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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 0.41% 247.00 135,608 16:26:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
243.00 249.00 250.00 242.00 250.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 230.60 35.14 21.20 11.7 330
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:36:48 O 2,098 246.983 GBX

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Posted at 01/10/2022 09:20 by 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 246p.
Boot (henry) Plc has a 4 week average price of 242p and a 12 week average price of 242p.
The 1 year high share price is 345p while the 1 year low share price is currently 242p.
There are currently 133,471,542 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 93,156 shares. The market capitalisation of Boot (henry) Plc is £329,674,708.74.
Posted at 21/9/2022 07:41 by carpingtris
Doing the same for me now on that link - I could read the whole thing earlier (was via my phone mind); just googled 'Henry Boot Share Price' and clicked news and it was the top item. Basically Simon Thompson rated as 'BUY' - a well run company. DYOR
Posted at 13/9/2022 11:50 by spectoacc
In a normal market, I'd really like BOOT & gladly buy back in. Just struggling with the sector, the outlook, the amount of unbelievably dirt cheap (for a reason...) housebuilders out there. "Henry Boot's markets remain characterised by strong demand", they said (approximately) in May. Just wonder if that'll still be the case in 6 months, and whether enough's in the price compared to others.
Posted at 18/8/2022 07:19 by cwa1
8 August 2022 HENRY BOOT PLC ('the Group') Notice of Interim Results Henry Boot PLC, one of the UK's leading and long-standing property investment and development, land promotion and construction companies, will announce its Interim Results for the half year ended 30 June 2022 on Tuesday 20 September 2022.
Posted at 03/8/2022 15:34 by cwa1 Nice sale:- Henry Boot has announced that its property investment and development business, HBD, has completed the sale of a 65,000 sq ft warehouse unit at the Group's flagship Wakefield Hub logistics development in Yorkshire for £11.35m, representing a 23% premium to last reported book value.
Posted at 18/7/2022 14:57 by my retirement fund
Thing with boot, it may well not recover very quickly, its a sleepy share price and you dont get rewarded quickly for holding given the traditional small dividend
Posted at 12/7/2022 11:03 by cwa1
12 July 2022 HENRY BOOT PLC ('Henry Boot' or 'the Group') HENRY BOOT'S HBD, IN JOINT VENTURE WITH FACTORY , APPOINTED AS DEVELOPMENT PARTNER FOR CHELTENHAM'S GBP1 BILLION GOLDEN VALLEY Henry Boot PLC announces that HBD X Factory, a joint venture between HBD, the Group's property investment and development business, and Factory, the international tech campus developer, has been formally appointed by Cheltenham Borough Council as the development partner to deliver the first phase of the GBP 1bn Golden Valley Development (GVD) in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Located in the centre of the UK' s cyber community, the entire Golden Valley Development spans over 200 acres and will provide 3,700 new homes, almost 12,000 new jobs and 2 million sq ft of commercial space at the heart of a visionary integrated campus focused on cyber and digital innovation. The first phase will be the delivery of a mixed-use community clustered around Factory's first project of scale in the UK, a 150,000 sq ft innovation space that will serve as the new National Cyber Innovation Centre. HBD X Factory is currently progressing a variety of design options in advance of a public consultation programme, prior to submitting planning applications, including a masterplan framework for the site and detailed proposals for the Innovation Centre. Sustainability will be a key consideration for the project, which is targeting n et z ero carbon. Smart technology coupled with innovative design and modern methods of construction will minimise energy output and carbon impact across all elements of the project's development and subsequent operation. The ambitious project is playing a significant role in the UK Government's Levelling Up agenda, alongside its recently launched UK Cyber Strategy. Tim Roberts, CEO of Henry Boot PLC, commented: " HBD 's ability to secure the development contract for this nationally significant project is testament to its track record in delivering large-scale, transformative regeneration schemes. HBD's pioneering joint venture with Factory provides an additional competitive edge, combining our exemplar sustainable construction techniques with Factory's technical expertise, presenting an exciting opportunity to deliver upon the JV's visionary ambitions and access the enormous potential of the UK's tech sector whilst supporting the Levelling Up agenda." The HBD X Factory joint venture was established in August 2021 specifically to target developments in the UK tech sector. 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.
