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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Billington Holdings Plc LSE:BILN London Ordinary Share GB0000332667 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -0.71% 280.00 270.00 290.00 282.00 280.00 282.00 2,173 08:28:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 108.4 5.9 39.8 7.0 358

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/10/2020
08:54
Helps keep the riffraff away.
johnveals
26/10/2020
09:10
shame the spread is so ridiculous on this share
dvb99
22/9/2020
21:14
I think looking past this year's numbers makes some sense in terms of seeking a valuation. If we are to evaluate the business on future earnings it remains as attractive as it ever was. The cash position is similar to last year. The enterprise value is very significantly lower than the market cap and notwithstanding the mention of cap-ex for improved facilites being upcoming, AND of course the principle that saving from no dividend payouts have helped; this is nevertheless a very encouraging situation in the period up to the end of June. In terms of future prospects and the wider narrative, I do believe BILN's business is robust. I don't see how its market place is specifically exposed to COVID related negatives. Therefore I am focused on the quality of the business and a conclusion that a return to a more normal pattern of trading seems the most probable base case.
thorpematt
22/9/2020
06:37
All the numbers are positive albeit much reduced from last year. Long term prospects remain very good.
this_is_me
21/9/2020
08:05
Yes those orders represent over 25% of estimated revenues. I can't help but feel that the present price level is somewhat of a long term investment opportunity.
thorpematt
21/9/2020
07:28
Encouraging boost to the orderbook.
this_is_me
16/8/2020
19:22
Big thanks Rhomboid, just checked the thread and seen your full notes. Much appreciated. I like the way they are tackling the headwinds, esp the last point you noted. I was unsure how Europe would pan out but it seems they are on a good supply chain for large data centres. Looks like they will be able to keep ploughing on into 2021. Great news Thanks again.
steelwatch100
27/7/2020
07:43
It was on Zoom so multiple screens ..4 of us shareholders, Mark Smith & Trevor Taylor..socially distant across the boardroom table..all other directors dialing in from home...format worked well enough..I’d say they were relaxed...frustrated that CV had overshadowed the excellent results & slowed down the rapid progress they’ve made in recent years..but quietly confident...more bullish as they got into the details imho Q’s were pre submitted to ensure that we weren’t talking over each other Worked well overall
rhomboid
27/7/2020
07:31
Thanks rhomboid, was the use of video as good in terms of being able to judge how relaxed and confident, or otherwise, the board were? Thinking about it, that's perhaps a daft question as they might have been nervous about the video link system rather than the information they were providing, but interested in your opinion anyway.
muckshifter
27/7/2020
06:52
Morning Shanklin It’s perfectly normal for shareholders to be able to ask Q’s after the formal business of the AGM ...the only difference was this time it was a virtual AGM ..nothing they revealed was market sensitive or couldn’t have been inferred by a close observer of the business/sector As an owner of the business I want to know as much as possible about the detail of its operations...the AGM is the only formal occasion for that Anyway..it was a while ago now so things may well have moved on somewhat..
rhomboid
27/7/2020
06:24
Many thanks rhomboid. Bizarre they don't put this information in an RNS.
shanklin
26/7/2020
21:35
rhomboid, Many thanks for typing this up and sharing it. SOme interesting key points there.
thorpematt
26/7/2020
16:17
Following on from the results presentation; HTTPS://billington-holdings.plc.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Billington-Holdings-Plc-April-2020-Final-Results.pdf Virtual AGM Points in no particular order CV impacts most likely in commercial office ..especially speculative build but a strengthening in other areas notably Data Centres & online retail fulfilment sheds...both areas where BILN are integrated into the supply chain V Active tender pipeline but they’re v conscious of not chasing phantom business opportunities where the project won’t complete due to starting pre CV & not being relevant post CV Enquiry’s strengthened from April onwards..especially infrastructure & Europe..much of it for commencement in 2021, public sector also beginning to accelerate, Northern Powerhouse projects not yet kicked in All sites stayed open , did furlough some staff as site activity reduced in lockdown..projects all delayed not cancelled, not expecting to make any significant levels of redundancies Developments at British Steel v welcome , seen as a major positive..v close relationships with them ..new British Steel products launched plus some major new capex Pension Scheme surplus only mildly reduced by March equity falls...expect it to be in surplus at triennial review as equity markets bounced back Cash has remained robust as per y/e ..all receivables coming in as per normal...they know their counter parties v well & all are insured but are financially robust Capex reined in to below depreciation but will spend as maintenance requires them to ...expansionary Capex on hold until things become clearer EU projects are FX hedged ... All in all v solid update All as expected as far as I was concerned..but more positive in some areas than I’d feared Strength No 1 For me is being embedded in ‘the world’s largest internet companies’ supply chain as they build out capacity at speed across Europe
rhomboid
25/7/2020
16:44
Sorry steelwatch100 ...didn’t get around to the notes..apologies..I’ll attempt to update before the next Billington update RNS
rhomboid
07/7/2020
20:33
I’ll write up some notes...it was definitely useful
rhomboid
07/7/2020
20:23
Hi Rhomboid/ Nocton, How was the AGM, anything of interest to note? Thanks
steelwatch100
03/6/2020
19:19
I’ve also registered..it’;s an invaluable opportunity for shareholders to get closer to the business...& is highly recommended as an alternative to the usual physical AGM
rhomboid
03/6/2020
16:26
I have registered for the Q&A session in connection with the on-line AGM . The company secretary says that so far I am the only shareholder to have registered. May I suggest that shareholders take up this opportunity. It is good that Billington have set this up so we should encourage them by taking advantage of it. There has been discussion on the board in the past about getting to the AGM so this is a golden opportunity to do it from your desk. To take part email dkemplay@billington-holdings.plc.uk . You will just need to download Microsoft Teams - it is the next version of/replacement for Skype
nocton
27/5/2020
12:41
It's now 324p to sell, risen from 311p an hour ago. MMs are short of stock. This will shoot up soon, hopefully, back to pre-Covid levels. edit: a minute later and it's 326p to sell.
bisho4
21/5/2020
05:20
Unusual to see a largish 'buy' (of 36k @ 325p) marked for BILN [reported L(ate) of course] and yet the price was only upped 1p ..... a few days ago a 1k 'sell and the price would be dropped by at least 10p! Supply and demand?
ansc
11/5/2020
17:08
According to the trades marked (so far), price markdown today looks nonsensical.
ansc
07/5/2020
10:04
...here: - hTtps://billington-holdings.plc.uk/aim-information/shareholder-documents/ hTtps://billington-holdings.plc.uk/aim-information/investor-presentations/ PDF here: - hTtps://billington-holdings.plc.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Billington_Holdings_Plc_September_Interims_2019_-_Final.pdf hTtps://billington-holdings.plc.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/AGM-8-June-2020.pdf
thorpematt
07/5/2020
08:41
For anyone interested, the company's Analyst Presentation is now on their website.
ansc
24/4/2020
10:13
Drove past the Yate depot on my usual Friday shopping trip this morning, the staff car park appeared almost full so (hopefully) not too many members have been 'furloughed'. Trailer numbers waiting to be picked up for delivery were not as plentiful as say two months ago which is hardly surprising. Had decided last year that I would make the effort and make the long trek up to Barnsley for the AGM this time. Obviously the Covid-19 guidelines have kiboshed that idea ..... next year Rodney?
ansc
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