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
  -3.20 -0.4% 802.40 2,820,970 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
805.60 806.20 811.80 798.80 805.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 635.00 -1,393.00 -188.20 5,950
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:07:59 O 100,604 805.60 GBX

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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 805.60p.
Land Securities Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 748.40p and a 12 week average price of 671.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 822.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 600.50p.
There are currently 741,474,144 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,212,261 shares. The market capitalisation of Land Securities Group Plc is £5,949,588,531.46.
tomps2: Andy Brough interview with PIWORLD Andy Brough mentions Land Securities #LAND in the latest PIWORLD interview at 13m11s Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/education-videos/piworld-interview-with-andy-brough-markets-lessons-learned-in-2021/ Or listen to the Podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/piworld-interview-with-andy-brough-markets-lessons-learned-in-2021/
quepassa: you miss the point. yes what you say about Shell operating companies is correct. but the point is that Shell is sending a big message to the markets and to other Fortune 500 companies that the UK - rather than Netherlands/EU- is a more desirable place to be Head-Quartered and listed and a more user friendly jurisdiction which will allow it to accelerate its corporate strategy than the EU. They could've chosen to quit London and move to The Hague. But they didn't. "Sir Andrew Mackenzie said: "The simplification will normalise our share structure under the tax and legal jurisdictions of a single country and make us more competitive. As a result, Shell will be better positioned to seize opportunities and play a leading role in the energy transition. Shell's Board unanimously recommends shareholders vote in favour of the proposed resolution.". It would seem that London and the UK are most certainly open for business. And Shell has voted with its feet by centralising HQ functions in London. Boris should rightly be pleased. all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa: Disclosed short positions (21/6/21) Hammerson 6.3% British Land 3.6% Land Securities 0%
williamcooper104: 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
nickrl: 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: 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: 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.
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
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
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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