Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Safestore Holdings Plc LSE:SAFE London Ordinary Share GB00B1N7Z094 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -31.50 -3.35% 909.50 472,141 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
913.50 915.00 965.00 912.50 965.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 162.30 197.90 84.60 10.8 1,917
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:11:13 O 34,219 909.50 GBX

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31/1/201409:42Which Are The Safest Banks?2
08/4/200707:56Booming Self-Storage Sector Player2
29/4/200615:10Stuck in "Safe mode": Cannot get Windows to Run13
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Safestore Daily Update: Safestore Holdings Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SAFE. The last closing price for Safestore was 941p.
Safestore Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 783p and a 12 week average price of 729p.
The 1 year high share price is 965p while the 1 year low share price is currently 620p.
There are currently 210,806,023 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 412,871 shares. The market capitalisation of Safestore Holdings Plc is £1,917,280,779.19.
volvo: That will do ''The first quarter's trading performance has provided us with a strong base for the rest of the financial year and, if the current momentum continues, we would anticipate that the business delivers Adjusted Diluted EPRA Earnings per Share (7) for 2020/21 towards the top of the range of analysts' forecasts (8) ".
jonut: I was hoping for a retrace so I could add but looks like it's going the other way. Considering the recent third quarter results encompassed the the worst that the pandemic has, so far, thrown at us and revenue was lifted over 5% for the nine months to date, the share price should be above pre-covid levels. In the same business space, Lok'n Store's share price is retracing. Strange but true.
intelinvestor: LOK Metrics are much less favorable, I Still think SAFE looks better on paper against BYG. Happy to discuss further if you have a specific area you want to compare. Expecially in these uncertain times cash is king. SAFE have both good free cash flow and health 33m cash pile and has a higher dividends cover but i might prefer if they stopped the dividends and did share buy backs when things looked more certain as im a huge fan in buy backs.
hawaly: Possible top up when price hits the 50 MA? 😎 GLA
18bt: Interesting, low cost entry into the Netherlands. Gives further growth potential. And sensible UK add-on, showing that there’s still some growth left for SAFE.
johnsoho: I thought these results were quite good, but clearly the share price didn’t think so !! Safestore Holdings plc 18 June 2019 18 June 2019 Safestore Holdings plc ("Safestore", "the Company" or "the Group") Interim results for the 6 months ended 30 April 2019 Solid H1 performance, on course to meet full year expectations Key Measures 6 months 6 months Change(1) ended ended Change-CER(2) 30 April 30 April 2019 2018 -------------------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------------- Underlying and Operating Metrics- total Revenue GBP73.1m GBP69.2m 5.6% 5.9% Underlying EBITDA(3) GBP41.4m GBP39.1m 5.9% 6.1% Closing Occupancy (let sq ft- million)(4) 4.65 4.50 3.3% n/a Closing Occupancy (% of MLA)(5) 73.0% 71.5% +1.5ppts n/a Average Storage Rate GBP26.30 GBP25.91 1.5% 1.7% Adjusted Diluted EPRA Earnings per Share(6) 13.5p 12.6p 7.1% n/a Free Cash flow(7) GBP27.6m GBP23.1m 19.5% n/a EPRA Basic NAV per Share GBP4.06 GBP3.57 13.7% n/a Underlying and Operating Metrics- like-for-like(8) Revenue GBP72.1m GBP68.3m 5.6% 5.9% Underlying EBITDA(3) GBP41.2m GBP38.7m 6.5% 6.7% Closing Occupancy (let sq ft- million)(4) 4.60 4.47 2.9% n/a Closing Occupancy (% of MLA)(5) 74.3% 72.1% +2.2ppts n/a Average Occupancy (let sq ft- million)(4) 4.57 4.40 3.9% n/a Average Storage Rate GBP26.22 GBP25.78 1.7% 1.9% Statutory Metrics Profit before tax GBP38.2m GBP81.9m -53.4% n/a Basic Earnings per Share 16.4p 40.3p -59.3% n/a Dividend per Share 5.5p 5.1p 7.8% n/a Highlights Solid Financial Performance -- Group revenue up 5.6% (5.9 % at CER(2) ) -- Group like-for-like(8) revenue at CER(2) up 