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Ashley House Share Chat - ASH

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashley House LSE:ASH London Ordinary Share GB00B1KKCZ55 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 +0.00% 4.50 4.00 5.00 4.50 4.50 4.50 120,001 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 8.3 -4.7 -7.2 - 2.62

Ashley House Bulletin Board

DateSubjectDiscuss
12/5/2015
14:07
Good find scburbs. Cheers for sharing!
by greedfear on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
01/5/2015
08:26
Profit warning plus jam futures trading. Nothing new to see here, albeit there looks set to be a healthy increase in the jam order!
by scburbs on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
01/5/2015
08:04
Looks like they are going the right way now. If Labour win the election they will probably wreck it all however.
by irenekent on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
01/5/2015
07:48
Update - I read this pretyy positively, but will the market look beyond the accounting loss to focus on cash and the fact that the company still has a business which looks like it can now grow??
by 18bt on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
21/4/2015
11:20
Another new deal. This time acting as property development partner to Integrated Pathology Partners on £10m new pathology laboratory (presumably funding to be provided by iPP with ASH just taking fees with the signing of construction potentially releasing the fees for design/planning etc.). hxxp://www.ashleyhouseplc.com/files/6914/2902/4035/Press_release_IPP_Basildon_140315.pdf hxxp://www.southend.nhs.uk/about-us/media-centre/southend-news/path-2/ hxxp://www.ashleyhouseplc.com/our-work/projects/taunton-pathology-laboratory/
by scburbs on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
09/4/2015
08:58
No indication of where the Invesco shares went. Due a year end profit warning soon? Some progress reported on extra care in Leicester. Not sure if this was already in the reported pipeline or not. "THE city council is set to invest £2.45million in a scheme to create more than 150 new ‘extra care’ homes in Leicester. Extra care homes are designed to help vulnerable and older people to live independently. The developments will be made possible by the sale of council-owned land at Hamelin Road, in Braunstone, and Tilling Road, in Beaumont Leys. Under the plans, Leicester City Council will use £2.45million raised from Right To Buy council house sales to invest in the extra care housing. The council will sell the pieces of land for a discounted price of £1, to a consortium called Leicester Independent Living (LIL). The land sale will mean the consortium invests around £20million in building new properties on the sites. Once built, the council will be able to nominate tenants for the accommodation from its housing waiting list." http://www.leicester.gov.uk/news/news-story-details?nId=88071 hxxp://www.ashleyhouseplc.com/files/4414/2738/2158/Press_Release_-_Extra_Care_250314.pdf
by scburbs on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
05/3/2015
22:36
Sometimes its better to have something than nothing imo.That sale will keep the cleaners in the office fresh toilet roll for 12 months and possibly enough change to replace the broken Henry.What would you prefer, work in a dirty office or keep it clean n fresh ?
by envirovision on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
05/3/2015
17:19
An impressive 2.945m shares dumped by Invesco. It will be interesting to see if the Directors have acquired these shares.
by scburbs on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
23/2/2015
22:18
Norbert Colon 20 Feb'15 - 08:19 - 855 of 858 0 0 "... not that unusual when buying purely on value grounds without a full uderstanding of the business - the dangers of cigar butt investing... " Thank goodness, someone else as well as me ;-) I'm not having any more however cheap they get. If it multibags, which seems unlikely in the next few years, then I might get a small profit. If it doesn't then an additional investment is either going to be dead money or lost money. I'm sticking to buying bottoms in share prices that have just cycled downwards out of lack of interest in businesses that are obviously going in the right direction at the moment, rather than possibly in 2 years.
by yump on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
23/2/2015
22:13
still a seller tho !
by envirovision on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
20/2/2015
16:53
All I can say is there seems to be a buyer there today taking 100,000 clips.
by envirovision on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
20/2/2015
09:34
