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Caledonia Inv PLC (CLDN)

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Thursday 19 July, 2007

Caledonia Inv PLC

Result of AGM

Caledonia Investments PLC
19 July 2007

Caledonia Investments plc: Results of Annual General Meeting

Caledonia Investments plc is pleased to announce that all of the resolutions
proposed at its annual general meeting held on 19 July 2007 were duly passed.

The following table indicates the number of proxy votes lodged in advance of the
meeting for each of the resolutions. It should be noted that votes withheld do
not constitute a vote in law and therefore are not counted in the number of
votes for or against any resolution.
Resolution                              In favour           Discretion          Against              Withheld
No                                      No.        %        No.       %         No.        %         No.
1     To receive and adopt the          37,501,769 98.94    133,160   0.35      268,758    0.71      17,041
      directors' report and the
      accounts for the year ended 31
      March 2007
2     To approve the directors'         37,483,784 98.85    136,422   0.36      298,942    0.79      1,580
      remuneration report for the year
      ended 31 March 2007
3     To declare a final dividend of    37,787,002 99.65    133,395   0.35      0          0.00      331
      21.6p per ordinary share
4     To re-elect Mr P N Buckley as a   37,469,230 99.28    134,669   0.36      136,293    0.36      180,536
5     To re-elect Mr C M Allen-Jones as 37,762,260 99.59    135,708   0.36      19,623     0.05      3,137
      a director
6     To re-elect Mr M E T Davies as a  37,587,760 99.32    135,708   0.36      123,522    0.33      73,738
7     To re-elect Mr J H Cartwright as  37,751,222 99.56    135,708   0.36      31,031     0.08      2,767
      a director
8     To re-elect Mr J R H Loudon as a  35,419,028 93.77    136,108   0.36      2,218,664  5.87      146,928
9     To appoint Deloitte & Touche LLP  37,750,962 99.57    134,725   0.36      27,887     0.07      7,154
      as the Company's auditors
10    To authorise the directors to     37,755,306 99.56    139,429   0.37      25,883     0.07      110
      agree the auditors' remuneration
11    To grant the Company authority to 37,778,251 99.62    138,338   0.36      4,029      0.01      110
      make market purchases of its own
12    To approve the waiver of the      8,882,101  85.83    40,353    0.39      1,426,169  13.78     1,150,535
      obligation that could arise on
      the Cayzer Concert Party pursuant
      to the City Code on Takeovers and
      Mergers to make a general offer
      for all of the issued ordinary
      share capital of the Company
      following the purchase of
      ordinary shares by the Company*
13    To authorise the directors to     37,755,811 99.60    141,403   0.37      9,331      0.02      6,183
      allot relevant securities
      pursuant to section 80 of the
      Companies Act 1985
14    To empower the directors to allot 37,763,447 99.60    141,454   0.37      11,708     0.03      4,119
      or transfer shares from treasury
      as if section 89 of the Companies
      Act 1985 did not apply to such
      allotment or transfer
15    To authorise the Company to make  31,206,874 86.24    140,535   0.39      4,839,910  13.37     1,733,409
      EU political donations

*The shareholders who are deemed to form the Cayzer Concert Party for the
purposes of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers were not able to vote on this

Each of the resolutions was voted on by way of a show of hands, other than
resolution 12 which was voted on by way of a poll. The numbers of votes cast at
the meeting on resolution 12 were 8,923,689 in favour and 1,426,169 against.

In accordance with Listing Rule 9.6.2, copies of resolutions 12 and 15, being
the resolutions passed at the annual general meeting other than those concerning
ordinary business, have been submitted to the UK Listing Authority and will
shortly be available for inspection at the UK Listing Authority's Document
Viewing Facility, which is situated at:

Financial Services Authority
25 The North Colonnade
Canary Wharf
E14 5HS

Tel. No: +44 (0)20 7066 1000

(Documents will normally be available for inspection within six normal business
hours of this notice being given).


G P Denison, Company Secretary

Tel: +44 (0)20 7802 8080

19 July 2007

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