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Scotgold Di LSE:SGZ London Ordinary Share AU000XINEAK5 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 34.00p 33.00p 35.00p 34.00p 34.00p 34.00p 10,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.4 -6.0 - 15.52

Scotgold Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/12/2018
11:07
Anyone know what is holding them up from starting?
mineng
14/11/2018
20:48
Now now shylock , don't call yourself a Monkey your just a guy that struggles to make his bonus ! lol
vfb1888
14/11/2018
18:32
You blame the monkey, I blame the organ grinder whose name appears on today's falsified RNS. No wonder IIs steer clear of this comedy of errors with its novice CEO.
pr100
14/11/2018
17:49
Only paper holders would get written notice, but it should be available on-line and isn't. Down to the Company Secretary anyway.
steelwatch
14/11/2018
17:44
Hey Shylock, maybe you didn't get one because you're not a shareholder.
vfb1888
14/11/2018
17:36
What a farce! Even I assumed that the hapless Gray wouldn't be able to mess up the AGM but, hey presto, most shareholders didn't hear about the AGM date until today and certainly didn't receive the mythical notification allegedly dated 1 November. So the required 14 days' notice has not been given and Scotgold could be forced to cancel this AGM and reconvene in a compliant manner for a public company. Please, please, please find a CEO who knows the time of day.
pr100
14/11/2018
15:07
Londonistan!
glenalmond
14/11/2018
14:55
LOL - Scotgold Resources Limited (AIM:SGZ) announces that its Annual General Meeting ("AGM") will be held at 10.30am (GMT) on Tuesday, 27 November 2018 at the Thistle Hyde Park Hotel, 90 - 92 Lancaster Gate, London, W2 3NR. The Notice of Meeting was sent to Scotgold shareholders on 01 November 2018.
steelwatch
14/11/2018
12:20
Perhaps negotiate Squancey to look at Scotgold's website? Dr Michael Squance - HEAD OF IT DEVELOPMENT Affectionately known to the Terravesta team as ‘Squancey̵7;, Michael is an IT genius who overcomes any technical challenge we throw at him. He has a vital role in overseeing our internal management systems, our newsletter, the website and our data. He’s also heavily involved with our plant breeding research and records real harvest and crop handling information. Michael not only brings IT expertise, but has an in-depth understanding of Miscanthus, having formerly worked on the 'GIANT LINK' seed breeding project we ran with Aberystwyth University.
glenalmond
14/11/2018
12:16
Https://www.terravesta.com/#terravesta
glenalmond
14/11/2018
12:14
Great find Steely. Very interesting!
glenalmond
14/11/2018
09:53
https://www.eastmidlandsbusinesslink.co.uk/mag/finance/2m-investment-made-into-lincoln-plant-based-renewable-energy-business/
steelwatch
14/11/2018
08:43
Unless you and Nat know something we don't, Scotgold is still a public company subject to stock market rules and not the rules for private companies. And for as long as that remains the case, there will definitely be an AGM at least once per annum. Even our hapless CEO will get that right.
pr100
14/11/2018
04:17
28th November last year, Steel. That would have been two weeks from today last year. However Https://www.companylawclub.co.uk/law-on-company-general-meetings seems (to me) to suggest they're not obligatory. Annual General Meetings There is no requirement for a private company to hold an AGM, though some companies' articles, drafted when there was a statutory requirement to hold an AGM, will still provide for one to be held. In such cases the company must continue to comply with its articles until they are amended. There is nothing to stop a company to hold an AGM even if it is not required to do so. The usual business of an AGM is to receive the annual accounts and directors' report and, in some companies to elect directors and/or auditors. Even if there is not going to be an AGM to discuss the accounts, they still have to be distributed to the shareholders. Procedures These vary from company to company and are determined by the interplay of the Companies Act and the articles. There are statutory rules governing the period of notice that must be given for a meeting (sec307 - sec313). The minimum statutory period for any type of meeting is now 14 days (sec307), though a company's articles may require a longer period, and a meeting can be held on short notice with the written consent of a majority (90 or 95%, depending on the articles) of the members. I would be glad to be stood corrected, as I assumed they were an annual obligation.
glenalmond
13/11/2018
17:03
AGM notification must be due anytime now..
