Bangla Housing Association, working in partnership with Spitalfields Housing Association and supported by the BME London Landlords group, secured a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund, supported by the Government for the Covid19 advice project for the Bangladeshi Communities in Hackney and Tower Hamlets. Please click BCAP link if you want to read more information about the project.
BCAP Bangla Posters and leaflet on COVID 19 advice and supporting information for Bangladeshi Community.
We want to ensure any impact the COVID-19 has on our tenants; staff and our contractors is minimal, and their safety and the wider community is our number one priority. For this reason, we are following the Government and the Public Health England’s advice on how to stay safe and prevent the spread of coronavirus. For the latest information on what you should do to protect yourselves and others please log on to the Public Health England Websites:
For latest on coronavirus from your local council
please log on the following council websites.
Please click the link to watch Bangla COVID 19 Safety Advice Video
Click on below link to watch NHS Hand, Face Space information video.
Click on below link to watch NHS Hand, Face Space information video in Bengali.
Keeping in touch during lockdown
Due to Covid-19, our staff are currently working from home. During normal office hours, you can contact us on any of the two following mobile numbers.
07983 467 036 or 07519 715 039
You may also text us or send WhatsApp messages on these numbers and we will ring you back as soon as possible and let you know how we are dealing with your query.
You may also email us:
Shah Uddin, email: (for repairs)
Fatima Begum, email: (for rent)
Leena Khan, email: (for any other tenancy matters)
During out of office hours,
For emergency repairs only please ring or text Darv Ltd on
07516 976 995 or 07388 016 706
When reporting please say you are a Bangla Housing tenant then say your address.
NHS Hands Face Space Bangla Version Video.
To get the full Leaflet click here-
Bangla COVID 19 Safety Advice for the community
Click Gallery to get More Photos and Interviews for BCAP :-
BCAP in the Bengali news media
(বাংলা সংবাদ পত্রে বিকাপের খবর)
November 10th, 2020
Please click on the below links to read the news about the launch of our project.
আমাদের প্রকল্পের প্রবর্তন সম্পর্কিত সংবাদ পড়তে দয়া করে নীচের লিঙ্কগুলিতে ক্লিক করুন।
November 28th 2020
Please click on the below links to read the news about the BCAP.
আমাদের বিকাপ প্রকল্পের সংবাদ পড়তে দয়া করে নীচের লিঙ্কগুলিতে ক্লিক করুন।
November 30th 2020
Video Message From Tower Hamlets Mayor:-
December 3rd 2020
BCAP Meeting with Mayor of Hackney
Bangla Housing Association organized meeting with Mayor of Hackney to discuss on BCAP project.
Please click the link below to watch full Video:-
December 14th 2020
Letter From Mayor of Hackney
Mayor of Hackney writes Bashir Uddin saying he is privileged to be part of Bangla COVID 19 Advice, acknowledges BME HA's crucial role in place shaping and connects Bashir to Head of Policy and Strategic Delivery and Senior Executive for Housing to see how Hackney can work more closely with Bangla HA. More information please click the link below:-
December 27th 2020
BCAP's meeting with Greater Sylhet Council (GSC)
More information please click here:-
January 2nd 2021
BCAP message from islamic scholar and Imam of Essex Jamme Masjid Maulana Dr. Sheikh Mahmudul Hasan :-
January 3rd 2021
Bangla Housing Association CEO Bashir Uddin representing BACP and providing important message on Bangla COVID 19 organized by Greater Sylhet Council (GSC). please click the link below to see the full seminar:-
January 4th 2021
please click the Bangla newspaper link below to read BCAP news.
14th January 2021
BCAP COVID 19 Outbreak and Control session:-
Thank you Dr Zafor Sadeque to be a part of Bangla COVID 19 Advice Project(BCAP) and delivered most important Bangla COVID 19 outbreak and control Session for Community Champions in UK.
This partnership project is led by Bangla Housing Association, supported by Spitalfields Housing Association and the BME London Landlords. This important and lifesaving project is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. We are grateful to the government and the National Lottery Community Fund of this.