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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regional REIT LSE:RGL London Ordinary Share GG00BYV2ZQ34 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.90p -0.92% 96.80p 96.00p 97.00p 98.20p 96.40p 97.20p 513,214 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 52.3 28.7 9.1 10.6 360.89

Regional REIT Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/1/2019
09:47
A well timed top up for a change.
skinny
21/1/2019
09:40
Good point - the new East Leeds Orbital is going through Thorpe Park so it's a good place to be.
spectoacc
21/1/2019
09:05
Interesting to compare these two letting extracts for Thorpe Business Park, the recent 2nd floor letting implying £19psf versus the only slightly earlier 1st floor letting at £17psf. Seems to support the theory of increasing rents in the better regional areas and properties. RNS – 21/01/19: 3200 Century Way, Thorpe Park Business Park, Leeds: The Group has agreed to lease the second floor (10,736 sq. ft) at 3200 Century Way, Thorpe Park Business Park to Countryside Properties Plc at a rate of GBP204,000 per annum. It is currently undergoing a GBP2 million refurbishment, with the remaining Ground Floor due for completion by Spring 2019. RNS – 15/11/18: Century Way, Thorpe Park, Leeds - following the expiry of the lease to W S Atkins (Services) Ltd, the first floor (10,748 sq. ft.) was let to Sodexo Ltd for 5 years, with an option to break on the third anniversary. The company also took an additional 47 car parking spaces, resulting in a combined headline rental income of GBP227,996pa. The rent of c. GBP17psf is a 5.9% increase on the previous level achieved.
skyship
21/1/2019
08:34
Indeed. Just what I wanted to read first thing on a Monday morning. These lettings to good occupants should also help to improve dividend cover.
lord gnome
21/1/2019
08:16
Agreed, a v good update, hopefully indicative of the sector in general (ex retail). Size of discounts seem unwarranted, notwithstanding that "all options open" still re Brexit. The strong lettings market should keep underpinning valuations.
spectoacc
21/1/2019
08:06
Yes, a solid update and really liked the summary which is about as upbeat as you can be at the moment:- Stephen Inglis, Chief Executive Officer of London & Scottish Investments Limited, Asset Manager to Regional REIT, commented: "We have had a really strong finish to 2018 and the momentum is continuing into 2019. These lettings demonstrate the strength of our vertically integrated management model which enables us to achieve maximum value from our sites. In particular, the lettings achieved in the past few months in Bristol, so soon after the completion of a significant refurbishment, is evidence of this. "We continue to see growing demand for quality space in the regional markets, despite the political uncertainty at a national level. While we remain cautious in our outlook for the macro market, we continue our approach of micro-management and a granular, site by site focus and strategy to meet demands from tenants, and in turn return value to shareholders."
cwa1
21/1/2019
07:22
https://www.investegate.co.uk/regional-reit-ltd/rns/update-on-letting-activity/201901210700065676N/ a strong lettings update
nimbo1
20/1/2019
17:21
There was a quarterly discontinued in 2014 Article on 'Investment Trusts Quarterly Mag' being discontinued. - https://tinyurl.com/y88gq8yu Else there is Investmentweek - https://tinyurl.com/yacgo79j which gives weekly IT info.
eeza
20/1/2019
08:43
Isn't there a quarterly magazine that deals with ITs only?
rcturner2
19/1/2019
22:09
you can have a free trial of John Barons site.
tournesol
19/1/2019
20:17
That'S a new one on me. I will have a look myself.
asmodeus
19/1/2019
19:45
Thanks asmodeus, I’ve had a quick look will look in further detail, am also c8nsideting subscribing to John Baron’s site.
dragonsteeth
19/1/2019
15:58
Try "The Investment Trust Newsletter", Dragons.
asmodeus
19/1/2019
09:07
Thanks for the summary Skyship. After many years of IC membership I recently stopped , it didn’t really cover my main area of interest , ITs , in sufficentdepth. I was curious though when I saw RGL was mentioned , but as a holder it was never going to change my view too much even if I’d read the full article. Nice publicity though.
