Board of Management

MHA has a Board which allows a maximum of 15 members. The Board has two sub-committees to which it delegates responsibilities for Audit and Risk, and Staffing. The Board meets a minimum of 8 times per year, the Audit and Risk Committee meets a minimum of 4 times a year and the Staffing sub-committee meets a minimum of two times a year.

Of the current Board, 3 members are tenants, one further member is a local resident, whilst one is employed locally. The Board therefore has a very good insight into what is happening in the local area and what the feeling is across the wider customer base in terms of service delivery.

 

The Board of Management is responsible for:

  • Providing effective leadership, control and direction
  • Exercising good governance across all of our activities
  • Ensuring we achieve our aims and objectives
  • Ensuring that we comply with all legislative and regulatory requirements

To help the Board oversee Muirhouse Housing Association and ensure we meet all our legal and statutory requirements, we also have an External Auditor and an Internal Auditor appointed.
Currently RSM are our External Auditor and BDO are our Internal Auditor.

Iain Strachan

Vice Chair

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Steven Prevost

Board Member, Chair of Audit and Risk Committee

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Helen Amour

Board Member, Chair of Staffing Subcommitee

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Roy Douglas

Board Member, Chair of Muirhouse Homes Board

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Karen Allum

Board Member

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Tam Diamond

Board Member

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Willie Grieve

Board Member

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Ann Mcdonald

Board Member

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Julie Smith

Board Member

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Martin Thoronka

Board Member

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Pascale Adriaens

Board Member

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Eric Hollanders

Board Member

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