Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Telford Homes LSE:TEF London Ordinary Share GB0031022154 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.75p -0.80% 340.75p 341.00p 341.75p 347.50p 340.00p 342.75p 223,232.00 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 245.6 32.2 39.3 8.7 255.61

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/2/2017
17:58
Startosphere It was 90% sold in November 2014 !! over 2.5 years before completion This devlopment although there is a profit share based on an "overage" with previous site owner Caraneo the prices achieved are a country mile ahead of those envisaged at the outset Likley to be the equvalent of over a years profits alone form this little belter
hillofwad
21/2/2017
16:50
A piece of news from TEF which I missed a few days ago: Telford Homes' latest landmark development 'Stratosphere' in Stratford has now successfully sold all 307 apartments, almost a year ahead of construction completion. Sales at the scheme have been consistent since its initial launch, when the first phase of apartments sold out in just six weeks. The development's second phase received a similar response from those looking to invest in this desirable location, and the final apartments released in the Autumn of 2016 were snapped up very quickly. More of this article Here: hTTp://www.telfordhomes.london/news/telford-homes-sells-out-at-stratosphere-e15
gp1948
18/2/2017
13:58
Thanks for the link speeds. Usefull website.
spob
17/2/2017
17:38
Yes Jim bought and sold around that date in July and did a bit of swapping shares around with his partner He has confirmed he is selling a few as one woulld expect with an 80 year old but neverone to miss a deal as he bought in a few years back when the share price dropped
hillofwad
17/2/2017
16:57
He bought in July 2016 @ £3.01 http://www.investegate.co.uk/telford-homes-plc--tef-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/201607041449071806D/
adam
17/2/2017
15:43
Jim and David Durrant announced sometime ago they will be offloading some Jim is 80 Only limited times of the year to offload Nothing to read into it Wont be long til the 4th PRS sale is in the bag Expect Durrant to piggyback Jim with one more tranche
hillofwad
17/2/2017
10:50
What's his total holding ? The RNS is supposed to include that info
spob
17/2/2017
09:45
still plays an active role in the company. always makes me smile , the story of him literally jigging round the office the moment London won the Olympics - his land buying 'gamble' had paid off
harry the haddock
17/2/2017
09:35
Can't blame him - might as well enjoy it in the time remaining!
corbeta
17/2/2017
09:26
James Furlong (80), land director, offloads £178k.
priteshpatel9
15/2/2017
18:34
Pillion Growth It looks good doesnt it !! The last penthouse at Parliament Houses has just gone(probbaly more than they paid for the whole site originally as it was a distressedpurchase) and one of the penthouses at Horizons has just gone under offer this week The last apartments at Bermondsey TEFare making a big play for the owner-occupiers using the advanced deposits schemes under £600k so hopefuly thesewill get mopped up As we move towardthe end of the year the monster profits from Strartosphere start finding their way home These boys are the business
hillofwad
06/2/2017
18:14
heading for 450p
larva
06/2/2017
18:06
Particularly if they sold just before and brought back in after
lancasterbomber
06/2/2017
16:41
Anyone who bought at around Brexit time and held has done well.
capricious71
04/2/2017
08:46
Comment on recently-announced acquisition of former LEB Building on Cambridge Heath Road by CEO Jon Di-Stefano - HTTPS://www.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcasts/58933610509d1a5e5504a1cb/telford-homes-plc-acquisition-of-cambridge-heath-road-for-30-2m
speedsgh
02/2/2017
12:23
I'm still hoping to see the highs again, but perhaps that's on a slightly different timeframe, unless we get some M&A. Thanks for posting the charts.
