London Gypsy and Traveller Forum

Do you want to influence policies in London affecting Gypsies and Travellers in London? You can take part in the London Gypsy and Traveller Forum – an open meeting held in City Hall four times a year

Latest meeting: October 2nd 2018

At the meeting on 2nd October there was discussion and debate about the London Plan and how inequality and discrimination affect mental health. There were also questions addressed to the Deputy Mayor for Housing.

“There was a great turnout and and really powerful community voices,” said Ilinca Diaconescu, LGT’s Policy Officer. “Thanks to everyone who came, and we hope to see you again at the next one.”

About the forum

The London Gypsy and Traveller Forum is an open meeting of community activists, support organisations, professionals and elected representatives held every quarter at London City Hall.  The main aim of the forum is to influence the Mayor of London’s strategies and London Plan so that politicians and policy makers recognise the needs of the community and develop inclusive policies. There is an open invitation for all to take part. Meeting dates can be found in our news and events section, and more information is available from Below are some minutes from past meetings, presentations about Gypsy and Traveller issues made to meetings, and key documents put together through the forum. And don’t forget to sign up for the Forum’s mailing list.

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