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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.36% 274.00 48,273 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
282.00 290.00 285.00 282.00 285.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 222.41 17.08 9.00 30.4 365
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:47:30 O 10,040 274.71 GBX

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19/9/2021
09:20
Boot (henry) Daily Update: Boot (henry) Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOOT. The last closing price for Boot (henry) was 275p.
Boot (henry) Plc has a 4 week average price of 270p and a 12 week average price of 253p.
The 1 year high share price is 295p while the 1 year low share price is currently 234p.
There are currently 133,180,591 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 42,662 shares. The market capitalisation of Boot (henry) Plc is £364,914,819.34.
19/9/2021
15:58
tole: https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/small-cap-round-up-featuring-kape-technologies-sthree-and-mp-evans/Henry Boot (LON:BOOT) – a 'classy' company with massive but steady upsideA first half increase in revenues at this property to construction group, from £108.7m to £129m, reflected rising demand in its three key markets.A 220.8% improvement in pre-tax profits to £23.1m, helped the company's net asset value to grow by 8.9% to 256p a share.It has so much on hand currently that it makes me realise that its shares will soon reflect its potential.Now at 287p, they are so close to their recent 295p High.Hold tight.
14/9/2021
07:03
tole: Peel Hunt: Henry Boot on front footConstruction and property development group Henry Boot (BOOT) has seen a bounce back in profits and the second half of the year is looking just as strong, says Peel Hunt.Analyst Sam Cullen retained his 'buy' recommendation and target price of 325p on the stock, which closed up 0.4%, or 1p, at 288p on Monday. 'First half results saw the group's profits bounce back sharply with big improvements in all divisions,' he said.'The second half has started well with a growing development pipeline, full order book, and forward sales in land, housebuilding, and development. The group is mindful of cost pressures, but has been actively mitigating the increases as much as possible.'Cullen said the shares are up 9% year-to-date, in line with the broader housebuilding sector and market, leaving the stock trading on a price-to-earnings ratio of 11.8x for 2021/2022 and a dividend yield of 3%.
02/9/2021
10:01
essentialinvestor: Would hope they will increasingly focus on building up their portfolio of industrial and other income producing assets, think that's a key to driving a longer term re-rating. BOOT in an ideal position to do this as they can both source land and build. I spoke with the CFO re the general construction division and he reassured me there are no plans to expand that - general construction a sh1t business with wafer thin margins and frequent cost overruns - speaking genially rather than Henry Boot specifically.
02/8/2021
09:49
jurgenklopp: Another promising JV announced today. I like the way BOOT quietly goes about expanding their business. At some stage value will come out ...... 02 August 2021 HENRY BOOT PLC ('Henry Boot' or 'the Group') HBD announces new JV targeting UK tech sector Henry Boot's property development business, HBD, and international tech campus developer, Factory, are to form a new joint venture, HBD X Factory, targeting the UK tech sector. HBD X Factory has been selected as preferred bidder to deliver 45-ha at Cheltenham Borough Council's Golden Valley Development. The Golden Valley Development covers 200-acres and is expected to create 12,000 new jobs, 3,700 new homes and 2million sq. ft. of commercial space, with Cyber Central UK at the heart of a visionary integrated campus focused on cyber and digital innovation. The project builds on the presence of GCHQ's headquarters and Cheltenham's existing cyber sector, with the first phase delivering an innovative, mixed use community clustered around Factory's first project of scale in the UK - Factory Cheltenham - which will sit alongside GCHQ. HBD X Factory will continue to explore new opportunities across the UK, including acquisitions and public/private partnerships with local authorities and other strategic landowners, as it targets large-scale, mixed-use districts and urban regeneration projects with a focus on innovation. Ed Hutchinson, Managing Director of HBD, said: "The HBD X Factory partnership reflects our focus on delivering large-scale, transformative regeneration projects - the Golden Valley Development is a hugely important project for Cheltenham, the South West region and the wider UK tech sector and we look forward to working alongside Factory to bring the scheme forward."
