Despite the pandemic, CField completed its Smithfield Yard development of apartments and commercial premises in north London in July. It is also transforming the grade II-listed Bodmin jail, in Cornwall, into a luxury hotel, which it expects to open in February next year. Founded in 2011 by Barry Crowley, 66, and his son, Patrick, 38, it works on development projects in sectors including leisure, commercial, pharmaceutical and residential. With offices in London and Cork, sales reached £77.5m last year.
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