Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Renew Holdings 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
  +1.75p +0.38% 458.75p 451.75p 459.75p 458.75p 458.75p 458.75p 16,813.00 12:02:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 525.7 19.4 17.1 26.8 285.88

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/4/2017
10:22
rated number 64 in IC's best 100 aim companies
mfhmfh
18/4/2017
14:11
run profits according to ST in IC today
mfhmfh
12/4/2017
16:16
Nice one rivaldo. Anyone seen any Brown looking one eyed Scottish Brown around ???? Its all the TAXPAYER aint it , pay up or U IS GULITY , anyone for BENEFITS ?????
hvs
12/4/2017
13:40
Great news today - a new Lower Thames Crossing, with a two-mile tunnel beneath the river Thames to the M25, has been announced by the Government. Given AMCO's expertise in tunnelling it's surely a given that they'll be heavily involved - and this is a huge £4.3-£5.9 billion undertaking. Here's AMCO's web site: Http://www.amco.co.uk/rail/projects And here's the story: Http://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/lower-thames-crossing-new-twomile-m25-tunnel-beneath-river-is-announced-by-goverment-a3513426.html EDIT - Thinking about it RNWH's main contractor is Network Rail, but presumably their skills are transferable to road tunnels, and there can't be many such specialists still around.
rivaldo
10/4/2017
13:53
Do we really want this guy Brown? Well you sems to have done very well Scottish one eyed "GOD" Brown . Sold the country down the tubes in partnership with RMT and his buddy Ed with NO BALLS . lol !!!!! So does we need a BROWN ????? Is he a member of the RMT ?????
hvs
07/4/2017
11:03
FYI this was Finncap's view after Monday's trading update: "High ROCE and strong cash flow BUY Renew has confirmed that trading for the first half of the year is in line with Board expectations and ahead of last year. We make no changes to our forecasts and reiterate our view that Renew has attractive and relatively low-risk growth prospects. The vast majority of Renew's work is on large, long-term, non-discretionary frameworks providing repair and maintenance services that are fundamental to the UK's energy, gas, water, telecoms and rail infrastructure. With ROCE significantly ahead of the peer group, a strong balance sheet (a net cash position is expected at September 2017) and the prospect of reinvesting cash flow into enhancing acquisitions, we reiterate our Buy rating and 586p target. Essential services efficiently delivered. In our note on 25 January 2017 we highlighted that Renew provides essential services into infrastructure frameworks, has high barriers to entry, strong cash flow and rising margins."
rivaldo
06/4/2017
09:22
DB will bring loads of experience and contacts, not only as regards Go-Ahead, but also TfL - where there is currently lots of new business to be won for RNWH, particularly for the new acquisition Giffen. I'm grateful he's bringing his knowledge to bear on RNWH's behalf - I really don't care about issues at Go-Ahead :o))
rivaldo
06/4/2017
08:09
Do we really want this guy Brown? He can't even make his trains run on time. His judgement should be called into question. Sort the RMT first, then he may have some contribution to make. We can always vote him down.
irenekent
05/4/2017
11:19
Thank you rivaldo for the above. Perhaps the monkeys at RMT will have something to say.
hvs
05/4/2017
07:32
RNWH's Seymour Civil Engineering have won work on a "major" new development in Yorkshire: Https://www.minsterfm.com/news/local/2260591/work-starts-on-new-development-in-northallerton/ "2:26pm 3rd April 2017 Work on a major new development in north Northallerton – including a link road and bridge between Darlington and Stokesley roads – gets underway this week. Construction teams from Persimmon Homes and Taylor Wimpey have moved on to the site to begin preparing the land for work to begin on the initial 300 homes and the road. It means a plan to create around 1000 new homes, a school, retail space, sport and recreational areas and sites for businesses – and the new road – will finally come to fruition.... .....The new homes will be constructed by Persimmon and Taylor Wimpey with the first phase of road construction overseen by Seymour Civil Engineering."
rivaldo
04/4/2017
22:30
Hmm, welcome aboard.... It does rather raise the wider question about directors who sit on multiple boards. Yes they have a good network and experience outside one company , but do they really put much into each one? Answers to Gordon Brown...
