Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paragon Ent. LSE:PEL London Ordinary Share KYG6906M1069 ORD 0.1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.88p 1.86p 1.90p 1.88p 1.88p 1.88p 100,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 14.8 0.0 0.1 31.3 3.53

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/4/2018
08:25
Maybe news but RNS feed down! Or perhaps weekend tip?
cockerhoop
09/4/2018
08:19
No trades last week at all ? But out of the traps this morning ????
dave4545
23/3/2018
21:54
LOL-I think someone with £7 or so to spare has a sense of humour! Unless.............
pj 1
23/3/2018
17:33
PJ1 is a man in the know
playful
22/3/2018
21:27
Wait for the enigmatic 1 trade to appear tomorrow!!!
pj 1
22/3/2018
19:12
Chuckles all round on the last trade today, someone does not feel comfortable going out above 100K
playful
20/3/2018
12:22
Perhaps? hTTps://twitter.com/ParagonCreative/status/974558924740464640
cockerhoop
20/3/2018
11:50
Anyone know if PEL are involved? hTTp://ewn.co.za/2018/02/27/boeing-737-arrives-at-fourways-mall
playful
08/3/2018
10:12
ex Paramount project inching forward still? London Resort Company Holdings (LRCH), the developer behind the plans to build a multi-billion pound entertainment resort, announces that its final round of public consultation on plans for the London Resort will be taking place in early 2018 and that it will be submitting the Development Consent Order application in Spring. This latest round of events represents the fifth stage of an extensive programme of community engagement carried out by LRCH, which has already seen over 8,000 people participate. The anticipated grand opening date is in 2023. Humphrey Percy, CEO of LRCH, said: “This final round of consultation will be a crucial step towards completing our plans for the world class entertainment resort. We have subjected our project to considerable rigour in recent months, transformed it, and in turn are creating an inspirational and deliverable scheme. We are encouraged that industry experts have fully endorsed our decision to pursue a multi-IP, two gate strategy. “We are delighted with progress on partnership agreements. We plan to build over 3,500 hotel rooms, operated by our new partner, Intercontinental Hotel Group; constructing the majority of the Resort and new roads and infrastructure with materials stored at and transported from Port of Tilbury, with whom we have recently signed an agreement. We are now in very detailed commercial negotiations regarding partners, the concepts they are embracing and some of the incredible creative propositions. “We are encouraged and supported by our local authority partners to take the time to get this right; we have listened to our stakeholders and will now be consulting the public early in 2018 and submitting the Development Consent Order application in Spring of 2018. Our grand opening date is planned for 2023. “The London Resort is a first for the UK. Not just because we are the first Business and Commercial Nationally Significant Infrastructure project, but more than that, together we are creating a Global Entertainment Resort without parallel in this country, propelling us into the top ten theme park resorts in the world. We are combining an investment of £3.2bn, just 17 minutes from the top tourist City destination in the world, alongside globally recognised brands, stories and characters from the world of television, film, books and games.” =================================================================================== "We are now in very detailed commercial negotiations regarding partners, the concepts they are embracing and some of the incredible creative propositions."
