0800 327 7678
[email protected]

66 Leonard Road
South Chingford

33-35 Borwick Avenue


Sylvina Lee, Director & Founder

RGN, Mental Health Lead & Diabetic Specialist

Registered General Nurse with over 30 years of practising experience. 20 of those years were spent in general hospitals across England in a variety of departments. She extended her expertise with community practice nursing, whilst running an Adult Placement Scheme for 15 years for clients with Mental Health disabilities. The last 12 years before launching the home were spent as a Practice Nurse for a local Doctors’ Surgery so she is well experienced in serving the mental health needs of the community.

Clinical skills:  Hospital and Practice Nursing with specialities in Community Mental Health Care, Diabetic Care, Hypertension, Asthma Care, Obesity, Healthy Living and & Weight Loss Programmes, CCF, Sexual Health (non-exhaustive list).

Albert Lee, Director & Co-founder

Property Developer

Mr Albert Lee is a talented master builder who use his creative craftmanship to produce excellent homes for our service user. As one of the directors Mr Lee is actively involved in providing counselling and advice for the continuous running of the homes. Mr Lee also provide innovation and direction for the continuous sustenance and growth of the business.

Additional Team Members

While Sylvina and Esther are heavily involved in the running of all three residences under the S&E Housing set up there is, of course, a genuine need for additional support staff. These include:

  • Practice Manager – concentrating on business administration, ensuring that the whole operation at all three of our properties runs smoothly
  • Team Leader
  • Recovery Workers with Level 2 and Level 3 Diplomas in Health and Social Care
  • Activities Coordinator
  • Health & Well Being Coordinator – Msc Mental Health Psychology

Here at S&E Housing we have created a team who are especially suited to care for anyone who has a history of substance misuse including drugs and alcohol, as well as addictions and addictive behaviour, including gambling, hoarding, and other complex and challenging behaviours.