Paul Smith, Elim CEO, has offered his insight in two new blogs, covering community-led housing and the value of housing academics to the sector.Read More
Elim has a vision to meet housing need and deliver homes that change people’s lives. As a smaller housing association, offering a fairly wide range of services, we work towards the achievement of this vision every day through the provision of homes and services for individuals and families from a vast range of backgrounds and life experiences. Among the different customer groups we work with, the homes and services we provide for the Gypsy and Traveller communities clearly demonstrate the life changing impact of a good quality, affordable home.Read More
We are proud to present to you Elim’s ‘Women in Social Housing’ virtual discussion, a conversation between 11 of Elim’s remarkable women employees and Board Members. We brought these women together to reflect on their own experiences of working in social housing and the opportunities available in the sector, and the open and frank conversation was a joy to be part of.Read More
The Elim Housing Group comprises Elim Housing Association (EHA) with social housing aims, and Lime Property Ventures (LPV), a commercial subsidiary which was established in early 2016.
Elim Housing Association was established in 1963. The association is a charitable registered social landlord (RSL) registered with the Financial Conduct Authority under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965 (No. 16402R) and is also registered with the Homes and Communities Agency under the Housing Associations Act 1985 (No. LH0977).
The Group currently owns and manages around 800 homes in England and Wales. The portfolio is mainly comprised of general needs homes, supported housing units, and Gypsy and Traveller Pitches, but also includes flats and houses both rented and sold to homeowners. Our commercial subsidiary, Lime Property Ventures also provides 22 rooms for student accommodation.
Our main focus for new development is in the four key local authorities of Bristol, North Somerset, Gloucester and South Gloucestershire.