On page 12, under 8.3.3, it states that
To date the Joint Administrators have been paid the sum of £150,000 which equates to an average hourly rate of £61.98.
However the total incurred time costs to 3 September are £675,756. So to that point, PandA have received 22% of their costs.
Club employees have been paid 100% of their May salaries, 50% of June's salaries and 24% of July's salaries. The total payment (inc PAYE/NIC) is listed as £623,296. I have estimated that the average full monthly wagebill is approx £360,000, therefore over the 6 month period of the administration, club employees have been paid 29% of their total salary. This is slightly more in percentage terms than PandA have paid themselves.
Football agency fees totalling £18,500 have been paid, presumably to Hart.
PandA have not been siphoning off all the income generated by the club, in the period under administration, to pay their own costs first. I'd imagine the purchaser of the club has to come to an agreement with PandA to settle on their outstanding fees.