Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Primary Health Properties LSE:PHP London Ordinary Share GB00BYRJ5J14 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.40p -0.35% 114.00p 113.80p 114.00p 114.60p 113.60p 114.40p 696,982 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 67.4 43.7 7.8 14.6 706.17

Primary Health Properties Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2018
09:31
A quick look at the financials comparing PHP to Assura (which I hold) looks like:- PHP NAV per share 83.5 share price 113.6 premium 36% Assura NAV per share 49.4 share price 60.9 premium 23% What am I missing please someone? Best regards SBP
stupidboypike
12/1/2018
11:06
One of the 'Tips of the Week' in Investors Chronicle... PHP gains momentum (11/1) - HTTPS://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2018/01/11/php-gains-momentum/ ...IC VIEW Rental growth is still rather pedestrian, although new construction will help to lift rates over time. The real attraction lies in the quality of the revenue stream and an attractive dividend that is now covered by rental income. We also like Assura (AGR) and MedicX Fund (MXF), although shares in PHP are trading at the smallest premium of all three. Buy.
speedsgh
11/1/2018
18:53
Property related shares have been a little weak this weak so just normal market movements in my opinion - nice to see the price end flat on xd day
davr0s
11/1/2018
18:30
These shares became ex-div today. The share price has in fact gone down over past few days. I would have thought that with divi to come they would have gone up slightly. Can anyone explain this to me?. Is it just market forces. My other reit has gone up nicely with no ex div date imminent.
norland1
06/12/2017
18:42
Well it does present a good buying opportunity 😄.
1olddog
04/12/2017
17:32
Thanks for that. I will have to study for a while to fully understand. I am concerned about the steadily falling share price
antaresgy
04/12/2017
11:17
Hardman and Co interview with Analyst Mike Foster discussing Primary Health Properties INTERVIEW - http://bit.ly/2j1AQBC Or read the Q&A - http://bit.ly/2jd3Zd3
astonedt
17/11/2017
13:40
Primary Health is such a good solid company with dividends now 4.5% - why is eveybody selling???
majka
03/11/2017
19:45
With interest rate hike, these were bound to drop a bit but the step down from previous high of 123+ seems dramatic. Mind you I never really understood how the high was justified as Income wasn’t increasing that much. Not sure how to call where they are likely to be in a few months time. Any thoughts?
1olddog
26/10/2017
17:05
Thanks. Does seem a bit more than usual ex div drop. Might be good time to add ... I remain a long term holder/believer.
1olddog
26/10/2017
09:21
Could just be ex div. price stayed within the channel, had risen sharply and has since returned to its steady rise.
ph1ts
25/10/2017
17:33
Hmmm. Why the dip? Any ideas?
1olddog
16/8/2017
15:30
Half Year Results interview (5m54s)- HTTPS://www.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcasts/597897b09ff3a6521c9fd8ea/primary-health-properties-half-year-results-interview FD could do with a few lessons on reading from a cue card! Perhaps presenting is not his natural forte.
speedsgh
16/8/2017
07:32
Don't get me wrong. Boring is beautiful in my book. Quite happy with the income & the odd %age move in the share price now & again.
speedsgh
16/8/2017
07:24
not that boring speedsgh!
nick54
27/7/2017
10:01
A nice, boring, steady hold during uncertain times imo
speedsgh
27/7/2017
08:11
These results look solid with yet another increase in the dividend that is more or less covered by the income stream. There also looks to be enough in the pipeline to keep things moving along nicely and maintaining PHP's reputation of being one of the best income stocks in the market with a bit of capital appreciation thrown in.
ygor706
27/7/2017
07:22
Acquisition of three properties - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/primary-health-props--php-/rns/acquisition-of-three-properties/201707270700162158M/ Primary Health Properties PLC ("PHP"), the UK's leading investor in modern primary healthcare facilities, announces that it has acquired, in two separate transactions, three modern, purpose built healthcare facilities for a total consideration of £35.5 million (net assets and debt acquired of £35.5 million). In the first transaction, PHP has agreed to acquire the entire issued share capital of Ettrick Health Limited, a company whose sole activity is the ownership of the Low Grange Health Village, Middlesbrough, and the Evenwood Medical Centre, Bishop Auckland, for a total consideration of £27.1 million (net assets and debt acquired of £27.1 million). These facilities together serve approximately 25,000 patients... ...These acquisitions increase PHP's portfolio to a total of 303 assets with a gross value of over £1.3 billion and a contracted rent roll of £71 million, and the unexpired lease terms will be accretive to the overall WAULT. Harry Hyman, Managing Director of Primary Health Properties, commented: "These acquisitions represent an important addition to PHP's portfolio, given their substantial lot sizes and importance in their respective communities, with the majority of the income secured by government backing. All the assets are high quality, purpose built properties and with facilities capable of meeting the needs and requirements of a modern primary care service. We continue to have a strong pipeline of acquisitions in the UK and Ireland and are well positioned to grow our portfolio of modern, primary care infrastructure over the long term."
