajjad Manji: Essex President
  • Naushad Dhanji: Milton Keynes President
  • Naime Vally: CoEJ Assistant Treasurer
  • Fayyaz Haji: Essex
  • Rashid Bhamani: Leeds
  • Mohammed Suhel Chagani: Milton Keynes
  • Suhail Ratansi: Essex
  • Asgher Sultan: Milton Keynes 

Their leadership and vision have been instrumental in bringing this project to fruition.

The joint purchase of the property at 7 Acacia Terrace by CoEJ and the Jamaats of Leeds, Essex, and Milton Keynes marks a significant milestone in community development and collaboration. As these organizations continue to work together, they pave the way for future initiatives that will benefit their members and the broader community