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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Primary Health Properties Plc 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
  -0.90 -0.58% 153.40 152.90 153.10 154.50 152.80 154.40 2,907,652 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 139.0 112.4 8.8 17.4 2,044

Primary Health Properties Share Discussion Threads

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18/6/2019
10:56
Has this year's dividend been declared yet? The first 2 were 1.4, is it safe to assume the next 2 will also be 1.4? Also on dividend questions, why did the divi drop from around 10p pa in 2015 to around 5p in 2016? The yield didn't change so was it some form of share split?
epo001
18/6/2019
10:55
Well I missed even seeing the RNS yesterday as busy, have taken advantage of the drop today and may buy more this afternoon but just seeing which way price goes across the day or is it now at a floor around 131p. Interesting to see the text below states PHP keep control of how the bonds are converted with the company deciding if they wish to convert to shares or cash and allowing the exchange price to be adjusted in certain circumstances. RNS Extract: Under the terms of the Bonds, the Company will have the right to elect to settle exercise of any conversion rights entirely in Shares or cash, or with a combination of Shares and cash. The exchange price will be subject to adjustment in certain circumstances
perfect choice
18/6/2019
10:41
Thanks PC I must admit that I only skipped over the RNS. The end bit went over my head anyway. The premium I thought about was the share price relative to the NAV which looked high when I saw an item in The Property Chronicle. (freebie version of course ) Share price doesn't particularily worry me as I have changed from BTL to this investment -less hassle- but never thought about BTL valuation anyway so not going to worry about this share price. I understand the position when shareholders are asked to fork more cash which affects the share price but this Bond issue is much more complicated.
norland1
18/6/2019
09:56
Well the RNS is dated 17/06. Seems a complicated way to go about the fund raising, but good top up opportunity for the small buyers as PC says, IMO.
1olddog
18/6/2019
09:49
Thank you PC .
redips2
18/6/2019
09:33
Take it you are talking about the Convertible bonds RNS on the 17th June? Key text relevant to today is copied below and the exchange price will be decided as 15% and 20% above the volume weighted average price for today 18th June. So as a result, the lower the price today, the better for the bond holders at the future conversion date. So if you want to buy some PHP shares now its a good day to buy as a result of the drop. Guess those who bought yesterday just didn't spot this text in the RNS or didn't appreciate the potential implication of it. Guess this should drift back up after today? RNS Extract: Subject to certain conditions, the Bonds will be convertible into preference shares of the Issuer which will be automatically and mandatorily exchangeable into fully paid ordinary shares of the Company (the "Shares"). The initial exchange price is expected to be set at a premium of between 15% and 20% above the volume weighted average price of a Share on 18 June 2019. Under the terms of the Bonds, the Company will have the right to elect to settle exercise of any conversion rights entirely in Shares or cash, or with a combination of Shares and cash. The exchange price will be subject to adjustment in certain circumstances.
perfect choice
18/6/2019
09:10
Premium too high?
norland1
18/6/2019
09:06
Any ideas re price drop this a.m.?
norland1
11/6/2019
16:24
Consistent - Peel Hunt Buy 137.45 140.00 Reiterates New high @137.80p
skinny
11/6/2019
16:21
Results of AGM voting.
skinny
06/6/2019
07:14
Portfolio Update. Primary Health Properties PLC ("PHP"), one of the UK's leading investors in modern primary healthcare facilities, publishes an update on the property portfolio and net debt as at 31 March 2019 following the completion of the successful all share merger with MedicX Fund Limited ("MedicX") on 14 March 2019. Property portfolio The portfolio now comprises 484 properties with a gross book value of over £2.3 billion (31 December 2018: £1.5 billion) and a contracted annualised rent roll in excess of £125 million (31 December 2018: £79.6 million). The portfolio includes 15 properties in Ireland including developments at Bray, Athy, Rialto and Mullingar representing 6% of the total portfolio (31 December 2018: 6%). The portfolio's average lot size has remained constant at £4.8 million (31 December 2018: £4.8 million). more.....
skinny
03/5/2019
09:00
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davebowler
28/3/2019
07:05
Dividend declaration. The Company hereby announces the payment of its second quarterly interim dividend in 2019 of 1.4 pence per ordinary share of 12.5 pence each ("Ordinary Shares"). The dividend will comprise a Property Income Distribution (PID) of 0.65 pence per share and an ordinary dividend of 0.75 pence per share. The Company will be offering a scrip alternative with this dividend. more....
skinny
18/3/2019
07:45
Forward Funding Acquisition of New Medical Centre in Kew Primary Health Properties PLC ("PHP"), one of the UK's leading investors in modern primary healthcare facilities, is pleased to announce that, following the merger with MedicX Fund Limited, it has contracted to acquire, by way of forward funding, a new primary healthcare medical centre in Kew, London. The property is due to be completed in October 2019 and will have a net internal area of approximately 845m(2) for a total cost of GBP4.6 million. The main tenant of the completed development will be the GPs of the North Road Surgery on a 25 year lease with three yearly reviews to market rent. A social prescribing charity, CWC, is taking a five year lease of the remaining area. CWC has been set up to work in partnership with the NHS and Local Authorities in the delivery of new, purpose built primary care centres in London with a view to the better integration of primary health, social and community care in local communities. Its aim is to reduce residents' reliance on the NHS as the first port of call for every ailment, however minor, and to deliver social prescribing programmes aimed at illness prevention as an integral part of primary care service delivery. The acquisition increases PHP's total portfolio, following completion of the merger with MedicX Fund Limited, to 484 assets, of which seven are currently under construction, with a gross value of over GBP2.3 billion and a contracted rent roll of over GBP125.0 million. Harry Hyman, Managing Director of PHP, commented: "We are delighted to announce this transaction, which is the first opportunity that has come through as part of the merger with MedicX, from which we see significant opportunities to grow our portfolio and support the modernisation of the primary care infrastructure and widening of the provision of healthcare services. We have a strong pipeline of acquisitions in the UK and Ireland and are well positioned to continue growing the portfolio in both jurisdictions." More information on Primary Health Properties PLC can be found on www.phpgroup.co.uk
sarkasm
18/3/2019
07:39
Http://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/18-03-2019 Peel Hunt Buy 140.00 - Upgrades
sarkasm
14/3/2019
16:36
I hold both, though mostly in PHP.
bscuit
14/3/2019
14:57
do you hold them both? If so do you ever trade one to the other? You don't have to reply I know it's nothing to do with me but you do seem to have a handle on the relative prices. 3800
3800
14/3/2019
13:32
I hold Assura
muffinhead
14/3/2019
09:31
Quite a big chart divergence opening up between PHP and Assura hTtps://invst.ly/aa12k
muffinhead
05/3/2019
17:27
MW did suggest one that with size PHP might become a target I hope not.
bscuit
05/3/2019
17:17
SP now showing some strength here after its uncertain response to the MedicX merger. Somebody likes what they see and there has been some comment on PHP reaping major tax benefits by expanding its property portfolio by way of merger rather than direct purchase and development. Harry has now been a reliable performer over a considerable number of years and deserves the benefit of any doubt that may surround the deal.
ygor705
30/1/2019
14:39
It seems like the market makers did a pretty good job of wrong footing and shaking a number shareholders out of the market before the share price took off. A nice way for them and institutions to take some cheap stock on board. The subsequent rise outstrips the dividends for the year.
schofip
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