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PIER Brighton Pier Group Plc (the)

40.50
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 01:00:00
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% 40.50 39.00 42.00 40.50 40.50 40.50 3,172 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Drinking Places (alcoholic) 34.76M -7.54M -0.2021 -2.00 15.1M
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 40.50p. 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 £15.10 million. Brighton Pier has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.00.

Brighton Pier Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/5/2024
14:58
I mean, the average Mirror reader is generally in favour of free everything for everyone regardless of the cost, so no surprises there.
shbgetreal
14/5/2024
12:20
Why should should any pier that provides entertainment be free, tourists and visitors need to understand that it needs maintaining on a health and safety perspective. No different to any business raising their prices!
bookbroker
14/5/2024
11:45
The Daily Mirror doesn't like it, but the market clearly does. Now retraced the whole post-results drop.https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/uk-ireland/tourists-livid-beloved-free-attraction-32800156.amp
ijamlon
14/5/2024
09:58
The Annual pass could include free access to the pier on all visits making that more desirable and bringing in up front revenue.
davidosh
14/5/2024
09:30
Good points, agree. And a chance to pre-sell ride tickets at the same time and offer the annual pass.
dartboard1
13/5/2024
11:50
I think there are other elements of the charge that could be interesting too. Does it counter-intuitively lead to more expenditure on the pier? People might be more inclined to 'make the most' of a visit they've paid for. Does it clear out the bottom end of the customer quality range and lead to a slightly less down-market offering overall. Does it provide opportunities to gather better data on visitor / consumer trends?
ijamlon
13/5/2024
11:04
4.3m I think it was when I checked. With locals getting in free your estimate of 1m revenue rather than my 2 is probably closer to the mark
dartboard1
13/5/2024
09:34
Agreed. Maybe £2 but this could include a £1 off food/drink and voucher. Bournemouth pier charge £1.65. Have done for ages
thecroots
13/5/2024
06:05
If dartboard is right and hope he is 4m visitors to the pier allowing for a few not going thats over 3 million pounds a year income nearly all profit a £1 coin now is like small change now, I think they could got away with £2 but lets see how it goes
goldie40
09/5/2024
20:39
4m visitors a year ... so let's say they have most of those in the peak time ... but have a slight drop off with some not willing to pay entrance fee ... I would say should put extra 2m in revenue / cash flow in 2024 ... not bad. Hope they have the logistics set up so people arnt queued up waiting etc
dartboard1
09/5/2024
16:23
good idea charging to go on the pier should start now admission could top over a million people plus all good cash flow
goldie40
09/5/2024
14:29
Thanks for this - i will mention this also if thats ok...
thecroots
09/5/2024
13:07
Thanks Croots, last word on VR then I promise to shut up about it! I know an investor in a London franchise of a VR experience called Sandbox and apparently they are generating £400k of free cash flow per month from it! I was wondering if something similar could folded into some golf sites https://sandboxvr.com/london/
ijamlon
09/5/2024
12:19
Hi Ijamlon

I will mention the VR stuff in my meeting next week.

Well we know for certain the near £5m positive impairment charge is going to show on this years accounts - which will be a lovely boost. I know impairment charge are really a balance sheet exercise but it will be good for this years figures. Just hoping the weather is a lot better this year. Hosepipe ban kinda weather!!!

thecroots
09/5/2024
11:05
This stock has such a minute value it really wouldn't take much to get a major re-rating. I like the pier entrance charging experiment, I like the ideas Croots is backing around cabins, I like the golf expansion. I still think there's room for some more investment in next generation tech-based leisure activities. Helter skelters and Penny Falls can only get you so far. As I've said in here before, there are vast cashflows being generated in new VR experiences in UK at the moment. It's a relatively easy add-in for them.
ijamlon
08/5/2024
19:33
Good move Kirmich

It should easily be a lot higher in 12 months (All things being equal) in my opinion.

thecroots
08/5/2024
14:58
Not bad, a lot depending on the weather. Would have liked a better cashflow, but very well managed.
Bought some more today

kirmich
08/5/2024
14:44
agreed dartboard. its a lot of skin in an illiquid stock.

I have a significant shareholder roadshow next week so should get a better insight of plans.

hopefully they will be engaging with the Edison Group. Google them and what they do.

thecroots
08/5/2024
14:23
Also a comment on them reporting EBITDA. I don't like it as a lot of the rent is going through right of use asset depreciation. So golf appears impossibly profitable until you add back ROU depreciation. But still nicely profitable with it I guess. And they mentioned in strategy section they're on the look out to add to the number of golf sites. Would like to see some this year.
dartboard1
08/5/2024
14:21
Nice work croots ... that's a lot of skin in the game in a very illiquid stock. I've got a good percentage of my port here. But is a rounding error compared to you ... lol
dartboard1
08/5/2024
08:53
hi bookbroker

last weekend was good weather except for the monday as you say.


heatwave on the cards for this weekend.
I think this year will be a good year for them.

thecroots
08/5/2024
08:08
Things never easy for this company, and last BH. a washout also, certainly in the south, better up north. Always thought a charge for the Pier itself prudent, not a lot to ask people to pay to help maintain it!
bookbroker
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