Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gabelli Merger LSE:GMP London Ordinary Share GB00BD8P0741 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +$0.00 +0.00% $10.34 $10.20 $10.48 $10.34 $10.34 $10.34 0 06:31:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments - - - - 106.86

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/8/2017
11:37
HYPER...i'm a friend of judy...sorry for late reply,been busy
temmujin
14/7/2010
22:24
sort of..unless OS make ithard for them
thecrownsucks
30/6/2010
14:30
Seem to be doing very well : http://www.sharemark.com/files/reports/report_324.pdf
redberry
30/6/2010
14:30
Seem to be doing very well : http://www.sharemark.com/files/reports/report_324.pdf
redberry
10/6/2010
21:25
the queen used to have loads...
thecrownsucks
28/8/2008
03:49
Hi, Just to let you know, you're not alone......... Kind regards, MN
zoo123
29/5/2008
22:25
No response!
hyper al
27/4/2008
10:18
drjudywood Why not? Are you the Dr Judy Wood of 9/11 fame.
hyper al
27/4/2008
09:47
no news for 4 months
hutchison2
25/9/2007
06:22
why do you say that Al?
drjudywood
24/9/2007
22:54
Think this company is worth watching, even though it is only listed on sharemark
hyper al
04/9/2007
20:22
http://www.share.com/cgi-bin/oicgi.exe/inet_share_mark2?page=display&investment=2681&client=
drjudywood
09/6/2007
21:54
Getmapping To Capture Oblique Images Of Greater London June 01, 2007 -- Getmapping Plc, the first company to capture the entire UK in 25cm high resolution vertical aerial imagery is continuing the trend by leading the way in attaining oblique imagery of the UK. With a growing demand for their new oblique imagery product MultiVisionTM, Getmapping has announced today it will start capturing oblique imagery for the whole of Greater London. Oblique photography used within the MultiVisionTM toolset provides a comprehensive 3D virtual image of environments and landscapes. The immediacy of this rich visual information means it is increasingly being seen as a valuable tool in developing strategies for emergency services and planning departments alike. The initial high-resolution oblique imagery will offer a snapshot of the Capital. Coverage of central and eastern areas of London will provide an overview of the potential benefits of oblique for organisations including the Metropolitan Police, fire services, local authorities and construction industries. The Getmapping MultiVisionTM oblique system supplies far more information than conventional vertical aerial photography. It offers a multi-perspective on-screen viewing and measurement tool that integrates oblique and vertical aerial photographs in a single information system. The software intelligently registers the oblique imagery with the 3D coordinates provided by the vertical photography and digital terrain model and so creates a seamless multi-dimensional viewing, navigation and measuring tool. The simple interface provides a more easily understood 3D perspective, and one which is more familiar to end users. 3D measurements of any elements in the built environment can be made directly on the oblique photography, whilst other layers of coordinate based information can be overlaid and tagged. These measurements can also be instantaneously extracted for use in other systems. Richard Metcalfe, Getmapping's business development manager says: "Oblique photography has been used extensively by emergency services in America. Now there is a growing demand for it in the UK and, as the leading supplier of aerial photography, we feel it is commercially viable to start acquiring imagery to meet this demand. "The initial coverage of London will provide a range of views of the City and illustrate the benefits of the product. We believe that MultivisionTM will be an extremely valuable tool for emergency services and local authorities in implementing safety procedures. It will also be useful for developers such as those working on the Olympic sites." In the initial stages, Getmapping will capture oblique photography of central London including tourist attractions such as Westminster Abbey, Whitehall and the Palace of Westminster, it will move easterly taking in the developments around Stratford, the future Olympic village and the outer boroughs of London. The photography is scheduled to be captured in the coming months, depending on weather and flight path approvals. For further information about oblique aerial photography contact Richard Metcalfe on 01252 849403 or email Email Contact Getmapping is the UK's leading provider of aerial photography and digital mapping. Set up in 1998, the geospatial imagery company based in Hartley Wintney, Hampshire is the only business to be re-flying the country at 12.5cm resolution. A reseller of professional mapping, oblique photography, height data, OS maps and third party aerial photography, Getmapping services a wide variety of industries including press and media, local authorities, construction sector, environmental consultants and the public. It also provides mapping services for specific client needs and has undertaken contracts to provide bespoke image databases
roverisback
09/6/2007
08:51
Great Results!! Company cash positive All development costs of new products incurred Big newspaper promo about to produce hike in sales Matters with Ordance Survey resolved and abortive costs for Scotland in these accounts Got monopoly reseller rights in UK for 3D mapping - just think of the use of this in realife 3D computer games in 2-3 years time Looks like a NICE LITTLE EARNER FROM NOW ON .... So.............. We'll DELIST THE COMPANY and KEEP THE GROWTH FOR| THE MAJORITY SHAREHOLDERS!!!! If you want an inheritance tax free investment on a 5-10 year timescale GET IN otherwise sell and go away Recommend if you think all this makes sense
roverisback
09/6/2007
08:47
this company delisted a while back but made £500k profit last year and are doing well...difficult to trade your shares though...how about relisting again? http://www2.getmapping.com/webshop/Web/CommonPages/Static/AboutUs/Investor.aspx
roverisback
29/10/2003
18:26
Gives the chance for the share price to recover. I am guessing now, so don't act without considered opinion, but my hunch is as follows: At the moment a MM is obliged to give a price at which a deal can be struck - matched bargains are just that. It will be harder for ordinary shareholders (or institutions) to sell shares, it will allow purchasers to mop up the shares that are held by market makers. The theory is that the spread will narrow until the overhang is cleared - might take weeks, months or days to benefit brave purchasers at the expense of locking holders in. After that, then those wishing to dispose of their shareholding will be matched with those buying. If there is good news from the company during the mopping up period, then the shares will become more desirable and it will become easier to find buyers and sellers to give balanced liquidity. I hope that this helps. Might actually be worth a punt tomorrow.
erogenous jones
29/10/2003
14:50
Would your majesty or any other shareholder of the company care to comment on the following... I would be very intered to know what the instigator of this thread thinks about yesterday released statement.. "Getmapping Plc ("Getmapping" or "the Company") Result of Extraordinary General Meeting Getmapping announces that the resolution proposed at the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held on 28 October 2003 was duly passed. Accordingly, the admission of the issued ordinary share capital of the Company to trading on the Alternative Investment Market will be cancelled with effect from 7.00 a.m. tomorrow, 29 October 2003, after which the shares will be traded on a matched bargain basis in two ways. Firstly, Rowan Dartington, a Bristol based firm of stockbrokers, will make a market in matched bargains in Getmapping shares (as they already do for a number of unlisted companies), dealing directly with members of the public, be they existing Getmapping shareholders or potential new investors. In addition, J P Jenkins, which is the principal market maker in OFEX securities will offer their JPJL matched bargain share trading facility (as they currently do for some 70 unlisted companies) for enquiries coming via stockbrokers. Further Enquiries:
melita gnome
28/10/2003
12:54
with the greatest of respect maam , i told you not to listen to that idiot maestro.
bionicdog
28/10/2003
12:21
Well your Majesty..Whilst some may appear to have lost their heads when it comes to investing in this 'ol DOG,I would respectfully suggest that some heads be removed...notebly the stewards/custodians of this company...as de-listing is the probable outcome. Your loyal servant MG ps read any good books lately?
melita gnome
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