steelwatch
13/11/2018
16:36
https://twitter.com/GrahamScotgold/status/1062378849353322496
steelwatch
30/10/2018
04:00
https://twitter.com/GrahamScotgold/status/1056997541785538561
steelwatch
22/10/2018
19:01
Https://eplanning.lochlomond-trossachs.org/OnlinePlanning/search.do?action=simple&searchType=Application Notice of service disruption on Tuesday 23rd October There will be minor disruptions to service on this site due to scheduled upgrade work. Any down time will be kept to a minimum. Please contact planning@lochlomond-trossachs.org if you have any questions regarding this notice.
glenalmond
22/10/2018
18:57
Steelwatch's first 13:15 link reads: "Gold and silver mine in Cononish Glen The planning application for a gold and silver mine in Cononish Glen, near Tyndrum was approved on 19th October 2018. Following completion of a legal agreement, the Decision Notice has now been issued for this application which was granted planning permission at a public hearing in February. The applicant is now required to discharge a number of pre-start planning conditions before work can begin on the mine. The National Park Authority has secured a unique package that will deliver multiple benefits for the area in order to reduce the impact to the landscape and recreational access during the mines operation and to support the long term improvements to Cononish Glen’s natural heritage. This includes the Greater Cononish Glen Management Plan (valued at £268,000 in total) which will deliver a range of landscape and recreational improvements, habitat management and native tree planting. The developer has also agreed to contribute £425,000 (£25,000 per annum) for visitor and conservation projects in the Strathfillan community area and across the National Park. The Countryside Trust will distribute the funds with 30% to be spent in the Strathfillan area and 70% across the National Park. A Restoration and Aftercare bond of £537,000 has been secured through the Section 75 legal agreement. The bond is in place to ensure that adequate finance is available in the event of a future default by the applicant in relation to the restoration of the site and aftercare costs. A voluntary contribution from the developer has also been agreed. Over 16 years a total of £490,000 will be donated to the Strathfillan Development Trust although this was not a material planning consideration in determining the application. Although in the short term there will be an adverse impact in the Cononish Glen, in the long term the glen will be greatly improved, leaving a lasting positive impact through the remediation of the site and The Greater Cononish Glen Management Plan. The mine will also bring a range of social and economic benefits for the local community and wider area through the creation of jobs. You can view the decision notice including the planning conditions, legal agreement and approved plans, on the e-planning portal using the reference 2017/0254/MIN." The day is drawing nearer people :)
glenalmond
22/10/2018
13:43
In view of the fact, stated therein, that today's decision notice RNS contains inside information, it was not the smartest move by NLR to announce his (token) share purchase beforehand. The regulators may deem it insider trading as it is not impossible that NLR was given the nod about the decision notice prior to his share purchase on 18 October. Meanwhile, the hapless CEO hopes that mine development will begin in "the very near future" which is a load of misleading cobblers and should not be in this RNS.
pr100
22/10/2018
12:34
Richard Gray, Chief Executive Officer of Scotgold commented: "The issuance of this Decision Notice is a major milestone towards the commencement of development and ultimate commercial production. We are hopeful that the efforts that have been made in satisfying the conditions and the constructive engagement of the various agencies will result in the commencement of Cononish in the very near future. In parallel with the work to satisfy the conditions, the Company has been busy preparing for work on the ground and we look forward to the prospect of actioning these plans."
glenalmond
22/10/2018
12:15
https://www.lochlomond-trossachs.org/planning/planning-applications/major-planning-applications/gold-silver-mine-cononish-glen/ https://eplanning.lochlomond-trossachs.org/OnlinePlanning/files/821403871F7A433B3CB56EB6A91179F0/pdf/2017_0254_MIN-Decision_notice_final-100318471.pdf
steelwatch
22/10/2018
10:22
It's misleading for Scotgold to continue to claim in the 2018 annual report that they still have an Au 7.9g/t resource in the stockpile. From the stockpile grades previously reported during the process, the Au grade is well below that figure. But maybe that's why they left 0.5t of the stockpile unprocessed: while there are a few rocks left, they may be legally entitled not to report the Au grade and therefore not adjust the overall resource estimate - and indeed, not write it down on the balance sheet as part of the annual impairment review. Shoddy tactics if so. Maybe that residual little pile of rocks - which presumably will now never be processed - also gives them some justification for not telling shareholders what price they got for the concentrates. It's shocking that this key metric has still not been revealed - but then Scotgold acts like a private members club with only 1.5 members. Even wee Graham/vfb/Baz/TLC, or whatever he is calling himself today, isn't being told…however many times he calls in.
pr100
22/10/2018
08:29
There's often only one reason for an AIM issuer chairman to announce a very modest purchase of shares. So, placing ahoy?
pr100
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