Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Conygar Investment Company Plc (the) 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
  1.00 0.74% 137.00 133.00 141.00 137.00 136.00 136.00 11,359 08:34:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 1.7 -8.2 -14.7 - 80

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Thanks for that - strange that this article didn't come up when I searched for Conygar. However, this article does confirm that the funding comes from the private sector (not EU grants etc) and that it has been well received. There doesn't seem to be a mention that it is invalid as noted in your recent posts, so still slightly baffled.
http://www.westerntelegraph.co.uk/news/14217427.Revised_plans_submitted_for_Fishguard_marina/ When a new planning application is validated i will post its reference to Pembs CC website.
crooked lawyer
Your comments are noted, but having searched Western Telegraph's website can only find two results for Conygar on there - one on Fishguard's ferry port from 2010 and one on Haverfordwest's new supermarket from 2011. Any clues on your sources for this information that the application is invalid? Not too sure on the rationale for your last post vis-à-vis Conygar as an investment, save for the lack of funding from the EU for some of the areas where it has projects. However, so far as I am aware, most of the funding for the implementation of their applications will come from either their own resources or from companies which purchase segments of their developments from them. As an investment over the past few years, Conygar has shown reasonable capital growth (not stellar). However, its dividend policy has been somewhat miserly compared to directors' bonuses, though that has been rebalanced a little following shareholder pressure a couple of years back.
People invest on the promise of these companies delivering the goods. When they fail to deliver it causes problems and delays cost money. I am interested in their real time activites, dont confuse my negativity with frustration of being on the ground and therefore being personally involved in their projects failure or success. As shareholders u are involved with the rise and fall of their shares. I am interested in what they actually physically produce..so far not much..creative accounting always interests me as anyone with any business acumen will know that the recent budget has many faces. The poss withdrawal from the EU will have implications for companies who rely on EU funding. Can u honestly see Westminster giving money to projects in Wales of dubios viability. It will be interesting to see.I am looking to invest the success or failure of projects like this is crucial to me.
crooked lawyer
Recently in January it was widely advertised in the Western Telegraph that Conygar had submitted a stage 1 planning application. If you look on CIC's website you will see it in the Fishguard section of PA submitted. This Application is invalid because of various legitimate issues regarding submission of reserved matters and conditions - lack of. Therefore they have to re submit it. hxxp://irservices.netbuilder.com/ir/conygar/newsArticle.php?id=1710800&ST=CIC And yes I am local to two developments. I have no axe to grind. I am just a realist. They are also held up at Pembroke Dock and have applied for an extention of time.
crooked lawyer
Not sure what crooked lawyer is talking about either, as the two most recent RNS's have been reasonably positive (18 January and 15 February). Can't see any reference to an "invalid application". Mind you, crooked lawyer has been negative and derogatory about CIC for some time. From memory from previous posts by him he is a "local" to one or other proposed development so may have an axe to grind.
crooked lawyer... where was this quoted?? thanks Re the Marina and their current announcement. " the current application is invalid and is likely to remain so for some time" we will notify you as soon as it becomes valid"......somewhat premature announcement me thinks by Mr Ware.
Re the Marina and their current announcement. " the current application is invalid and is likely to remain so for some time" we will notify you as soon as it becomes valid"......somewhat premature announcement me thinks by Mr Ware...all leaping about for joy. And the barmy road scheme continues to cause chaos. With the stock markets taking a dip at the moment and the economy uncertain...I am seriously tempted to get out of them all...my Rentokil Shares are doing ok. The RBS I inherited..what a mess and BT keep going on.... What on earth is going to happen if we come out of the EU. Funding will dry up and I believe we will be in crisis. I have seen 5K off my stock holdings since January...not good news!
crooked lawyer
CIC still busy snarling up HWest traffic with their barmy road scheme on the St Davids road, spending thousands on their arty-farty ideas for a roundabout. It seems that Birmingham City Council has its eyes on the housing development as a place to house its more undesirable elements, which is going down a bomb with the locals.Today's announcement of the mixed site acquisition at Cross Hands also seems a bit behind the curve, as there are already 2 supermarkets and two petrol stations on site.
well I have stayed quiet for a while and watched...share price seems to be consistently dropping. Interesting they have bought the great white elephant of the old Shell Oil storage depot. Hopefully in anticipation of Wylfa being re vamped by Hitachi. At least the Welsh are going with Japan..lol...still nothing happening in S Wales...though I hear rumblings of discord between Stena and Conygar. Also that the truck stop isnt doing so well as the truckers dont want to pay to use it....we will see....anyone got any comments?
crooked lawyer
I really dont know. Time will tell. It all depends what they actually manage to physically produce over the next few years. All well and good buying up office space to let out etc.. at the moment its all speculative..a land bank if you will but theres no point if you havent got anything in or on your land bank is it...ie reselling to the developer for income over expenditure...so we will see...
crooked lawyer
interesting good or interesting bad?
