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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inland Homes Plc 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
  -0.50 -1.1% 45.00 44.00 45.50 45.50 44.00 45.50 226,646 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 181.7 13.2 4.2 10.7 103

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/11/2021
12:48
Lovely rise today, its been well overdue...
igoe104
01/11/2021
21:06
https://www.fool.co.uk/2021/11/01/3-dirt-cheap-uk-shares-to-buy-in-november/My third dirt-cheap share to buyInland Homes specialises in acquiring brownfield land and enhancing its value by securing planning permission for residentially-led development schemes. It builds open-market and affordable homes, and also profits from selling surplus consented land to other developers.The company has quite a high level of borrowings, due to a period of rapidly growing its land bank before the pandemic struck. This represents a risk. However, one of management's key objectives is "to continue the progress we are making on the reduction of our net debt," and I think Inland's current valuation is compelling.At the last reckoning, the company's net assets stood at £168m and the development value of its land bank at over £3bn. How much is the market valuing the assets and development value at the current share price? Just £107m. To my eye, there's considerable value in this small-cap stock waiting to be unlocked.
tole
01/11/2021
12:28
In the last full year results INL said "Audited results for the year ended 30 September 2020 The Board intends to resume the payment of dividends in the current financial year, provided there is no deterioration in the land and housing market caused by the COVID-19 pandemic or otherwise. Net gearing based on EPRA net assets of £235.7m was 62.9% (2019: 65.1%)." Today, the trading update says "One of the key strategic objectives of the Group is to reduce net gearing. The Board will look to resume the payment of dividends once this objective has been achieved." It would have been nice to know how much further net gearing needs to fall in order that a dividend can be paid.
alter ego
01/11/2021
10:55
Takeover bid for U+I at 70% premium to last price Inland is next
george stobart
01/11/2021
09:13
I noted that the debt reduction was evenly split between the two halves. You had to get to the end to see them to acknowledge the major challenge of rising prices. Mr Market's initial reading has been favourable given the share price increase here and across the board decrease this morning with the majors.
cerrito
01/11/2021
07:42
Yes revenue up and debt down BUT margins are clearly suffering......
jaf111
01/11/2021
07:37
A bit grudgingly these results look pretty good. For me the key is 20% debt reduction achieved by 'using up' 990 plots. With 10,055 left the debt looks covered going forward as they say. The zeros are not due for repayment until 10 April 2024 so they shouldn't pose a problem. The only thing missing is an indication of profits. They only made £3.7m PBT last year, it needs to bounce back strongly. Otherwise the business has no long term future and will spiral down to extinction.
grahamg8
29/10/2021
18:06
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davebowler
17/10/2021
08:22
httpS://www.bucksfreepress.co.uk/news/19648966.images-show-new-wilton-park-neighbourhood-will-look-like/?fbclid=IwAR2NJdwGHfIiIOWxK8Rz0RQJGCYk4DuVCrIbAqk_q8IU5qpuKM2a3JTKysU
igbertsponk
13/10/2021
10:35
Thanks FarnesBarnes for that. My finger hovering over the buy button partially because of the planning permission news but more given the BDEV AGM statement.
cerrito
13/10/2021
07:32
More good news regarding planning permission approval...
igoe104
12/10/2021
17:31
Hi Cerrito, We deal with other provincial South East sites: Weston Homes, McAleer & Rushe, Ballymore, Galliard, and whilst they too have site contacts come and go, it is a) not as frequent and b) they are replaced. It seems specific to me.
farnesbarnes
11/10/2021
20:17
FarnesBarnes Just seen your 4556. Is what you observe on the 2 INL sites specific to INL or common with sites of other building companies??
cerrito
08/10/2021
04:19
Seasonal? Sales slow nov-feb/Mar?
shaker44
07/10/2021
18:43
I'm in contact with a couple of Inland sites through my work place. It has become apparent to me that the high churn from 6 months ago has slowed, to a point nowadays where site staff aren't being replaced. Site contacts just leaving and not being replaced. Deliveries to site are slowing.
farnesbarnes
05/10/2021
20:17
Blimey that was a badly timed observation it popped up a few minutes after I posted. I still don't get the prices today but I'm sure it will all make sense come the trading statement. Bagpuss
bagpuss lives
05/10/2021
10:49
Something a bit skewy with the price today. All bar a couple of trades are buys but as the day progresses the price being paid is gradually dropping. I can only think that their is a large sell in the background but will wait to see how it pans out. Bagpuss
bagpuss lives
05/10/2021
09:25
Good to see further planning progress. I should correct what I said previously about Walthamstow income probably already having been booked at HY. Whilst the headline half year report said planning had been obtained the detail said: "First, a £4.5m asset management fee relating to planning consent at Walthamstow which had been forecast to be received in the first half of the financial year, was achieved in mid-April 2021." Therefore it look like £4.5m of income in April on getting planning. Whether the £1.2m is incremental or a receipt of part of a £4.5m receivable isn't totally clear.
scburbs
05/10/2021
08:59
I believe a dead cat bounce is incoming to move share price to 55p
george stobart
05/10/2021
08:46
I’m going to sell out - its in a growth portfolio but I’ve come to realise that I don’t understand the business properly but more importantly I don’t know what factors will drive the share price up or down, as its not as straightforward as a housebuilder. Hope it turns out well for you guys.
yump
05/10/2021
08:32
yes a great planning win again, but how much do they own of it and how much will they make from it? That bit always missing. Plus looks to be a very long development period.
igbertsponk
05/10/2021
07:40
Another good soundbite with no substance let's hope the trading update in a week or two will be a bit more revealing. Bagpuss
bagpuss lives
05/10/2021
07:31
great news! thank you
shaker44
05/10/2021
07:04
Gardiners Park Village Planning Consent. Gardiners Park Village Planning Consent Inland Homes plc, the brownfield developer and housebuilder focused on building residentially led developments for direct sale or on behalf of partner organisations, today announces that it has received planning consent, further to the signing of a Section 106 agreement, at Gardiners Park Village, Basildon. The consent follows the resolution to grant planning permission received for the site, subject to the signing of a Section 106 agreement, announced in May 2021. The consent enables the delivery of up to 700 new homes, together with 25,000 square metres of commercial space, new school and community facilities. The estimated gross development value of the 54-acre site is in excess of GBP200m. In total the scheme delivers 31 per cent affordable housing and is being delivered through a public/private partnership approach with Homes England, the government body charged with accelerating housing delivery. The Group signed a development agreement with Homes England, which has a majority interest in the site, in April 2020 and will acquire the land in phases over a five-year period. Construction of the first phase with detailed planning consent, comprising 74 homes, is expected to commence in early 2022. Chief Executive Stephen Wicks commented: "Inland Homes has once again demonstrated its skill and tenacity in securing planning consent on complex challenging sites to deliver the much-needed homes England needs. The granting of this planning consent at Gardiners Park Village means we can now begin to transform what has been a vacant, brownfield site for the past 40 years, into a thriving new community with 700 homes, of which nearly one third will be delivered as affordable. We look forward to continuing to work with Homes England in the delivery of this important scheme."
skinny
04/10/2021
12:43
Not sure about that ... how much is the business linked to / depenedent on the key players? Quite a lot I'd guess. So a hostile takeover unlikely. Friendly takeover, buyout by PE firm more likely, but do the key players want to work for someone else? Even if highly incentivised by the new owners? Don't think so. A Trading Update is needed which shows good progress in debt reduction rather than just promises for the future.
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