Purpose of worship
Importance of worship
Purpose of a Mosque
Importance of a Mosque
The 1st Mosque
Daily Prayers
Friday Prayers
London Mosque
Spiritual Head
In the press
Press Releases


Site Particulars
Total Site Area5.2 Acres

Dome Particulars

Size & Height of Dome16m Diameter
23m Above Ground Level
8m Above Roof
377m2 of Stainless Steel Surface Area
11km of Timber Batten support Frame
9m of ply sheeting

Minaret Particulars

Minaret 135m High
Minaret 225.5m High

Just a few of the materials it has taken to build the Mosque

Earth removal7,246 cubic metres
Concrete5,647 tonne
Reinforcement190.80 tonne
Concrete piles4.71 kilometers
Steelwork519 tonne
Dome Timber11.20 Kilometers
Blockwork1,136 tonne
Block Ties9,622
Mortar194,40 tonne
Drainage1.33 kilometers
Altair Cladding2,000 m2
Aluminium Support Rails5.64 kilometers
Carpet38,700 sq. ft.

NOTE: This table only shows those areas where people can pray and not necessarily the total floor areas. For example, it does not include the washrooms on the Ground and First Floors.

Ladies Washroom Facilities
25 WC's
18 Wash Basins
2 Foot Baths
2 Drinking Fountain
2 Showers
Baby Changing Units
1 Disabled Toilet
Mens Washroom Facilities
30 WC's
29 Wash Basins
3 Foot Baths
2 Showers
2 Drinking Fountain
Baby Changing Units
1 Disabled Toilet
2 WC's & Wash Basin for Crèche

Site Particulars Prayer Capacities

  • Total Area of Mosque 4000
  • Ancillary Areas in Mosque 2000
  • Remainder of other Areas 4500

Other Facts

  1. The appeal for the collection of funds for the building of the Baitul Futuh Mosque was launched on the 24 February 1995 by Hazrat Khalifa-tul-Masih IV.
  2. The 5.2-acre site for the Baitul Futuh Mosque was purchased by the UK Jamaat on Friday 29 March 1996.
  3. The foundation stone for the Baitul Futuh Mosque was laid on the 19 October 1999 by Hazrat Khalifa-tul-Masih IV in a ceremony attended by 2,000 guests.

Baitul Futuh,
181 London Road
Morden, Surrey SM4 5PT,
United Kingdom
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