Plumbing contractor owes 1.7m

Published:  10 December, 2010

CARNFORTH: Failed plumbing and heating contractor Phil Rogerson left 1.7m owed to unsecured creditors. The debts include 965 000 to trade creditors, Travis Perkins and Wolseley UK. Employees were owed 281 667 in notice payments and redundancy pay.

The company went into administration in August after it failed to get paid by a building contractor. Phil Rogerson, who started the company in 1993, decided it could not continue trading and appointed insolvency practitioners from accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young as administrators.

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