Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Galliford Try LSE:GFRD London Ordinary Share GB00B3Y2J508 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 897.50p 896.50p 898.00p 911.50p 886.50p 904.00p 560,249 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 2,704.5 147.6 145.8 6.2 995.91

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/7/2017
08:36
What was the guidance on the final divi. I have 68p pencilled in making 100p for the full year. I note divi cover is being increased from 1.7 to 2.
fizzypop
11/7/2017
07:34
Interesting, given post 3905 above, that there is no commentary on the cladding front. Despite all the necessary approvals having been achieved, putting flammable panels on the outside of buildings is not going to help a company's reputation. Otherwise, GFRD looks rather cheap based on this update. All IMHO. No position here currently.
shanklin
11/7/2017
07:19
Guiding to top end of expectations, music to ones ears
ayl30
11/7/2017
07:15
Decent update, no new provisions. Feared the worst after carillon yesterday.
spoole5
11/7/2017
07:14
Just what I wanted to read. Only time for a quick skim, but all looks to be fine. Should be a bright blue day for us.
lord gnome
10/7/2017
17:26
Hope it's not like clln results
stevenrevell
10/7/2017
10:07
anybbody has a cue wht kind of update we might get tomorrow given the problems highlighted in the last one?
ali47fish
08/7/2017
09:43
Trading Announcement this coming Tuesday.
spudders
29/6/2017
11:10
Brunel Street Works' 975 homes plan given council approval - HTTP://www.building.co.uk/news/brunel-street-works-975-homes-plan-given-council-approval/5088438.article Proposals for Brunel Street Works, a new mixed-use quarter for a GLA-owned site in Canning Town, have received Resolution to Grant from the London Borough of Newham. The project, developed by Opal, a joint venture partnership between Thames Valley Housing, Galliford Try and Fizzy Living, will deliver 975 homes and a range of mixed uses for Canning Town. Before building work can begin it needs the approval of the London mayor, Sadiq Khan Trevor Dempsey, regional managing director at Linden Homes Eastern, said: “Galliford Try is very pleased that, through our joint venture between Linden Homes and Thames Valley Housing, our plans for Brunel Street Works on Silvertown Way have been approved.” “Now that the application has received resolution to grant detailed planning consent, works can get underway for the planned 975 homes. The joint venture has appointed Galliford Try Partnerships to build this mixed-use scheme and we look forward to seeing the works progress and a new, regenerated community in time to come.”...
speedsgh
29/6/2017
11:07
Galliford and Carter share £150m house-building framework - HTTP://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/galliford-and-carter-share-150m-house-building-framework House-builder Aster Group has appointed Galliford Try Partnerships and Gloucester-based EG Carter & Co to a new partnering arrangement worth £150m. The contractors are each in line to build up to 500 homes a year for the next five years across the south of England. The contract forms part of Aster’s wider plans to invest £1.5bn in new homes between now and 2024, including a planned 1,100 properties during 2017/18. Aster assistant development director Tony Clifford said: “We are increasing the number of homes we build every year and our footprint continues to expand across the south of England. We have recognised that by working closely with the right number of contractors who share our vision we can build strong long-term partnerships that will support Aster in delivering more land-led opportunities over the coming years. “These partnerships complement the delivery of our section 106 developments and support our vision that everyone deserves a home.” The partnering contract is for an initial five-year period. Marc Thompson, head of strategy and projects at Galliford Try Partnerships, said: “Galliford Try Partnerships has ambitious plans for growth throughout the south of England and strategic partnerships with like-minded organisations such as Aster are key to delivering our goals. We look forward to working with Aster over the coming years to help them realise their ambitions and increase the supply of housing for local communities.”...
speedsgh
23/6/2017
09:08
HTTP://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/thousands-could-evacuated-more-homes-10672063 ...People living in the two-year-old Rivers Apartments in Tottenham, North London, have been told by Newlon Housing Trust that their building is wrapped in the same lethal material as Grenfell. In emails seen by the Daily Mirror, Newlon told residents that builder Galliford Try had revealed it used a flammable brand of panel, rather than the fire resistant kind. Newlon’s Housing Services director Bill Henderson apparently told one resident: “This should not have been used in a building like Rivers.” The trust told residents it is “very likely, almost certain” the panels will be replaced... ...A Galliford Try spokesman said last night: “At completion, Rivers Apartments received all the appropriate statutory approvals required under the contract including building regulations and building warranty. “The build includes a range of fire prevention measures including sprinklers in all flats, smoke ventilator shafts, fire lobbies, a fire-fighting lift and secured exit routes. “We are working closely with Newlon Housing Trust to review the technical aspects of the cladding used on the scheme while keeping the trust and its residents fully informed.”...
speedsgh
23/6/2017
09:06
Galliford/Lagan jv wins £135m RAF Marham hangar - HTTP://www.constructionenquirer.com/2017/06/21/gallifordlagan-jv-wins-135m-raf-marham-hangar/ The MoD’s estate procurement arm has picked a Galliford Try/Lagan joint venture to build a new hangar and upgrade runways to support new fast jets at RAF Marham. Under a £135m contract the joint venture will deliver a new aircraft hangar capable of housing 12 of the F-35B Lightning jet aircraft. The F-35B Lightning aircraft is an advanced, 5th generation jet that the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy will fly from Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers or from operating bases such as RAF Marham. The project also includes resurfacing two existing runways and taxiways while the station remains operational. Vertical landing pads will also be added to RAF Marham, accommodating the F-35B’s ability to land vertically, a capability previously covered by the Harrier jets. The major investment in RAF Marham is the last of seven projects worth £250m undertaken to ready the station for the arrival of the aircraft in 2018.
