Published by The London Free Press on July 25th, 2022
London’s newest affordable housing project, intended to support urban Indigenous mothers, sailed through the first stage of political approval Monday night.
A four-story, 42-unit apartment building is proposed for an east London property that used to be home to a Catholic elementary school. Construction should start as early as October at 18 Elm St., politicians heard during a planning committee meeting.
“We’re extremely excited to be advancing such important work,” Connor said. “Bringing safe, affordable housing to any community is hard work . . . Miigwetch, or thank you, for the passion and professionalism.”