Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Falcon Asset Backed Investments LSE:FAB London Ordinary Share JE00B1G3K654 ORD EUR0.00001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 € +0.00% 0.875 € 0.00 € 0.00 € - - - 0.00 05:00:10
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Real Estate - - - - 44.55

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/2/2012
21:34
It's the year of the comebacks. Graham Taylor :-)
vivgav
08/2/2012
21:33
Have to agree with N3. Watched the game against Holland in '96 in a bamboo bar in Kampala. Awesome.... but very little since. Less than little, actually.
damanko
08/2/2012
21:11
maybe we can go to the euros with a bit of confidence now
supercity
08/2/2012
20:32
We must give him a GOOD BONUS for doing F.A. It seems to be the English F.A. motto. Goran Erkisson laughed all the way to the BANK.
hvs
08/2/2012
20:25
I have to think that this will be a very short lived thread. Sadly (and thanks for posting) - I pretty much agree with both posts thus far. Pretty sad thing, being English - when it comes to football. '66 and nowt else............
damanko
08/2/2012
20:12
Good riddance to Bad rubbish. Its the F.A. after all. And what has it given the English football fan ??? F.A. And the managers it appointed laughing all the way to the bank. He is foreign but he was appointed by the English somebosy stein is it ?
hvs
08/2/2012
20:01
Good riddance to the foreign clown.
vikeshpatel
08/2/2012
19:29
Joking aside, can only be good news. Could be we need somebody who cannot use an abacus, and has never sent a text message. Fax? What's a fax? Gooners may be the happiest people right now............
damanko
08/2/2012
19:26
Der, only wanted one more million Cornettos..........just need Benny Hill now to switch the green light on, and get somebody who can speak Enger-lish.......
damanko
07/8/2007
14:48
The shares are now on a 16% discount to the recently announced NAV which is quite typical of a property vehicle I suppose, although that grows to a 30% discount if you use DTZ's forward looking "developed" NAV discounted back to today's prices. But with an NAV that has grown by 11% in one quarter it will be interesting to see how things develop, particularly as I read somewhere recently that a new fund is being launched to invest in Romania.
references
07/8/2007
14:48
The shares are now on a 16% discount to the recently announced NAV which is quite typical of a property vehicle I suppose, although that grows to a 30% discount if you use DTZ's forward looking "developed" NAV discounted back to today's prices. But with an NAV that has grown by 11% in one quarter it will be interesting to see how things develop, particularly as I read somewhere recently that a new fund is being launched to invest in Romania.
references
12/3/2006
11:40
MICRO-HOMES, the Alternative to PreFab...? The studio house, one of the smaller and cheaper offerings on the menu, borrows the most from the project. Here, houses have been flipped upside down so that the bedroom is on the ground floor, with the living area and kitchen upstairs to make the most of loft-style high ceilings. Not only do the ceilings on the first floor give the impression of more space, but some of the studio houses have an extra mezzanine floor for additional storage. Full-height french windows which open on to a balcony bring in more light and add to the feeling of space. Another benefit of the upside-down design is that heat rises to the living area upstairs while the bedroom remains cooler. The decor is pared down and all the usual domestic clutter ¡X ironing board, vacuum cleaner etc ¡X can be stored away in the cloakroom, which is also home to the washing machine and the boiler. It is all very exciting until you look at the measurements. The studio house comes in two sizes ¡X 378 sq ft (from £80,000 to £90,000) and 450 sq ft (from £105,000). The house spans two floors, which means that the top floor of the smaller studio house must measure roughly 189 sq ft ¡X a bit like living in the Ikea showroom, where the average ¡§roomset¡¨ is 126 sq ft. But the studio house is by no means the smallest option. The apartment version, which carries the headline-grabbing price tag of £65,000, measures just 300 sq ft. Even the largest house in the range, the three-bedroom mews (from £120,000), is only slightly larger than a squash court. ...MORE: http://property.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,14049-2074467,00.html
energyi
11/3/2006
12:29
PREFABULOUS LONDON THE A-Z OF MODERN CITY HOMES 26 JANUARY 2005 - 18 MARCH 2006 Download Catalogue: http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/media/exhibitions/catalogues/PrefabulousLondon.pdf Events programme Prefabulous London shows that a modern approach to prefabricated construction is flourishing in the capital with a new generation of designers and manufacturers building on the pioneering work of organisations such as the Peabody Trust. City apartments lend themselves well to factory built components where the quality of construction needs to compensate for higher densities and restricted space for accommodation. Offsite construction is also less disruptive in the city environment with increased construction speeds bringing a corresponding reduction in noise and transport and material handling in the neighbourhood. It is evident that many designers are also promoting the modular unit not only as a way of producing affordable housing but also as a fashionable lifestyle product. No more connotations of the stigmatised post-war temporary housing; the prefab is now an aspirational dwelling which is becoming increasingly desirable. @: http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/exhibitions_prefab.php
energyi
22/1/2006
22:24
haha. thanks
energyi
22/1/2006
22:04
Another good thread energyi. If you died tommorow so would the ADVFN sharepice. Keep up the good work
all eyez on me
22/1/2006
21:50
