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
  +0.25p +0.41% 60.75p 60.00p 61.50p 60.75p 60.50p 60.50p 299,441 08:12:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 101.9 32.9 14.2 4.3 122.73

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/7/2017
12:43
picked up some more this morning grab em whilst still cheap
spob
20/7/2017
11:41
Thanks for that SS needless to say I agree with that valuation :-)
cheshire man
18/7/2017
18:21
Article from Motley Fool - expect drivel.
alter ego
18/7/2017
17:43
Harry - an interesting write-up and thanks for posting. Lots of relevant facts in the article, but these journalists sometimes spoil it with their B/S. "Construction Colossus" is isn't! Construction tiddler maybe!
gp1948
18/7/2017
15:05
Happy to keep taking 3.1% regardless of the current undervaluation. spud
spud
18/7/2017
14:05
It's total misleading to try and value a company like Inland on a simple P/E or PEG basis.
stemis
18/7/2017
12:56
Forward pe of just 7.9! 2 bargain shares you have to check out today Royston Wild | Monday, 17th July, 2017 | More on: INF INL Photo: Images Money. Cropped. Licence: hxxps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ A slew of positive releases from the housing sector has dragged investor appetite for Inland Homes (LSE: INL) higher in recent weeks. The construction colossus has added 8% in value since the middle of June. But despite this heady ascent, I reckon the AIM-quoted firm remains hugely undervalued by the market. Inland Homes joined its peers in throwing out perky trading details on Monday, advising that the number of open market unit completions soared 27.9% in the 12 months to June, to 188. Revenues are expected to come in line with expectations for the full fiscal year, it advised, at £90m. Without the exclusion of two land sales at Alperton, Greater London and Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire — to be shown as a gain on sale of subsidiary or joint venture — revenue would have risen to £117m, up from £102m a year earlier. The Amersham-based business has invested huge amounts in its construction capacity over the past year, a programme that should deliver robust sales growth in the years ahead as home demand powers along. Chief executive Stephen Wicks certainly painted an upbeat picture today. He said: “A record £1.34bn short-term development pipeline; the creation of a highly experienced construction team which enables us to capitalise on partnership opportunities; and growing private housebuilding along with land sales has resulted in a dynamic, multi-faceted business model which will stand us in good stead for the future.” Inland Homes added that forward sales rose 11.5% year-on-year as of June, to £26.1m as of June, underlining the resilience of buyer appetite. Ripping value The City certainly believes Inland Homes is on the right track, and anticipates a 9% earnings rise in the present fiscal period. As a result, the company sports a very-cheap forward P/E ratio of 7.9 times, no little distance below the long-established bargain benchmark of 10 times. A sub-1 PEG multiple of 0.9 rubber-stamps the homes giant’s brilliant value. And if this wasn’t enough, investors are also expected to enjoy a 1.8p per share dividend, a projection that creates a handy 3.1% yield. While fears of a slowing economy on homebuyer demand continue to linger, I reckon these concerns are more than baked into Inland Homes’ share price right now. Besides, the company’s emphasis on the more-affluent South and South East of England provides an added protective buffer should times become tough. Global superstar Informa (LSE: INF) is another grossly-undervalued growth stock, in my opinion, particularly as its improved international presence following recent expansion in the States, and a steady raft of product introductions, lights a fire under the top line. In 2017 the publisher and events organiser is expected to deliver a 12% earnings advance. And another 7% rise is forecast for next year. These estimates leave the FTSE 100 giant dealing on a prospective P/E ratio of 14.2 times, below the British big-cap average of 15 times. And Informa also carries a very undemanding PEG rating of 1.2. When you throw a chunky 3% dividend yield into the equation too (created by a forecast 20.3p per share dividend), I reckon the London business is worthy of serious attention. Super growth shares to help you retire early But Informa and Inland Homes aren't the only Footsie-listed shares waiting to supercharge your investment portfolio. Indeed, this special report written by The Motley Fool's crack team of analysts identifies what I believe is one of the best growth stocks money can buy. Click here to enjoy this exclusive wealth report. It's 100% free and can be delivered direct to your inbox. Royston Wild has no position in any shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has recommended Inland Homes. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.
hedge fund harry
18/7/2017
08:56
yes lots of good news.also Halued.bt back in.greaves lansdown tipped them as very underva
manrobert
18/7/2017
07:51
Always reassuring to see the FD put his hand in his pocket :-)
cheshire man
18/7/2017
07:44
Big buy from Finance director. Maybe that will kick-start it ! Tom
tom.muir
17/7/2017
10:13
Background seller imo who confusingly, appears not to want to place his unwanted stock directly into institutional hands choosing instead to drip feed into the Market.spud
spud
17/7/2017
09:47
An underwhelming market response so far. Is there something obvious in that update the market does not like?
