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In September 2014, Mark McLintock joined as a Director. He comes to us from Ernst & Young, where he worked on several large public and civic sector transformation projects. As well as great experience in business case development, financial modelling and procurement advisory pieces, he has a successful track record in working with local communities to design better ways of using assets and delivering services.
He is a voluntary Board Member of Ore Valley Housing Association and is Chairman of Cardenden Heat and Power (CHAP) a £35m district heating project in Fife.
Mark lives in Aberdour with his wife and two daughters. He plays middling tennis, and very poor guitar.