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Rightmove PLC (RMV)

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Wednesday 02 May, 2007

Rightmove PLC

Result of AGM

                                                          FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

                                                                     2 May 2007

                                 RIGHTMOVE PLC                                 

                     Results of the Annual General Meeting                     

Rightmove plc (the "Company") held its first Annual General Meeting of its
shareholders today, Wednesday 2 May 2007 at 12 Noon at the offices of Pinsent
Masons, CityPoint, One Ropemaker Street, London.

All resolutions proposed at the meeting and as set out in the Notice of Meeting
(a copy of which is available at ) were passed on a show of

The proxy voting figures received in advance of the meeting are shown below.

Resolution 1

To receive the accounts and the reports of the directors and auditors for the
year ended 31 December 2006.

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,213,282                     99.72
Votes against                                 211,428                      0.28
Total votes cast                           75,424,710                       100
Votes withheld                                    895                          

Resolution 2

To approve the directors' remuneration report, as set out in the 2006 report
and accounts, for the year ended 31 December 2006.

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,121,733                     99.65
Votes against                                 265,133                      0.35
Total votes cast                           75,386,866                       100
Votes withheld                                 38,738                          

Resolution 3

To declare a final dividend of 3.0p per ordinary share for the year ended 31
December 2006.

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,424,710                       100
Votes against                                       0                         0
Total votes cast                           75,424,710                       100
Votes withheld                                    895                          

Resolution 4

To re-elect Ed Williams as a director.

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,422,920                       100
Votes against                                       0                         0
Total votes cast                           75,422,920                       100
Votes withheld                                  2,685                          

Resolution 5

To re-elect Nick McKittrick as a director.

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,422,920                       100
Votes against                                       0                         0
Total votes cast                           75,422,920                       100
Votes withheld                                  2,685                          

Resolution 6

To re-elect Stephen Shipperley as a director.

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,158,806                     99.67
Votes against                                 246,048                      0.33
Total votes cast                           75,404,854                       100
Votes withheld                                 20,749                          

Resolution 7

To re-appoint KPMG LLP as auditors of the Company.

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,212,887                     99.72
Votes against                                 210,928                      0.28
Total votes cast                           75,423,815                       100
Votes withheld                                  1,790                          

Resolution 8

To authorise the directors to agree the remuneration of the auditors.

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,422,920                     99.99
Votes against                                   1,790                      0.01
Total votes cast                           75,424,710                       100
Votes withheld                                    895                          

Resolution 9

To authorise the directors to allot shares

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,416,340                     99.99
Votes against                                   4,975                      0.01
Total votes cast                           75,421,315                       100
Votes withheld                                  4,290                          

Resolution 10

To disapply pre-emption rights

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,415,637                     99.99
Votes against                                   5,080                      0.01
Total votes cast                           75,420,717                       100
Votes withheld                                  4,888                          

Resolution 11

To authorise the repurchase of ordinary shares

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,420,085                     99.99
Votes against                                   2,835                      0.01
Total votes cast                           75,422,920                       100
Votes withheld                                  2,685                          

Resolution 12

To authorise the use of electronic communication

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,424,710                       100
Votes against                                       0                         0
Total votes cast                           75,424,710                       100
Votes withheld                                    895                          

Resolution 13

To authorise political donations and expenditure

                                                  No.                         %
Votes for/discretionary                    75,285,427                     99.82
Votes against                                 138,388                      0.18
Total votes cast                           75,423,815                       100
Votes withheld                                  1,790                          

The number of shareholders on the register at 6.00 pm on 30 April 2007 was 943.

The issued share capital at 2 May 2007, (the meeting date) was 132,658,018
ordinary shares of 1p each

Number of votes per share: 1

Two copies of the resolutions passed will be submitted to the UK Listing
Authority and will be available for inspection at the UK Listing Authority's
Document Viewing Facility, situated at:

Financial Services Authority

25 The North Colonnade

Canary Wharf


E14 5HS

Name and contact for queries and authorised official responsible for making
this notification:

Liz Taylor

[email protected]

+44 (0)207 514 9802


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