Stalled property market drags down growth of top 50 firms
Macfarlanes, LG and Dickinson Dees have all announced their results for the last financial year, with figures showing the firms were hit by the slowdown in real estate work. Macfarlanes this week (24 June) reported that, while turnover jumped by 4.5% to a new high of £110m, its profits remained almost static, falling slightly from average profits per equity partner (PEP) of £1.125m last year to £1.1m.
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