The latest accounts have been posted for the high-profile architects behind Nottingham Forest's City Ground redevelopment project.
For the year ending in December 2019, the Benoy group recorded a turnover of £53.6m - up from £52.4m in 2018 - and made a profit, before tax, of £5.4m.
A statement in the accounts report, published on the Companies House website, read: "Growth in revenues of two percent allowed us to continue to invest in our IT infrastructure, our geographic footprint and new skills and capabilities as we see an ever accelerating change in the expectations of clients and markets."
A planning application was submitted last year to Rushcliffe Borough Council after the Reds announced their desire
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