Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lon.& Ass.Props LSE:LAS London Ordinary Share GB0005234223 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 29.50p 28.00p 31.00p 29.50p 29.50p 29.50p 0 06:33:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 45.0 11.3 9.0 3.3 25.10

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/5/2018
21:33
Sounds a bit of an opaque deal today. Bisichi should focus on mining and LAS on property. They need to sort this out, but just seem intent on mixing everything up!
topvest
22/5/2018
19:54
Guys have a look at Aeg as well.Last RNS was amazing.Potential multibag in 2018.Take care
costax1654x
22/5/2018
18:22
Great. Let’s see what happens. Perloff doesn’t normally lose!
topvest
22/5/2018
07:58
voted against all resolutions in protest yesterday except for Mr Perloff's hopefully some more press comment to come around the agm
ntv
18/5/2018
18:50
Hi sorry don’t have to hand. Definitely voted against remuneration and for Perloff. It’s about time the Heller’s reflected on their greed and took a dose of Perloff!
topvest
18/5/2018
09:16
topvest yes you would have thought being knighted and being fair to all your shareholders would be in the same breath it appears not i am voting today against most of the resolutions except obviously the one put forward by Mr Perloff i was not sure about number 13 about 14 days notice for a general meeting i think that should be the normal 28 days i would appreciate your thoughts tia
ntv
14/5/2018
21:47
NTV - yes. I saw that as well. To be fair to Sir Michael Heller, I think he’s probably a reasonable sort of guy. I therefore think he will probably respond to criticism properly in the fullness of time. He must see that minority shareholders are getting a very poor deal versus the Heller family and the status quo is unsustainable. This has been especially the case since the property crash when they got caught out with too much debt and the wrong assets. He’s either worthy of his Knighthood or not! Philanthropy does extend to treating minority shareholders appropriately. If you can’t do that then then you don’t deserve your knighthood.
topvest
14/5/2018
18:36
Directors London & Associated Properties PLC provides office premises, property management, general management, accounting and administration services for a number of private property companies in which Sir Michael Heller and J A Heller have an interest. Under an agreement with Sir Michael Heller no charge is made for these services on the basis that he reduces by an equivalent amount the charge for his services to London & Associated Properties PLC. The board estimates that the value of these services, if supplied to a third party, would have been £300,000 for the year (2016: £300,000). The companies for which services are provided are: Barmik Properties Limited, Cawgate Limited, Clerewell Limited, Cloathgate Limited, Ken–Crav Investments Limited, London & South Yorkshire Securities Limited, Metroc Limited, Penrith Retail Limited, Shop.com Limited, South Yorkshire Property Trust Limited, Wasdon Investments Limited, Wasdon (Dover) Limited, and Wasdon (Leeds) Limited. In addition the Company receives management fees of £10,000 (2016: £10,000) for work done for two charitable foundations, the Michael & Morven Heller Charitable Foundation and the Simon Heller Charitable Trust. The Simon Heller Trust has placed on deposit with LAP £700,000 at an interest rate of 9% which is refundable on demand. Delmore Holdings Limited (Delmore) is a Company in which H D Goldring is a majority shareholder and director. Delmore provides consultancy services to the Company on an invoiced fee basis. R Priest provided consultancy services to the Company on an invoiced fee basis. In 2012 a loan of £116,000 was made by Bisichi to one of the Bisichi directors - A R Heller. The loan amount outstanding at the year end was £56,000 (2016: £71,000) and a repayment of £15,000 (2016: £15,000) was made during the year. Interest is payable on the loan at a rate of 6.14 percent. There is no fixed repayment date for the loan. The directors are considered to be the only key management personnel and their remuneration including employer's national insurance for the year were £949,000 (2016: £1,103,000). All other disclosures required including interest in share options in respect of those directors are included within the remuneration report.
ntv
14/5/2018
17:58
topvest we haven't voted yet, i am getting organised to do so though our votes won't change anything as we don't hold many copied this from the annual report Although Sir Michael Heller receives reduced remuneration in respect of his services to LAP, the Company does supply office premises, property management, general management, accounting and administration services for a number of companies in which Sir Michael Heller has an interest. The board estimates that the annual value of these services, if supplied to a third party, would have been £300,000 (2016: £300,000). Further details of these services are set out in Note 28 to the financial statements “Related party transactions”. surely this should be listed with his remuneration really and not as a foot note and he should pay tax properly he should pay £300k per annum for the servies and then take it out as wages surely? or i am i barking up the wrong tree?
