British Land Investors - BLND

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
British Land Company Plc BLND London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.80 -0.36% 504.20 16:35:05
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
508.40 501.00 515.40 504.20 506.00
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REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS

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DateSubject
06/7/2021
10:08
sharesoc: We are hosting a joint ShareSoc/Yellowstone webinar with British Land on the 19th July which may be of interest to current shareholders and potential investors. Simon Carter (CEO) and David Walker (interim CFO) will be presenting: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-yellowstone-webinar-with-british-land-blnd-19-july-2021/
18/11/2020
18:56
porsche1945: @ghhhh Probably not, the pound has been trashed since 2016 brexit fiasco, foreign investors dont want to be invested in politically unstable countries or buying into depreciating currencies. UK needs a brexit deal and a soft one or the U.K. is even more fxxked than it already is. Either way the countries best days long past. I drove through London this afternoon, totally dead, I’d be selling BL and quick.
28/8/2020
16:42
williamcooper104: Totally agree Last cycle it was much easier even if it did seem like the economy was going to be toast for a long time Far far harder to call WFH/covid Ultimately it's probably just yet another extreme cycle in what's always been an extremely cyclical market The better investors/operators like DLN/GPOR have almost no debt - so they will likely do well out of it - but if you invest in them now you need to be comfortable with what's likely to be volatile ride
24/7/2020
12:55
shieldbug: If you recall that following the Brexit vote many turned bearish on London offices. Since Brexit not much London office has been built compared to what was planned at the time of the vote. In the same period investors have also turned bearish on retail. I get that this is changing but a lot of it is sentiment. Where sentiment and reality diverges, opportunities occur. Is the discount to NAV justified? If they liquidated the portfolio over the next 3 or 4 years what would they get? Currently REITs are at a massive discount to property prices - whatever you think of the NAVs.
12/5/2020
11:03
outlawinvestor: Terrible results from LAND got investors spooked.
13/11/2019
13:22
bookbroker: Already his valued at a large discount to NAV., you may be right where the trajectory is, but yield is what investors want, and net debt is pretty fair!
01/10/2019
15:13
shieldbug: 15 year program. Its not like they need to fund the whole lot in one go. First phase on site next year. Haven't seen anything specific on financing Canada Water, but it would be no different to their ongoing program of developments. Some funds will likely come from 5 year plan to reduce retail from 45% to 30-35% of portfolio. 2021, 2022 and 2024 have significant debt maturity but other years are quite modest. In the panel discussion of the recent investor presentation Grigg says that their instinct is to make a start on Canada Water unless something catastrophic happens with Brexit. At the same time he said he thought some of their competitors had been expecting a drop in the market and that they would be able to restock - but that hasn't really happened. Have to wait and see how that plays out.
18/9/2019
12:08
shieldbug: Analyst and investor day - Video will be available on Monday September 23rd.
13/9/2019
19:12
shieldbug: Thanks Outlaw - that makes a good read. Nice to see this before the Analyst & Investor day next Wednesday.
02/8/2019
16:25
jonwig: London Offices not dead yet: An Asian investor has offered to buy a landmark property development on London’s South Bank for more than £875m, in the latest boost to a real estate market affected this year by Brexit jitters. The investor has made a formal offer to buy Southbank Place, a development that includes a large WeWork co-working space opening this year and the London headquarters of Shell, according to two people briefed on the situation. They have offered above the £875m asking price, increasing the probability that the deal will be completed, although it could still fall through, the people said. Developers Almacantar have for now ceased marketing the building. https://www.ft.com/content/770e43a6-b51d-11e9-8cb2-799a3a8cf37b
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