wad collector
04/4/2017
12:10
hvs. Perhaps this piece in the Business Commentary column of The Times will give you a clue - albeit a little "tongue in cheek": ____________________ Go ahead, why not? David Brown, the Go-Ahead boss, has had hardly anything on lately. Not running Southern rail only takes up so much time for the man whose group owns 65 per cent of operator Govia Thameslink Railway. And one look at the Go-Ahead share price shows you how relaxed he can be: it’s down a mere 35 per cent in 12 months. So no wonder he’s decided now is the ideal time to take on another job. He’s just signed up to become a non-executive director of Renew, an engineer worth £280 million or two and a half times less than Go-Ahead. Even better, he chose the very day Southern’s drivers rejected, for the second time, a peace deal put to them by union Aslef. That all points to more strikes down the track, on top of the roughly 40 days lost in a year after action from them and the RMT’s conductors. The passengers will be delighted, then, to see Mr Brown pocketing about £35,000 a year moonlighting at another company. He says it’ll all be “manageable221; and the Go-Ahead board “want me to do these things to expand my knowledge”. In which case, the board, chaired by Andrew Allner, needs its collective head examined. Right now, Go-Ahead should be Mr Brown’s sole focus. There’s one way for him to renew his reputation and it’s got nothing to do with an engineering company.
grahamburn
04/4/2017
08:54
Cant understand why the moneys at the RMT are so vocal about new board appointment especially since they are useless at runnung the tube system or trains. Is the RMT full of RED NUTTERS ????
hvs
04/4/2017
08:51
Cant understand why the monkeys at the RMT are so vocal about new board appointment especially since they are useless at runnung the tube system or trains. Is the RMT full of RED NUTTERS ????
hvs
04/4/2017
06:49
Analyst comment FYI: Http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/go-ahead-chief-joins-renew-1-8473082 Extract: "The appointment was announced alongside a positive trading update and the group said trading is ahead of the same time last year. A​nalyst Guy Hewitt at FinnCap said: ​“Renew has confirmed that trading for the first half of the year is in line with ​b​oard expectations and ahead of last year. ​“​; We reiterate our view that Renew has attractive and relatively low-risk growth prospects. “The vast majority of Renew’s work is on large, long-term, non-discretionary frameworks providing repair and maintenance services that are fundamental to the UK’s energy, gas, water, telecoms and rail infrastructure. “​W̴3;e reiterate our Buy rating and 586p target.​“ Renew said that as previously indicated, it anticipates reporting a modest net debt position when it announces interim results on May 23 as a result of the acquisition of Giffen Holdings last October. The board expects to report a net cash position by this September.​"
rivaldo
03/4/2017
10:55
Finncap today reiterate their Buy and 586p target.
rivaldo
03/4/2017
09:18
Aren't they all subsidiaries of Go-Ahead Group though?
cockerhoop
03/4/2017
09:13
And if I've counted correctly, he's a director of 77 other companies according to that announcement... His "wealth of additional knowledge and experience" is spread very thinly! Gengulphus
gengulphus
03/4/2017
07:18
Good trading update today - succinct and to the point as usual, with trading ahead of last year and net cash on the way despite the acquisition of Giffen. Plus an impressive sounding new non-exec appointment: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/renew-holdings-plc--rnwh-/rns/board-appointment/201704030700112378B/ "Renew (AIM: RNWH), the Engineering Services Group supporting UK infrastructure, announces the appointment of David Brown as a Non-Executive Director, with immediate effect. David Brown is currently Group Chief Executive of The Go-Ahead Group Plc, a position he has held since 2011. Prior to that, Mr Brown was Managing Director of Surface Transport for Transport for London and Chief Executive of Go-Ahead's London Bus business. Renew's Chairman, Roy Harrison OBE said: "I very much welcome David to our board. He will bring a wealth of additional knowledge and experience, particularly in the transport sector in which we have substantial operational involvement."
rivaldo
31/3/2017
11:56
check out NMD if you like this share Riv....looks like legacy issues have been dealt with IMO, worth a look anyway, DYOR.
qs99
31/3/2017
09:08
Finncap today reiterate their Buy and 586p target: Https://www.thecerbatgem.com/2017/03/30/renew-holdings-plcs-rnwh-buy-rating-reiterated-at-finncap-updated-updated.html
rivaldo
29/3/2017
20:03
wad collector Sounds like some "serious discussion" after what is after all a considerable fall in share price . No doubt as usual my comments will be rejected but I would be interested in the views of other realistic opinion.
mayers
28/3/2017
11:29
Tempting , but I am keeping most of my powder dry ; I still think the whole market is vulnerable to a correction which would bring RNWH down , especially as the price is not strongly supported on current earnings . It is more about potential than current. You wouldn't buy it for the 1.8% current yield.
wad collector
28/3/2017
09:29
top-op opportunity?
mfhmfh
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