5.9% with UK up 5.6% and Paris up 6.3% -- Adjusted Diluted EPRA EPS(6) up 7.1% at 13.5p -- 7.8% increase in the interim dividend to 5.5p -- Statutory Profit before tax down to GBP38.2m from GBP81.9m in 2018 driven by reduced gain on investment properties of GBP7.9m (2018: gain of GBP51.8m) Operational and Strategic Progress -- Continued balanced approach to revenue management drives returns o Like-for-like(8) closing occupancy of 74.3% (up 2.2ppts on 2018) o Like-for-like(8) average occupancy for the period up 3.9% o Like-for-like(8) average storage rate for the period up 1.9% in CER(2) -- Peterborough site acquired for new 42,000 sq ft store to be opened at the end of 2019 -- Further new store openings scheduled in Paris Pontoise in Summer 2019, London Carshalton and Birmingham Merry Hill in the second half of 2019, and Paris Magenta, subject to planning, in the 2019/20 financial year -- Extension of Bedford and Barking stores in early 2020, adding 29,000 sq ft Strong and Flexible Balance Sheet -- Group loan-to-value ratio ("LTV"(9) ) at 31%, interest cover ratio ("ICR"(10) ) at 8.7x Frederic Vecchioli, Safestore's Chief Executive Officer, commented: "Safestore's performance has been robust in the first half of the year and continues to build on the strong earnings and dividend growth achieved over the last five years. Since we recommenced our store acquisition and development programme in 2016, we have added 38 stores, including our new store pipeline of three sites in the UK in London Carshalton, Birmingham Merry Hill and Peterborough (subject to planning) and two sites in Paris at Pontoise and Magenta (subject to planning). Going forward, we expect to be able to continue to seize consolidation opportunities as well as new development sites that can be turned relatively quickly into new stores. The self-storage market remains resilient to macroeconomic uncertainty and we continue to capture growing levels of demand in the UK and in Paris, with double digit new let growth on a like-for-like basis on both markets. As we enter our peak trading period we are well-placed to meet this demand with our 1.72m sq ft of currently unlet, fully invested space, and our pipeline of five stores that will add a further 252,000 sq ft. Our scale continues to allow us to invest in our digital marketing platforms and service proposition, and this remains a key competitive advantage in a fragmented industry. Our balance sheet remains strong and efficient, with a low cost of debt. Our existing financing capacity, combined with the strong free cash generation of the business, allows us to continue to target selected development and acquisition opportunities. With our leading market positions across the UK and in Paris, the Company is in a strong position with significant low-cost growth potential. We remain on-course to meet the Board's full year expectations."
bensug: A Black Country warehouse has been sold for more than £1.25m to a self-storage business. Harris Lamb was instructed to sell the 43,000 sq ft Sun Works building on Sun Street in Quarry Bank. Safestore has now snapped up the property. Charles D’Auncey, director of the business’ agency team, said: "The well documented shortage of industrial stock in the region meant that we very quickly had a lot of enquiries about the site. "Its location, a highly prominent site at the junction of Quarry Bank and Merry Hill Road close to Merry Hill shopping centre meant it offered fantastic logistics links and with the site being suitable for a number of uses, subject to planning, interest was not limited to manufacturers and distributors. "Within a few weeks, we put out a call for best bids, with Safestore paying in excess of the £1.25m asking price to secure the premises." He said that Safestore, which currently operates 119 UK-wide locations, planned to convert the warehouse into a storage solution to enable businesses, students and households to keep valuables and belongings in secure, CCTV-protected units until they are required, on a short or long-term basis D'Auncey added: "The business wanted to expand the number of storage opportunities within the West Midlands. "The easy-to-reach location made Sun Works a perfect site for a prime Black Country operation."
