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Harworth Group Plc

4.00 (3.38%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harworth Group Plc LSE:HWG London Ordinary Share GB00BYZJ7G42 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.00 3.38% 122.50 33,788 16:35:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
118.50 122.50 121.00 120.00 120.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining & Extracting Div'e 166.69 27.84 8.60 - 395.78
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:56:24 O 334 122.506 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
28/5/202314:13Harworth Group35
14/3/202309:36Harworth Group585

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Harworth (HWG) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-06-01 15:56:24122.51334409.17O
2023-06-01 15:35:09122.503,4824,265.45UT
2023-06-01 13:27:45120.504,8325,822.56O
2023-06-01 12:08:46121.99643784.40O
2023-06-01 10:26:19122.00811989.42O

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Posted at 18/10/2022 20:31 by boonkoh
All sorts of builders set to slow down land purchases for the next 6 months. Look at Bellway and Barratt statements recently.This is bad for Harworth as there will be no sales and cash flow to fund the investment required to get land prepped for sale. The development pipeline will have to slow.Only good thing is the low debt and interest costs, covered by existing rents. But those might fall too... If vacancies for commercial and industrial units rise, and rent renewals come under pressure.No solvency risks though. So if you like the price, buy now to tuck away for a few years.
Posted at 30/9/2022 09:52 by riverman77
On a similar discount to the diversified REITs (some pushing 50%) but feel HWG will be better placed than those. Firstly, has very little debt. Secondly, doesn't really produce much of a yield since most of its assets held in land - in theory this should make it less sensitive to rising interest rates. Next, returns typically driven by the company's own actions (getting developments through) rather than being reliant on market yield compression. Finally, my sense is that land prices will prove more resilient than both commercial and residential property if we do see a crash - there is no risk of tenant defaults or sellers having to liquidate assets, while there remains an acute shortage of housing.
Posted at 13/9/2022 17:01 by apollocreed1
I thought these were excellent results.
As a side point, any chance that they could reopen the coal mines to help with the energy crisis?

Harworth Group PLC - Rotherham, South Yorkshire-based land regenerator - For the first half of 2022, pretax profit rises 29% to GBP98.8 million from GBP76.5 million a year before, driven by an increase in the fair value of investment properties to GBP85.3 million from GBP66.5 million, as well as sharp revenue growth to GBP62.6 million from GBP18.8 million through an acceleration in serviced land sales. As at June 30, net asset value per share is 203.1 pence, up 21% from 167.8p the same date a year prior, while the portfolio value increased 16% to GBP888.7 million from GBP765.7 million at the end of December. Declares interim dividend of 0.404 pence per share, up from 0.367p a year before.

Posted at 05/9/2022 16:37 by lageraemia
Stange price action - they've indicated that the results on 13th Sept with beat estimates......
Posted at 16/3/2022 10:16 by sphere25
Nipped in for a few here.

You would have thought HWG would hold up better in an inflationary environment, but clearly there is more at play of late, and when selling comes in force, the market does have a tendency to just lob anything and everything. The culmination of which is a price sat significantly off highs, attempting to break the downtrend and about to test the 200 day moving average.

Noticing a few bigger buy orders popping up on the book here. There was 30k+ sat at 165p which got partially filled by a 19,134 AT at 09:41:48 and now the book is showing another 31,384 buy order on the book at 166p.

Clearly it is hard to tell if sellers are exhausted here and we're all at the mercy of the wider market so a stop under 162p but HWG have been outperforming and could react positively to the results due next week on the 22nd March.

The wider market is again trying to rally on possible positive developments on peace talks. Hard to say how much weight to attach to possible positive game changing developments. There is some tentative buying out there but very muted and quiet.

IF something game changing hits, the DAX in particular will go screaming north and the buying will pick up heavily in the smaller caps too that are sat doing next to nothing volume at the moment, but again hard to know whether something game changing does happen.

It is very stop and start so having to tread carefully.

All imo

Posted at 18/2/2022 17:52 by km18
...from last year...

Company overview:
Harworth Group Pls is a leading land and property regeneration company, managing and owning around 16,000 acres on 100 sites in the Midlands and the North of England. HWG adds value through transformation of former industrial and large-scale sites for development. A fully integrated process consisting of research for land, master planning, obtaining planning approval and building , is at the heart of their business. The group has been recognised as a developer of the year in numerous regions in UK. In 2020 the company has generated 3% return for its shareholders.
Their strong pipeline of more than 30,000 homes and 27m sq. ft are a base for the future growth of the business which is confirmed by the trading update for H1 2021. The group is expecting ERPA NDV to be materially ahead of current consensus. The strong performance in the first half is further supported by 97% of rents due for the period collected and a health portion of their pipeline of projects consented....

...from WealthOracleAM

Posted at 06/1/2022 15:35 by martindjzz
I have been watching HWG for a while and finally bought in just now having sold some riskier positions.
Posted at 09/11/2021 07:27 by george stobbart
Sold Kellingley at 74% premium to NAV.

These murky land sites stitting on the balance sheet at nominal value have significant development / resale value.

HWG is very conservatively priced by the market and a sitting duck waiting for takeover bid by private equity

Posted at 21/9/2021 15:34 by finkie
Hwg finally getting to its correct level helped by beds and sheds which thankfully is all it owns. IC tout 200p as takeover price I think acquirer will have to pay a little more personally 230/240p is my stab in the dark but well placed and rising on some down days too which is always nice
Posted at 15/9/2021 13:46 by george stobart
Harworth lists 5 competitors in their remuneration report: St Modwen, Henry Boot, Urban & Civic, U + I, Inland Homes

2 of them have been acquired during the last 12 months:

St Modwen has been acquired by Blackstone
Urban & Civic has been acquired by Wellcome Trust

It's time for HWG mgmt to announce a strategic review of the company including a possible sale.

Or even merging with Henry Boot given that Roditi has been building positions in both

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