LOL :-) well I hear all sorts of rumours at the moment..from 2 separate sources here and there..which I darent print here otherwise they may "have me" but the next 12 months are going to be interesting.
crooked lawyer
I suspect Robert Ware not very good at "external process"!
Conygar Investment Company PLC ("Conygar" or the "Company"), the property investment and development group, announces the appointment of Ross McCaskill as Finance Director and Company Secretary with effect from 1 October 2015. Ross is taking over as Finance Director and Company Secretary from Peter Batchelor who will step down from the Board on 30 September 2015 to pursue his own interests. Ross has been with Conygar for five years as financial controller reporting to Peter and the Board. The appointment is an internal one so I suspect there was no external process.
Hmmm 2. I am still here still looking this "interesting" little company...quite right and have you had a look to see just exactly who the new finance director is and the companies hes involved with? Both dummy dormant companies based at suprise suprise, the same address in good old Wigmore Street....what with the departure of the Prop Manager earlier and now Peter sets sail to do "his own" thing...what exactly is going on.??...see the share price isnt doing too brilliantly either...nothing happening in Conwy, nothing in Haverfordwest...nothing in Pembrokedock...???? nothing anywhere...comments on my rants welcome and will be taken in good humour. Lovely weather..Indian Summer...enjoy.
crooked lawyer
Hmmm. In two separate RNS this morning: The Conygar Investment Company PLC ("Conygar" or the "Company"), the property investment and development group, announces that it was notified on 16 September 2015 that Peter Batchelor, Executive Director, sold 300,000 ordinary 5p shares at a price of 171 pence per share. Following this transaction, Mr Batchelor's notifiable holding is 808,001 ordinary shares, representing 0.98% of the total voting rights. Repurchase of own shares Conygar announces that, in accordance with the terms of the general authority to make market purchases of its own shares granted to it by shareholders of the Company on 4 February 2015 the Company acquired for cash in the market 300,000 ordinary shares of 5 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Shares") on 16 September 2015 at a price of 171 pence per Share. The acquired shares will be held in treasury.
Very informative.Thank you.
crooked lawyer
"...your final comments don't seem to tie in with the share price chart over the last two and half years - or even the last five years." Quite so. The time to buy, when many of us did, was back in 2012 when they were unloved, criticised and trading in the 80s/90s on a 40% NAV discount! They are best left for the time-being IMO. PCTN & SREI were two others hitting those absurd discount levels back in 2012 - somehow that 40% level has always been good as the absurdity triggers action of one form or another. The only UK propco now offering that value is LSR, which is in liquidation mode. The NAV discount is 33%; but 40% to the EPRA NAV. This link shows the write-up I did last week: http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=29245091
Talking of stock price now that I am back from my squat in the sun. Whats your thoughts?
crooked lawyer
just as a ps Hargeaves Lansdown handle my and my families moneies. I have always been more than satisfied with them and the return on the money/stocks in my HL portfolio. I gave them just over 300K in 2008 and the return has been far better than I ever could have wished for. Medium to High Risk shares etc. SME's go to banks for their set up and expansion money. Large PLC's use the LSE to raise capital via their sharholders and corporate loans from the City. I dont usually look at AIM listed companies. The criteria now is in many cases not will the business succeed but the FREE EU grants available. When I speak to people who have been in business for decades who are in their late 60's this point misses them by completely. I get, why would anyone want to do this here or that there...thats because much of the UK economy in the private sector is by and largely propped up by EU funding in one way or another. Only the SME's and the small Ltd companies have to put up their own dosh and risk their own capital. Everything else is by the way. Once u come to realise that its almost like a "revelation" and I am not religious. Take this for what it is an exchange of viewpoints. Best regards.
crooked lawyer
Putting your detailed local knowledge to one side (fully accept that this needs to be recognised and taken on board by shareholders), your final comments don't seem to tie in with the share price chart over the last two and half years - or even the last five years.
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