Manchester-based auditors Beever & Struthers have increased their presence in the social housing sector after being appointed for three years by Leeds-based housing association Connect Housing.
Connect Housing is a not-for-profit housing association with more than 3,000 homes across West Yorkshire. It also manages student housing and a wide range of support and regeneration services across Leeds, Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield.
David Hunter, partner in the not-for-profit division of Beever & Struthers, said: "Connect Housing provides a valuable service to some of the most disadvantaged people in society and we're delighted to add them to our growing portfolio of clients. We're confident that our mutual experience will benefit both parties in what we hope will be a long lasting working relationship."