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PIER Brighton Pier Group Plc (the)

44.50
0.00 (0.00%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brighton Pier Group Plc (the) LSE:PIER London Ordinary Share GB00BG49KW66 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 44.50 44.00 45.00 44.50 44.00 44.50 0.00 08:00:25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Drinking Places (alcoholic) 58.91M 6.37M 0.1709 2.60 16.59M
Brighton Pier Group Plc (the) is listed in the Drinking Places (alcoholic) sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PIER. The last closing price for Brighton Pier was 44.50p. Over the last year, Brighton Pier shares have traded in a share price range of 30.80p to 59.50p.

Brighton Pier currently has 37,286,284 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Brighton Pier is £16.59 million. Brighton Pier has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 2.60.

Brighton Pier Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/12/2023
07:50
An acquaintance recently raised a good amount on equity on Crowdfunder at almost the same valuation PIER was at last week (about £12mlm). They are a handful of guys developing a low cost platform for managing pensions. No assets, IP, revenue, nor customers. No competitive advantage in a crowded, medium growth sector. Why the market puts such an incredibly low value on one of Englands top leisure portfolios, with revenues of 40mln and solid free cash generation is a mystery. I think the almost untradeably low share liquidity is part of it.
ijamlon
07/12/2023
12:37
It was more the golf venues and pubs I was thinking
thecroots
07/12/2023
09:33
True, business rates relief next year at -75% but do remember it was always subject to a cap of £110k soBPG are only £110k better off…
roddyb
06/12/2023
16:29
I know right. And a nice delayed buy at 37p - made to look like a sell!!
thecroots
06/12/2023
15:51
Bit of life in this old dog!
bookbroker
22/11/2023
18:15
Should be good for both the pubs and the golf venues....
thecroots
22/11/2023
13:20
Hunt extends business rates 75% discount for hospitality sector for another year
ijamlon
21/11/2023
22:30
After the conversation yesterday they are not red flags for me.

With the weather its a given that we aren't going to make up shortfall. It's the future I'm interested in with this share. Improving balance sheet all the time. Net debt is tiny now.

thecroots
21/11/2023
20:25
Those lease liabilities look like a possible red flag

"LIABILITIES
Current liabilities
Trade and other payables 8,189 8,928 3,833
Other financial liabilities 485 1,371 11,327
Lease liabilities 2,154 1,842 1,808
Income tax payable 987 1,297 987
Provisions 119 - 119
11,934 13,438 18,074
-------- -------- ------------
Non-current liabilities
Other financial liabilities 10,400 11,271 -
Lease liabilities 24,617 24,359 25,365
Deferred tax liability 512 524 512
Other payables 261 - 261
35,790 36,154 26,138
-------- -------- ------------

TOTAL LIABILITIES 47,724 49,592 44,212
-------- -------- ------------

pugugly
20/11/2023
20:28
Another missing piece is making this stock investable for slightly larger investors. The current liquidity with its tiny market cap and most of those shares locked away, has left it a very retail affair. Most days it's a few hundred quids worth traded here and there. There's nothing wrong with us retail investors, but we'll never be able to give it a proper re-rating.
ijamlon
19/11/2023
21:45
Got to look forward. Unlikely to have rail strikes for the next 3 years (especially if our mate kier gets in). Invest accordingly
dartboard1
19/11/2023
21:43
Surely these are all good items you bring up. Net debt has reduced from 13m in 21 to 7m in 22 to 4m in 22. The 3m loss is impairment of 2.9m so not cash. And cash flow statement looks great, hence the reduction in net debt. Not sure what you point is.
dartboard1
19/11/2023
20:35
Group loss on ordinary activities after tax was GBP(3.6) million (2022: profit of GBP0.4 million).

-- Net debt at the end of the period: GBP4.7 million (25 Dec 2022: GBP7.1 million)

In order to meet broker targets (imo) will have to have a significant increase in 2nd half turnover and cost stability = IMO unlikely given weather, rail strikes, and general tightening of domestic budgets.

pugugly
19/11/2023
19:04
The valuation should be around £20mln, the Pier itself is worth that without the other three divisions.
bookbroker
19/11/2023
18:54
This is a steal at these prices, they should sell the bars division, focus on family entertainment!
bookbroker
06/11/2023
14:40
They could charge £1 easily, but give a voucher for £2 off food or rides.The dosh would roll in.
montyhedge
01/11/2023
20:28
Yeah. Looks like some happy visitors... bringing in some cash late in the year...
dartboard1
23/10/2023
21:08
Agreed - its like £24 to park for four hours anyway on Marine drive. Or was!
thecroots
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