West firm owed £2.5m
Last month Plymouth’s URBN Construction went bust owing 182 creditors a total of £2.5 million. William Telford of Plymouth Live reported: “URBN Construction left just £44,400 in assets, but was faced with claims totalling more than £2.5m for money owed. Even the taxman, HM Revenue and Customs, will not receive the full £345,687 it is due, despite being a preferential creditor. And 20 former employees are unlikely to see any of the £65,262 that is owed to them.”
Ian Carrotte of ICSM said that around 2,000 building firms had collapsed since 2019 and the start of the Covid-19 crisis.
Plymouth Live said creditors included Burrington Estates (New Homes) Ltd, owed £51,462, while MEP Systems Ltd, based in Estover, Plymouth, was owed £159,523, Plymouth’s YGS Landscapes Ltd is £37,669 out of pocket, Westcountry Fabrication Ltd were taken for £87,333.Others included Exeter’s System Six Kitchens are owed £119,338, Pavilion Construction Ltd, in Newton Abbot, lost £93,179, builders merchants RGB Holdings Ltd, were hit with a £59.135 loss, and Ashburton’s Devon Tarmasters (SW) Ltd was owed £33,943.
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