Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Safeland LSE:SAF London Ordinary Share GB0007667008 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 42.00p 40.00p 44.00p 42.00p 42.00p 42.00p 2,681.00 07:50:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 21.1 6.1 28.0 1.5 6.59

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02/12/2016
08:20
Safeland Daily Update: Safeland is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SAF. The last closing price for Safeland was 42p.
Safeland has a 4 week average price of 43.58p and a 12 week average price of 44.24p.
The 1 year high share price is 65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 40p.
There are currently 15,690,380 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 679 shares. The market capitalisation of Safeland is £6,589,959.60.
14/5/2014
06:33
battlebus2: Great update this morning, more than justifies the current share price imv Still on a market cap of 4.4 million..... Following the recent admission to AIM of Safestay plc which was effective on 2 May 2014, Safeland provides the following update for shareholders. Further to the Company's previous announcements regarding the planning application for the development of housing on the Chandos Tennis Club in Golders Green, Safeland announces that pursuant to the terms of a conditional sales contract with a prominent housebuilder to develop the site, it would be entitled to receive GBP13.2 million in staged payments over the next few years, which the Directors estimate to be approximately 3 years, plus potential additional overage revenues. The contract remains subject to full planning consent being obtained. At the date of this announcement, planning consent still has a number of outstanding conditions to be agreed. The planning application includes the relocation of the Chandos Tennis Club to an alternative facility on land currently owned by Safeland, which is included in the terms of the proposed sale. Further announcements regarding the proposed development will be made in due course. In addition, Safeland is pleased to announce that it has obtained a residential consent under permitted development rights in relation to part of a property in Wimbledon which was acquired by the Company in 2013. The intention is that the property will be converted into 31 residential units for onward sale. Larry Lipman, Managing Director of Safeland plc, commented: "We have had a very busy few months, which has seen us complete the successful demerger of Safestay and its admission to AIM, while progressing the planning applications of various properties, including the Chandos Tennis Club and Wimbledon. We remain active in the market seeking further opportunities where we can bring our skills to bear."
16/10/2013
18:58
battlebus2: Topvest sorry but i'm not sure why you keep saying that and have been saying that since 6/7p, call me stupid but my holding is worth much more than when i first bought.Now up nearly 300% since then and the business is in the best shape for sometime.The directors may line their pockets but the share price keeps rising and still sits on a very low rating with net assets of 9 million. London property values have stopped declining since the recession started in 2007 and Safeland can confidently look forward to an upturn in activity. "Now that the market has stabilized, we believe we are in an excellent position to generate future returns for shareholders". I agree it's not for everyone but for me it's a punt that's paying off.
29/12/2012
16:35
dupree: troll thank you for sharing your calculations. I think the problem for us is that everyone avoids this company so it has not mattered what the blasted nav is, and anyway it keeps getting lower doesn't it? What is remarkable though imo is that the fraud stories would appear to have lent strength to the share price! All publicity is good publicity??
02/5/2012
17:07
dupree: troll, my family have had SAF (and their spin-off) shares (like Hercules etc)for many many years, at one point they did well, but in recent years they quite consistently make never a penny and don't appear to me to make attempt to do so and meanwhile large chunks of companies value drain away day after day and year after year to the owning family and their cronies which is why everyone so hacked off. one or two other posters more knowledgable have sort of explained that the share structure makes it unlikely anyone can wade in private equity-like and share out the value. Having driven share price down to 10p or under, the arrangement that directors should acquire most of the company in share options as a reward for taking it back above 10p was not well rec'd. I have kept some of my holding, but for me looking to the nav as a justification for buying or holding has been very unrewarding. But if you have spare cash and can buy in at under 10p for the asset value why not have a go, it will take the directors seeral years to spend all of it on themselves...
06/1/2012
07:33
ydderf: however you look at it, the beneficiaries of the options only make money if the share price is sharply north of the strike, and it is difficult to imagine the directors going to the trouble of putting the sheme together unless they believe it would be better than the laternatives, remuneratiowise, luckily for existing shareholders, it means that any benefit will also trickle down to them also - if you look at the history of this co, there is pattern or supra-ordinary and very profitable entrenpreneurial activity by the directors which has hugely benefitted 'ordinary' shareholders - look at the spin offs for example. my guess is the joint venture is looking v promising, but I have no evidence than balancing out the probability outcomes from the know variables....
28/12/2011
08:15
topvest: Sold my few shares here - why has the share price gone up just before xmas - because someone bought 30,000 shares or so. Isn't that just quite convenient.... as if the mid-price stays above 10p then they can dilute shareholders to virtually nothing through their "super greedy" share option scheme before the March results are released - effectively taking this company private through the back door. Safeland has been a disgrace for the last 5 years at least. I will never invest in a Lipman company again!
31/8/2011
19:41
thupton: Any holders here need to get out fast. The BOD don't care whether they execerise the options or not. They control everything, a lower share price means they can delist and screw other shareholders this is not landsec they have no scruples.
25/8/2011
07:07
topvest: Looked at this again - if the options were taken up I think we are looking at NAV roughly halving to 20-25p and the Lipman Concert Party owning 88% of the shares. Odd thing is that the shares can only be exercised at a mid-price > 10p, so there will be no dilution unless the share price increases. Not happy with this at all, but . I think we have all learned a lesson here - i.e. don't back greedy directors who put their interests ahead of other holders. Lesson learned! Interestingly, it does put a bit of a floor on the share price as they need to get the price up to a mid-price of 10p to exercise. Tempted to hold on a little longer to see what happens, as most value is already gone!
12/7/2011
14:32
ydderf: what would you do if you were directors, already interested in a substantial amount of equity of a tiny quoted property company, trading at a 80% discount to NAV, and with an interest in a new joint venture? call me old-fashioned, but personally I would choose to pay mayself nothing and take a huge interest in the future with share options, priced while the share price was still in the toilet..... but what do i know?
16/11/2009
10:40
dupree: hello! I was put off selling many for the crash by the spread (what an idiot) so I have safeland, more shares or less, for yonks. There was also the issue of needing to place the right number shares for the market, repeatedly, to get rid of them into a market that one is driving down oneself. What do they call that (maximum) number of shares that the market is habituated to dealing in routinely? Anyway its rather small isn't it for Safeland? I bought in some replacements on 13th, though I see that not showing up on the trade page. I forget the price but it was much tighter than the quoted spread. At the bottom end i think. I think beagle is very correct to pick up on the salaries. The directors make sure of doing nicely from their little family firm. This sort of thing can be an indicator of deep rooted fishiness. It can be fair to have an investing rule that stays far away from things like salaries and perky luxuries that seem to reflect a level of success not apparent in the accounts, no excuses. However with lil' old safeland, I think what you see is what you get. topvest will know better, but I suspect SAF have a history of (share price) frequently lingering noticeably further behind NAV than the wider property asset market average? i called up a chart that said that's exactly were they are now. I must admit to being considerably unsure just what Safeland may do next to make money. But the nav at least indicates some safety net, not a share to lose sleep over?
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