ntv
14/5/2018
12:17
Have you voted NTV?
topvest
14/5/2018
12:16
To put this in context. EPS for the year of 9p. "Special one-off dividend of 0.125p also recommended following completion of Brixton Markets sale" Ooooh thanks - really nice of you to give shareholders 1% of the reward! Should have been at least 10 fold this amount to truly reward shareholders. Directors emoluments still about £0.9m.
topvest
14/5/2018
11:26
i see a muppet has arrived nobody else is entitled to an opinion on a stock especially if it is not the one that person wants hear
ntv
12/5/2018
11:17
Annual Report is printed cheaply this year, following the Perloff challenge. Bonuses also nudged down despite a good year. That doesn't make any sense, unless the challenge is starting to work. A dividend in specie of Bisichi shares would deliver some value to holders, albeit that would maybe hammer the Bisichi share price if holders tried to exit them. I suppose this won't happen if the tax treatment is not good for the Heller family. One gets the feeling that something will happen. 17% of shareholders rejected the LAS remuneration policy last year and 25% in Bisichi. Minority shareholders are not happy. I've voted against the Board, because I think they have been too greedy. The dividends are pathetic when compared with the Heller remuneration, and they know it!
topvest
30/4/2018
10:05
as Bisichi Mining is effectively a subsidiary of LAS for accountancy rules,i will never understand how they can really justify taking what really amounts to two lots of wages from the companies
ntv
30/4/2018
08:38
if the Bisichi Mining wage packets are included where would it be now? add those wage packets back on Bisichi's balance sheet it would have nearly doubled it's nett assets
ntv
30/4/2018
08:31
take a look at the 10 year record for the management then take a look at the the 10 year record on pay then take look at the 10 year share price performance then take a look at the 10 year dividend performance then just think how much less debt the company would have if THEY DIDN'T TAKE VAST REMUNERATION PACKAGES FOR THEMSELVES OR HOW MUCH DIVIDEND COULD HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED TO ALL SHAREHOLDERS, YES ALL SHAREHOLDERS
ntv
29/4/2018
20:26
-SUNDAY TELEGRAPH A fresh wave of pay revolts is set to hit the City in the coming weeks as the annual general meeting season begins. At least three shareholders are ­expected to demand change at London & Associated Properties (LAP), which sold London's popular Brixton Market for £37.25m on Friday and is run by property mogul Sir Michael Heller and his son. IT SHOULD READ SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
ntv
27/4/2018
09:37
looking at the profit from Bixton sale it seem to me that nett assets must be around 56p excluding this years accounts from BISI how all this will remain a mystery until they publish their full accounts OBVIOUSLY THIS WILL EXCLUDE THE ENORMOUS BONUSES THAT WILL BE PAID TO THE DIRECTORS !!!
ntv
23/4/2018
21:14
i hope he does take them they need taking on by someone for too long this lot have taken the mickey out of shareholders and more at BISI and paid themselves far to much my brother was CEO of a listed company multiples by market value of this one and he didn't get paid this much they bleed it like it is their own and no other shareholder matters if they don't want the nuisance of minority shareholders then they should take it private and then they can fleece all they like topvest take a look at RTC, the directors are doing the same there company looked good then you discover what the directors do i am thinking of starting a thread so the companies can be named and shamed and then past onto Thersea May as it was one her pet projects the daily mail have started naming and shaming the big boys recently , maybe they will do an article on the small fry
ntv
23/4/2018
19:43
What about a dividend en specie of the BISI shareholding as a minimum. Totally stupid to consolidate Bisichi into LAS? They will probably do something to make Perloff go away. Perloff has deep pockets and will take them on.
topvest
23/4/2018
13:38
maybe the BOD should take a look at the recent 5 year chart to see how they have performed
ntv
23/4/2018
13:32
mine too!! i only just bought a few on the back of his involvement and bisi results i had worked the discount at about 45% so am pleased he has moved to stir the party up i see in the annual report they claim their holding is not a concert party but now claiming they control that 56%!!! DARE ANYONE STEP OUT LINE?
ntv
23/4/2018
12:33
Good old Perloff. He has my vote!
topvest
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