08/6/2021
08:23
cwa1: Land sale... https://www.investegate.co.uk/boot-henry--plc--boot-/rns/henry-boot-completes--2.6m-residential-land-sale/202106080700200761B/ Henry Boot completes £2.6m residential land sale with Barratt Developments The Group's land promotion business, Hallam Land Management (HLM), has completed the sale of 116 plots to national housebuilder Barratt Developments at a total price of £2.6m. The site is located in Burdiehouse, on the edge of Edinburgh and represents the third in a series of completions on the site, which in total has now sold 449 plots in three separate phases for a total price of £12.8m.
22/5/2021
12:47
essentialinvestor: BOD appear highly motivated in the share price increasing. There has been a step change in investing for growth under the new CEO. Since the year end BOOT has grown their landbank by approx 10% net and significantly increased their investment portfolio. All this while remaining about debt free. Numerous recent bids across this sector, so it may be a case of deliver increased value for shareholders, or be on the receiving end of a bid imv.
22/5/2021
11:18
shaker44: At least 6 executives participate in a long term incentive plan with share options. Seems reasonable to assume that they are motivated to see the share price increase. Good. And also the directors who put the ltip in place evidently wish the share price to increase too. Good. Who wants to invest in a company where shareholders are not interested in their share price increasing?
22/5/2021
04:01
shaker44: Maybe you can explain your point of view and help us understand why everyone at Boot wants a static or declining share price please?
07/5/2021
07:17
cwa1: Henry Boot announces £5.8 million Manchester acquisition Henry Boot has purchased a multi-let industrial estate on the edge of Manchester City Centre for £5.8 million, with the price reflecting a net initial yield of 4.1%. The Group's property development business, HBD, has acquired City Court, a 26,900 sq. ft. industrial estate located on Poland Street in the city's Ancoats neighbourhood, from vendors Urban Splash and Pears Group. The property is fully let to eight tenants, including Ticketmaster UK and Sky Telecommunications Services. The estate has a low average rent per square foot of under £10 and offers good rental growth and asset management opportunities. In the medium term the Group will also explore the opportunities for a significant urban residential development. The acquisition will be retained in the Group's investment portfolio and forms a part of Henry Boot's core strategy of targeting industrial and logistics, residential and urban development schemes. Ed Hutchinson, managing director of HBD, said: "City Court is the latest in a series of strategic acquisitions in 2021 for Henry Boot. The property is situated on a 1.3-acre site which forms part of the Ancoats and New Islington Neighbourhood Development Framework presenting an opportunity for future urban residential development."
22/4/2021
08:00
cwa1: 22 April 2021 HENRY BOOT PLC ('Henry Boot' or 'the Group') Henry Boot PLC boosts pipeline with two strategic acquisitions Henry Boot PLC has made two acquisitions in line with its strategic targets of increasing its investment portfolio towards a target of GBP150million, and to continue to expand its GBP1.4bn total development pipeline (HB share GBP1.1.bn). HBD, the Group's property development business, has acquired Allied Business Centre, a 150,000 sq ft industrial estate in Skelmersdale, Lancashire from West Pimbo Limited for GBP4.75 million. The estate is in a strategic location adjacent to Junction 5 of the M58 motorway and comprises 117,800 sq ft of warehouse space plus serviced offices spanning over 30,000 sq ft. The three warehouse units are let to Messenger Express Warehousing Limited who have been in occupation for over 15 years and the serviced office space is multi-let to 13 tenants. The estate generates total rental income of circa GBP303,000 per annum, with the purchase price reflecting a net initial yield of nearly 6.0%. The 10.7-acre site has low site coverage of around 30% which offers excellent redevelopment potential in the future. HBD has also secured a prominent 2.6-acre city centre site in Birmingham's popular Jewellery Quarter with a view to delivering a circa GBP100m GDV residential-led mixed use scheme. Previously occupied by a Sytner BMW dealership the site was acquired with vacant possession from the joint vendors, King Edward 's School and Sytner Group. Ed Hutchinson, managing director of HBD, said: "These two deals are the latest in a series of acquisitions by HBD, which include a key site in Manchester's St Johns district and the purchase of 60,000 sq. ft. in Mabgate, Leeds. All of these latest acquisitions have significant future redevelopment potential and are an excellent strategic fit for our business." The acquisitions form part of the Group's core development strategy targeting industrial and logistics, residential and urban development schemes.
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