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Profits Rise At Group That Runs Dublin's Lillie's Bordello

By Dave Simpson

Noyfield Ltd, the company that operates Lillie's Bordello and the Porterhouse Central Bar in Dublin, has recorded profits of €2.8 million for the 12 months ending on February 28, 2017, with accumulated profits rising to €4.43 million from €1.63 million a year earlier.

As reported by The Irish Times, newly filed accounts for the company reveal that its cash pile more than doubled during the period from €2.4 million to €5.1 million, while staff costs for the 48 people employed by Noyfield in the twelve months came to €1.69 million.

Meanwhile, Noyfield sister firm, Iskanic Limited, which runs the Porterhouse on Dublin's Parliament Street, recorded €2.66 million in profits last year, with accumulated profits coming to €4 million.

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Noyfield and Iskanic Limited are subsidiaries of A Pint of Plain Ltd, which recorded an increase in accumulated profits to €3.27 million from €2.4 million a year earlier.

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