Posted at 23/6/2022 08:27 by jonut
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Posted at 26/5/2022 07:33 by cwa1
Yes, solid stuff... Tim Roberts, Chief Executive Officer, commented: "Henry Boot has enjoyed a very busy and successful start to the year, fuelled by robust demand across our three key markets: Industrial & Logistics, Residential and Urban Development. While the challenges of ongoing supply constraints, cost inflation and increasing economic uncertainty cannot be ignored, we believe we remain well placed for the rest of the year, with strong forward sales across all our business lines, a continued pipeline of opportunities for us to meet our strategic growth ambitions and, as ever, a robust financial position". Henry Boot has made a strong start to the year and continue to trade in line with market expectations*. To date, the Group's performance has been supported by land disposals and property development completions, with all three key markets, Industrial & Logistics (I & L), Residential and Urban Development performing well. In addition, the Group continues to make good strategic progress towards the medium-term targets previously identified, leaving the business well placed to achieve its growth aspirations.
Posted at 04/5/2022 07:41 by cwa1
HENRY BOOT PLC ('Henry Boot' or 'the Group') HENRY BOOT COMPLETES SALE OF 2,170 RESIDENTIAL PLOTS, ENABLING DELIVERY OF NEW HOMES IN UNDERSUPPLIED OXFORDSHIRE AREA Henry Boot PLC announces that its land promotion business, Hallam Land Management (HLM), has completed the sale of 2,170 residential plots in Didcot, Oxfordshire to national housebuilders Taylor Wimpey UK Ltd and Persimmon Homes Ltd, under a planning promotion agreement (PPA) on behalf of private landowners. The transaction represents a significant proportion of HLM's annual sales target of 3,500 plots, placing it on track to deliver against its medium-term growth strategy. The 440-acre site is located on the western fringe of the town of Didcot in Oxfordshire, 10 miles south of the city of Oxford. HLM took control of just over half of the strategically located site in June 2013 and has since been actively promoting it in partnership with Taylor Wimpey and Persimmon, who controlled other parts of it. The three parties worked with the Local Planning Authority and Oxfordshire County Council to secure an allocation in the adopted Vale of White Horse Local Plan in December 2016, and subsequently secured outline Planning Permission for 4,254 plots in February 2022. A broad range of additional community benefits have been incorporated into the site's planning, including community/local centres, primary schools, sports pitches, leisure facilities, 80 acres of open space alongside extensive green infrastructure and cycle networks. The scheme will also comprise nearly 1,500 (35%) affordable units, including essential Extra Care (assisted living) accommodation, a special education needs (SEN) school to meet the requirements of the locality and wider Oxfordshire area, and an extensive S106 package providing funds for healthcare, biodiversity, public transportation, a library, off-site sport and leisure facilities, as well as public artworks. Tim Roberts, CEO of Henry Boot PLC, commented: "This major disposal demonstrates the robust demand for HLM's strategic land plots. Our team's industry leading expertise in resolving complex planning matters has enabled the delivery of this significant opportunity, whilst highlighting our capabilities in master planning to bring forward new homes, employment space, community facilities and open spaces in undersupplied areas of the UK. With this transaction, we have continued to make strong headway towards HLM's annual revenue and profit target, which stands at over 60% of our 2022 goal. We are also well on track to meet medium term growth objectives thanks to a strong housing market and HLM's continuously replenished land bank."
Posted at 11/2/2022 09:56 by riverman77
BOOT up a stunning 2.5%! Some of the others on the list up around 40%, such as TAVI. I guess these are very illiquid so probably explains the large moves. Still at bit frustrating that even this fails to budge the BOOT share price.
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