BEEVER AND STRUTHERS has been appointed by Glasgow Housing Association to run an audit of its business strategy.
The firm will undertake a validation exercise, looking at the association’s projections of its business plan.
The housing association is landlord to 45,000 properties.
David Hunter, partner in the not-for-profit division of Beever and Struthers, said: “We specialise in business plan validations and business plans and believe that GHA will benefit from the experience of the Beever and Struthers’ not-for-profit team.”
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