- Property management services group HML Holdings saw a an improvement across all its divisions in the six months to the end of September.

Revenues were 25% higher at £6.2m and operating profits before interest, amortisation and share based payment charges rose by 60% to £551,000.

Chief executive Robert Plumb said: "We are delighted to report significant improvement in both our revenues and earnings as a result of the successful implementation of our organic and acquisitive growth strategy.

"Improvements in the rate of new management instructions are contributing to organic growth in our existing businesses while we are utilising our existing infrastructure to improve earnings and operating margins through the acquisition of businesses such as Scotts."

At 8:01am: [LON:HMLH] share price was 0p at 16p

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