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Mccarthy & Stone Says Nigel Turner, Chief Operating Officer - Build TO Leave
Mccarthy & Stone HY Revenue £101.1 Mln Vs £280.5 Mln
M&G Plc Discloses 4.48% Stake In McCarthy & Stone As At June 8 - Filing
McCarthy & Stone PLC is a United Kingdom-based developer and manager of retirement communities. The Company buys land and then builds, sells and manages retirement developments. Its product ranges include Retirement Living and Retirement Living PLUS, which provide mainly one and two-bedroom apartments across the United Kingdom with varying levels of support and care for older people. Retirement Living developments provide independence in private apartments designed specifically for the over-60s, as well as facilities, such as communal lounges and guest suites that support companionship. Retirement Living PLUS developments, which are designed specifically for the over-70s, offer all of this plus more on-site facilities such as restaurants, well-being suites and function rooms.
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Paul J. Lester
Group Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Martin James Abell
Chief Financial Officer, Director
Chief Operating Officer - Services and Customers, Executive Director
Adam David Batty
Group General Counsel and Company Secretary
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Retirement-home builder McCarthy & Stone Plc <MCS.L> swung to a 25 million pound ($31.5 million) loss in the first half of 2020 and warned of more damage to come, as COVID-19 restrictions on housing transactions slashed its number of completed sales.
Retirement-home builder McCarthy & Stone Plc swung to a 25 million pound ($31.5 million) loss in the first half of 2020 and warned of more damage to come, as COVID-19 restrictions on housing transactions slashed its number of completed sales.
British housebuilder Persimmon <PSN.L> and retirement home developer McCarthy & Stone <MCS.L> are starting an orderly shutdown of their construction sites in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the companies said on Wednesday.
Retirement-home builder McCarthy & Stone scrapped its full-year dividend on Wednesday and said it expects a "material impact" on trading in the coming months due to the coronavirus outbreak.
UK shares continued their rebound, albeit in subdued trading, after a steep sell-off earlier this week on rising fears over the potential impact from the coronavirus, while dealers also looked ahead to a U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting.
Retirement homebuilder McCarthy & Stone Plc said on Wednesday posted a 66 percent drop in pretax profit for the first-half, as it racked up one-time costs of 14 million pounds related to its new business plan to beef up margins.
Retirement homebuilder McCarthy & Stone said on Wednesday its orders as of April was 17 percent behind last year and it posted a 66 percent drop in pretax profit for the first half of 2019.
McCarthy & Stone <MCS.L>, Britain's biggest builder of sheltered housing for retirees, trimmed the top end of its profit forecast for 2018 on Thursday, less than three months after warning profit would fall compared to last year.
Britain's biggest builder of homes for retirees, McCarthy & Stone, trimmed its full-year profit forecast on Thursday, months after issuing a profit warning citing cautious consumer spending and economic uncertainty.
Shares of McCarthy & Stone Plc <MCS.L> fell 22 percent on Tuesday to a record low after forecasting a drop in full-year profit and said its chief executive officer, Clive Fenton, would step down.
* H1 PROFIT BEFORE TAX OF 10.5 MILLION STG VERSUS 21.8 MILLION STG A YEAR AGO
Britain's McCarthy & Stone <MCS.L> said it expected modest growth in the next two years due to a decline in land exchanges and planning consents in the half-year, following a government proposal to set ground rents.
* FY18 FORWARD ORDER BOOK INCLUDING LEGAL COMPLETIONS CURRENTLY STANDS AT £366M (FY17:£323M)
* NOTES MEDIA COMMENTARY REGARDING PROPOSAL BY DEPARTMENT FOR COMMUNITIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT (DCLG) TO REDUCE GROUND RENTS ON NEW LONG LEASES TO ZERO
* TOTAL DIVIDEND 5.4 PENCE PER SHARE VERSUS 4.5 PENCE PER SHARE YEAR AGO
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