Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Renew Holdings Plc LSE:RNWH London Ordinary Share GB0005359004 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.13% 750.00 749.00 760.00 760.00 747.00 747.00 23,977 16:29:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 791.0 40.8 38.7 19.4 591

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Great to see the Chairman buying £40,000 of shares at 677p.

Certainly encouraging as it's so unusual! Most intriguingly, it's just before the year end and the closed period.....

Which suggests that things might be going rather well, with the year end trading update due any time soon.

Director / PDMR Shareholding

Renew (AIM: RNWH), the Engineering Services Group supporting UK infrastructure, announces that David Brown, Chairman, has notified the Company that earlier today he purchased 5,878 ordinary shares of 10p each in the Company at a price of 677p per share.

As a result, David Brown's holding in the Company is now 12,920 shares representing 0.016% of the issued share capital.

AmcoGiffen and Carnell have teamed up on a new JV for a 6 year National Highways framework which has already commenced:


New Highways Joint Venture Delivering for National Highways

AGC has almost completed its first project as a leading provider of road restraint systems (RRS) for National Highways, on their six-year Scheme Delivery Framework, which commenced in 2021.

The scheme located in the East Midlands, is carrying out safety barriers, find and fix work on M69 junction 1 to M1 junction 21 to create safer journeys for customers.

AGC, which comprises AmcoGiffen and Carnell will deliver barrier and fencing works in the central super region, and north west and north east regions.

The joint venture expertly marries highways with rail delivery methods and means that we can draw upon different skills and capabilities from both sister organisations, adding strength, combining competencies and specialist abilities.....

.....This is just a flavour of some of the activities that AGC will offer to help National Highways safely deliver an intense programme of investment over the coming years.

Bryan Kennedy, Operations Director, AmcoGiffen, said: “I’m excited that AGC has started its journey with National Highways and can bring fresh new ideas to support their crucial delivery plans. Our collective expertise means we’re able to innovate, adapt and flex to meet the needs of National Highways and its customers as it moves through RIS2 and beyond. We know that AGC will play a key role in helping National Highways future-proof our strategic road network and we’re delighted to be a part of that.”

Good to see RNWH described as "exciting" by Chris McVey of the FP Octopus UK Multi Cap Income Fund :o))


"The FP Octopus UK Multi Cap Income Fund blends UK shares from across the entire British equity market to construct a portfolio capable of above-market earnings and dividend growth throughout the economic cycle.

The fund seeks to generate an attractive and growing dividend yield. It benefits from being able to pick stocks where we see the most attractive opportunities at the most exciting valuations, regardless of a company’s size.

Following the recent market turbulence, many companies have seen their share prices disconnect from the underlying business performance, particularly within the small and midcap sectors.

We are therefore fortunate to have a large number of exciting opportunities on very attractive ratings."

"Engineering long-term growth

Renew Holdings (Aim: RNWH) is a UK-focused engineering-support services provider. It operates on some of the country’s most challenging infrastructure networks, including rail, water and energy.

The business operates with strong market positions underpinned by long-term, non-discretionary spending cycles. The company’s commercial agreements are also partly pegged to inflation, which allows it to better manage the challenge of increasing prices that are inflicting pain on many other UK shares.

The group has seen revenues rise by over 13% in the latest half-year report. Given the ongoing need for infrastructure spending in the UK, partly driven by the levelling-up agenda and the “greening” of the economy, we think Renew will continue to make significant progress."

A large drop with a trading update on the horizon?
Somebody unlucky got a rogue sell this am at 30p below the others, still was only 200 shares . Haven't noticed one of those for a while.
wad collector
Both Amco and QTS are amongst those working on a £116.6m rail project in Scotland for Network Rail now and through until 2023:


"Sure"? Let's see the evidence!
It's a sector-wide issue, I am sure that her sewage is nicer than yours or mine.
wad collector
Let's hope she doesn't bring any sewage problems with her.

18 Jul 2022Press release Yorkshire Water fined £1.6M for sewage pollution Yorkshire Water has been fined £1,600,750 for polluting a Bradford watercourse in a prosecution brought by the Environment Agency."

Impressive new NED appointment today - as ex-CEO of Yorkshire Water and with over 12 years' experience in the regulated water sector she should bring lots of contacts and insights in helping to grow RNWH's water division:


Good news for Clarke Telecom (not posted before I think - from an article dated 4 days ago). Looks like a lot of work:


"Emergency Services Network

Separately, the UK government is financing the construction of a new emergency services network (ESN) across the UK. Built and operated by EE, with equipment provided by Motorola Solutions, the ESN will also consist of 292 Extended Area Service (EAS) sites financed by the UK government to ensure coverage in some of the most remote parts of the UK. These EAS towers will be available for other mobile operators to offer commercial services as part of their SRN network committment. Achieving the coverage data shown in Exhibit 1 will depend upon the availability of these EAS sites.

Project Status and Schedule

Operators in Phase 1 are in the process of securing sites, reaching rental and access agreements with site owners and obtaining the necessary permissions from planning authorities. Although a small number of PNS sites have already been deployed, the main build out is expected to start sometime in 2H 2022. Clearly, progress will depend on cooperation with the various rural communities. Counterpoint Research understands that two of the operators are expected to announce their preferred hardware vendors within the next month or so.

In the case of Phase 2, contracts to design and build the towers, install base station hardware and manage the TNS sites have been awarded with the winning bidders being: Clarke Telecom, Killarney Telecommunications, Mitie Technical Facilities Management and WHP Telecoms. In addition, a tender notice to supply the backhaul transmission network for the TNS sites was issued in May 2022."

I don't fully understand the machinations of the market system.

This cancelled trade reported 29th July.

29-Jul-22 16:30:13 742.00 -1,850 Unknown* 787.00 713.00 -13.73k O

29-Jul-22 16:30:13 742.00 1,850 Buy* 741.00 730.00 13.73k O

Can someone explain what goes on here especially in regard to the great difference in the bid/ask prices at same time?

Yes, strange large increase when the volume of reported sales are almost equal to purchases. Something going on in the background? Also not complaining!
Yep, lovely rise. Volumes are so small in these markets, it doesn't take much to push shares up, with some half decent buying..
No news I can se either , but certainly a healthy rebound.

To me the question was more why it dropped than why it is recovering.It allowed me to buy a few more at 690 so not complaining.

wad collector
Buys coming in at 779p and now 789p....perhaps more/larger trades will be reported later since these are relatively small.

Overhang cleared? Something occurring? Maybe even takeover interest (there has been mention of this being a possibility in the past)? Or simply a re-rating taking RNWH nearer to where it should be valued.

Looking good now. And ended the day strongly with several buys at or around the full 730p offer price.
Interesting Amco project/contract:-

jeff h
Thanks for that. It is interesting to look at the projects section of the Amco Giffin website. I was surprised how many were non rail related - motorway work etc.
Good to see AmcoGiffen and Network Rail working so closely together:


The new Sizewell C nuclear power plant has just been given the go-ahead, costing £20 billion:

This should be good news for RNWH given Seymour Civil's existing large presence at Sizewell B (and Sellafield etc).

Thanks for that link though it is an advert from Octopus , only mention is

Renew Holdings Plc
Renew Holdings plc provides specialist engineering services to maintain and develop energy, environmental and infrastructure assets. The holding company operates a number of subsidiary businesses that provide engineering services to the UK infrastructure market. Key sectors include highways, rail, nuclear, water, and telecoms.

In FY 2021, the business generated £791 million in revenue and £41.13 million in profit. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Octopus has been an investor in the business since 2007 and is currently its largest shareholder.

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