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Rolfe Judd sees leap in profits

Rolfe Judd Architects has seen its before-tax profits jump by nearly 50 per cent in 2006.

The practice, which specialises in planning as well as architecture, recorded a before-tax profit of £1.6 million in 2006, compared to £895,618 in 2005.

The Oval-based firm is listed at number 38 in this year's AJ100 list and has enjoyed a bumper year with a host of work in its native south London.

Most notable is its 43-storey Wellesley Square project in Croydon (pictured), which is yet to win planning, and its proposed Eileen House in Elephant and Castle, which comprises two towers with a total of 329 residential units.

Rolfe Judd has also secured planning recently for its redevelopment of the De Beers headquarters on Holborn Viaduct, which will provide 20,000m2 of office space.

At the time of writing Rolfe Judd was unavailable for comment.

by Richard Vaughan

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