pj 1
08/3/2018
08:07
Have the Greeks woken up and actually done something? Amazing they can worry about environmental concerns from an ex-major airport, maybe Greek planes previously flew on solar energy? Anyway, maybe some movement with Hellinkon? https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-08/greece-eyes-investment-boom-to-lure-tourists-to-its-sun-and-sand ‎08‎ ‎March‎ ‎2018‎ ‎03‎:‎00‎ ‎GMT The country—the European Union’s sixth-most visited destination in 2016 based on Eurostat figures for nights spent by travellers—could take the industry to an all-new level if more resources are poured into it and if the state removed barriers that block the entry of new capital, the president of the Greek Tourism Confederation, known as SETE, says. Yiannis RetsosPhotographer: Roula Revi “While having almost 30 million tourists from May to September is a huge number, it could reach 40 million in a nine-month period if the tourism season were extended,” Retsos said in an interview in Athens. “The bet now is to enrich the tourism product and have added value that will attract not necessarily more, but richer tourists, so we can have more receipts.” Tourism is Greece’s biggest industry, with arrivals rising 10 percent in 2017 from the previous year to 27.2 million and generating revenue of just over 14.5 billion euros ($18 billion), according to Bank of Greece data. Travel and tourism contributed 32.8 billion euros to Greek economic output in 2016, accounting for 18.6 percent of Greek gross domestic product that year, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council. The London-based body expects that figure to rise to 23.8 percent of Greek output in 2027. In order to increase arrivals to 36 million and revenues to 20 billion euros by 2021, Greece needs investments worth 6 billion euros a year, Retsos said. “While this is a large number, there is foreign interest to invest,” he said, also calling for public investments. Gaining Momentum Greece wants to raise travel receipts by targeting richer tourists Bank of Greece Investors are interested in current tourist units and vacant buildings, according to Retsos. “There are many publicly owned buildings that could be used for tourism purposes such as in Athens where pension funds own properties that are empty and where there are plans to exploit them,” he said. In October, for example, the Hellenic Air Force’s social security fund leased for 40 years a building in central Athens’s Omonoia Square. The structure housed a hotel until 2008—when the collapse of Lehman Brothers set off a global financial crisis—and has been empty since. It may reopen as a hotel. Foreign investors are also looking at properties held by banks, Retsos said. Deals are already happening. In June last year, the Athens Ledra Hotel, operated by Marriott Hotels, was auctioned off by Alpha Bank AE and was acquired by a company controlled by U.S. property firm Hines for 33 million euros. For its part, the state needs to improve infrastructure such as ports, marinas and regional airports which will create added value, mainly for the Greek islands, Retsos said. “Infrastructure on the islands is still in the era of the 1960s and there is also a need to rejuvenate sewage and water provision systems,” he said. Investments are often delayed because of over-taxation, spatial planning and the insecurity that some investors feel when they come to Greece, Retsos said. That’s especially given the permits that may be needed for projects from bodies such as the archaeological council or forestry authority, he said. “In any other European countries such issues are solved before the beginning of the investment,” he said. The Hellinikon project, a landmark development included in Greece’s privatization plan since the country’s first bailout program in 2010, is an example of such delays. The investment was slowed by environmental concerns and deliberations over whether the site is archaeologically significant. In February, eight years after the site was put on the block, Greece’s Council of State finally ruled that the presidential decree for the planned investment at the site of the former Athens airport is both legal and constitutional. The higher sales tax in Greece also puts it at a competitive disadvantage, the official said. “It’s much more important for the tourism industry to cut the sales-tax rate rather than the corporate-tax rate,” Retsos said. The sales-tax rate is now at 13 percent for hotels, up from six percent in 2015, and at 24 percent for restaurants, increased from 13 percent previously. In contrast, Portugal applies a rate of six percent on hotels and 13 percent on restaurants. For Retsos, Greece now has to focus on changing its growth model so it can get more bang for its buck in quality tourism. “We have seen the bottom of the barrel and we have begun an upward trend, but Greece has to shift its growth model to focus on production,” he said.
pj 1
26/2/2018
09:31
If anyone who has not heard from me more directly has any specific questions or points they would like to raise regarding PEL, could they please let me have them either here, by direct message or via 'removed'. Also please identify yourself in any emails. TIA PJ
pj 1
21/2/2018
15:20
Not lowest ever price to be accurate . I bought a shed load at around 1.3 a18 months ago . With benefit of hindsight should have sold all at 6p but still in largely . Hoping for a big surprise! (Positively)
1savvyinvestor
17/2/2018
12:16
Depends how you look at it. Share price lowest ever. PEL turning over more money than ever. Recruiting more staff. Wanting to expand into bigger premises. Or has the work dried up and they are going under. Director bought 1.5M shares at 2.5p recently (you can't buy big blocks, a 200,000 buy jumps the price, a 1,500,000 either way would drop/rise the price 0.5p). Shortly we will know 2017 figures, we know roughly the turnover was near target, we can interpret it could have been a lot higher as two 2017 projects did not make it in that financial year. Potential to make profits of £2,000,000 on a P/E 10 = a share price of 11-12p. I was thinking of adding some more at todays price. Despite the fact I am miles down on my PEL investment already.
