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|Doesn't happen often but MM was offering 59.5p to sell & 59.2p to buy on a block of 15k.
Easiest 25 quid (after costs) I've ever made..
|I bought some Mar City shares just before they were delisted :-(
They were into modular factory-built units - but they've now abandoned that and gone back to traditional building.|
|Of interest re: concluding part of INL statement:Leading clients and housing minister say factory-built homes could transform the marketA big shift towards factory-built homes is set to transform the housing market, leading clients have said, as the minister in charge of the sector revealed institutional investors stand ready to fund the push into modular construction.Top housebuilder Crest Nicholson and investment giant Legal & General (L&G) revealed the scale of their flat-pack housing ambitions at the Building Live conference in London this week.Housing minister Gavin Barwell also told Building that attracting and using institutional investors' cash will be a key part of the government's white paper on delivering 1 million new homes by 2020, to be published next month.In an interview with Building editor Sarah Richardson at the Building Live event this week, Crest Nicholson chief executive Stephen Stone (pictured) revealed the housebuilder plans to build up to 2,000 modular homes a year and will produce its first prototype modular home in February.Stone said the move was in part a response to looming skills shortages: "We think we can get to 1,000-2,000 [modular] homes a year. In 10 years' time, most of the current workforce will retire. We're not getting enough apprentices in [...] so we're going to prepare ourselves for it."Elsewhere at the event, L&G's housing delivery boss Ian Eggers told Building the investor's publicised plan to build 3,000 modular homes a year was "just scratching the surface" and it could build further housing factories on top of its initial 13-acre facility in Yorkshire.Eggers said the firm has installed 10 production lines and up to £60m of manufacturing equipment in the factory near Leeds, with the first prototypes set to roll off the line by early next year.Commenting on future ambitions, he said: "We've got one factory, but we could have another factory and another factory. That's the scale of the problem."He added: "L&G are massive and they've jumped both feet in to this. The question is 'Can I keep the factory busy?' I think you know the answer to that."Commenting on the potential for factory-built homes, Barwell said: "Off-site can make an important contribution for a number of reasons."Pretty much everyone I speak to says the challenges are on the skills part. We need to raise our ambitions and get more people involved in the industry."He added that he had spoken to other institutional investors interested in following L&G's lead."I've had discussions with institutional investors and there will be more on that in the white paper [on housing]," he said."L&G are a pioneer and others are interested [having] had discussions with other institutional investors."|
|Positive statement - The price should very soon reflect this. spud|
|Agreed - statement seems positive, with profits set to accelerate in the 2nd half.|
|Nice AGM statement today. Solid progress which further highlights the shares poor performance over the last 6 months. Regards,Source.|
|Will top up when funds available. Meridian Waterside in Southampton selling well.|
|Who is coming to the Agm tomorrow ? 11am at the HQ|
|Wow, looking good.
|Good news. We close above 60p, which was some kind kind of resistance...
66p then 72p if broken.
30,000 late buy at 61p which should be the BID tomorrow.|
All good chaps, lol|
|Back into traction. 59.50p seller cleared? It appears though...
20,000, 10,000 and 5,000 purchase indicates that this kind of buying is pure MM/Institution accumulation.|
|Had some, seems like a good idea given what Philip Hammond has just stated in his budget!|
|66 first target:
Share Name Inland Homes PLC ORD 10P
Order Type At Best Buy
Account Trading Account
Settlement Date 25-11-2016
Trade Price 0.6025
Trade Date 23-11-2016
Consideration £ 1,989.46
Commission £ 10.00
Total £ 1,999.46|
|More houses; more land; more INL!!
|Can't buy any stock. Must be about ready to fly!|
|Absurdly cheap the Investors Chronicle said at weekend !|
|Possibility of a take over in the new year following the Autumn Statement and the support for small builders and easing of planning . With directors holding large quantities of shares it would seem to be in their interest.|
|And if house prices had gone down doubtless wicks and crew would be amending the scheme as unfair. Who said you cant have your cake and eat it? Shares still cheap though!!-|
|Yes, can all the shareholders get very cross with the Directors again. So I can buy more at 18p ? Many thanks.|
|3% dilution !!!!
In one sweep
Institutional guidelines worry about 5% in 10 years (executive schemes) or 10% in 10 years (all schemes) and no more than 7.%% issued within any 3 year period
And yet 3% dilution in one go
One to worry about here|
|Using historic average house prices from UK Land Registry house price index, it seems that the directors have been paid a bonus for achieving a share price increase of 23% during a period that has seen a 31% increase in the average house price in the South East.
Nice work if you can get it.|