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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Boot (henry) Plc LSE:BOOT London Ordinary Share GB0001110096 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 1.2% 253.00 245.00 252.00 254.00 242.00 242.00 68,065 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 379.7 49.1 28.3 8.9 337

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/5/2020
07:29
Https://www.constructionnews.co.uk/contractors/furloughed-workers-return-as-henry-boot-sites-reopen-21-05-2020/
carpingtris
22/4/2020
21:10
Http://www.henryboot.co.uk/media/group-news/2020/international-advanced-manufacturing-park-selected-for-nhs-nightingale/
carpingtris
22/1/2020
19:34
hTTps://www.trustnet.com/news/7461152/how-value-investor-tony-yarrow-makes-sure-he-avoids-value-traps
carpingtris
20/1/2020
10:52
20 January 2020 HENRY BOOT PLC ('the Group') TRADING UPDATE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2019 The Board of Henry Boot PLC issues the following trading update for the year ended 31 December 2019 ahead of the preliminary statement of results which will be issued on 31 March 2020. Against an uncertain political and economic background, the Group has continued to make good strategic progress, adding to its future opportunity pipeline and investing in its people. As a long-term business, Henry Boot is well positioned. Overall Group performance for 2019 was marginally lower than the Board's original expectations, driven by the successful disposal of the majority of our retail investments during the second half of the year, which reduced rental income. However, these sales, together with other Group activities, mean the Group ended 2019 in a strategically strong position, with higher than expected net cash of circa GBP30m (2018: net debt GBP18m) and with several opportunities identified to re-invest in during 2020. Hallam Land Management performed exceptionally well, especially given that a large scheme which had been forecast to complete in 2019 did not reach conclusion. As always with these large schemes, there is no certainty that it will conclude in the year ahead, although it has now been moved into our forecasts for 2020. Henry Boot Developments (HBD) successfully completed The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA), a GBP333m scheme for Aberdeen Council, which was delivered on time and on budget. During the year, delivery of several strategic employment sites commenced, including Butterfields Business Park in Luton, Airport Business Park Southend and the International Advanced Manufacturing Park in Sunderland. The year on year property valuation for the remainder of the portfolio was slightly up on 2018 and the Group benefitted from valuation uplifts relating to investment property under construction completed in the year. Trading at Henry Boot Construction held up well, especially given the much-publicised challenges facing the construction market. The Group enters 2020 with a strong committed order book with the added opportunity to capitalise on the small foothold established in the partnership homes market through the acquisition of Starfish Commercial. Commenting on the performance, Tim Roberts, Chief Executive Officer said: "We had a good year making strategic progress through investing in both our people and our future pipeline, whilst growing NAV. Looking forward, we have made a good start to the year with a strong balance sheet and further opportunities to add to our property development pipeline and strategic land bank, plus a healthy construction order book." For further information, please contact: Henry Boot PLC Tim Roberts, Chief Executive Officer Darren Littlewood, Group Finance Director Tel: 0114 255 5444 www.henryboot.co.uk
johnsoho
06/11/2019
20:53
Have we a breakout?
carpingtris
29/10/2019
07:23
No numbers?? Scale etc? Skinny rns if trying to keep shareholders informed. Maybe more news later from financial journalists...
shaker44
29/10/2019
07:09
29 October 2019 Henry Boot PLC ("Henry Boot") Midlands Joint Venture created to promote strategic site Henry Boot PLC, a company engaged in land promotion, property investment and development, and construction is pleased to announce that it has entered into a joint venture to pursue a strategic land opportunity in the Midlands as it continues to grow its long-term land pipeline for new residential and commercial development. Hallam Land Management Limited, a subsidiary of Henry Boot, has entered into a 50/50 joint venture with Harworth Estates Investments Limited ("Harworth"), part of Harworth Group plc, with a view to promoting and developing a mixed-use strategic land opportunity in the Midlands. John Sutcliffe, Chief Executive Officer of Henry Boot, said: "This deal represents the continued expansion of our strategic land bank, leveraging the value brought by our regional operating model. We look forward to working with the Harworth team on this new opportunity."
cwa1
25/10/2019
06:44
up for the breakout
1hopefultrader
27/9/2019
18:50
Good spike up today?
carpingtris
27/9/2019
18:50
Good spike up today?
carpingtris
19/9/2019
19:45
Director buy today... XD day too. Looking to add more when funds allow.
carpingtris
10/9/2019
05:31
Good div, strong balance sheet, good esp- what's not to like?! May top up before ex div on 19/9 but already high exposure to the sector. Perhaps sell another in the sector to re invest here....
shaker44
09/9/2019
20:15
hTTps://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2019/08/23/henry-boot-completes-largest-ever-project/
carpingtris
23/8/2019
08:09
Results out this morning... Peel Hunt has upgraded Henry Boot to Buy
cwa1
17/8/2019
20:29
Boot recently got a good write-up in Investors Chronicle Magazine...
carpingtris
17/8/2019
10:16
Thank you,very interesting article. Henry Boot is seriously under valued and under the radar. He mentions Telford Homes. For reasons best know to their BoD, they are selling out on the cheap, and many holders will lose money.I suspect the BoD will be taken care of rather well! I don't see the same happening here. It seems very unlikely that Boot will be sold on the cheap. I certainly hope not.
shaker44
17/8/2019
09:56
Mentioned in this blog post by Tony Yarrow of Wise Funds... HTTPS://wise-funds.co.uk/news/in-the-eye-of-the-storm
rik shaw
19/7/2019
16:41
Any idea what latest RNS is about?
carpingtris
10/5/2019
09:57
Morning I see the AGM is on 23/5 in Sheffield. Anyone planning to go and that would be kind enough to post a precis of the mood of the meeting?
cwa1
30/3/2019
14:22
Investors Chronicle again this week... Buy recommendation...
carpingtris
23/3/2019
15:29
IC article page 72. BOOT mentioned as one of 16 growth pick stocks for 2019 :) this week... also since its printed debt has come down and divi increased.
carpingtris
21/3/2019
10:49
Sounds about right, lol
carpingtris
21/3/2019
10:41
Results good = modest fall in SP Results bad = large fall in SP Simple really ;-)
cwa1
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