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Breedon Aggregates has finalised the senior team which will lead the group following its planned acquisition of Hope Construction Materials. The firm moved closer to the £336 million deal after agreeing a plan to offload 14 sites to avoid a full investigation by the Competition and Markets Authorit

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Breedon Aggregates and the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) appear to be closing in on an agreement over Breedon's acquisition of Hope Construction. The firm has come up with a plan to offload 14 sites, including some in Scotland, to avoid a full investigation by the competition watchdog.

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Breedon Aggregates has reiterated its plans to sell over a dozen of its ready-mixed concrete (RMX) sites after a competition watchdog raised concerns over the firm’s takeover of Hope Construction Materials. Breedon entered into a conditional agreement with Cortolina Investments to acquire Hope Con

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Breedon Aggregates is confident of further growth in 2016 after announcing record results from both north and south of the Border. Annual results for the year ended 31 December 2015 for the independent aggregates business revealed that pre-tax profits rose by 46 per cent to £31 million based on str

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Breedon Aggregates has won a deal to supply drystone, ready-mixed concrete and asphalt to the £35 million first stage of the A9 dualling project. The contract from Wills Bros John Paul JV Limited is valued at up to £10 million.

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Breedon Aggregates and Whitemountain have been jointly awarded a contract valued at up to £55 million to supply and lay asphalt on the £745m Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie–Tipperty project (AWPR/B-T). The 50/50 joint venture will supply and lay more than 500,000 tonnes of asphalt mat

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Breedon Aggregates has posted a near-doubling in its pre-tax profit for the first half of 2015 following improved sales of its aggregates, asphalt and ready-mixed concrete. The firm said today that its pre-tax profit for the six months to the end of June was £17.5 million, up from the £9.1m it pos

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Gordon Liney has been appointed as commercial director of Breedon Aggregates’ Scottish business. The UK’s largest independent aggregates business said the new senior role for Mr Liney, who will report to Breedon Scotland chief executive Alan Mackenzie, reflects Breedon’s continuing growth nort

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Pre tax profits at Breedon Aggregates almost doubled in 2014 and it said it was confident of further progress in 2015. Steadily improving market conditions, the benefits of its investment programme and a healthy contribution from acquisitions saw revenues and profits advance strongly.

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Breedon Aggregates Ltd has reported a 20 per cent increase in revenue over the first 10 months of the year and said its profit margins were also increasing, meaning it thinks its full-year results will beat current market expectations. In a trading update this morning, the firm said that for the 10

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Scottish construction group Barr Holdings Limited has agreed to sell its quarry business to Breedon Aggregates, the UK’s largest independent aggregates business, for £20.8 million in cash. The sale of Barr Quarries Limited, the market-leader in aggregates in south-west Scotland, is expected to be

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