Conygar CEO, Robert Ware discusses the company's Property Development Projects in Wales

Tuesday, Feb 08 2011 by
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CEO Robert Ware gives an overview of the plans for Conygar Investment Company (LON:CIC)'s marina and leisure development Projects in Wales (Holyhead, Fishguard & Pembroke Dock).

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The Conygar Investment Company PLC is a property investment and development company dealing primarily in the United Kingdom property. The Company's principal activity is property trading, property investment, acquiring property assets with development and investment potential, and investing in companies with property assets. Its segments include Investment properties and Development properties. Its Investment properties are owned or leased by it for long-term income and for capital appreciation, and its trading properties are owned or leased with the intention to sell. Its Development properties include sites, developments in the course of construction and sites available for sale. Its investment property portfolio includes industrial properties, which are located in Blantyre, Kettering, Stratford Upon Avon and Witham; leisure property in Dundee; offices in Aberdeen, Ashby de la Zouch, Dundee, Warrington and Wolverhampton, and retail warehouses at Birmingham and Coventry. more »

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repobear 6th Dec '11 1 of 1

Interesting thread over on TMF;-)

http://boards.fool.co.uk/this-interview-was-conducted-with-two-of-the-12426673.aspx

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