Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inland LSE:INL London Ordinary Share GB00B1TR0310 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.80p +1.58% 51.50p 51.00p 52.00p 51.50p 50.70p 50.70p 798,887 16:20:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 147.4 19.3 7.6 6.7 104.08

Inland Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/11/2018
17:27
For once I didn't average down...was just too nervous! Still, very pleased to see them recovering...
skyship
01/11/2018
17:25
Price moving up nicely now. Rerating or news coming I wonder....spud
spud
31/10/2018
14:26
Would have expected a better performance post the supportive budget. Still, we're off the bottom; though still don't understand why so low!
skyship
31/10/2018
09:08
Maybe the price is falling because house prices are falling in the South East?
arthur_lame_stocks
30/10/2018
18:56
Hargreaves Lansdown market report for 30th October (extract):In terms of sectors, housebuilders were the best of the bunch, with Taylor Wimpey, Persimmon, Barratt Developments, Berkeley Group and Crest Nicholson all higher after the Chancellor extended the Help to Buy scheme, which had been due to end in March 2021, through to March 2023, with more restrictive terms not coming until 2021.Canaccord Genuity said: "This extension to Help to Buy should be welcome news as it removes the uncertainty and looks supportive; particularly given the ongoing macro uncertainty around Brexit. The extension provides more visibility out to 2023, avoids a cliff edge removal and the non-first time buyer use of HtoB should be able to be comfortably managed by industry and the mortgage market."
p1966
26/10/2018
16:58
Does anyone have any views on the Special Resolutions 10-12 for the AGM?I realise, apart from the 2013 plan, they largely provide the company with additional firepower/scope without the commitment to act.Perhaps my best option would be to attend on 27th November, when the directors can put them in context.Regards and thanksPhil
p1966
26/10/2018
15:02
They'd be wasting their firepower atm - You simply can't fight the Market! spud
spud
26/10/2018
14:48
Any reason why the share buyback hasn't been continuing this week with the price surely at rock bottom? I assume they would normally report any such purchases the next morning.
spot1034
25/10/2018
12:37
Took another 10k @ 50p this am. spud
spud
25/10/2018
09:42
Looks like Inland are putting a few back into treasury. DC
daicaprice
24/10/2018
16:05
Lucky employee I say. DC
daicaprice
24/10/2018
14:31
topped up today at 51p
spob
19/10/2018
17:53
Simon Thompson states he does intend to update on INL: "I did reply to your post on my article of 8 October and pointed out that my colleague did cover the results at the time and included a link. I also said that in light of the share price fall since last month's interims that I will revisit it. I am only just back from annual leave..... Regards Simon"
skyship
18/10/2018
18:24
The land alone with current permissions is £1 a share at least. I’m happy and added again. DC
daicaprice
18/10/2018
17:17
I just hope Wicks hasn't missed his chance to sell the company at a good price.
spot1034
18/10/2018
16:47
Slightly o/t but there seems to have been a general trend for years now, to not indulge in any meaningful debate about much at all, that doesn't quickly end up in people splitting into good and bad, with whatever is being debated. I wonder if the same is increasingly true for stocks. People are not interested in granularity - there's a dip in house buying, so anything connected with that is sold down. That could mean a big opportunity for the old Zulu principle thing of knowing more than others about your investment. Or it could mean that nobody will ever bother to understand until there are several years of profit growth.
yump
18/10/2018
15:53
Therein lies the problem I feel. Returns in the Real Estate Investment and Services sector in which INL resides were 18.5% in 2017 according to the stock market almanac. INL has broadened itself into part land developer, part builder, part whatever and no longer sits comfortably in that sector and the market does not know any longer how to value it. We began this topic by me attempting to answer why the market left INL feeling unloved. I hope and pray the diversification the company has taken pays off and we all benefit but, for now, the jury is still out.
mip55
18/10/2018
14:45
I agree. The Market likes to pidgin hole companies & it just doesn't know how to pidgin hole this one. However I still maintain that those with large testicles and deep pockets, will profit well at this level. spud
spud
18/10/2018
14:44
Mip55 appreciate it will not be that helpful but sector specific sentiment is the issue in my view rather than company strategy related. It is far from the only stock in the sector whose recent performance is dire. Sentiment movements are also potential opportunities (both to sell in 2015 when sentiment was at a high) or to buy in 2018 when sentiment is lower (of course with Brexit and other instabilty not necessarily at its low point). However, it is now very clear that the housing market is slowing so good reason for sentiment to at least be subdued. Great time for the company to start a buy back imv, but it is a bit token unless it gets expanded. Director buys alongside are also good to see. I have bought today, will probably buy some more if current momentum continues which it could well do.
scburbs
18/10/2018
13:34
No offence taken, but in answer to your question scburbs I chose 2015 figures because that was when the share price was at, or near, its peak. Since then we have experienced an almost continual decline. Wilton Park is clearly a drag but, since we have owned it for 5 years it has presumably generated 5 x 1.5 million in rent for us in that period. I am still to receive another explanation as to why the share price is so unloved by the market to counter my view that the market does not understand where the company is positioning itself. Any comments welcome!
mip55
18/10/2018
12:36
Thanks for that link scburbs :-)
cheshire man
18/10/2018
12:20
Yes thanks. spud
spud
18/10/2018
12:04
scburbs - thnx for your, as ever, professional assessment of those numbers. Just goes to show how a cursory glance can be so misleading... No offence intended mip; but I hope you are reassured.
skyship
18/10/2018
11:18
Wilton Park looks like a slow burner, so this one seems to be the more likely news to watch out for. https://www.investegate.co.uk/inland-homes-plc--inl-/rns/planning-submitted-at-cheshunt-lakeside/201803280701031599J/
scburbs
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