Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashley House Plc LSE:ASH London Ordinary Share GB00B1KKCZ55 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.30 2.20 2.40 2.30 2.30 2.30 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 18.5 1.8 2.9 0.8 1

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31/1/2018
08:24
The Morgan Ashley scheme won in Hampshire is a big one approx £18.5m. They certainly need to get more than Scarborough & Peterborough closed to be able to be profitable for the full year so must have other projects expected to reach financial close by the end of April.
cockerhoop
31/1/2018
08:12
In line with what those of us here were expecting, with confirmation the agreement is 50/50 with Morgan Sindall. As you say yump they say Scarborough could close as early as this week. and a decent pipeline of opportunities into the bargain.Have left a cheeky buy order for the day but amazed if it gets filled, even with the market initially reacting to the headline figure, rather than the future news, with a small move lower
microscope
31/1/2018
08:08
They must be making a fortune in the second half to reverse that kind of loss to make overall profits Just shows what the business can now do. mm's have got this wrong marking it down although it's impossible to get a buy quote currently at 11p online
dave4545
31/1/2018
08:00
So, the larger scheme Scarborough to close this week and a smaller modular scheme currently in build. Two modulars completed were Consett and Banbury. Two more larger modular schemes mentioned as well. One extra care and a hotel. Apart from the freeing up of the main pipeline, it looks like modular is already moving in a promising direction. So I guess the next lot of news waiting for is for some of the pipeline schemes to start moving.
yump
29/1/2018
09:09
Perhaps there's some changes to the agreements, given the MS tie-up.
yump
27/1/2018
18:58
Will be interesting to get an update. Somewhat surprised they haven’t closed the two schemes they promised were short term. Happier out than in, but will keep watching.
topvest
26/1/2018
10:28
Could of course be any day up to Wednesday. Does irritate me somewhat when companies leave it to the last day, but seems common market practice.As you say, no need to fret. We know everything has changed since.
microscope
26/1/2018
10:12
Don't sweat the figures Dibs...they'll be dire. looking forward this should get a rerate this year similar to ZOO (although maybe not as much). I can only think the reason they're not already a lot higher is that the next figures will be poor and it hasn't yet been gained enough of a following.
elited10
26/1/2018
08:24
So Monday it is then ....
dibs61
25/1/2018
11:49
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4OCgE1CPR8
norbert colon
24/1/2018
13:07
Sorry for all the posts with various links but a useful library for us all hopefully:https://www.propertyweek.com/comment/resi-modular-building-is-key-to-solving-the-housing-crisis/5084972.articleResults due shortly.
norbert colon
24/1/2018
13:00
Last 2 yrs, the interims were on 26th Jan, so could be interims this Fri... The outlook will be crucial...
sikhthetech
21/1/2018
23:22
Probably not popular enough and too unpredictable for any shorting. The time for that was when it rose on no real news a few times in the past. All it would take is one significant announcement about pipeline scheme release to put the share price into an unguessable rise.
yump
21/1/2018
14:09
Interims due by the end of the month. Think it will be a moment for hard hats. These were always going to be pretty unpleasant as the cap was still an issue for that whole period. Hopefully they will make it clear that 'post balance sheet events' have since transformed the company's prospects. As we know they subsequently got £4 million in from Morgan Sindall for the partnership agreement. No doubt the shorters and scaremongers will have a go, blindly ignoring recent developments as though they hadn't happened.... However I could be wrong, and if the market sees what most of us here see, that the outlook is more important than the historic numbers, then it could easily go up instead. Perhaps just my cynicism making me cautious about that happening! Hopefully we will get an update on the two projects announced late last year as well. Even though I am 'overweight' in position in this share, if there is too much of a reaction, I might buy a few more.
microscope
18/1/2018
21:25
Taking a while on the 2 schemes that were nearing financial close?
topvest
18/1/2018
12:51
https://www.insidehousing.co.uk/news/news/government-commits-to-publish-social-housing-green-paper-by-spring-54074
norbert colon
18/1/2018
10:39
https://www.constructiondive.com/news/offsite-construction-to-ramp-up-in-2018/514950/ Further modular / sector news.
