Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Conygar Investment Company LSE:CIC London Ordinary Share GB0033698720 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 177.00p 174.00p 180.00p 177.00p 177.00p 177.00p 20,589.00 07:38:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 9.4 -4.7 -6.9 - 125.39

Conygar Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/3/2017
13:02
First they need to get the licence from NRW to dredge. Secondly they need another licence re the archaeology which will be posted as a Public Notice and 6 week consultation process shortly. Thirdly they will need a HRO Harbour Revision Order which they have not yet applied for. They cant apply for a HRO if they havent got a Marina Operator and if they are serious about a Marina and not just a housing estate then they need a HRO. They have asked NRW to leave the Marine Licence in place at Pembroke Dock so that they can sell it off as a going concern. So before they can build anything or put a spade in the ground they need the Marine Licence to dredge and the Marine Licence yet to be applied for relating to the preservation in situ of the wrecks...so we are not exactly about to start work in the immediate future. Back to the wonderful UK and internet access. Comments welcome
crooked lawyer
03/3/2017
21:40
yes..its positive
lochgarman
28/2/2017
18:49
Aren't we due some news on the Holyhead project this week, which should also be positive?
strathroyal
28/2/2017
17:28
well ppl u are quite right...this is what happens when u dont read the fine print...the joys of being somewhere with limited internet access....I stand corrected...totally!!...well, no idea what to make of it...will be interested to see what happens with Regional REIT limited....Question is I suppose is.... Will they invest the money back into the company and develop their Wales projects out or what?. They seem to have only been interested in paying themselves healthy salaries and NOT paying out their shareholders...so...wait n see.
crooked lawyer
25/2/2017
15:39
What do you mean NO Debts...they have a net debt of 27 million
crooked lawyer
25/2/2017
15:38
Good Lord no...have u not been watching Suits...lol. I am just crooked
crooked lawyer
24/2/2017
14:39
FWIW revised plans for Fishguard Marina were submitted jointly by Conygar and Stena in January, which has been well received locally. Perhaps this exercise in clearing the decks will enable the project to proceed. In the meantime they have abandoned the parallel plan for the marina at Pembroke Dock.Http://www.westerntelegraph.co.uk/news/14217427.Revised_plans_submitted_for_Fishguard_marina/
shavian
24/2/2017
07:45
Looking positive: credible management team (reflected in NAV discount) portfolio fit, great liquidity. Let's see how the deal details turn out...Sky?
void concept
24/2/2017
06:42
Lots to be grateful for with this deal. Credible management team (reflected in the premium on their NAV) Plus greater liquidity. Great portfolio fit. Terms look reasonable. Let's see where the deal detail ends up but hopeful. Sky??
void concept
23/2/2017
16:55
Great news! The big money is in their development plans... finaly they have got their priorities right and with no debt can start developing.
greg the grinch
23/2/2017
12:25
Deal with RGL looks very good albeit there is actually a slight loss on disposal as RGL shares trade 3% or so below NAV but that seems very acceptable as the deal effectively gives Conygar a fresh start. Certainly the market seems to like it.
strathroyal
23/2/2017
10:35
Completely wrong again, crooked. There is a fundamental difference between requirements to report market sensitive info through the RNS route, which is a condition of listing, and the Companies Act requirement to register with Co Hse the purchases of own shares. Are you really a lawyer? It's you who's lax, not Conygar.
ursus
22/2/2017
18:04
I stand corrected. Why back date it and put it up now...where it been since then. Along with all the the RNS 's they have not put up on Company House Website...seems a bit lax to me.
crooked lawyer
21/2/2017
13:34
The explanation is not difficult to find if you bother to read the document filed at Co Hse on 8 Feb. The repurchases took place in Oct and Nov 2016. And if you bother yourself even more, and look at RNS's published then, you will see that all those repurchases were promptly notified to the market. Is yr post an indication of the care with which you comment generally on Conygar?
ursus
21/2/2017
13:16
https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/04907617/filing-history I see another repurchase of shares...but this only appears so it would seem ...may be wrong on company house beta website...seems to have been missed off the recent activity...I see there are great gaps on company house website too...perhaps they are trying to comply with statutory RNS by hiding it...lol.
crooked lawyer
28/12/2016
15:45
Maybe the new Nottingham investment represents the money they are no longer going to spend in Wales.
crooked lawyer
20/12/2016
10:53
which good aquisition lol. but yes u sum it all up well. Seasons Greetings.