es222mo: Another great set of results wow . Talking to someone in the industry a customer comes along for a short let and never leaves ,people hate to throw stuff away. Safe by name and probably my safest share.
mortimer7: Frustrating to see share price back at levels last seen in April this year. Last weeks Q3 trading update was positive... CEO Commented "The company is in a strong position and remains on course to meet the Board's full year expectations."
johnsoho: At first glance these results look very good to me; I particularly like the dividend increase 😄 Safestore Holdings plc ("Safestore", "the Company" or "the Group") Results for the year ended 31 October 2016 A third consecutive year of double-digit EPS6 growth Key measures Year Ended 31 October 2016 Year Ended 31 October 2015 Change Change-CER 1 Underlying and Operating Metrics- like-for-like 2 Revenue £112.5m £102.3m 10.0% 8.1% Underlying EBITDA 3 £62.7m £55.9m 12.2% 11.8% Closing Occupancy (let sq ft- million) 4 3.61 3.56 1.4% n/a Closing Occupancy (% of MLA) 5 73.7% 72.7% +1.0ppts n/a Average Occupancy (let sq ft- million) 4 3.54 3.42 3.5% n/a Average Storage Rate £26.31 £24.85 5.9% 3.9% Underlying and Operating Metrics- total Revenue £115.4m £104.8m 10.1% 8.3% Underlying EBITDA 3 £64.2m £57.1m 12.4% 12.1% Closing Occupancy (let sq ft- million) 4 3.97 3.58 10.9% n/a Closing Occupancy (% of MLA) 5 71.0% 72.6% -1.6ppts n/a Average Storage Rate £26.17 £24.85 5.3% 3.3% Cash Tax Adjusted Earnings per Share 6 19.8p 16.6p 19.3% n/a Dividend per Share 11.65p 9.65p 20.7% n/a Free Cash flow 7 £42.4m £37.3m 13.7% n/a EPRA Basic NAV per Share £3.00 £2.56 17.0% n/a Statutory Metrics Profit before tax 8 £94.9m £118.2m -19.7% n/a Basic Earnings per Share 42.0p 52.4p -19.8% n/a Highlights Strong Financial Performance · Group like-for-like2 revenue at CER1 up 8.1% with UK up 9.2% and Paris up 5.0% · Cash Tax Adjusted Earnings per Share up 19.3% at 19.8p · 21% increase in the final dividend to 8.05p (FY2015: 6.65p) Operational Focus · Balanced approach to revenue management o Like-for-like average occupancy for the year up 3.5% o Good like-for like pricing growth with UK rate up 4.5% and Paris rate up 2.3% · 12 Space Maker stores acquired for £42.3m, immediately earnings enhancing · Enquiry growth of 7.5% after implementation of new consumer website · Opened five new stores (including Chiswick on 4 November 2016), completed one extension on time and on budget with a second extension completing in January 2017 and secured new freehold site in Mitcham, London Strong and Flexible Balance Sheet · Group loan-to-value ratio ("LTV"9) at 31%, interest cover ratio ("ICR"10) at 5.5x and full year underlying finance costs reduced by £1.3m notwithstanding acquisition of Space Maker Frederic Vecchioli, Safestore's Chief Executive Officer, commented: "The Group has delivered another strong financial year, building on the improvements made to its operating performance over the last three years. Over this three year period, we have grown EPS6 by 78% and increased our dividend per share by over 100%. "During the last twelve months we have also strengthened our market leading positions in the UK and Paris with the acquisition of Space Maker in the UK and the opening of five new stores. "As we enter the new financial year, we continue to see good levels of interest in self-storage and remain focused on the significant opportunity represented by our 1.62m square feet of currently unlet space. In addition, our balance sheet capacity and flexibility allows us to continue to seek selected development and acquisition opportunities. The company is in a strong position and we look forward to the future with confidence."
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