norbert colon
18/1/2018
09:04
This is refreshing and a model that needs to be adopted in England/Wales too:http://www.scottishhousingnews.com/19339/industry-experts-join-housing-minister-promote-offsite-manufacturing/
norbert colon
16/1/2018
21:40
I thought it worthwhile to add to my previous posts by providing some information re: F1 Modular, the 76% owned subsidiary of Ashley House. Ashley House first invested in F1 Modular back in May 2016 taking a 52% stake and further supplemented this acquisition by buying a further 24% as announced on 14th March 2017 taking their ownership up to 76%. The rationale for buying into this business is provided in the RNS’s and primarily allows the Group to further diversify their service offering whilst also benefiting from an increased awareness (and growth) across the construction / real estate sector of the benefits of modular / offsite construction. The F1 Modular website unfortunately is rather scant on detail but I am aware that the factory has a theoretical capacity of 750 houses / per annum although realistically this is more like 250-400 as stated on the website. Clearly this sort of capacity turned into actual output would generate revenues in the tens of millions but the challenge is securing projects and funding them etc. The Board need to convert the current losses at F1 into profits and build the business (and its reputation) so that they can secure more (and bigger) schemes going forward. Another challenge is a big one – the industry / clients / LHA's adopting a new construction method (‘change’;) – a useful article is provided here: hxxps://www.socialhousing.co.uk/comment/comment/modular-building-overcoming-the-funding-and-valuation-challenges-53881 Investors who want to see how profitable a modular housing business can be should take a look at the accounts of Premier Modular Ltd (although they also have a big rental business). Schemes currently completed by F1 include some housing units in Banbury (Oxford), at least one retail unit for Greggs (the bakers) in Bracknell and 8 new bungalows in Stanley in conjunction with HUSK / Karbon Homes: hxxps://www.karbonhomes.co.uk/news/category/development/new-life-for-lock-ups.htm With respect to certification of the ‘modules’; produced by F1, I am aware that they have BBA certification - hxxp://www.bbacerts.co.uk/CertificateFiles/54/5407PS1i1.pdf To answer the question re: CML’s position on MMC (Modern Methods of Construction) my understanding is as provided in the following links: hxxps://chcymru.org.uk/uploads/events_attachments/Agenda_Tech_Services_Network_14.07.17.pdf hxxps://www.cml.org.uk/site-search/?keywords=modern+methods+construction+mmc In summary its rather work in progress from CML and goes back to the point above re: adopting change. With the demise of Carillion this week and an increasingly strong and persistent push by various factions of the construction industry to “modernise or die”, I feel confident we will see more and more offsite / modular construction in the UK and look forward to further news flow from the Group. Hope this is helpful….
norbert colon
16/1/2018
20:45
Ok, give Antony Walters the CEO a call. He's very approachable and PI friendly and would obviously answer your questions far better than I could. The F1 website highlights a scheme whereby they'll locate a factory employing 80-100 people in the local area of a housing scheme of sufficient size. hTTp://www.f1modular.co.uk/vision/
cockerhoop
16/1/2018
20:31
SM I'm not sure if we're talking at crossed purposes here? Are your questions related to the Ashley House Extra Care business where they design and manage the build of supported housing projects for their clients. Or the F1 modular business which as the name suggest provides factory built accommodation for a variety of uses? Elited10, The 2 supported housing schemes have not been announced yet, 1 is traditional build, 1 is modular build. Suspect 1 may be in Scarborough and 1 in York but could be wrong on that. Certainly the earn out on the purchase of F1 suggests it could be valuable in time. 24% of the enlarged modular business reverts to original investors if profits are above £4m in the 3 years from acquisition.
cockerhoop
16/1/2018
19:23
Ps I'd want to know which housing associations and do the deals include the land value? I could actually give them about £100m of build per year myself from our contracted land deals if they can answer the questions on Cml etc
shrewdmole
16/1/2018
14:18
Has anyone got any detailed info on F1 Modular? Late last year ASH (according to their update on the 24/11) were due to close on two housing schemes. If the news did come I've missed it. They have however done a rather natty deal with Morgan Sindall, who in turn, are owners of Morgan Lovell...about to start completing 20homes a week down in Salisbury. 20 a week is pretty pokey. I'm just sniffing around trying to put any sort of value on F1. Also it would appear they have an option on their manufacturing premises in Powys? If anyone has any more detail on F1...gratefully received.
elited10
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