Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Countryside Properties Plc LSE:CSP London Ordinary Share GB00BYPHNG03 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.20 -0.44% 493.00 492.00 492.60 496.00 482.00 495.20 1,299,417 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 1,237.1 203.6 37.7 13.1 2,219

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/4/2005
09:14
likewise i am very interested in csp - nav above share price, small profit which a takeover could very much improve via stripping of some admin costs - it may take time but i see a 20p ish takeover in due course IMO . We have a dragons nearby and livingwell and d. Lloyd which all cater for differing groups of people
ramas
05/4/2005
08:24
Hi recs., Thank for your observations. The turn-round story attracts me. Plus the property backed embedded value. [ 300k trade just printed]. rgds., H
heidigynne
05/4/2005
08:13
we have a Dragons where I live, my wife & her friends belong to it, I looked at it but was not overly impressed. The competition within a 1 mile radius is fierce with a large David Lloyd & a Top Notch in walking distance. A further mega large David Lloyd is being built about 10 miles away.... On the positive side, they seem to have a hard-core contingent (including my wife) who would not leave there & go somewhere else... £60 per month for membership...seems average enough. Cant see how they will attract new members though as the club is relatively small compared to the David Lloyd - although parking is free, a major plus in the town area...
recruiter
05/4/2005
07:56
OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS • 10% growth in Dragons operating profit (excluding central costs) to £6.4m (2003: £5.8m) • 2.6% improvement in Dragons operating margin • Club membership up 3% on like for like basis to 51,237 • Club joiners up 5% on like for like basis to 27,894 • Transfer to AIM completed in May 2004 • Capital reconstruction completed in June 20 Commenting on the future, Martyn Grealey, Chief Executive of Crown Sports, said; 'In the short term the market remains tough and highly competitive but we are continuing to make progress with net membership growth of over 3% in the first quarter of 2005 which represents a significant achievement in challenging market places.'
heidigynne
05/4/2005
07:42
Crown Sports PLC 05 April 2005 For Immediate Release 5 April 2005 Crown Sports PLC Preliminary Results for the Year Ended 31 December 2004 RETURN TO PROFITS AND DIVIDEND Crown Sports plc, the health and fitness club operator, today announces preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2004 and the payment of a dividend for the year. 'Our performance over the past year has seen a good uplift in profitability and further significant reductions in our debt levels, reflecting the success of our strategy of disposing of non core businesses whilst focusing on the health and fitness sector. The work undertaken by the management team has resulted in the successful completion of our turnaround plan that has established a distinctive platform on which to build our business for the future.' Ray Pierce, Chairman. RESULTS • Group turnover £22.9m (2003: £26.3m) • Group operating profit (pre exceptional items) up 40% to £4.2m (2003: £3.0m) • Pre tax profits £3.3m (2003: £2.0m loss) • Earnings per share 0.8p (2003: loss 0.8p) • Net debt down £5.3m (29%) to £12.7m (2003: £18.0m) • Gearing down to 25% (2003: 37%) • Net Assets per share 17.3p (2003 : 16.7p) • Final dividend proposed 0.27p (2003 : nil)
heidigynne
05/4/2005
06:23
i mean 17p
nikesh4
05/4/2005
06:23
net assets 27p per share why is this so low solid results
nikesh4
16/12/2004
10:35
LA Fitness deal surely further enhances buy case for Crown...50-100% cheap in my view...don't forget NAV is way above share price
konkel
04/11/2004
09:58
Hi Wonder Boy, Felt you were fighting a bit of a lone battle on this stock so have taken a position to join you!! I agree that, on the face of it, this is a prime candidate for takeover,VC,MBO etc...even if this is not the case co. seems to have dramatically turned around its fortunes and should be able to power on independently. The tight share register is, in my opinion, a positive as it keeps the punters away and makes any end game so much easier to deliver. Good luck WB and all other holders.
konkel
19/10/2004
12:01
Anyone else think this could be a takeover target? LA Fitness CEO is known to be on the acquisition trial. Loads of the other big players are now in the hands of the private equity houses & everyone knows their appetite for takeovers. NAV of £50 million (surely due an upward revision in light of property prices in recent years). Reliable and growing profit circa £2 million. Market cap of just £27million = BARGAIN!
wonder boy
16/4/2004
18:38
I picked this up --- The Company has announced that it is proceeding with the transfer to trading on AIM. It is expected that admission to trading on AIM and cancellation of listing will become effective on 6th May 2004.
mufmitz
15/4/2004
11:29
this stock, given the recent rise, the modest fall back yesterday pm, and the resurgent rise again this am looks to be one of the strongest prospects on small cap market...any one have a clue as to price target in 2-3 months (or weeks at this rate!!)..given NAV currently 16p
sportbilly1976
15/4/2004
11:28
Give it time - small volm shifts this - we are getting nice sustained buys
terry moon
15/4/2004
11:07
offer moving up, will the bid follow??
pointscorer
15/4/2004
11:05
Moving up again this is building nicely - could see it break through 12p today
terry moon
15/4/2004
10:54
looking strong - adding all the way 8.5, 9, 10, 11.5
terry moon
15/4/2004
10:47
Could be! It is an odd situation when so much of the equity is held by so few people.
mufmitz
15/4/2004
10:02
Given that 84% is held by 6 holders - i wonder if the MM's are requesting that stock be entered onto the market to improve liquidity....could explain the large sells...imo
sportbilly1976
15/4/2004
09:54
Another 175k sell @ 10.5??????
pointscorer
14/4/2004
15:51
the 125k T trade at 10.5 probably was single handedly responsible for the fall this pm...expect another gain tomorrow...
sportbilly1976
14/4/2004
15:09
I don't think I bought enough! Only about 8K. I find it a little worrying that so much of the share issue is held by so few people. This can encourage wild swings in the share price. If they knew anything they could dump the lot and holders like me would get stuffed. I am fairly convinced however that CSP is the way forward. When everybody got lots of exercise just cycling to work we didn't need health and fitness clubs but now we do. It could be a real growth area.
mufmitz
14/4/2004
15:07
1 v 2 10.25/10.75
pointscorer
14/4/2004
15:02
good to see though that buyers are coming in despite the fall - seeing the increased value for money at these levels they probably didn't think they would see again!!
sportbilly1976
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