The Charlotte Antonia Sulivan Property Trust (charity number 255175) owns the permanent endowment of the charity: the Mission Hall,16 Parsons Green and 6 Parsons Green (the freehold of Ensor House and the Sulivan Hall). The Charlotte Antonia Sulivan Charity (charity number: 1158311 and company number 09182690) is the sole trustee of the Charlotte Antonia Sulivan Property Trust. By a linking directive issued by the Charity Commission on 8th October 2016 the Charlotte Antonia Sulivan Charity files a single consolidated report and accounts for both charities.
The Charlotte Antonia Sulivan Property Trust was created by a scheme issued by the Charity Commission on 15th September 2015 which merged the Charlotte Antonia Sulivan for Mission Hall Charity (charity number 255176), the Charlotte Antonia Sulivan for the Mission Hall (charity number 255176-1) and the Sulivan Ray of Hope Hall (charity number 255175). The scheme appointed the Charlotte Antonia Sulivan Charity as the sole trustee of the Charlotte Antonia Sulivan Property Trust. The object of both charities is:
"to further the religious and other charitable purposes of the Church of England in the ecclesiastical parish of St Dionis, Parsons Green and Fulham, for the benefit of the public"
The Charlotte Antonia Sulivan Charity is a company limited by guarantee registered on 20th August 2014. it has three Directors all based in the local area of Parsons Green.
The registered address of the charity, to which all formal correspondence should be sent, is:
18A Parsons Green
The charity's annual report to the charity commission can be found here and to Companies House here
Charity Number 1158311 Company Number 09182690
Registered Address 18A Parsons Green, London SW6 4UH