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News Archive

Elim news archive


Welcome to the Elim News Archive. This page displays all past news articles in chronological order that have appeared on the Elim Housing Association home page. 

You can navigate to older articles by either scrolling down this page or by making use of the archive function on the right hand side. 



Elim news archive — articles for November 2012

Bringing an empty property back into use

November 2012

This three bedroom property in Gloucester, which was empty for more than 10 years has now been refurbished. The works included a complete re-wire, new plumbing, windows, doors and a landscaped garden. Solar panels have been installed to provide hot water.

Following completion of the works, at the end of September 2012, an opening event was held. Colin Organ, the Cabinet Member for Housing, Health and Leisure, attended the open event and said he is delighted the property has been brought back into use to provide a home for a family in need.

“We are pleased to be working with Elim Housing once again on the delivery of new homes, and refurbishment of existing homes to support the Council’s housing plans and priorities.”

The property is now let providing good quality family accommodation, including lounge, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and three bedrooms.




Read Bringing an empty property back into use…

Resident satisfaction survey results

November 2012

We now have the results of the satisfaction survey we carried out recently and it shows that overall satisfaction is increasing with a current satisfaction rate of 80%. Our target is to increase this to 88% by 2017.

The report also shows how satisfied residents are about particular services or issues and you can find a summary of the results on our Newsletters and publications page.

We are using these results to create an action plan which sets out what we need to do to improve engagement with customers and improve any services which are not as good as they should be.




Read Resident satisfaction survey results…

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