crooked lawyer
19/12/2016
18:56
Overall, Conygar have not really added much shareholder value. One good acquisition in 10 years, a couple of misguided development projects and excessive director remuneration about sums it up!
topvest
19/12/2016
09:55
Yes u r right there. It will be interesting to see just where this all ends up. Robert Ware and Co r looking at their pension pots. I have been wondering how long it will be before CIC winds up or re invents its self with Ware and Jones jnr at the helm.
crooked lawyer
19/12/2016
09:54
Yes u r right there. It will be interesting to see just where this all ends up. Robert Ware and Co r looking at their pension pots. I have been wondering how long it will be before CIC winds up or re invents its self with Ware and Jones jnr at the helm.
crooked lawyer
18/12/2016
17:17
Think they are more interested in letting the share price tank and doing buy-backs than paying a dividend as it makes more for the big holders.
topvest
18/12/2016
13:49
Extract from the notice of general meeting re Capital Reduction now not available to view on the CIC website The purpose of the Capital Reduction is to create distributable reserves in the Company to facilitate the future consideration of payment of dividends to Shareholders, where justified by the profits of the Company,or to allow the buy back of Ordinary Shares. In order for the Company to have the ability to return money to Shareholders including by way of dividends or carrying out buy backs of Ordinary Shares (if considered appropriate), it is necessary to effect the Capital Reduction. If the Capital Reduction is approved by Shareholders at the General Meeting, it will be subject to the scrutiny of, and confirmation by, the High Court and, subject to that confirmation and registration by the Registrar of Companies of the order of the High Court, is expected to take effect during September 2016. Assuming that there is no material change in the financial position or prospects of the Company, and subject to any undertakings which the Company may be required to offer the High Court for the protection of creditors, the Board anticipates that the Capital Reduction will result in the creation of distributable reserves of approximately £125,371,000. The sum of up to £125,371,000 will be potentially available for the purposes set out in the paragraph above. 5
crooked lawyer
17/12/2016
16:13
Lol...thanks for making me laugh...and I mean that in the nicest way...no hes not Welsh...I am...I agree with you. I dont know if I agree with you about the land of no money tho I would say there is precious little in N Pembs. Most is spent on the Cardiff/Glamorgan area. I dont think he is trying to build a legacy. I honestly dont know how he got involved down this end. I suspect it was through Dafydd Jones and their children may have been at school together. Rugby?. Anyway that is pure conjecture. The Marina in Fishguard got going in 2003 with what was Objective 1 EU funding. Dafydd Jones of Beaumaris Boat Company had a plan to build a Marina in Beaumaris but it came apart as the local fishermen took him to the High Court as the impact it would have on their business would be to destroy it. It was upheld. He then turned his attention to Fishguard. Everything was in place in about 2007 but then Mark Roberts who had a habit of buying up Lordships contested that he owned the rights of access. That went to the High Court the judgement went against him to do with the Queen retaining squatters rights - v interesting. BUT, this delayed it all and the money ran out and thats when somehow Conygar got involved. So...the Marina Development and the N Wales business interests esp the old Brick Works site at Llandudno Junction came on board because of Dafydd Jones. Dafydd Jones died in May this year. Its most likely that because he was the only Marina Developer that now Conygar have withdrawn as it was going to be his money or his sourcing of the income that built and constructed the Marina Developments. Conygar dont construct but purely sell on. Hence they are now in this situation. Its interesting. The Mochdre site in Colwyn Bay is an interesting one as it used to be old site for Quinton Hazel and Diamond Stylus in the 70's both long gone. Conwy BC are now renting the space for 240K pa...As for the Junction site well that remains to be seen. Sainsburys pulling out of both developments I suppose to be fair could not have been foreseen. Now the Haverfordwest site is being advertised for a Cinema complex but there is also another Planning App in for a Cinema in the centre of the town. So...No dividend either and the whole issue of the Capital Reduction and share Buy back this summer was sold as a way of dishing out some more dosh to the shareholders. I said then that this was not likely to happen and I was right. I just follow out of interest. It will be interesting to see what happens with Holyhead and I dont know if I would want to be a worker living on the old Brown Field Shell site in Anglesey while they re do Wylfa...would you?...Anyway at the end of the day it makes for interesting reading and it will be interesting to see what exactly does happen. I have my own beliefs as to the eventual outcome for Conygar. I am glad that the rat business is booming for Rentokil..lol.
crooked lawyer
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