Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashley House LSE:ASH London Ordinary Share GB00B1KKCZ55 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.00p 5.75p 6.25p 6.00p 6.00p 6.00p 0 07:53:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 20.7 0.2 0.4 14.3 3.50

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19/10/201714:25Ashley House - Good Progress Assured1,359
14/6/201716:45Ashley House - a return to growth & profit in 2016!309
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Ashley House Daily Update: Ashley House is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ASH. The last closing price for Ashley House was 6p.
Ashley House has a 4 week average price of 5.88p and a 12 week average price of 5.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.88p.
There are currently 58,319,755 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 27,917 shares. The market capitalisation of Ashley House is £3,499,185.30.
greedfear: Every time news like this appears it derisks an investment in ASH imo. It's a matter of when ASH will profit in a big way. Really thinking of adding to my position now as the share price is where it is. Price will run up quickly once positive news is released as spikes in the chart clearly show.
first_things: Good to see the government talking about social care today and hopefully they will provide further details on funding for supported housing and commitments to build more affordable housing. The share price looks set to tick up ahead of any news and government update on policy. In the short term the brokers target of 15p looks like the next stop and after that I would expect this target to be increased and dictated by news flow.
first_things: The forecasts are from WHIreland. There is only 3 months of the financial year left so not long to wait. They say the forecasts are dependent on three further schemes reaching financial close before April. The interim results reference these schemes so it is still possible for Ashley House to achieve the forecast numbers. If the numbers are reached a fair value for the shares would be around 26p (2.6p ESP with a PE of 10). These numbers are not factored into the share price so if they are hit we will see a revaluation. "We currently believe that three schemes in our Extra Care pipeline will be able to reach contract before our year end thereby qualifying for revenue recognition, although they all still require Local Authority and partner board final approvals." Year ending 30th April 2017 Turnover of £28 million, £1.5 million profit and ESP of 2.6p Year ending 30th April 2017 Turnover of £31.7 million, £1.8 million profit and ESP of 3.0p
greedfear: A very much undeserved beating of the share price. Impatience.
yump: Looks like something is going to be sorted out this year and until then the implications won't be known. As the ball will then be with LA's ? - the results might be a bit random. So as often, patience until the end of 2017 I think, although at least the share price isn't exactly demanding and ASH are obviously getting some possibilities through alternative funding. Government never seems to be able to leave anything alone for long and that goes for the boom times as well. I still keep thinking about those 15 years of boom under Blair, when they introduced more management and more daft targets into the NHS and failed to invest in infrastructure as we can now see from the roads falling apart on a daily basis. I'm not sure anything at all improved during that period apart from the salaries of BOD's.
hatey: They are their own worst enemy for rarely issuing a Rns for all the many deals announced on their website. Other stocks have no trouble doing this and seeing the share price continue to climb but ASH is the slow silent type.
first_things: Just noticed that work has started on a £10 million supported housing scheme following following the recent change in government policy. The announcement was made by Knightstone Housing Group on Friday 16th September. I believe this is an indication that Ashley House Plc will now be able to unlock their pipeline that stands at £180 million. The recent news hasn't been factored into the share price and we could see some very large upward movements. The broker forecast for this year (April 2017) is 2.6 p EPS so if the market gives this a PE of 10 this would imply a value of 26 p which is considerably higher than today's valuation! "The development was put on hold in 2015 after its public consultation following a government announcement that housing benefit for housing association rents would be capped at the level of the Local Housing Allowance (LAH) to include specialist services like supported housing and extra care schemes." hxxp://
topvest: Thanks - good summary. I'm surprised that we haven't seen any share price movement this week.
cottoner: Directors options - A realistic possibility or pie in the sky? It was announced in November 2015 that director options would not be exercisable unless and until the Company's share price equals or exceeds 37p for a period of at least 90 consecutive days and upon exercise is at or above the 37p threshold. Is it a realistic possibility that the shares can reach 37p and stay above that price for a least a 3 month period? Well this certainly won't happen overnight. At 9.5p the current MCAP is only £5.54M ,at 37p ,with the same number of shares (58.32 million) , the MCAP would be £21.5M. The Director options announcement came after it was unveiled that the Funding Affording Homes (FAH) was to forward fund Extra Care Housing schemes. This FAH partnership is key to ASH reaching and maintaining an share price of over 37p. It was announced in Sep 2015 that Ashley House's Extra Care housing schemes pipeline currently stood at a revenue value of £149m over nineteen schemes. IMO ,the reason to be optimistic about ASH and why the option price of 37p may at some point be reached is what seems to be happening in the background. With a pipeline of 19 schemes, there must be quite a few currently going through the planning phase which will only come to light one by one as they are given planning approval. Already in 2016 , ASH have been given 3 Extra Care schemes planning approvals, two in Leicester and One in Havant. FAH only last week announced that they had received a further investment of £15m from Big Society capital and that they are aiming to invest over £100m in 2016 and £500m during the first three years of operation. Thus ASH's partnership with FAH should allow their Extra Care pipeline of schemes to be increased somewhat over the next few years. Also, the FAH announcement 'during the first three years of operation' implies that it will be going longer than that, which can only mean that ASH's pipeline of Extra Care schemes seems secure for some time. On top of the FAH Extra Care schemes , there are also other avenues of Extra Care projects, in particular with the North Yorkshire County Council , where it was named last year as a framework partner to enable it to win contracts to work on the multi-million pound initiative to bring Extra Care accommodation to major towns in North Yorkshire. All in all, there seems to be plenty reasons to be optimistic about ASH's future prospects and that may be a realistic possibility that the Directors will be able to exercise their options at some time in the not too distant future and perhaps it's not pie in the sky. :-)
doodlebug4: yump - you don't need to buy near the bottom to make a nice profit! If you had bought TCG when the share price was 70p you would still have doubled your money and more. If you look at where the ASH share price was a few years ago the same could apply here. Apart from the chart element, Ashley House is in a market place with a huge demand for its product.
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