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
  -1.00p -0.67% 148.00p 147.00p 149.00p 149.00p 148.00p 149.00p 7,021 09:14:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 5.0 1.2 1.2 122.3 104.85

Conygar Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/4/2018
11:38
Q&A - http://bit.ly/2H4oX7R
astonedt
16/4/2018
11:16
CFO Ross McCaskill talks to DirectorsTalk about the further investment from Miton Group (LON:MGR) http://bit.ly/2GXT14Q
astonedt
02/2/2018
11:58
Just because you have worked for z successful company doesnt mean you can run one. They should have stuck to what they knew. They thought they could print money.
crooked lawyer
29/1/2018
19:47
Conygar now have a development bias. They have spent too much for too long getting nowhere on their schemes. Not impressed.
topvest
27/1/2018
10:26
Any idea what is going to happen at the Port at Goodwick.???what are Stenas plans?
crooked lawyer
26/1/2018
17:21
Interesting about Freddie and Chris joining...I dont know whether to laugh or cry and Preston leaving...well maybe he is getting out while the going is good. If relationship between Conygar and Stena are now somewhat awkward as they must be...then what will happen to Holyhead Marina Development. Stena have just put in a HRO to the MMO for massive re development at Holyhead Port....
crooked lawyer
26/1/2018
12:56
...and Preston Rabl giving up on his old chum also not a good sign!
skyship
26/1/2018
08:46
Nepotism appointment?
igbertsponk
25/1/2018
18:17
marina abandoned
crooked lawyer
25/1/2018
17:08
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-west-wales-42820808 Conygar has today pulled out of its Marina Development at Fishguard. Full statement is available to view FISHGUARD WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT RNS Number : 9296C Conygar Investment Company PLC(The) 25 January 2018 For immediate release 25 January 2018 THE CONYGAR INVESTMENT COMPANY PLC FISHGUARD WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT The Conygar Investment Company PLC ("Conygar") announces that it is unable to progress its proposals for a mixed-use marina development at Fishguard, West Wales. Outline planning permission for the development was granted in April 2012, subject to the signing of a S106 Agreement by both Conygar and Stena Line Ports Limited ("Stena"), the Fishguard harbour operator. The planning consent gave Conygar permission to construct 253 residential apartments, a publicly-accessible promenade, a public slipway and a visitor centre and Stena to build a substantial platform that would facilitate the potential expansion of the existing port. Conygar has been informed by Stena that they do not wish to have any further involvement in the proposed marina development and do not wish to proceed with the reclamation works of the harbour. Stena state that they are concerned that the marina development will interfere with the operation of the harbour and their ferry operations. They will also not support the promotion of the Harbour Revision Order, which is necessary to progress the development. Stena's withdrawal means that the project cannot proceed. Conygar will therefore write off £2m of incurred costs in the results for the six months ending 31 March 2018. This write off equates to 3 pence per share. Robert Ware, Chief Executive of Conygar, commented:   "We are disappointed that after nearly seven years of working in partnership with Stena, they have decided to withdraw their support for the Fishguard Waterfront Development, making it impossible for us to proceed with the plans. We firmly believe that the development would have been of significant benefit to the local community and to businesses in and around Fishguard and Goodwick." Enquiries: The Conygar Investment Company PLC Robert Ware / Ross McCaskill: 020 7258 8670 Liberum Capital Limited (Nominated Adviser and Broker) Richard Bootle / Henry Freeman: 020 3100 2222
crooked lawyer
12/12/2017
19:41
Results out today. Not impressed. Poor returns for anyone other than the directors who continue to do very nicely. We should get £2 back eventually I guess, but pedestrian pace really.
topvest
04/12/2017
12:32
The final results should be out next week so hopefully much more information given out then
davidosh
02/12/2017
14:04
Well the Disposal at Ashby...anyone anythoughts? Good or Bad news?
crooked lawyer
19/11/2017
09:23
btw..a recent foi to pcc has confirmed no negotiation regarding the land CIC need are being considered by pcc or the crown estates for the Marina. So any PR plans ie those in the Ocean Lab in Goodwick are worthless.
crooked lawyer
06/6/2017
22:42
700 houses in Haverfordwest!!??....its ridiculous.
lochgarman
05/6/2017
17:33
I see the Western Telegraph have posted that CIC have pulled out of the Retail and Cinema side of the Slade Development at Haverfordwest. The plan for the 700 plus houses is to continue...subject to a buyer to develop and build them.
crooked lawyer
27/5/2017
17:43
I see horizon has decided not to build the worker accommodation on the Rhosgoch site but on the site at Wylfa. 46mill isnt a lot of money in CIC's piggy bank to pay for all the development work...ie 40mill to build the development platform at Fishguard..and with EU money about to dry up...how do you see the future for Conygar?
crooked lawyer
30/4/2017
17:19
CIC still has a charge against them...anyone any idea what this relates to?
crooked lawyer
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
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