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House building 'number one priority' for Hammond's budget

House building is the “number one priority” in the Budget and the “powers of the state” will be used to force construction numbers up to 300,000 per year, the Chancellor has promised.

The week ahead in business and finance

Ladbrokes Coral’s update is considered largely academic to investors as bricks-and-mortar bookies await their fate in the Government’s review into the gambling sector. A 12-week consultation, which began last month, will decide how low the maximum stake in FOBTs will be with a £2 verdict from its current £100 limit considered disastrous for the likes of Ladbrokes and William Hill. (5-0)

UPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Nov 10

2017-11-10 reuters
Nov 10 (Reuters) - Britain’s FTSE 100 index is seen opening 13 points higher at 7,497 on Friday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures up 0.11 percent ahead of the cash market open. (55-1)

F-35 one step closer as RAF Marham runway intersection resurfacing completed

2017-10-06 asdnews
Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has completed the resurfacing of the intersection of the 2 runways at RAF Marham as part of a larger programme of investment.

Galliford Try PLC ADR 2017 Q4 - Results - Earnings Call Slides

2017-09-13 seekingalpha
The following slide deck was published by Galliford Try PLC ADR in conjunction with their 2017 Q4 earnings call.

Galliford Try avoids large infrastructure projects as charge on legacy contracts hits profits

The developer and construction company Galliford Try has said it will no longer bid for large fixed-price infrastructure contracts after its profits were hit by a charge on legacy contracts. 

Pound jumps past $1.33 against dollar ahead of crucial wage growth data

Lagging wage growth is the focal point for the markets this morning with the ONS' figures expected to show the gap between pay and rising prices continuing to widen.

Total Voting Rights

2017-08-07 londonstockexchange
In accordance with the requirements of the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rule 5.6.1, the total number of ordinary shares of 50 pence of Galliford Try plc in issue as at 31 July 2017 was 82,888,851.  Each share carries the right to one vote.  There are no shares held in treasury.

Carillion's risky road shows the short, sharp shocks of building for the long term

The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route was billed as a “major infrastructure project that will significantly ­improve travel in north east Scotland”. But, for Carillion at least, it has turned out to be a major headache that significantly hurt its finances.

Annual Financial Report

2017-07-14 londonstockexchange
A copy of the Company's Annual Report for the year ended 30 April 2017 will shortly be available to view and download from the dedicated page on Chelverton Asset Management’s website  Neither the contents of this website nor the contents of any website accessible from hyperlinks on this website (or any other website) is incorporated into or forms part of this announcement.

Galliford shares soar as it soothes investors' worries on contract woes

Shares in housing regeneration specialist Galliford Try soared after it said its profits this year would be ahead of expectations.

Miners, banks lift European shares; Pearson jumps after Penguin stake sale

2017-07-11 reuters
LONDON European shares made modest gains for a second session on Tuesday as strength among miners and banks lent a helping hand.

Trading Statement

2017-07-11 londonstockexchange
Galliford Try plc, the housebuilding, regeneration and construction group, today provides the following update on trading for the year ended 30 June 2017.  All figures are as at 30 June 2017, unless otherwise stated, and all comparatives relate to the prior year equivalent period. The Group expects to announce its results for the full year on 13 September 2017.

It's controversial but crucial for London's future: how can you make regeneration work? 

Inside, councillors were discussing a hugely controversial scheme to regenerate the north London borough, which has the highest level of wage inequality in the country.

Bovis sets aside more cash to deal with faulty homes scandal

Bovis has set aside more money to compensate for poor quality homes it built in a scandal that cost the company its chief executive and resulted in a profit warning.