stiffybristol
15/2/2018
20:23
Currently uninvestable?
dontsweatit
13/2/2018
12:31
Things unbelievably quiet at PEL. They are even putting as news on their web site that they are excited to be presenting at museums show in 3 months!! Like watching paint dry!!
1savvyinvestor
06/2/2018
18:40
I've forgotten who I spoke to some time ago fft, but I remember being told there was almost Nil chance of the interim CFO becoming full time. Yes disappointing no replacement yet and an orderly hand over, but I suspect it's a position they are not going to rush into after the short stays of the previous two
pj 1
05/2/2018
15:57
Interim cfo departs (3 month contract apparently). Any effort made to keep him ? But, even after 3 months, no sign of a permanent cfo being appointed. Disappointing.
fft
03/2/2018
21:05
It was an (obviously)very poor attempt at humour :-// http://mello2018.com/
pj 1
03/2/2018
14:18
IF permission is granted...it may not be. It is a long way away from construction that is for sure and I would say construction in 2018 is probably not going to happen. Car Park for 150 cars and associated access would likely be 200K. It would need an acre of land as well. If it is 90,000 square feet. £6M is more likely for the total budget. Traditional building is hard to get under £100 per sq foot. I still don't know what MELLO is that link went to the song by Donavon.
stiffybristol
02/2/2018
21:07
''If planning permission is granted, it is intended that Paragon would make a start on constructing their building next year, with a view to occupying in 2019.'' ''constructing their building''- so it wont be leased. So all eyes on proposed funding. I haven't got a clue... £1million....£2million...? Grants? Cash flow? So many questions.........
pj 1
02/2/2018
20:46
''outline consent with means of access to be considered for the development of a creative, digital and media industries employment park and film studios''
pj 1
02/2/2018
20:43
Unsure if this is relevant/ related or not Planning – Application Summary Help with this page (opens in a new window) 2018/0097/SCN | EIA screening opinion request for (1) full planning permission for the erection of a building for creative digital and media use and associated works, including parking, servicing and access; and permanent change of use of existing buildings to commercial TV and film studios and associated services and activities; and (2) outline consent with means of access to be considered for the development of a creative, digital and media industries employment park and film studios (including A1, A3, D1 and C1 use class buildings) open space, landscaping, car parking and ancillary works | Leeds East Airport Busk Lane Church Fenton Tadcaster North Yorkshire LS24 9SE Back to search results Details Summary Further Information Contacts Important Dates Comments (0) Constraints (7) Documents Related Cases (1) Map Reference 2018/0097/SCN Alternative Reference Not Available Application Received Mon 29 Jan 2018 Application Validated Mon 29 Jan 2018 Address Leeds East Airport Busk Lane Church Fenton Tadcaster North Yorkshire LS24 9SE Proposal EIA screening opinion request for (1) full planning permission for the erection of a building for creative digital and media use and associated works, including parking, servicing and access; and permanent change of use of existing buildings to commercial TV and film studios and associated services and activities; and (2) outline consent with means of access to be considered for the development of a creative, digital and media industries employment park and film studios (including A1, A3, D1 and C1 use class buildings) open space, landscaping, car parking and ancillary works Status Awaiting decision Appeal Status Unknown Appeal Decision Not Available There are 0 cases associated with this application.
pj 1
02/2/2018
18:15
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=mello+yellow&&view=detail&mid=4E97D930897408BDB6154E97D930897408BDB615&&FORM=VDRVRV http://mello2018.com/
pj 1
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