Yes they can.
You can contact the Company's Registrar at the following address:
Computershare Investor Services PLC
PO Box 82
Yes you can by completing a Share Transfer Form indicating your selection of charity. The Company’s Registrars will be able to provide you with the appropriate form.
You will have to complete and sign a Share Transfer Form and send it to the Registrar. In some circumstances stamp duty will be payable.
You need to write to the Registrar and ask for a duplicate. The Registrar will require you to complete a Form of Indemnity for which there will be a charge.
Yes, the digital landscape is changing rapidly and we are constantly evaluating technological advances to generate additional revenues and increase efficiencies. Read more about our digital products here.
The Group’s operations within the UK provide the bulk of revenues. The total level of turnover in the Republic of Ireland is approximately 10% of the Group's total turnover.
A Head Office with the business split into eight publishing units. There are a number of functional divisions encompassing HR, IT, printing & distribution, commercial, accounting, digital, events & exhibitions, and newspaper sales & marketing.
The current directors own around 1% although many staff are also members and our share schemes give all our employees the opportunity to participate in the Company’s ownership.
The outlook for 2013 for the economies of the UK and Republic of Ireland remains challenging. However, that serves to highlight the need for innovation and we believe the opportunity is there to successfully return Johnston Press to growth. Read about our strategy here.
A hard copy can be obtained in writing from:
Johnston Press plc
Orchard Brae House
30 Queensferry Road
Or alternatively you can view and download a copy here.