By David Parsley2022-06-30T07:50:00
Inland Homes has posted a rise in revenue for the six months to the end of March, but losses increase on the same period last year.
While revenue came in at £80.5m from £78m, half-year losses increased to £8.2m, from £5.8m 12 months earlier.
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