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
  13.00 4.73% 288.00 99,525 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
280.00 288.00 284.00 283.00 283.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 222.41 17.08 9.00 32.0 384
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:38:18 O 6,200 284.145 GBX

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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 260p and a 12 week average price of 252p.
The 1 year high share price is 290p while the 1 year low share price is currently 220p.
There are currently 133,180,591 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 57,492 shares. The market capitalisation of Boot (henry) Plc is £383,560,102.08.
essentialinvestor: My one slight concern is BOOT, with a new company focus on growth, might be tempted to grow the construction order book with possibly less than their usual conservative approach.
1tx: I see we have repaid all furlough & other covid payments to HM Government so have done better than figures indicated.For those not invested provided we see a continued return to normal profits a good entry point as next year we could see a return of earnings and dividend to the level of year 2018/2019.Present share price is largely covered by book value of tangible assets so reasonable potential for both income & capital growth.
cwa1: 18 December 2020 HENRY BOOT PLC ('Henry Boot' or 'the Group') Acquisition of two buildings for redevelopment in Leeds city centre Henry Boot PLC has acquired 60,000 sq. ft. across two buildings in Mabgate, Leeds, a prime redevelopment area in the heart of the city. The acquisition by HBD, our property development business, will see the complete redevelopment of the buildings and could add further potential to the Group's urban development and residential capabilities. Its location is also of significant benefit to the redevelopment plans, being a short distance to the city's transportation networks and Leeds City Council identifying Mabgate as a key area of investment. Henry Boot continues to prudently seek out new investments to replenish the GBP1.4bn development pipeline, which is made up of three long-term markets: residential, industrial and logistics, and urban development. HBD Managing Director, Ed Hutchinson, said: "The buildings have massive potential for urban development, which is a key focus for us. There is significant investment being channelled into Mabgate and we look forward to putting our own plans together to support the wider regeneration programme."
cwa1: Contracts exchanged and plans outlined for Phoenix 10 development scheme Henry Boot PLC has exchanged contracts with Walsall Council and Homes England on one of the largest regeneration projects in the West Midlands. The new £73m GDV development scheme, known as Phoenix 10, is located in Walsall and will be delivered by the Group's property development business, HBD, in partnership with Walsall Council and Homes England. The 44-acre development project is the largest undeveloped plot in the Black Country and is set to become a centre for enterprise with up to 620,000 sq. ft. of industrial and logistic space, attracting new jobs and investment to the region. Phoenix 10 is another long-term opportunity in Henry Boot's industrial and logistics offering, which currently makes up approximately 74% of the £1.4bn development pipeline. The scheme has prime distribution access to the M6 via Junction 9 and is capable of delivering units ranging from 21,000 sq. ft. to 415,000 sq. ft. Henry Boot's strong financial position and long-standing experience in delivering large scale development projects, leaves the Group well placed to deliver another significant opportunity from its £1.4bn development pipeline. Ed Hutchinson, Managing Director of HBD, said: "This is one of the most significant employment schemes coming forward in the West Midlands - both in terms of scale and its potential to drive business growth and is a great opportunity to bring new investment into the area. We look forward to getting started on this exciting project."
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johnsoho: 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
cwa1: 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."
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shaker44: 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.
cwa1: RNS Number : 4139N Boot(Henry) PLC 18 January 2019 18 January 2019 HENRY BOOT PLC ('the Group') TRADING UPDATE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2018 The Board of Henry Boot PLC issues the following trading update for the year ended 31 December 2018 ahead of its full year results which will be announced on Friday 22 March 2019. Henry Boot's real estate focused activities traded in line with the Board's expectations for the year ended 31 December 2018, after including the "one-off" GMP pension provision noted below; without which we would have slightly exceeded expectations. This was despite trading conditions becoming more challenging through the year, as negotiations around the UK's departure from the EU served to increase the level of uncertainty within the UK real estate market. Hallam Land Management performed exceptionally well, helping to replenish the UK house builders land banks following their house sales in 2018, and identifying new site opportunities to replace those sold. Stonebridge Homes, our jointly owned house builder, achieved 145 sales (2017: 79 sales), producing turnover of GBP35m. Activity within our construction segment held up well and Henry Boot Construction started this year with a strong committed order book and, in addition, is expected to agree a number of contracts in the first half of 2019, further increasing workloads. Banner Plant and Road Link A69 both performed in line with management expectations. Henry Boot Developments' results were affected by the aforementioned macro uncertainty, with prospective developments held back by a combination of client uncertainty or planning delays, which affected the timing of starts on site at certain projects. The draft full year valuation of the Group's investment property portfolio was broadly neutral, unwinding gains seen at the half year, as increases in the value of the Group's logistics and industrial assets were offset by deficits on retail investments. Henry Boot Developments' largest development project, 'The Event Complex Aberdeen', continues to progress well and is expected to conclude mid-2019. We anticipate that a provision of circa GBP1.5m will be included in profit before tax for the year ended 31 December 2018. This is as a result of the recent UK High Court ruling in respect of the Equalisation of Guaranteed Minimum Pensions handed down on 26 October 2018, and advice that any one-off charge should be taken to profit and loss, rather than through other comprehensive income (as with changes in the Pension Deficit). The Group's balance sheet remains strong. Gearing at 31 December 2018 was circa 7%, as we position ourselves to be able to react to whatever challenges and opportunities arise through 2019. Commenting on the positive trading result, John Sutcliffe, Chief Executive Officer, said: "2018 proved to be another successful year for Henry Boot. It is always difficult to finalise deals or new developments in a specific financial period and, as noted above, three commercial developments anticipated to start during 2018 will now commence in 2019, and one sale expected to complete in 2018 completed on the 4(th) January 2019. "Although we remain mindful of some uncertainty in the UK real estate market, these transactions, added to the already committed and contracted activity for 2019, give us a good start to the year."
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