Micro-house could solve homes crisis Mark Prigg, Evening Standard ... 25 August 2005 MEASURING only 2.6 metres wide, this cube home could be the answer to London's housing crisis. The 'micro compact home' has been developed by researchers at Munich University and a British architecture firm, Horden Cherry Lee. The firm is in talks with Hackney council to build a mini village of the homes, which are being tested by Munich University students. The architects believe the pods could eventually be in use across London as student and key-worker accommodation. 'These are really the ultimate London houses,' said Richard Horden, one of the cube's creators. 'For key workers, and even business-people, they offer the perfect combination of price and space. They are small but they have everything you need.' The homes provide a double-bedroom on an upper level and a working table and dining space for five. The kitchen is accessible from both levels and the entrance lobby doubles as the bathroom. The cubes can be stacked on top of each other and come with hi-tech gadgets including LCD TVs and broadband internet access @: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/mortgages/article.html?in_article_id=403228&in_page_id=8
energyi
22/1/2006
21:19
New Cool Box Home : FTBers don't give up hope (haha) ========= Compact Home Link Project ID Project Name Architect/Designer Vendor/Supplier Vendor Location 188 m-ch micro mompact home m-ch Ltd micro compact home ltd UK, Germany and Austria - L ightweight, modular and mobile minimal dwelling for one or two people. - Compact dimensions of 2.6m (8.53ft) - Functioning spaces of sleeping, working/dining, cooking, and hygiene. @: http://www.fabprefab.com/fabfiles/fablisthome.htm = and: http://www.microcompacthome.com
energyi
24/5/2005
21:10
Prefab by Alejandro Bahamon More and more architects (as well as their clients) are becoming aware of the benefits of prefabricated architecture. Here is a first-ever look at the light, modular, dismantlable, transportable, mobile, adaptable, self-supporting, and recyclable projects that make life easier for 21st-century nomads! Featuring over 25 extraordinary projects designed by progressive architects, PreFab takes a look at an assortment of intriguing prefabricated buildings whose functions range from single-family houses and guest pavilions to offices and bars. Filled with 300 full-color examples and 50 architectural plans by the designers themselves, PreFab will prove to become the definitive reference for architects, contractors, homeowners, and anyone else interested in creating a prefabricated structure. Alejandro Baham is a Colombian architect living and working in Spain. Baham has his own architectural office developing interior design, architectural, and landscaping projects. Alejandro Baham lives in Barcelona @: http://www.abfimagazine.com/architecture/data/prefabbahamon.htm
energyi
22/5/2005
22:40
DWELL HOUSE For decades the word "prefab," and indeed the very notion of a factory-built house, carried a host of unflattering connotations: inferior, unimaginative, temporary. But proponents of modern prefab see the factory as a crucial component of a system that allows people of relatively modest means to live in the kind of architecturally distinct houses that typically have been available to only a few. Individuality, they argue, can be achieved through the modification and combination of prefabricated elements, or modules. (The term "modular" is used more or less interchangeably with the term "prefab.") The chief roadblock to modern prefab construction has been reluctance among housing manufacturers, averse to taking a risk on an unproven phenomenon. Though believers in modern prefab are passionate, their numbers are still tiny. Until manufacturers are convinced that there exists a tenable market, they will be wary of jumping on board. "The technology exists, and the motivation on the part of consumers and designers exists," says Arieff, speaking by phone from Dwell's offices in San Francisco. "Financing is becoming easier. Many obstacles have been taken out of the way. But until a large-scale builder or developer commits to this in at least a few regions, it's not going to become what people are dreaming of. We have to move beyond where we are now, which is a bunch of very committed individuals or small firms who are trying to do this. Alliances need to be formed on a bigger level." Nathan Wieler would surely agree. He and his wife have just moved in to what is arguably the most high-profile modern prefab house in America: the 2,260-square-foot Dwell Home in Pittsboro, N.C., so named because that magazine sponsored its construction in a contest in 2003. The deadline for the Dwell Home's completion was July 10, 2004, when the public was invited to come out and take a look. The open house that day was expected to draw 500 people. Five times that many showed up, some from as far away as Michigan, California and Oregon. Budgeted at $87 per square foot, the Dwell Home's seven basic modules were factory-built, shipped to the site and erected in a matter of weeks. ...MORE: http://www.mailtribune.com/archive/2005/0402/life/stories/01life.htm
energyi
22/5/2005
21:24
Actual Cost Barry Bless and Jennifer Watson figure that even if contractors had done most of the work, their 1,150-square-foot, two-bedroom, one-bath mountain retreat would have come in at around $150,000. That works out to $130 a square foot, compared with the $200-to-$400-per-square-foot costs of many modern, architect-designed houses @: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A12589-2005Mar30.html
energyi
21/5/2005
14:12
Interview: It seems like a lot of the shelter magazines like Dwell are pushing modular, pre-fab homes. But at the same time, they admit there is relatively little cost benefit in manufacturing such homes--they're often just as expensive or more so than the custom-built houses Answers: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7848905/site/newsweek/
energyi
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