dragonsteeth
18/1/2019
17:28
Frankly, for those of us on this thread who already know of RGL and its palpable attractions, the Jonas Crosland piece added nothing new, nothing we don't already know. It did though further publicise RGL; so for holders, no bad thing in itself. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ the last 3paras: Financing for its acquisitions and refurbishment work is supported by disposals. A particular highlight from last year was the sale of Arena Point in Leeds to Unite Students, which, following a successful planning application, brought in £12.2m against a June 2018 book value of £3.9m. A total of £85m was raised through disposals, invariably at a premium to book value, while the acquisition of a portfolio of eight assets for £31.4m represented an initial yield of 8.66 per cent and a significant premium to disposal yields. The dividend yield is one of the highest in the sector, and while this is expected to be only 93 per cent covered by after-tax earnings, recent disposal profits are expected to make up the shortfall. IC View Investors may be donning their tin hats to protect them from any Brexit fallout, but the reality is that demand for office and commercial space in the major regions outside London is holding up very well. In the unlikely event that the economy collapses then all bets are off, but assuming there is a workable outcome to Brexit, shares in Regional REIT, trading at a 25 per cent discount to forecast net asset value (NAV), may be due a rerating. Buy.
skyship
18/1/2019
16:59
Hi a000, I agree with you, which is why I removed it - normally I go for the summary but to be honest didn’t think. There are worse mistakes. The good news is the share price closed at 96 :)
nimbo1
18/1/2019
15:42
Hi Nimbo1 - it didn't really cause me offence but you (and SpecToAcc) should be aware of what follows as none of us, I am sure, want to disrupt ADVFN's usefulness. Breach of copyright is serious and can be even more serious for a business which uses computers such as ADVFN & (for example) the LemonFool but it applies to all businesses. This is because the copyright owner can apply for an Anton Piller order which is a court order permitting entry to the respondent's premises to search and remove all confidential information owned by the appellants. I once had occasion to threaten a large grocery retailer with such an action when a competitor of mine installed some software on the retailer's machine which contained some of my copyright code. I had a call back from the FD within 5 minutes and the offending material was removed very shortly afterwards because he realised the Anton Piller Order in this case would involve the seizure and removal of the main computer. If an Anton Piller order is applied to ADVFN then effectively it would close the business until resolved and is a terrifying prospect which is why the T&Cs of such businesses prohibit breach of copyright. This is extracted from the LemonFool web site - which I also use "Please respect copyright holders ... In general, it is acceptable to quote a short extract from another source, under the "fair dealing" exception, provided due credit is given and a URL link to the originating site is provided. However, copying large sections of text from elsewhere is likely to infringe copyright. " see https://www.lemonfool.co.uk/app.php/rules alter ego also pointed this out : You can find out more on these here : https://www.gov.uk/guidance/exceptions-to-copyright
a0002577
18/1/2019
14:54
You shouldn't copy copyright. It is theft! End of story. Idiots would think otherwise if it was their efforts and their copyright! Are we becoming a nation of morons?
minerve
18/1/2019
14:50
I respectfully disagree with @A0002577 - thanks for the original post @nimbo1 Must admit, having re-read the IC just now, I'd forgotten how large a % was in offices. But good to be reminded of the (lower) debt profile - was a concern after the CIC portfolio acqn, much less so now.
spectoacc
18/1/2019
13:27
It's ok to post a summary of the conclusions or a snippet from an article, just not the whole thing. That way everyone is happy.
alter ego
18/1/2019
12:59
A + lots of zero's. I only posted it because I thought it of interest, have removed it as it caused you so much offence.
nimbo1
18/1/2019
10:31
Hi Nimbo1, Your post was just a tad naughty cos: a) it seems you have just cut and pasted a whole article from a magazine which was copyright b) you are obviously a subscriber to the digital edition which publishes the tips just after market close on the Thursday for subscribers - of which I am one - to give them an edge over non-subscribers. As it happens I didn't need this tip - I had already worked it out for myself. And by the way they have already (earlier) tipped NRR at a higher price than today's price.
a0002577
17/1/2019
19:35
After recent developments in with our turncoat parliament I cannot see brexit being more than BRINO Brexit in name only.....
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