jimblack513
17/7/2017
08:39
Yes - getting better each year but IIs don't want any. And we must still have a persistent seller. Will be taken out in due course. Patience.
philjeans
17/7/2017
08:16
Brilliant update - market refuses to believe though! Adding opportunity.
igbertsponk
17/7/2017
07:20
trading update! Inland Homes has had an extremely active and successful year, growing the business both financially and operationally. The Group's new in-house construction team has enabled us to increase our housebuilding and contracting operations significantly, providing more certainty over the timing of cash flows and profit recognition as well as better control over construction costs. This investment is now beginning to have a tangible positive effect, with the number of open market unit completions increasing in the period by 27.9% to 188 (2016: 147). Revenues are expected to be approximately £90 million (2016: £102 million), with profit before tax in line with market expectations. This revenue figure excludes two land sales at Alperton, Greater London and Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire which will be shown as a gain on sale of subsidiary or joint venture, rather than flowing through revenue and gross margin. If these transactions had been direct land sales, revenue would have been in the region of £117 million. The year end cash balance increased by 56.3% to £26.1 million (2016: £16.7 million). Net debt has also increased to £68.4 million (2016: £54.6 million), reflecting our increased land holdings and work in progress. £43 million of our borrowings relates to the Group's 100 acre site at Wilton Park in Beaconsfield. The term of our borrowings has also lengthened, with 100% of Group borrowings now due in more than one year and over 50% due in more than 3 years.
hedge fund harry
16/7/2017
23:57
South Coast Property Awards 2017Regeneration Project of the Year sponsored by Blake Morgan Winner: Meridian Waterside (Inland Homes), SouthamptonThis award recognises the innovative use of brownfield sites as well as strong architectural design and the developer's approach to environmental issues. Judges will consider how the particular area has been revitalised for those who live and/or work there, and the investment and/or ROI of the project.....hTTp://southcoastpropertyawards.co.uk/south-coast-property-awards-winners-2017/
zulfikar
14/7/2017
17:16
Lol! It's in the INL genes....spud
spud
14/7/2017
16:20
and down this one goes again
hedge fund harry
04/7/2017
13:32
Thank you IS The link is: https://publicaccess.southbucks.gov.uk/online-applications/files/DE5C954338DF92630AF46587ED07C8C0/17_00849_TEMP--3596619.PDF Interesting that they plan to build temporary homes to help facilitate acceptance of their plans
shanklin
04/7/2017
13:07
Cheshunt Lakeside: Delamare Road to be redeveloped with 1,750 homes, school and retail opportunitiesPlans for a 1,750-home development in Cheshunt will be unveiled next week.A "masterplan" called Cheshunt Lakeside is being drawn up by Inland Homes for the redevelopment of the industrial area around the former Tesco HQ site in Delamare Road.In its local plan, Broxbourne Borough Council has earmarked the area for 1,000 homes. However, Inland Homes says the masterplan will include an "urban village" of more than 1,500.An officer told the council's scrutiny committee last week that they expect the total to be outlined will be around 1,750.Also promised is a two-form entry primary school, business and retail properties and five acres of landscaping to create green open areas.The developers claim there will be 1,000 jobs generated from developing office space and the construction programme will generate £250 million for the local economy.The project will also "maximise benefits for local people", including investment in improvements to transport links, such as new bus service.Alternative premises would have to be found for businesses in the industrial area, with compulsory purchases by the council possible as a last resort.It is expected that these would be underwritten by the developer as part of a development agreement with the council.Inland Homes will be displaying its masterplan in a two-day consultation before submitting a planning application later this year.The exhibition will take place at the Laura Trott Leisure Centre in Windmill Lane, on Thursday, July 13 between 2pm and 9pm, and on Friday, July 14 between 2pm and 8pm.http://m.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/cheshunt-lakeside-delamare-road-to-be-redeveloped-with-1-750-homes-school-and-retail-opportunities/story-30421133-detail/story.html
zulfikar
04/7/2017
11:12
Go to South Bucks planning and search for 17/00849/TEMP
igbertsponk
04/7/2017
08:10
IS, Is that link correct please? Its not working for me.
shanklin
03/7/2017
17:04
All positive solid news.
djderry
03/7/2017
16:01
Meanwhile, the Wilton Park planning gathers pace. Looks like they want temporary homes on their sites whilst they sort out planning! httP://publicaccess.southbucks.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=OPN4JNOHFV400
igbertsponk
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