Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
British Land Company LSE:BLND London Ordinary Share GB0001367019 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.50p -0.88% 618.50p 618.50p 619.50p 625.00p 618.50p 623.50p 3,653,264 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 589.0 195.0 18.8 32.9 6,369.38

British Land Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/11/2017
15:34
I have held these shares since 2011 and this September I started to buy each month towards a specific target. I hope this growth continues :-)
sicker
16/11/2017
13:23
The Triton Square deal is very promising indeed! I've never doubted the resilience of London real estate, luckily enough did to give me a very welcome entry point. This can just reinvest dividends for the next quarter of a century afaic
cmackay
16/11/2017
09:08
The discount is now (939-605)/939=35.6%
chiragmahe
16/11/2017
09:04
Highlights A strong first half of successful leasing activity: 1.3m sq ft of lettings and renewals 6.8% ahead of ERV, securing £32m of additional future rent At 98%, portfolio is effectively full on both sides of the business Secured the largest West End pre-let in over 20 years at 1 Triton Square Good financial performance: Profit maintained at £198m despite £1.5bn of sales since March 2016 NAV up 2.6% to 939p, with valuations up 1.4% Half year dividend increase of 3% to 15.04p A balanced approach to development risk; well positioned for future growth: Committed pipeline, representing £55m ERV, increased by 760,000 sq ft in the half Speculative exposure at 4%, with 57% of committed pipeline pre-let or under offer 1.8m sq ft of planning approvals including Paddington Gateway, Meadowhall Leisure extension Continued focus on capital discipline and further diversifying our sources of finance: LTV reduced by 300 bps to 26.9% with WAIR at 3.0% Successfully issued £300m Sterling Bond £156m of £300m share buyback undertaken: on track for completion by end of financial year
chiragmahe
16/11/2017
09:01
Good set of HY results, I'm glad I squirreled away enough to get a decent dividend reinvestment while it was in the 590s range. Discount on NAV even further now, what was it up to? 939?
cmackay
08/11/2017
11:27
Buyback paused due to 'poets' day for broker
argylerich
07/11/2017
16:19
any news? for the fall?
chiragmahe
07/11/2017
09:06
why has buyback paused?
chiragmahe
04/11/2017
17:45
So that explains the tax credit I receive in my ISA for BLND
argylerich
04/11/2017
17:26
Not if you hold it in an ISA.
deanforester
04/11/2017
11:07
As a newbie to reit shares it seems there is a 20% tax charge compared to 7.5% on ord share divi's. I understand I would have to pay 20% as it's considered as property rental income. Doesn't this cancel out the benefit of a reit ?
sandoval
01/11/2017
10:06
Volume really through the roof on this, LAND and to some extent HMSO. Serious different views on these stocks. I think this is the last of the really pessimistic sellers going through now and they've got buyers to sell into. Of course I would say that ;-)
cc2014
31/10/2017
11:13
Might get a boe rate rise soon. Adding to more downward pressure
chiragmahe
30/10/2017
15:43
Chris, Shyship knows this sector like the back of his hand, personally I would listen to his take.
essentialinvestor
30/10/2017
15:26
gonna go higher or lower? Predictions?
chiragmahe
29/10/2017
16:30
I sold out of HLCL, my last REIT holding 3 weeks ago. Have traded BLND and GPOR frequently, however the backdrop looks unfavourable. Flipside is a fat discount to current NAV.
essentialinvestor
29/10/2017
16:04
Well, they bought 944k @ 590.26p to hold them at that 590p. Certainly incredibly tempting, but the Brexit mood music currently so negative for London property, so will continue to watch and wait...
skyship
29/10/2017
14:04
big battle on Friday, lets so who wins
ntv
27/10/2017
09:37
yields at 5,10% Not bad
chiragmahe
27/10/2017
09:36
589.64 and falling hmmmmm
chiragmahe
26/10/2017
14:13
land broke the other day, missed the short at £10, stop out blnd long and not about to reverse so will probably test the recent lows may even test post bexit vote lows . now that would be interesting As i said before these larger companies can't buy anything because the large discount to nett asset value so any purchase is immediately dilutive so it is taking the bigger players out of the market Buying in their own shares is the only option
ntv
26/10/2017
11:40
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-26/u-k-retail-sales-plunge-at-fastest-annual-pace-in-eight-years
chiragmahe
26/10/2017
00:07
I would like a few hundred at anything up to 605 if I can get the trade exit I'm looking for elsewhere. Would go higher if need be though.
cmackay
23/10/2017
08:51
Looks like it’s going to test 600p again
chiragmahe
22/10/2017
13:10
Sorely tempted to buy back in for the 4.8% yield & potential rise back to the 475p level; at which level the shares would still be on a 4.3% yield. The concern holding these back surely has to be summarised in this link posted by Yieldsearch on the CP+ thread - an interesting take on the London office market: hTTps://www.fitchratings.com/site/pr/10007472 https://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshot&u=2geKysMyrvwiYrdvUH41uOXfFRkbqjd%2B&kslash=s
skyship
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