Luminus Group Limited is a housing association in the East of England, registered with the Regulator of Social Housing and under the Companies Act 2006, limited by guarantee and not having a share capital.
- Luminus Group’s principal core businesses are:
- Luminus Group Limited
- Luminus Homes Limited
- The Ferry Project
- Hope Social Enterprises Limited
- Luminus Finance Limited
- Luminus Developments Limited
Our registered office is 80 Cheapside, London, EC2V 6EE.
Luminus Group has wide powers that include the ability to construct, improve, convert or purchase suitable dwellings, to manage dwellings or hostels, provide amenities and services, build houses for sale or lease under shared ownership agreements and undertake works of repair and maintenance.
Luminus Homes Ltd is a Registered Society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, and is registered with the Financial Conduct Authority.
The Ferry Project is a charity registered with the Charity Commission, which provides hostel and move-on accommodation and associated services for homeless people in Fenland. Luminus Developments is a private limited company developing new homes primarily for the benefit of Luminus Homes. Hope Social Enterprises provides cleaning, gardening and recycling services to Luminus homes.
Luminus Group Limited and Luminus Homes Limited are Registered Providers, registered with and regulated by the Regulator of Social Housing.
Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking
Luminus makes an effective contribution to improve the health, safety and well-being of communities and to meet the needs of vulnerable and socially excluded people. It is committed to ensuring that slavery or human trafficking does not place in the business, or within supply chains. Luminus requires its new suppliers to declare that they have no involvement with slavery or human trafficking. This has been added to already rigorous checks of new businesses. Luminus’ recruitment processes are transparent and reviewed regularly. Candidates are communicated with directly to discuss job opportunities, and to confirm details of any offer made. Robust procedures are in place for the vetting of new employees, to ensure that identities are confirmed, and that the employee is paid directly via an appropriate, personal bank account. To ensure a high level of understanding on the risks of slavery and human trafficking, relevant staff members have been provided with training.