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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.70 -1.16% 657.70 958,259 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
657.00 657.40 668.20 650.00 660.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 740.00 414.00 -112.40 4,877
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:34 O 26,898 671.425 GBX

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17:15:00671.4326,898180,599.90O
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17:06:38662.543,54523,487.11O
16:44:07650.919906,444.03O
16:35:04657.70420,0842,762,892.47UT
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15/1/2021
08:20
Land Securities Daily Update: Land Securities Group Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LAND. The last closing price for Land Securities was 665.40p.
Land Securities Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 619.10p and a 12 week average price of 496.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 997.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 474.75p.
There are currently 741,473,884 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,924,197 shares. The market capitalisation of Land Securities Group Plc is £4,876,673,735.07.
12/1/2021
11:12
nickrl: 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.
11/11/2020
19:24
williamcooper104: 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
11/11/2020
17:34
essentialinvestor: 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.
11/11/2020
10:58
essentialinvestor: With LAND we may never see the 2015 price again just as the 2006/7 price was never seen again. At least they have avoided a value destroying rights issue to this point. LAND has been a longterm underperformer compared to DLN or GPOR.
23/10/2020
06:28
flyfisher: Given that LAND has decided that leisure,hotels and retail parks are non core the comment in the SIR update regarding their travelodge assets has some relevance for values. ''As part of the process of exploring the Company's options, the Company also ran a sales process where, reassuringly, multiple bids supported the 30 June 2020 hotels portfolio valuation.'' For the LAND disposal process it could be that hotels and retail parks can attract buyers close to current valuations, but the leisure sector looks more problematic
19/10/2020
19:39
eeza: https://www.standard.co.uk/business/british-land-land-securities-great-portland-estates-covid19-coronavirus-a4572130.html
11/9/2020
16:02
nickrl: QuePassa and the share price goes down in unison with people heading back!! Anyhow this is getting back close to getting on the buy list
30/1/2019
17:44
ball deap: Hugopants you can thank the like of Sadiq Khan, super smart, wise, pious and brimming full of integrity. His hard work alone is enough to push up LAND share price
12/6/2018
14:06
speedsgh: There’s never been a better time for British Landsec - HTTPS://www.propertyweek.com/leader/theres-never-been-a-better-time-for-british-landsec/5096863.article OK, so it’s not a new topic of conversation, but it’s one of the property industry’s most intriguing ones, and I make no apology for returning to it. Over the past 25 years, I have interviewed every chief executive of both British Land and Landsec – from Landsec’s Sir Peter Hunt and British Land’s Sir John Ritblat to Rob Noel and Chris Grigg today. But during that quarter of a century, not one of them has given me a straight answer to the straight question: when will the two of you merge? Last week, I got my chance to put the question, for the umpteenth time, to Grigg. On previous occasions, he did what all the others had done and knocked me back with some adept media training techniques. I was so accustomed to the non-answers that I was half way through my next question before it clicked. Grigg said something different this time. He did not hit the ball back across the net with a tonne of spin. Let’s not get over-excited. Grigg did not say he was in talks with Noel to create a £14bn property giant. Far from it. But he did say that if it made sense for shareholders, British Land would “seriously consider” it. Well, that’s something – and ‘British Landsec’ makes more sense now than it ever has. Even the maths add up. Now is one of those rare occasions when it would be a genuine merger of equals. Landsec has fallen from its £10bn market value a couple of years back, while British Land has enjoyed a decent period in comparison. Both companies are valued at nearly £7bn. There would be no senior partner in the talks. The firms’ respective portfolios also continue to fit. Landsec may have improved its presence in the City of London, but British Land trumps it there. Likewise, Landsec dominates in the West End, where British Land has grown, but not to an extent to rival Landsec. On retail, where Landsec has been hurt by overpaying for Bluewater and British Land has remained stable, getting together could protect the merged company in property’s most volatile arena. When it comes to the trendy sectors of flexible workspace and build-to-rent, Noel could learn a thing or two from Grigg. In other words, while each firm has become more like the other, they also cancel out each other’s weaknesses. There’s one more element to my gossipmongering. Both Grigg and Noel have been in their jobs for a long time (nine and seven years respectively). Surely there’s no better legacy for either of them to leave than British Landsec? It would be a UK property company that could, for the first time, genuinely compete on a global stage. They would form a company with a portfolio value approaching £30bn, and an equity base that would propel British Landsec towards becoming a top 25 global REIT. Marriage of convenience However, any merger would be a defensive play and while the market has long called for it, now may not be the time to force through such a marriage of convenience. Hammerson’s failed attempt to buy intu earlier this year certainly does not inspire much confidence. But Grigg, the only boss of either firm to get even close to answering my favourite question, has got me thinking. Perhaps. Just perhaps.
04/3/2018
17:34
hugepants: I've been buying some of these again. Yield is 4.5% and discount to NAV is approx 35% at this price. LAND share price is down a whopping 16% over the last 12 months BLND share price is up 3% Obviously some of that could be explained by LAND returning 60p cash return to shareholders but not all. Anyone any idea which is better value just now? I make LAND discount to NAV approx 35% versus BLND which is about 32%. LAND's LTV is 22% versus BLND which is 27%. LAND's yield is approx 4.5% versus BLND which is 4.8% Both are heavily exposed to the London office market and to retail with some big malls on their books but I've not looked into too much detail on the relative exposures.
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