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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Land Securities Group Plc LSE:LAND London Ordinary Share GB00BYW0PQ60 ORD 10 2/3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.40 1.5% 702.40 701.80 702.20 703.80 694.40 698.80 148,272 11:16:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 635.0 -1,393.0 -188.2 - 5,208

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/6/2021
14:13
Disclosed short positions (21/6/21) Hammerson 6.3% British Land 3.6% Land Securities 0%
quepassa
22/6/2021
14:04
With a bit of confidence on retail rent falls having peaked LANDs NAV will start to look very believable The office red book valuations aren't stretched given how red hot the London office investment market is (how long that lasts for is a different question of course) - still c10-15 percent cheaper than Berlin/Paris Given the epic piles of real estate PE money raised a bid is clearly a possibility; or rather the new management is going to have to work hard to ensure that that doesn't happen Don't hold LAND at moment; as have preferred US REITs - but it's interesting
williamcooper104
22/6/2021
13:40
Porshe I agree people need be careful what they wish for with wfh and I believe there is a huge underestimation on what trickle down comes from having office workers in cities is on the rest of the economy. The change won't be evident overnight but we risk our city centres being hollowed out that said landlords and bankers have too much invested in real estate so rents will be dropped and more incentives given so an equilibrium will be reached but the likes of LAND are living off yesterdays deals some of which provide some short term comfort on developments but lets see what happens as breaks/expires come due. The other support factor though is the recalibration of dividends means the certainty of income stream for big pension funds in this low interest rate environment so far as resulted in no bigger sellers. Actually as the world is awash with cash its highly like a bid may come. Im not in here needs to under 6 before i will revaluate.
nickrl
17/6/2021
13:57
leedslad i don't see that. LAND like all the propcos have cut deals with tenants so not much to be gained if moratorium had been lifted (which it should have been but with provisions to manage hard hit sectors as well as support to deal with can pay but wont)
nickrl
17/6/2021
10:07
Back down to 5.00
leedslad001
17/6/2021
10:06
Gov destroyed landlords for next 12 months
leedslad001
08/6/2021
17:26
Fascinating discussion/interview on Bloomberg today about the growing trend/demand for landlords to provide more and more services to their tenants rather than just bare-bones office space. The trend is referred as the "hotelisation of real estate" and began to gain early traction two years ago. The concept is now gaining momentum fast as tenants see the attractions of renting not just the bare-bones premises but paying for additional services of cleaning/catering/reception/office infrastructure and office supplies etc etc etc rather than have to hassle and expense of organising all those services themselves. Tenants are nowadays not just looking for more flexible lease terms but office space which is fully " amenitised". A staid and embattled industry which is fast evolving.
quepassa
14/4/2021
14:14
Onwards and upwards more rent will start rolling in an year goes by
leedslad001
13/4/2021
13:49
LAND out with Q2 rental update only collecting 67% of what has been billed and thats after they netted off £10m not yet due. Seems to mirror what they've achieved in previous qtrs since start of Covid outside of office sector all other sectors are still below 40% on day 5.
nickrl
26/3/2021
08:39
https://news.sky.com/story/reopen-offices-after-lockdown-ends-or-your-staff-may-quit-rishi-sunak-warns-british-businesses-12256912The chancellor says that working in the same place helps younger employees learn and allows for mentoring an spontaneity.Rishi Sunak is calling on Britain's employers to end working from home and allow staff back in the office - or risk them voting with their feet and quitting. Looking beyond the pandemic, the chancellor says working in an office is crucial for young people to get to know colleagues and seek out mentors to help their career."I'm probably in the camp of saying that it's good that people are in offices together," he said, as he appealed to bosses to start investing and hiring when coronavirus lockdown rules are lifted.He added: "I think you can't beat the spontaneity, the team building, the culture that you create in a firm or an organisation from people actually spending physical time together."
1nf3rn0
25/2/2021
13:54
7.50 first target
leedslad001
15/2/2021
14:38
Very quiet on here just how I like it. Under the radar at the moment and a long way to go up yet to get to half pre Covid levels
leedslad001
11/2/2021
13:13
Topped up today
leedslad001
10/2/2021
11:01
Bought in today
leedslad001
20/1/2021
11:40
Investor's Champion is going to drill down into their Income Boosters holdings and ensure they still satisfy their key criteria for dividend investing. They're starting with a sector that's seen a dramatic surge in demand over the last year - supermarkets. #land #mrw
energeticbacker
12/1/2021
11:12
LAND rental collection update this morning not bad. Headline is 65% but they say another £14m relates to customers who have withheld payment pending documentation of agreed concessions. If that flows to the bottom line this qtr along with remaining monthlies that will put them at 88% which is pretty credible.
nickrl
28/11/2020
14:46
All IMHO DYORAre the weekend comments on Arcadia group going to have any more negative effects on LAND and BLND?Lockdown is shortly coming to an end but high street really does seem to still be in doldrums?
dandanactionman
13/11/2020
12:24
This week sees another of Investor’s Champion’s Income Booster stocks reinstate its dividend, along with positive trading reports from several of their other dividend picks. #ba. #dlg #land #ng
energeticbacker
11/11/2020
19:24
Land, and BL too, has indeed been a long term underperformer The de-merger was the right strategy at the wrong time; but not reviving it when markets improved was a big mistake IMO LAND could easily have been a Greater Portland Eatates Have to give Rob Noel credit though for selling of the worst of LANDs retail - they did have the most secondary retail assets out of the major REITs (East Kilbride shopping centre, Dundee - so many epic rabid dog assets) - and keeping the balance sheet strong
williamcooper104
11/11/2020
17:34
QP, not looking for an argument with anyone. I sometimes hold firm views which can be frankly expressed, in doing so some posters may not be overjoyed to read those, the intention is to provoke debate, not to cause offence and there is a filter button on ADVFN for a reason. Even If personally very long a stock, I will usually list potential downsides, as well as upside possibilities. The earlier comment that someone who knows about property would not be a long term investor in LAND and to ignore you, was juvenile and will Edit it. Best of luck with your Landsec holding.
essentialinvestor
11/11/2020
12:50
fly, very nicely traded.
essentialinvestor
11/11/2020
12:00
Sorry guys, my attempt to correct someones mistaken comment seems to have started some unnecessary bickering. I made my exit today after a pleasant ride. Good luck.
flyfisher
11/11/2020
11:56
If you are repurposing existing space/adding a little more space then it's a way out If you can add a lot of extra sf then it's profitable
williamcooper104
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