Revenue hikes up 20%
Profit at the firm in charge of the £27m revamp of Alexandra Palace in north London (pictured) went up more than 10%, according to its latest accounts filed at Companies House.
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios saw its pre-tax profit in the year to March 2016 rise 11% to £3.5m on revenue up a fifth to £17.2m.
The bulk of its revenue comes from the UK with Europe, the Middle East and Asia accounting for just £770,000 of turnover.
The number of staff at the business at went up to 161 from 127 which sent its wage bill up by more than £1m to £5.3m.
The firm is a partnership made up of 24 members with the pay of the highest-paid member, who is not named, staying the same at just under £145,000.