1gw
02/2/2017
11:33
Belatedly read the tip in the IC – kicking myself for having to pay an extra 10p but decided to buy in any event. Technically the True Strength Indicator (thnx for that intro Lucky Mouse) shows we’ve now broken out of the downtrend. Personal targets are 472p for a 10% gain; then on to 400p for an overall 18% gain: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
01/2/2017
22:15
former London Electricity Board Building, Cambridge Heath Road... fronts Cambridge Heath Road on left hand side, just after Birbeck Street. HTTPS://goo.gl/maps/HzrC1hVvJ1L2 HTTPS://goo.gl/maps/VCwmR7XPSt62 HTTPS://www.flickr.com/photos/chrisdb1/15196742255/in/photostream/
speedsgh
01/2/2017
20:31
HoW Your post 2128 is one of the most insightful I have read for a long time. The future does indeed look bright for TEF
cutlosses
01/2/2017
16:06
rns looks to have been well received. lots more mileage in the share price here imho m
maurillac
01/2/2017
13:27
Bold move with the highest price paid yet by TEF for a site Dont worry these boys know what they are doing Great site close to a Peabody development which has sold offplan like hot cakes Immdedaitely djoins a new shiny Unite student block with park views Rear boundary ofthe site is the railway line(elevated) minor neg Looks ideal for an PRS purchaser Another gem in the portfolio for the future The future is bright the future is Telford Well done
hillofwad
01/2/2017
13:03
Telford Homes Plc (AIM: TEF), the residential property developer focused on non-prime London, is pleased to announce that it has exchanged contracts for the purchase of a significant development site, the former London Electricity Board ('LEB') Building, Cambridge Heath Road, E2, from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets for GBP30.2 million. The 0.94 acre site is located in the heart of Bethnal Green. Serviced by excellent transport links including Bethnal Green Underground station (100m away) and the nearby Whitechapel Crossrail station (operational in 2018), the area has become a highly desirable location to live and work. The proposed re-development by Telford Homes will deliver much needed new open market and affordable homes along with an element of commercial space. The expected gross development value of the scheme is approximately GBP95 million and, subject to planning consent, the Group expects to commence work on site in 2018 with completion anticipated in 2021. Jon Di-Stefano, Chief Executive of Telford Homes, commented: "We are delighted to announce the purchase of such a significant site in Bethnal Green. This development fits perfectly with our strategy of developing sites in non-prime London locations where there is a fundamental lack of supply of new homes compared to significant demand from prospective owners and tenants. The site adds to our already strong pipeline of high quality developments and we look forward to securing a planning consent and commencing construction as soon as possible next year."
aishah
27/1/2017
15:59
Tip of the Week in Investors Chronicle... Telford's exciting pipeline - HTTP://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2017/01/26/tips-and-ideas/share-tips/tips-of-the-week/telford-s-exciting-pipeline-4TB22I9MOoZm8BLaL9QPqO/article.html
speedsgh
13/1/2017
07:34
Most of the few unsold apartments in Telford Homes developments which complete this calendar year are in the £600-£725k price range . The 2 developments at Bermondsey and Canary Wharf . This of course just being above the £600k ceiling for the legup for London buyers available under Govt Initatives.Suspect that these are going to prove more difficult to shift .Every confidence though in the TEF team to have all these away on completion. Their sales tours to the Far East have played a big part in the success story and it looks as if stopping off in India en route might be on the cards for the next foreign launch hxxp://www.propertyindustryeye.com/london-property-gains-benefit-from-indias-overseas-investment-rules/
hillofwad
13/1/2017
06:44
There were more first-time home buyers in 2016 than at any time since the start of the financial crisis, according to research by Halifax bank. It also found the average price of a first home in the UK broke through the £200,000 barrier for the first time.The Halifax First-Time Buyer Review said the number of buyers entering the market hit 335,750 last year, up 7.3% on 2015. That is the highest level since the start of the financial crisis in 2007, and 75% higher than the all-time low of 192,300 first-time purchases seen in 2008. Halifax housing economist Martin Ellis attributed the increase in first-time buyer numbers to continuing low mortgage rates and high levels of employment which had "supported the market"BBC news
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