There are a few problems here. Director buying looks good, but if you had followed director buying here in the past, you would have lost a fortune. Directors have good salaries and it's worth spending a few grand if it keeps things looking good for a bit longer. Is the financing deal going to happen? If it does then what will the deal be? £100m sounds great, but if the rates don't make commercial sense then maybe it's not any use at all. Is the pipeline real? I doubt even the directors know that. If there are clients banging on the door to get schemes built then they won't just sit around waiting for Ashley House to get financing, they will just go elsewhere. There are other companies that can build these extra care schemes. We know the NAV is nonsense and the LIFT investments are of very dubious value. The old CEO Holmes has been demoted... But is still there and sitting on the board and we are supposed to imagine that he now takes instruction from the guy who was his CFO. I noticed that Steve Minion (Director) bought shares yesterday and today we here that another 'Minion' has bought and she is a HR Manager of some sort, so is that some close family ties getting jobs? But the really big question is... Even if they get funding and do some schemes, will the profit be sufficient to cover the costs of running this business with its big salary bills and listing costs and still provide upside for investors after the funder has taken its cut? The low price is tempting as a punt, but there is a good reason for the low price and whatever they have said to Invesco has caused them to sell. I can see some upside in the price when funding is concluded, but it's the numbers that really matter.
by goliard on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
20/2/2015
08:19
I have to confess I have a small / moderate shareholding in ASH having first bought in during 2013. Needless to say this has been a disaster to-date but from my experience not that unusual when buying purely on value grounds without a full understanding of the business - the dangers of cigar butt investing. But here we are today with a SP of 4p and a mcap of around 2.5m. Couple this with a rolling PE of less than 3 and a discount to NCAV making it (on paper) very attractive. BUT....is this business going to survive or will the bank pull the plug on it - that is the big question and at the moment I have no idea but having been in this situation more times than id like to remember I don't fancy my chances. The recent Director purchases are still very modest and seem like desperation in the face on Invesco still unloading. They are only buying what is being sold. The bargain hunter in me in jumping up and down saying BUY BUT BUY but (unlike some other businesses) I really don't have a grasp on whether they can manage their cash and avoid the plug being pulled. Having been burned on this kind of investment before I am just going to watch from the sidelines and if its a ten bagger from here I will just have to put it down to experience. If there are any real bulls out there I look forward to hearing your investment case.
by norbert colon on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
20/2/2015
07:35
More meaningful too.
by paleje on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
20/2/2015
07:23
More director purchases
by envirovision on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
19/2/2015
09:29
£7500, they must be joking.
by spooky on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
19/2/2015
09:25
Interesting directors purch.
by envirovision on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
19/2/2015
07:31
irene, your wish seems to have been granted. Good statement of suport from directors.
by 18bt on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
19/2/2015
00:45
Don't like seeing Investco reducing but still say someone is buying, the mm's aren't sitting on them. I have an email from the co Monday, which clearly says we're not doomed, not collapsing and trying for finance deal by year end based on what lenders have said they want, ie the end financing in place. I know 'they would say that wouldnt they' but actually when things are going belly up management can't usually be drawn at all just want to avoid contact. That isn't the case here, I'm not saying there isn't risk just that a bad outcome isn't a certainty and if, touch wood, they get funding sorted the sp could move strongly.
by paleje on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
18/2/2015
20:58
It looks like Invesco are exiting. A great opportunity or are we the last to turn out the lights? I'm not selling, but haven't got the bottle to buy any.
by topvest on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
17/2/2015
14:30
As long as it's not pocket money, but if a deal's in sight they might not be allowed to. I don't think they've ever been big buyers except the newest ned, they have option packages way higher than current sp. I hope they achieve them:)
by paleje on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
17/2/2015
11:57
It would be good to see the directors buying.
by irenekent on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
17/2/2015
11:32
I dont agree with the share price analogy you mention. For example take a look at SHFT They told the market the shares would have no value and even after 2 days people were still able to sell their shares. So if they were 100% worthless, who was buying them for those 48 Hrs ?
by envirovision on Ashley House - Good Progress Assured
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