The organisation, which employs 30 people out of its office in Bristol, has a
total of 90 shared bed spaces and 40 self contained flats.
It also support homeless young people in bed and breakfast establishments and
provides floating support to enable young people to sustain their tenancies with
the Local Authority.
Nick Buxton, assurance and advisory partner at PKF, said: ‘We are delighted
to have been appointed to such an highly regarded organisation.
‘With increasing demands to demonstrate high standards of governance,
accountability and transparency the need for pro-active professional guidance is
becoming more important,’ he added.
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