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...While Hamiltons sees a slump in its figures

Hamiltons Architects has seen a slump of more than £150,000 in its before-tax profits (BTP) between 2005 and 2006.

The London-based practice recorded a BTP of £959,921 in 2005 compared to £802,228 in 2006.

According to the firm, the slight drop is due to a greater distribution within the practice, with staff receiving higher pay packets.

But Hamiltons' turnover jumped from £10.2 million to £11.1 million in the same period and highlights the firm's healthy position within the industry - the practice has become a regular fixture in the top 40 of the AJ100 list.

Hamiltons has also announced a host of significant contract wins, including its plans to transform London's first womens' refuge into a new residential development, and a new mixed-use scheme in Islington.

by Richard Vaughan

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