Profit boost for Christie’s

Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Surveyors, valuers and agents Christie & Co increased pre-tax profits by 34% to £2.13 million in the last nine months of last year. The company’s turnover during the period was £24.5 million. Managing director David Rugg said Christie & Co’s healthcare division had benefited from the continuing expansion of corporate operators, driving forward the top end of the market. Mr Rugg said his company had also benefited from a spate of privatisations of local authority care establishments.

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