Profit slips at Wilkinson Eyre

21 moorfields

Architect’s pre-tax profit and turnover both down

The architect behind new towers in the City of London at Moorfields and Bishopsgate saw profits slip a fifth last year.

In the year to March, the firm said pre-tax profit fell 21% to £3.8m on turnover down £200,000 to £20.3m.

But in a note accompanying its latest accounts, the firm said: “Ongoing work on existing projects and success in securing new commissions both in the UK and overseas bode well for the future.”

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