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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
London & Associated Properties Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 11.00 9.00 13.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 64.0 -4.5 -7.6 - 9

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/6/2019
19:53
The annual vote...and c30% of holders (i.e. most of the free float) vote again...the Heller family are greedy!
topvest
04/6/2019
21:09
Fully agree with you TopVest. And well done on squeezing a turn out of Bisichi.
coolen
04/6/2019
08:16
I've sold out my few shares in LAS and BISI. BISI at a good profit, LAS at a loss. Not worth the effort & we are always going to be screwed over by the Heller family. Unfortunately, I think LAS has more bad news on the way and BISI is invested in an unethical activity of coal mining which is in long-term decline. On top of the dismal performance, the directors take most of the reward. Only listed for the prestige value of being such.
topvest
28/5/2019
20:24
Easily US venture capital heavily indebted, reminds you of 2008/09 The break of the management contract could be interesting They will either get nothing or a big chunk of money maybe they might even still keep it My partner voted against all AGM resolutions this year
ntv
28/5/2019
17:08
Agree about Sheffield which seemed to be the more pressing concern. But how can we go from this; "Our Harrogate joint venture with Oaktree Capital Management, which owns three shopping centres in Dunfermline, Kings Lynn and Loughborough, continues to trade satisfactorily. We have been able to negotiate a number of new leases and lease renewals across all three centres and are coming to the completion of a development of a new 15,000 sq. ft. store for H&M at Kings Lynn." to todays announcement in less than a month!
callumross
28/5/2019
16:44
Doesn’t bode well for the Sheffield retail estate. Makes you wonder how much retail space is going to end up on the lenders books. Being contrarian, it’s probably going to be a good time to set up an equity funded REIT to invest in distressed retail assets in about a year’s time. No doubt investors will be reluctant to invest though, but may be some bargains appearing sometime soon. Retail malls are going to be breaching covenants all over the place...they will be sold for a tiny fraction of what they were worth a decade ago.
topvest
28/5/2019
16:29
Another disaster!
callumross
11/5/2019
09:59
Directors' emoluments £1,909k. Dividends c£150k. Says it all really. Perloff appears to have backed off, with no further purchases. I think that the reality is that de-merging Bisichi would expose that there is no value remaining really in LAS itself.
topvest
30/4/2019
21:00
Credit to the finance director: what a nightmare to produce accounts for both a UK property company and a mining company in South Africa, and then having to consolidate under the new complex financial reporting rules !
coolen
29/4/2019
19:54
Yes, Bisichi results were good, albeit I'm sure management bonuses were even better! I would like to see Bisichi demerged from LAS. The cross-holding is a nonsense.
topvest
29/4/2019
13:39
Bit of a read through from today's BISI results that there is nothing particularly adverse in terms of the retail portfolio likely when LAS announce in the next couple days. Also the joint venture now expanded to seek planning permission for 55 flats.
callumross
24/4/2019
05:52
Hopefully Mr Perloff, He tried to stir the pot up a bit with some press coverage in a National paper about the excessive wage bill for directors in LAS Compare it to his wage packet of about £25k Takes his remuneration through his share holding paid as dividend as per the rest of the shareholders in Pannther Securities PLC
ntv
23/4/2019
16:28
A few buyers ahead of results next week?
callumross
04/10/2018
17:44
Yes, particularly given they are in a sector being slammed at the moment.Perloff closing in?
topvest
04/10/2018
07:17
Interesting price movements recently
ntv
09/9/2018
16:31
Maybe some news on court case re Brixton property assuming I understood the content of the finals correctly No new buying by Mr Perloff lately He seems more interested in purchasing CFYN shares currently
ntv
26/8/2018
15:20
The prospects for LAS are not very appealing at all, unless they demerge the BISI shares which should be an absolute no-brainer, as it would simplify things enormously. LAS has struggled for years to generate an income surplus and probably never will, given the excessive management costs. Our only hope is that Perloff pressurises them into doing the right thing. BISI is more valuable than LAS in my view, but I'm regretting being involved with either!
topvest
26/8/2018
12:44
maybe part of statement has been missed from the report?
ntv
26/8/2018
12:43
so are they going to go higher than a second floor?
ntv
26/8/2018
12:43
In May, along with Bisichi, we formed a new joint venture with Metroprop Real Estate Limited, an established and successful developer, and exchanged contracts on a property in West Ealing, London. LAP and Bisichi will each own 45% of the joint venture. The agreed price for the property is GBP5.6 million, and LAP and Bisichi each will invest cGBP1.0 million. The property is a parade of five shops with a service yard which has an existing planning consent for eight flats at the first-floor level. We are looking to increase substantially the number of flats and will be making a new planning application in due course. West Ealing is on the new Elizabeth Rail Line that will cut journey times to the West End to just 15 minutes, and we believe the flats will be highly desirable. We anticipate that the flats will have a gross development value of sub GBP500,000 per unit. Completion is scheduled for late August.
ntv
26/8/2018
12:40
In other news, and as reported to shareholders earlier this year, the Group has formed a joint venture to acquire the freehold of five shops and to develop flats in West Ealing, London. Bisichi and London & Associated Properties PLC, a 41.52% shareholder of Bisichi, each own 45% of the joint venture, with the remaining 10% owned by Metroprop Real Estate Ltd. The joint venture includes shops that produce a current rent of cGBP140,000 per annum and has planning consent for 20 flats at first and second floor which will be eligible for the UK Government Help to Buy Scheme. At present the Group has no further news to report on this exciting real estate transaction, however we look forward to updating shareholders as the development progresses. this seems to be different from the lAS statement
ntv
26/8/2018
11:58
Other We do not intend to pay a dividend at the half year point; however, our strategy is to maximise income over the medium term and our dividend policy will reflect this once our cash has been reinvested and our income has returned to previous levels. It will be interesting to see what happens for the final dividend this year Planning application to increase the number of flats in West Ealing but they don't say to what number I also think their Brixton property has some sort of court action coming up in September but no mention of that
ntv
24/8/2018
17:10
Same old tosh from the Board. It’s a bit late to decide retail property isn’t the best bet! No comments about the Perloff holding and the votes against the Board. Is anything happening behind the scenes or are the Heller family going to carry on taking liberties with minority holders?
topvest
03/7/2018
11:57
Well maybe this will give the Heller's sufficient cash to take LAS private as well? https://www.investegate.co.uk/eagle-bidco-2018-ltd/rns/recommended-cash-offer-for-edp-plc/201807030700083468T/
topvest
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