Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Local Shop. LSE:LSR London Ordinary Share GB00B1VS7G47 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.92% 27.50p 27.00p 28.00p - - - 10,000.00 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 0.0 0.0 0.0 - 22.69

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/12/2016
10:47
Maybe we have been a bit harsh on the Board You can bring a horse to water springs to mind . The obvious reason why the properties havent sold is the basic one that they havent received a sufficently attractive enough offer . General feeling amongst agents its too expensive especially with all the external influenes this year Its a little bit unfair to blame me the BODS for that no doubt the harsh reality will be revealed shortly 34p is looking a long way off!
hillofwad
09/12/2016
10:32
dv2015, Sums it up perfectly.
tiltonboy
09/12/2016
10:28
Once again the Board show their true colours and penchant for running a dictatorship without regard to shareholder rights. Why has it taken them two years to put Damille on the Board?(They asked for a seat in 2015) Why didnt the Board put forward Miller as a part of their slate at the General Meeting? If they are going to ignore shareholders rights why didnt they put Miller on the Board instead of Heaney? This might have avoided the GM in the first place! All very strange 'logic' from Vetch & East! At least THAL's efforts have resulted in some changes and with Damille in liquidation hopefully there will be more aggressive selling of assets and return of capital. Thanks THAL.
deepvalue2015
09/12/2016
09:18
I'm on at 26.75p, and happy to be patient.
tiltonboy
09/12/2016
09:11
Tilts Sticking a few on at 28p in the hope that the market gets excited about the new Director!
hillofwad
09/12/2016
07:22
Good to see that Brett Miller of DIL2 has taken a NED role: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/local-shop-LSR/share-news/Local-Shopping-REIT-The-PLC-Directorate-Changes/73101357
skyship
08/12/2016
22:27
I picked a few up at 26.75p today, but got gazumped on the board when I re-loaded.
tiltonboy
08/12/2016
21:34
Looks to have been a good day at the Acuitus auction for LSR. Lot 60, Sturminster Newton, which is on the Gallery (had a reserve of £60-£75K and an annual rental of £7,125) sold for £104k. Also got away a couple of empty shops with Assured Tenancy rental incomes of £125 and £70 for £37K and £50K respectively. Another property was sold prior to the auction so presumably above the reserve. Bought some more on the back of this and looking forward to the finals next week as I don't see why the large shareholders would be happy to rebuff THAL if the results were going to be poor.
strathroyal
08/12/2016
20:52
I defer to your knowledge, as it's out of my area of expertise. I did notice however that there were few other retail offerings. I will speak to the company next week after the results, with any concerns.
tiltonboy
08/12/2016
20:19
126 That looks a result Probably the tenant buying in taking advantage of the concessionary rent Fair play
hillofwad
08/12/2016
20:12
Tilts Ive been to a few of Pugh Auctions most of their stock is LPA possessions and lenders of last resort material They might be one of the larger regionals but they are really smalltime They are in no way comparable to Allsopps Certainly not suitable for anything but the absolute dross The point I make is Allsopps have successfully raised £119m this week at good prices of similar stock to those owned by Local Shop Plenty of quality and sub 6% kit Allsops are part of the team they have valued their portfolios and sold the 2large portfolios Why havenet they managed to persuade the BODS to place the majority of stock they in their auctions? Surely their book valuations would reflect sale prices in their auctions!
hillofwad
08/12/2016
20:03
Lot 126 had a guide price of 45k and went for 61k Lot 127 went for it's 40k guide Lot 129 is listed as sold on the Pugh site, but not sold on the results page.
tiltonboy
08/12/2016
19:45
Pugh Auctions are the largest commercial auctioneers outside of London, offering commercial property, residential property and development land across the North of England.
tiltonboy
08/12/2016
14:45
@skyship Re quote: that would be a first!
deepvalue2015
08/12/2016
13:56
"The Board of LSR is grateful to the overwhelming majority of its shareholders for their support and will set out its roadmap for the completion of the Company's strategic plan in our annual results statement, which will be published on 12 December 2016. In the meantime, the Board will continue to act in the best interests of all shareholders, including Thalassa, and prosecute its plans as expeditiously and sensibly as possible."
skyship
08/12/2016
12:05
They are not going to tell it like it is because they are just going to attract more spivs like Thalassa, they are not going to write the book value down and they most certainly wont be taking a pay cut - what exactly are people expecting?
my retirement fund
08/12/2016
12:00
So true...
skyship
08/12/2016
11:46
Not long to wait (Monday)and I think we will be all in a better position to make a reasoned opinion. At the moment it is mostly bluster.
tiltonboy
08/12/2016
11:41
If this company is so undervalued and its properties are on such a high yield why can it not afford to pay its shareholders a dividend? Look at RECI it will pay you a 6.5% yield. I think they've sold all the good stuff and are left with a lot of dross.
orinocor
08/12/2016
11:30
Well I've first got in around 35p a few years ago and looking back ive almost broken even but its taken lot of effort to trade out of my initial mistake and moreover a complete waste of my time when I could have been doing more productive things with my money so you can stick your sarcasm where the sun don't shine.
my retirement fund
08/12/2016
11:26
Certainly some tensions appearing on this board as concerns creeping in Surprising that Internos thought some of the kit was so poor that all it warranted was an appearance in what can only be described as a bucket shop auction house I thought these high yielders were meant as stocking fillers in the portfolios to beef the income up to attract buyers It is really difficult to understand what Internos are doing andvthe worry is that only a big haircut on prices s going to shift the remainder Dont think we will see more than 3-4% haircut on valuation Its the discount requirement is the concern However it deos increasingly look as Soukop has paid top dollar and wil need to balance the books at under 25p to have half a chance I am holding but it will have to be under 25p to buy any more
hillofwad
08/12/2016
11:23
Steady, steady! Some are getting a little carried away here I think. Perhaps waiting for the figures next week would be sensible rather than being panicked into selling now by doom monger talk of extreme scenarios. Don't forget that these properties are generating reasonable income for LSR.
redhill9
08/12/2016
10:54
NAV 19p is possible - or worse ! These property stinkers have a habit of having book values that make Amazons top 100 selling books in the fiction department look rather plausible! Theres a long string of them - many having left investors penniless.
my retirement fund
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