Lime Property Ventures is pleased to announce a new partnership with the University of Bristol to deliver Hathaway House, a new development of 21 student flats in the popular Stokes Croft area.
Lime Property Ventures, is the wholly owned subsidiary of Elim Housing Association, a socially responsible business which provides a range of housing and support services with a view to positively changing people’s lives. Alongside the provision of affordable housing, they also deliver specialist accommodation for homeless adults and young parents, and for the Gypsy and Traveller community.
Victoria Thomas, Lettings Manager at Bristol SU Lettings said:
‘Elim Housing is well known for delivering socially responsible quality homes and we are delighted to be working with them, via Lime Property Ventures, on their first venture into student housing. We always try to offer the best quality housing to our students, at an affordable price and we are confident that this project will do that.’
Rachel Pinchin, Operations Director for Lime Property Ventures, said:
‘We are so pleased to be working alongside SU Lettings to offer Hathaway House for use from September 2016. After an intensive period of reconfiguration, the building has been transformed, and we are thrilled that the development will help meet the need for affordably priced student housing in Bristol.
Hathaway House is also the first development project to be delivered through our subsidiary, Lime Property Ventures, which has been recently established to operate commercially in the property market, and to generate returns that will support the achievement of Elim’s social vision to address housing need.’
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