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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
First Property Group Plc LSE:FPO London Ordinary Share GB0004109889 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 35.25 34.50 36.00 35.25 35.25 35.25 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 16.3 5.5 4.4 8.0 39

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/10/2013
10:34
What is the situation with regard to the University Superannuation Fund and the announcement that the fund will require more readies from the universities.
darias
18/10/2013
11:27
FPO gets a positive mention in this IC article on building the ideal AIM portfolio: http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2013/10/17/shares/news-and-analysis/the-ideal-aim-portfolio-OMuUTBDCWGYuyHFIn6QnxM/article.html
dashton42
14/8/2013
12:44
Dashton42, Planning not waived but commerical building now easier to change to residential but still has to go through Planning application process.
n13518
14/8/2013
11:57
n13518 - it's probably a combination of factors. There've been some very positive articles (tips) in Investors Chronicle, there's the apparent relaxation (or waiver) of planning permission required for their commercial to domestic conversions, the housing market seems to be in bubble territory with all the government stimulus measures, AIM shares can now be held in ISAs (with the removal of stamp duty next year I think), and so it goes on. http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2013/08/12/comment/simon-thompson/shares-with-hidden-value-AdO4gvxiXF8VRC6UrhEflN/article.html http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2013/07/23/tips-and-ideas/share-tips/first-property-returns-to-development-4MOpVD9LiHFr4gbvlThfzM/article.html
dashton42
13/8/2013
13:03
My post 170 said Planning laws to convert from commercial to residential and relaxed. I should know and I have Planning knowledge and have dealt with similar change from Commerical to residential. Is this driving up the price?
n13518
12/8/2013
12:09
Just tipped by Simon Thompson in IC, it's rocketing! His target price is 27.5p!
blondeamon
30/7/2013
20:17
dashton42 Many thanks for the reply, I openly admit I wasn`t aware that planning permission was not required, that should speed up the conversion process considerably.
yupawiese2010
30/7/2013
08:35
yupawiese201, FPO was tipped in IC on 23rd July; not sure if this is what's behind recent share price moves. Property in its various guises seems to be the name of the game at the moment (partly due to the gov's Help to Buy scheme?). Note this from the IC article: "...The planning process for converting offices into homes has been temporarily lifted by the coalition government. Most central and inner London boroughs have successfully lobbied for exceptions, but in the vast majority of England developers can, until May 2016, turn office blocks into blocks of flats without planning permission. First Property plans to continue acquiring old offices, probably through a fund with third-party investors. " So - no planning permission required re. the Bracknell / Old Woking conversions?
dashton42
29/7/2013
17:34
Reference the large volume of small trades in recent days, has this been featured in the I.C or other tip sheet. If so, was there any mention of the conversion of the office blocks to residential use.?
yupawiese2010
23/7/2013
07:54
Topvest Asset manager? But those assets are clearly property and therefore as a property manager they have to make decisions to get the best return. What do you want the company to do? Put all their funds into Savils? Whether or not the developments in Woking or Bracknell are astute moves only time will tell. I hope that they have had preliminary discussions with planners at least to see that PP is likely to be granted. It is all very well to say that government policy with regard to planning has changed but it is local worthies that make the preliminary decision and if going to appeal a strong case has to be made.
darias
22/7/2013
20:46
Yes, but all a bit of a high risk change given they were focusing on being an asset manager!
topvest
22/7/2013
13:02
Today's announcement of Purchase of Commericial properties in Bracknell and Old Woking and conversion to Residential is an astute move. Planning Laws are more flexible and demand in M4 Corridor for residential high. Good news for the future.
n13518
05/6/2013
15:59
Had another look at this and decided to sell my holding. This is on the basis that they are running out of time to get new funds launched before the big one expires. More importantly, the dividend hold was quite a signal. Think there is more downside than upside over the next few months. Overall, I think it's a well run company with potential so hoping to get back in at a lower price (i.e. below NAV)!
topvest
05/6/2013
13:57
Yes, I misread it a little. I thought the solution may have been a roll-over, but it looks like this will end in 2015 from the article above. Looks like earnings are secure for the next two years, but clearly they need some more product in 2013 or 2014. The investment management business is valued at 3p and the assets at 16p is another way of looking at it.
topvest
05/6/2013
09:19
Good to see some coverage: http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/57645/first-property-group-keen-to-start-dealing-again-57645.html
snickerdog
05/6/2013
08:47
In what way could it be positive tv? Perhaps an upfront payment of fees which they would have got anyway. I think it sounds rather negative as doesn't seem like USS want to renew the contract. That would leave profits much, much lower from 2015, divi prob lower and company valued (at 20p) at around NAV. Can't see upside here unless USS renews, or big new mandates. Shame, as very professional outfit IMO.
britishb
05/6/2013
08:23
Looks like they are targeting a solution for their largest AUM contract before the 2015 end date, which could be positive.
topvest
05/6/2013
08:22
Results out. Nothing particularly new other than FOP has raised a small amount of additional equity post year-end, which should facilitate growth in their owned real estate in Poland.
topvest
04/6/2013
20:56
Results tomorrow or Thu I think.
topvest
04/6/2013
16:43
video interview Northcote Energy says Big Hill #1 will be a 'big contributor' to cash flow Randy Connally, CEO of Northcote Energy (LON:NCT), tells Proactiveinvestors there should be a six-month payout on the Big Hill #1 well in Oklahoma's exciting Mississippi Lime formation. He says it is likely to be a 'solid contributor' to cash flow. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/2026/northcote-energy-says-big-hill-1-will-be-a-big-contributor-to-cash-flow--2026.html
ceohunter
13/2/2013
09:58
I received a Q1 update from the company. quite active, by their standards. It doesn't cut and past well, but i think you get the jist. xxxPoland: x xxxUnited Kingdom: • Industrial facility, 19 year lease – yield 8.5%. x • Mixed portfolio of offices, retail and industrial – yield 10%. x • Retail warehouse, Warsaw – yield 7.4%. • Discount retailer, 15 year lease, Midlands – yield 9.25%. x • Major discount supermarket (sale & leaseback), new 20 year lease with fixed uplifts, Wales – yield 7.5%. x • Discount retailer & fast food operator, new 15 year leases with fixed uplifts, Merseyside – yield 7.25%.
oregano
04/2/2013
18:09
Whilst last years results were impacted by the strength of sterling in relationship to the euro, the pendulum has now swung in our favour with sterling falling from an exchange rate of 1.28 ish into the 1.15 range.
yupawiese2010
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