DM Hall LLP has reported a rise in both profits and turnover for the year ended December 2017. The chartered surveying specialist said the results pave the way for “significant growth” after investing in IT, premises and graduate surveyor talent.
Turnover rose from £14.72 million to £15.23 million, while profit before members’ remuneration and profit share was up from £2.46 million to £2.52 million.
Managing partner Eric Curran said, “In 2017 we saw significant investment in the future: in our IT capability, a series of office re-locations to modernised premises and, as ever, the recruitment of new, young graduate surveyor talent to our ranks.
“We are witnessing also satisfactory and highly encouraging returns from our investment in non-core activities including property searches.”