Bevan Brittan sees revenues dip 9% while PEP rises to £303,000
Bevan Brittan has seen its revenue for the last financial year drop by 9% to just over £34m.The Bristol firm has posted revenues of £34.3m compared with £37.7m in 2009-10, with the firm attributing the drop in fee income to public spending cuts and the generally poor economic conditions.
Bevan Brittan has seen its revenue for the last financial year drop by 9% to just over £34m.
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