Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
British Land Company Plc LSE:BLND London Ordinary Share GB0001367019 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.20 -0.84% 377.00 3,981,740 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
376.30 376.90 390.80 374.70 374.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 526.00 318.00 -110.00 3,494
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:58:08 O 277,608 377.07 GBX

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British Land Daily Update: British Land Company Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BLND. The last closing price for British Land was 380.20p.
British Land Company Plc has a 4 week average price of 325.80p and a 12 week average price of 316.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 648.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 309.40p.
There are currently 926,682,850 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,268,063 shares. The market capitalisation of British Land Company Plc is £3,493,594,344.50.
williamcooper104: It looks like the position is being parked in Brookfields 2019 vintage real estate PE fund - it's a mega fund Some PE funds have just taken public shareholdings and held them - Starwood bought into GPOR - but LPs don't pay their 2 and 20 for GPs to go buy listed equity (its a little bit more than we pay our broker :) - so a takeover approach is likely (IMO) - if the price is right Brookfield did hold onto a minority in Songbird for years - but that was after they failed to take it over
jonwig: Brookfield stake up from 7.3% to 9.2%: Hardly the time to be a seller.
shieldbug: Essential - It would seem pretty pointless to analyse British Land's NAV performance through the GFC. Property prices were inflated on banker's-bonus fuelled securitised property debt and the market crashed. If you look at the equity raise that Segro were forced into in 2009 it was horrendous. They raised £500m at an 86% discount to the share price. So Segro should be scoffed at even today for that - but who cares now? I think we need to judge property companies on how they fared since that time and where indeed they are headed. Clearly Segro has a much more attractive trajectory than British Land.
ericshunn: The sale of Broadgate to Blackstone was not the greatest property deal for BLND equity holders. From memory BL received about £30 odd m in cash for a 50% share in Broadgate.
shieldbug: In March 2009, Chris Grigg, himself only appointed 3 months earlier, oversaw the issuance of 340,873,589 new shares representing approximately 67% of existing share capital at 225p/share. Current share price was around what it was now. I've no reason to believe that history will repeat itself. It should be some comfort that the guy in charge has been through a previous crisis. This year or next year there will be a new CEO. Lets hope that his/her first action will not be to emulate the current CEO.
nickrl: Essential since capitulation day on 3/4 BLND have held up better than the others you quoted yet there proposition looks less viable for the reasons you state so they need to be below 300p for me.
essentialinvestor: LandSec is the closest listed comparable and probably the fairest as such. However, GPOR and in particular DLN have trouced both LAND and BLND over the last 10 years. They stayed away from large shopping centres. Where both LandSec and BLAND fell down was arguably in not realising the threat to retail asset values and divesting. The real sector star has been Segro who effectively reinvented themselves.
gisjob2: Not doing a lot for the share price. BLND a serial disappointer when compared to it's peers.
shieldbug: To be fair BLND have been selling retail for a while. Perhaps not decisively enough and perhaps not always the right stuff. The company has been responding to (preoccupied with?) the trend towards flexible and co-working which has been massive. Ironically a lot of the flexible/co-working businesses are going to be smashed by the pandemic creating new opportunities for BLND to grow in this area. BLND were well ahead of LAND getting into this segment. Three retail acquisitions the company has made in the past year or so are Woolwich, Tunbridge and New Bond Street Station. All of which look like good value, well located strategic investments. Then there is the move into residential rental in Canada Water. I don't see housing prices fall significantly with all of the cheap money being pumped into the economy so rental will still be needed. Canada Water provides the opportunity for a significant period of income growth.
skyship: I think one has to view BLND share price in the light of the share price just a few weeks ago at sub 600p. Seems to me that at 670p they were getting a bit ahead of themselves, so the partial unravelling of the April rise is not surprising. I missed them last time around; and likely to miss them again, but will wait for c620p. In the meantime happy to play the tiddlers such as LSR (+ 20%YTD); and PCA ahead of next month's Finals. This latter a regional play on a 16.5% discount and a 5% yield. Still on offer at 360p and looking for a run to 400p+ on/after the figures.
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