Solid year at property management firm
Bell Ingram has reported a £200,000 rise in turnover to £6 million.
The property and land management company said pre-tax profits in the 12 months to January 2011 rose by 11 per cent to £700,000.
The private client management and utilities land agency division were both highlighted as strong performers while the architecture arm has turned around a "post credit crunch slump" without making redundancies.
Graham Lumby, managing director of the Perth company, said: "We have not been afraid to break away from the traditional image of how
land and property managers operate and have never been afraid to
explore and to move into new sectors.
"This has allowed us to maintain profitability over very challenging times and I believe that with creative thinking there are still many opportunities for us to improve and expand what we do."
The company employs 120 staff across 11 UK offices.