speedsgh
27/7/2017
07:20
Interim Results - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/primary-health-props--php-/rns/interim-results/201707270700052156M/ FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS · EPRA Earnings1, 4 increased by 22.2% to £15.4m (30 June 2016: £12.6m) · EPRA Earnings1, 4 per share increased by 8.3% to 2.6p (30 June 2016: 2.4p) · Net rental income increased by 8.1% to £34.8m (30 June 2016: £32.2m) · IFRS profit before tax increased by 73.7% to £44.3m (30 June 2016: £25.5m) · EPRA Net Asset Value per share2, 4 increased by 5.5% to 96.1p (31 December 2016: 91.1p) · IFRS Net Asset Value per share2 increased by 6.1% to 88.6p (31 December 2016: 83.5p) · Total dividends of 2.62p per share distributed in the period (30 June 2016: 2.5625p), the 21st successive year of dividend growth · Third quarterly dividend of 1.31p per share payable on 25 August 2017 OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS · Surplus on property valuation of £29.9m (30 June 2016: £15.5m), underlying like-for-like growth of 2.4%; portfolio net initial valuation yield of 5.04% (31 December 2016: 5.17%) · Total portfolio, including development properties, valued at £1.27bn as at 30 June 2017 (31 December 2016: £1.22bn) · Four properties acquired, including two developments currently on site, in period for £18.6m adding £1.1m to the contracted rent roll · Three properties acquired post period end for £35.5m increasing the contracted rent roll by a further £1.7m from £69.3m to £71.0m · Average annualised uplift of 1.6% on rent reviews agreed in the period resulting in an annualised uplift in rent of £0.4m (year ended 31 December 2016: 0.9% with an uplift of £0.3m) · Portfolio 99.7% let with 13.3 years weighted average unexpired lease term (including commitments) (31 December 2016: 13.7 years) · Loan to Value reduced to 53.0% (31 December 2016: 53.7%) · New long-term financing with PHP's first transaction in the private placement market raising £100m, ten year, senior secured notes at 2.83%. The proceeds have been partially applied to refinance the £115m "club" facility with RBS and Santander with a new £50m bilateral facility with RBS · Following successful refinancing the average loan maturity increased to 5.8 years (31 December 2016: 5.1 years) · Group's average cost of debt reduced by 39bp to 4.26% (31 December 2016: 4.65%) including the impact of a £20m, 4.76% fixed rate swap cancelled, post period end, for a one-off payment of £6.2m. Total interest savings of £0.8m p.a. Harry Hyman, Managing Director of PHP, commented: "Notwithstanding the uncertainties in the current political and economic landscapes, the demand for modern, purpose built accommodation in primary care is undoubted. The delivery of the NHS Five Year Forward View depends upon many things but investment in primary care is essential for their success. We are committed to investing in growing our portfolio to support the modernisation agenda both in the UK and Ireland. In addition to growing the portfolio, we will also continue to invest in the improvement of our assets, growing rents and extending lease terms. At a time of continued very low interest rates PHP's robust, low risk business model means we are well placed to deliver on our progressive dividend policy, underpinned by our secure and long term income."
speedsgh
26/7/2017
10:06
Interim Results due out tomorrow... HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/primary-health-props--php-/rns/notice-of-results/201706261000011335J/
speedsgh
26/7/2017
09:31
Quite a bit of activity on the share price Looks like it might be trying to break out.
ph1ts
16/5/2017
15:12
New Edison research note... Steady long-term income - HTTP://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/primary-health-properties36/preview/
speedsgh
26/4/2017
21:20
Yep I'm a holder tooExpect 5-10% a year including dividend
nfs
26/4/2017
20:04
I hold but don't really watch - it is what it is. A really solid, unspectacular, well run defensive stock run with a long term view. What's not to like?
chorister
26/4/2017
19:07
Interesting to see that a major fund Manager agrees with me, 2% of his portfolio. Anyone watching this?
1olddog
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