speedsgh
20/6/2017
09:42
DR_SMITH - Would agree. Both construction & housebuilding appear to be out of favour at present. Additional uncertainty re legacy contracts means GFRD struggling at present. However, ought to be a decent LTBH even if the dividend were to be held at the current level.
speedsgh
20/6/2017
09:16
Thank you for posting Speedsgh. I see it says "was originally pencilled in for 2019." so allays my immediate concern that staff/resources may have been re-shuffled needlessly in readiness, so hopefully there is no cost to the company. You never know, following review there could be more work, so in my view, I am taking it as news but not detrimental to company/sector in any way - though I feel sector (non house building/construction) has been down recently with the election.
dr_smith
20/6/2017
08:45
Delay hits £38m Galliford office job after council rethink - HTTPS://www.constructionnews.co.uk/companies/contractors/galliford-try/delay-hits-38m-galliford-office-job-after-council-rethink/10020844.article A “landmark” office scheme for Northumberland County Council due to be built by Galliford Try has been put on hold, Construction News understands. Galliford Try was appointed to the £32m project in December last year, beating Bowmer & Kirkland and McLaughlin & Harvey to the contract to deliver the five-storey Grade A office in Ashington town centre. The contractor hosted a ground-breaking ceremony at the Portland Park site in February this year, but it is understood work has now halted on the site after a change in council leadership following local elections in May. The local council, now led by the Conservatives, has said it will undertake a review of all its development projects, which are being led by the council’s development arm Arch. In a statement, Arch said: “All of Arch’s current onsite developments, other than the planned construction of the new county council headquarters on the Portland Park site in Ashington, will proceed as planned...
speedsgh
13/6/2017
12:04
Standard Life Investments - new declarable holding in Galliford Try, holding notice issued yesterday. Just over 5% = 4.193 million shares.
bluemango
09/6/2017
14:59
I don't always get it right but this morning purchase at 11.42 was good, and hopefully the bottom
deb81e
08/6/2017
15:21
Do we now have the start of the long awaited breakout? Unfortunately I don't think we have sufficient volume to confirm momentum yet.
fizzypop
06/6/2017
09:23
A little bit more unwelcome news from GFRD... Construction company ‘deeply saddened’ by worker’s death on Wellingborough site - HTTP://www.northantstelegraph.co.uk/news/construction-company-deeply-saddened-by-worker-s-death-on-wellingborough-site-1-7993223 Galliford Try has spoken of its sorrow after one of its workers died on a Wellingborough construction site. On Friday police confirmed a man died after an incident at the Stanton Cross site in Irthlingborough Road at about 1.45pm on Wednesday, May 24. Galliford Try, contractor at the site, said its staff’s thoughts are with the victim’s family. A spokesman for the construction company said: “Galliford Try is deeply saddened by the tragic passing of one of our colleagues following the incident at Stanton Cross. “Our thoughts are with the deceased’s family and friends at this extremely difficult time. “We continue to assist the relevant authorities with the ongoing investigation. “No further comment will be made at this time.” A spokesman for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) confirmed they are still investigating with Northamptonshire Police. The victim has not yet been formally named by police.
speedsgh
05/6/2017
19:24
I think once this particular contract is completed and the cost overrun can be quantified then the price will stable, until then there is the possibility of further costs arising.
spoole5
05/6/2017
16:24
Good luck Careful. I have bought the dips on this until now. These fixed price contract over-runs have unnerved me!
bigbertie
05/6/2017
13:25
the risk here is house prices going forward. with reduced immigration demand will fall. if the economy struggles post Brexit it could be a double whammy. things could turn sour. hopefully not, bought in here today. the fall from the recent high of £18 seems overdone. A 30% crash is unjustified.
careful
05/6/2017
10:57
i am buying today. probably the ones you are selling. takes two to make a market.
careful
05/6/2017
10:47
It's small consolation that the other partners have a bigger liability. Gfrd has been my biggest earner since 2008 but I have now sold most of them. I think I may sell the rump too......it's rather sad seeing a former star under a cloud - time for new pastures?? No advice intended....I'm just musing. Good luck to all whether holders or sellers. bb
bigbertie
05/6/2017
08:29
Queensferry Crossing builders set to lose £100 million in penalties for finishing project late - HTTPS://www.sundaypost.com/fp/bridge-builders-set-to-lose-100-million/ CONTRACTORS building the new Queensferry Crossing are set to lose more than £100 million on the iconic project. The Sunday Post understands an opening date for the crossing – which has already been delayed twice – will be announced later this month. But because the £1.3 bn project was built under a fixed-price contract the four firms responsible for the project are on the hook for massive losses. Infrastructure Secretary Keith Brown has revealed the scheme will cost in the region of £1 million for every day it goes over its mid-June contractual competition date. This means the firms face losses of at least £70m if the project ends up going to the end of the mid-July to August range. However, losses revealed by the junior partner of the scheme, Galliford Try, suggest overall losses could top more than £100m... ... However, last month construction group Galliford Try revealed it had set aside nearly £80m for overruns relating to its role in building the Queensferry Crossing and the new bypass around Aberdeen. The firm refused to break down the split between the two schemes but Galliford, through its Morrison Construction, was only a junior partner in bridge project with a 16% stake. The other partners – Hochtief from Germany, American Bridge from the USA and Dragados from Spain – all have a 28% stake and The Sunday Post understands they will be liable for more of the overruns than Morrison...
speedsgh
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