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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sutton Harbour Group Plc LSE:SUH London Ordinary Share GB0008659202 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -2.63% 18.50 17.00 20.00 19.00 18.50 19.00 0.00 10:48:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 6.9 1.5 1.7 11.0 21

Sutton Harbour Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2013
13:23
something happening here??
edwardt
12/12/2012
12:08
Sold the rest of mine this am. Up with events for now imo. CR
cockneyrebel
12/12/2012
12:04
Got out first thing. Looks like it's going nowhere but down for some time; at a loss unfortunately. You live and learn.
cestnous
12/12/2012
11:50
philjeans:. Agreed - Massive execution risk - Given previous execution history "potential " burning of fingers - Or am I being too harsh? SP could well drift back significantly - Test lows - I am not sure. Not a stock to deal - Spread too wide.
pugugly
12/12/2012
11:35
Awful results. Nothing to get excited about here for a year or two. Glad I wasn't tempted.
philjeans
03/12/2012
13:16
I'm berthed at sutton, and the barbican is a great place. Their is some areas that could be improved, but likewise i would hate them to overdo things. This plan (182) sounds very grand, but the area of the old boatyard is still a deserted building site, maybe this needs addressing first....btw water taxi to china house???? its only a very short walk around...China house is quite good at the moment, and each time i've been in recently it has been quite busy on an evening. Prob with china house is that it does not really have any tourists strolling by, maybe this is what they are after with the water taxi...btw don't know if its been mentioned above, but head office has moved out of its building (and rented it out) into a smaller office right on the marina. ps, the marina staff are very good.
games
29/11/2012
12:21
Firming up again today. CR
cockneyrebel
29/11/2012
11:29
Monday, November 26, 2012 NeilShaw A BOARDWALK and water taxis could be added to Plymouth's historic quayside as part of a £75million masterplan. New restaurants, cafés, shops, offices and apartments would also spring up in a bid to turn Sutton Harbour into one of the country's top waterfront destinations. Plan for £75million upgrade to Sutton Harbour Plymouth's waterfront Twelve sites have been earmarked for development or improvement by Sutton Harbour Holdings (SHH) in 'Phase 3' of the harbour's rebirth. They include a new 'gateway building' off Exeter Street and improvements to the National Marine Aquarium, Fish Market and Cap'n Jaspers. The company unveiled its vision to city leaders last night, after meeting local businesses. Chief executive Jason Schofield told The Herald an outline planning application would be submitted within weeks – with the aim of completing the first of the work within three years. He said SHH, which has been developing the history-rich harbour for 20 years, was entering an "exciting chapter". The company also recently revealed a controversial masterplan to develop on the city's airport land – and is due to start work in the New Year on a new marina at Millbay. "We've got to grasp this opportunity," Mr Schofield said. "Most European cities would die to have this waterfront – it's a real jewel in the crown. "I believe Sutton Harbour should be of not just national importance but of international importance. We want to make it a world-class waterfront destination." Bringing the proposals to life would create as many as 4,000 jobs, Mr Schofield said. A total of 350,000 sq ft is included in the masterplan, which is now being circulated among big businesses and other potential tenants and development partners. An organic food outlet has already been lined up for Quay Point, while 'pop-up shops' could use a pod planned for Quay Road and a new mixed-use building could emerge in Brunswick Place. The proposed multi-million-pound boardwalk at Vauxhall Quay would allow visitors to walk the entire perimeter of the harbour, while a landing point for a water taxi could go next to the China House. "This is all about swelling the numbers," Mr Schofield added. "We want to get more people walking around the harbour, visiting the businesses." A huge marketing campaign will swing into action next year aimed at boosting footfall. Locals will be able to sign up for an 'Experience Card' offering savings in shops and restaurants. Plymouth Waterfront Partnership chairman Chris Arscott said the plans were a "perfect fit" with the organisation's own targets. The plans must be approved by city planners before they get the go-ahead.
doodlebug4
09/11/2012
17:55
"Buy Sutton Harbour at 28p" ? It's been a couple of weeks since the share price was 28p -gone up a bit since then, but still a good buy at the current price!
doodlebug4
03/11/2012
13:20
remains to be seen what hidden value is in there and can be extracted. CR
cockneyrebel
03/11/2012
12:21
It might have been awash with value at 20p, but not after recent rises in the share price imo. It doesn't even pay a dividend.
topvest
02/11/2012
16:54
The only thing he is short of is brain tissue.
cestnous
02/11/2012
16:30
sir retardo may well have to use some toilet paper, never mind an !
doodlebug4
02/11/2012
16:25
sir retardo may well have a good reason to use an ! when he gets his trading statement at the close if he is actually short.
edwardt
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