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Parkmead – So the Fabulous Pad (aka Farmhouse) is under construction!

Having commented on the Parkmead (PMG) deal to buy a farming business here and here, I questioned if the replacement farmhouse at Pitreadie was being constructed. It would appear it is, as confirmed by Aberdeenshire Council in public domain information. Not only does it have an indoor swimming pool with a bar overlooking from a mezzanine level, it also has a snooker room and enough room in the kitchen / sitting room to have a secondary use for indoor football.


Parkmead – Outrageous related party deal, the hard maths on why this stinks

I commented on Parkmead (PMG) last month and noted I saw real potential in the oil and gas assets, but expressed my displeasure in both the news flow and the related party loans to a company controlled by Linda Cross, the CEO’s wife. Gary Newman has already commented on today’s deal that see’s Parkmead buying a company largely owned by Linda Cross. It is a farm in Scotland! I view this deal as outrageous.


Parkmead – Please Tom could you stop taking the piss?

Many AIM oilers just frustrate me with RNS announcements that either don’t need to be made or fail to disclose key information investors need to make sense of the investment case. The Parkmead Group (PMG) is at the opposite end of the spectrum. Ignoring price monitoring extension and holding RNS’s, we have had a grand total of 9 RNS’s in 18 months, 2 of which relate to loans to the Exec chairman’s wife’s company! That just bloody irritates me, but I hold.


Increased stake in GPA is good news for Parkmead Group: Long Term Buy

I can understand why longer term investors in Parkmead Group (PMG) may be somewhat unimpressed with the performance of the share price recently, but the company itself is continuing to make good progress. I hold shares in the company myself, and whilst the share price has generally been trading in the mid-30p to low-40p range, in spite of the strength that the oil price has been showing in recent months, I’m happy to remain invested and see how things unfold in the coming months and years.

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