York M&E specialist set for administration

A York-based mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) contractor has filed a notice of intent to appoint administrators.

JDL Electrical, Plumbing and Heating Ltd stopped trading on 12 March, when its directors announced they intended to formally place the company into administration.

The statement said: “Unfortunately, it is with great sadness that JDL Electrical, Plumbing and Heating Ltd ceased trading on [12 March].

“We will be unable to complete any outstanding works and would recommend that you seek an alternative contractor to complete these works.

“We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience caused and thank you for your support over the years.”

RSM UK has been appointed as provisional liquidator, according to Creditsafe.

JDL reported net liabilities of £77,000 in its latest set of unaudited accounts, covering the financial year ending September 2022. Company directors chose not to publish its most recent profit and loss account.

The 17-year-old firm offered electrical design and installation services for commercial projects alongside people, according to its LinkedIn page.

One of its ongoing projects was the £20m refurbishment of the University of York’s Ron Cooke Hub with Morgan Sindall’s fit-out arm Overbury.

It also offered energy-saving installations, including solar photovoltaic panels, air source heat pumps and electric-vehicle charge points.

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