About Sutton Harbour Group PLC
Sutton Harbour Group PLC
Sutton Harbour Group plc owns and operates Sutton Harbour, Plymouth’s historic waterfront and top UK visitor destination offering some of the region’s most popular visitor attractions, events calendar, and best-loved bars, restaurants and cafes amidst cobbled streets awash with maritime history.
Sutton Harbour’s businesses include: Plymouth Fisheries, one of the top three fish markets in England; Sutton Harbour Marina & King Point Marina; Property investment and regeneration; Car parking facilities in the harbour.
Sutton Harbour Group is leading the regeneration of the waterfront in Britain’s Ocean City. New mixed-use developments will deliver the beauty of marina living in beautifully designed surroundings overlooking the historic harbourside and close to the heart of the city centre.
Welcome to our Investor Centre. Sutton Harbour Group plc is listed on the London Alternative Investment Market, a sub market of the London Stock Exchange.
Sutton Harbour Group plc is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers. Here we aim to provide general information for existing and potential investors.
What we do
Sutton Harbour Group plc, listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange since 1996, is the parent company of a number of subsidiary companies including:
- Plymouth Fisheries, one of the top three fish markets in England
- Sutton Harbour Marina and King Point Marina at Millbay
- Businesses engaged in waterfront property investment
- Various car parking facilities in Plymouth
Plymouth City Airport Limited, the company holding the legal interest of the former airport site. Sutton Harbour Group plc is leading the widespread regeneration of the waterfront in Britain’s Ocean City, with prestigious mixed-use developments created alongside the leading 5 Gold Anchor Marina to establish a strong coastal destination.
Sutton Harbour Group plc has a proven track record of delivering high quality regeneration through an ambitious, passionate and professional approach combining flexibility with partnership working, and a determination to deliver quality at every step.
- To develop a mix of activities for long term sustainable growth and to provide a balanced risk profile.
- To provide a secure investment proposition in a profitable company with a strong asset base.
- To build on the group’s strength as a specialist in waterfront destination regeneration in the south west regions.
- To develop and build the group’s income-earning asset portfolio.
- To provide a progressive dividend return to shareholders in the medium term.
Philip Beinhaker was appointed a Non Executive Director and Non Executive Chairman in January 2018 and the Executive Chairman in April 2018. Philip is one of two individuals on the executive committee of FB Investors. He served as co-founding partner and CEO of IBI Group, a world-leading firm in architecture, engineering and project management from its formation in 1974 until 2004. In 2004, Philip Beinhaker led the company’s flotation on the Toronto Stock Exchange and became the sole CEO and Chairman Director. In 2013, Philip Beinhaker retired from the position of CEO and then served as a senior director of IBI Group Management Partnership until 31 December 2017. He continues to lead some major projects on behalf of the firm. Philip Beinhaker, through the Beinhaker group of companies has led numerous real estate developments as development manager, developer and principal throughout Canada, the United States, Israel, Germany and other locations.
Tel: 01752 204186
Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer
Corey Beinhaker was appointed Chief Operating Officer in October 2019 and he is the second Director nominated to the board by FB Investors LLP, which has a 72.65% holding in the Company’s share capital. During 2018 and 2019, before appointed a director, Corey worked closely with the Group, initially through Beinhaker Design Services Limited and then as an employee from July 2019. Prior to his involvement with Sutton Harbour Group. Corey Beinhaker worked for IBIB Group Consultants (Israel) Limited from 2010 to 2017 latterly as its chief executive officer where he, amongst other things, was contract manager for a number of significant projects including the Tel Aviv Red 10 Line Underground Station design and the design and technical specification for the traffic management for the inter-urban network in Israel.
Non Executive Director
Following a 20 year career in private equity and industry, Graham has operated as an Independent Director since 2008. He became Chairman of Sutton Harbour Group plc in September 2013, stepping down from this position in January 2018 to become Senior Independent Non Executive Director. He also chairs the Audit Committee. He is Non-Executive Chairman or Director of several privately owned businesses and is also Chairman of Maven Income and Growth VCT 5 plc.
Tel: 01752 204186
Non Executive Director
Sean was appointed to the Board of Directors in December 2009 as Non-Executive Director. He is Group Managing Director of Rotolok (Holdings) Limited. Sean is also a member of the Audit and Remunerations Committee.
Finance Director / Company secretary
Natasha was appointed as Executive Director in December 2004 and Finance Director in October 2004. Natasha is a chartered accountant who joined the Company in 1996, and she has been Company Secretary since 2001.
Michael a chartered management accountant, joined Sutton Harbour Group plc in 2018 as Financial Controller. Michael has previously worked in various industries including the commercial property sector, financial services and media.
Steven, MCIOB, joined Sutton Harbour Group in 2019 as Projects Manager to oversee new property developments and projects relating to capital infrastructure. Steven has extensive experience in the construction industry having worked for a number of major contracting companies.
Shareholder and Aim Rule 26 Information
Please find below links to core management and financial information and has been designed to comply with the requirements of Rule 26 of the AIM Rules for Companies – ‘Company Information Disclosure’.
This content was last updated on 26th January 2021
As at 13 December 2018 the Company had 115,944,071 shares in issue following an Open Offer Placing. This remains the number of shares in issue as at 7th August 2020. There are no restrictions on the transfer of the Sutton Harbour Group plc AIM securities. Other than AIM, the company’s shares are not admitted to or traded on any other exchanges or trading platforms. In so far as the company is aware, the percentage of AIM securities that is not in public hands is 89.48%. The Company’s register of shareholdings as at 26th January 2021 showed the following interests in 3% or more of the Company’s share capital:
Major Shareholder information
|FB Investors LLP||84,231,428||72.65|
|Crystal Amber Fund Limited||12,472,605||10.76|
|Mr Daniel McCauley and Rotolok (Holdings) Limited||6,615,690||5.71|
The interests of the Directors in the ordinary shares of the Company as at 5th February 2021 are set out below:
Subject to satisfying the terms of a Company Share Option Plan, three employees hold option over 218,081 ordinary shares, of which 131,340 relate to N.Gadsdon.
There are other shares which are not held in public hands.
Nominated advisor and broker
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