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P&K Roofing put in administration

P&K Roofing has been placed into administration.

The firm, owned by Pat Murphy, went into administration last Friday following the collapse of its biggest customer, Rok Group.

Rok was responsible for up to 80 per cent of the company’s turnover and had been due to pay P&K Roofing £100,000 on the day it went into administration.

P&K Roofing had been working on a number of projects, including the building of 40 new affordable flats as part of the £4 million Westpoint scheme in Spa Road, Bolton.

The firm was also working to build seven three-bed homes in a £912,000 contract at the former Red Lane United Reformed Church in Newby Road, Breightmet.

The move will lead to 25 jobs being lost.

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