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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shaftesbury Plc LSE:SHB London Ordinary Share GB0007990962 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -0.4% 498.00 500.50 502.00 504.00 488.40 498.80 326,137 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 126.9 26.0 8.5 58.6 1,531

Shaftesbury Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/10/2020
08:58
Hindsight, how are you basing your 'buy price' level? From basic charting Edit - Credit where due , you did call Resi right
hindsight
19/10/2020
21:26
Was in the West End and Victoria last Wednesday. It was a ghost town. Gearing is a wonderful thing when asset prices are rising. Hindsight, how are you basing your 'buy price' level? I have no accurate idea currently where their portfolio value is so I have no certain idea of a 'buy price'. I am only certain of their debt level.
konradpuss
19/10/2020
12:40
Looking for 450p to rebuy sold ones They are trading O.K. and loving it. I would not put this as bad news for SHB, rather have tenants trading ok on turnover rents than empty property. Seems to me SHB have plenty of cash to cover any interest/overheads shortfall but are the bond holders going to wave the income covenants at present. They should be made to as part of the Government moritorium but its not clear
hindsight
19/10/2020
10:11
With further trading restrictions being imposed and the possibility of another national lockdown, all be it will be called by a different name, it looks a murky outlook for much of the sector currently. Moritorium could remain in place for another 6 plus months.
essentialinvestor
16/10/2020
21:48
They were priced for perfection going into covid. Plenty of air has come out since but I'm inclined to agree that a brutal reckoning lies ahead.
jl9
16/10/2020
20:27
I heard an interesting story. The wine bar I will not mention the name of who is a tenant of Shaftesbury is celebrating. Around the turn of the year they were going to 'give back the keys' as they were just working for the landlord, oh! and Shaftesbury were plotting a big increase in their rent. Low and behold 'Covid 19 came along and Shaftesbury said "lets give you a turn over rent lease". They are trading O.K. and loving it. I therefore reaffirm my view that Shaftesbury will bottom at two quid a share.
konradpuss
28/9/2020
16:37
CAPCO appears to have sold another asset, if reading thst correctly?.
essentialinvestor
27/9/2020
23:56
SHB philanthropy to its tenants reflects the reality of the situation and another example of a landlord putting its tenants above short term shareholder interest that needs to be stuffed under Alok Sharma. Its a shame they are silent on what the issue is over the 26% of uncollected rents as presumably an element is from the cant pay wont pay brigade but without this income they will find it difficult to sustain rent forbearance let alone restore a dividend which could be years away. I guess with CAPC being a long term interested party it will keep a prop under this but Im sure they would like to engineer a merger of equals.
nickrl
25/9/2020
23:30
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/sep/25/nearly-60-of-west-end-shop-rents-left-unpaid-says-major-london-landlord
eeza
25/9/2020
20:21
In the update today the company tells of buying three strategic properties. They then go on to say they have collected 41% of rent with a further 10% promised in respect of the last quater. The remainder - who knows. Surely they should be planning for the worst with their borrowings? I will stick by my opinon of where the share price could end up.
konradpuss
15/9/2020
21:10
undervalue, it a matter of how long that takes. It's back to the the 'bird in the hand or bird in the bush'. I think that it is down to two things with Shaftesbury, its debt and how much values will receed until things get better.
konradpuss
15/9/2020
12:15
London Prime property recovers in the end. Meanwhile Mr Market is offering investors a chance to get in at a nice price. That is my thesis .. plain and simple
undervaluedassets
24/8/2020
22:05
Konrad, watched the recent CLS results conference call and they appear to be looking for opportunities in the UK market. UK is the market they see as interesting atm.
essentialinvestor
24/8/2020
10:00
SREI might be worth a look under 30 pence, if available. We may be due another leg down on the London heavy REITS.
essentialinvestor
24/8/2020
09:49
SHB does have some residential, it's a small part of the portfolio. Added to CLS this morning.
essentialinvestor
23/8/2020
15:48
Not sure at what £/M2 point conversions to residential will happen, but would think any office at the planning stage will be getting re drawn to apply for residential The resident population of London has grown from 7.2m in 2001 to 8.9m in 2018
hindsight
22/8/2020
19:59
Essential, for Shaftesbury to become a 'recovery play' it has to hit the bottom. Sorry to say, quite a way off as there is no market evidence on transactions. If, as the valuers will require this, they are currently behind the curve. I am not a perma bear however I must have market evidence to be able to form a rational view on values.
konradpuss
22/8/2020
18:13
Traded DLN during the week, a very small amount. Derwent has bounced from the 27.70/90 area on so many occasions recently. Nick has mentioned £24/25, which looks a safer longer term area. I don't hold GPOR atm either. Would expect fundamentals will look terrible next year as the economic fallout ripples outward, however also anticipate share prices to begin to firm up well ahead of better news. Helical have sold a London property post the COVID hit, it was jointly owned and their share was under £10 million. I'm not that focussed on the London market, or have any particular conviction (outside of thinking SHB will be a cracking recovery play at some point). Attention is on finding stocks where short term value may be available. Intend to switch to buy and hold sometime over the next few months. Expected equity market volatility over the summer which did not happen. Hoping that may develop over the next couple of months, but there is little sign atm.
essentialinvestor
22/8/2020
08:05
Essential, property cycles are longer generally than your time scale. Where are the positives going to come from? New lettings, rents going up, yields sharpening, build costs going down, development finance becoming cheaper. Looking forward, if you are say Great Portland or Derwent London, you have survived, however you have quite a bit of over rented stock. You might find some bargains at that point however there will be a sea of vacant space on the market. I think most medium to large and also some small companies will do as BP and will shrink their office foot print by 50%. Now who is going to fill that space? It will perhaps go residential. What you are watching is a seismic shift without a previous parallel. I understand you are saying there might be a little discount left on NAV with some yield in a few months, however I just wonder if the risk is worth it?
konradpuss
21/8/2020
22:46
Nick, valid rationa; within the next 6 months best guess - I reserve the right to be wrong ).
essentialinvestor
21/8/2020
22:39
EI for sure if any propco can withstand capital falls and find a new (lower) level of sustainable rental income that can support a dividend yield of say 3-4% agree that will be desirable for income seeking funds. Its where that point is - my view remains conditions for another leg down are still dominant but if HMG/HMT are remaining in the ring can easily flip the other way.
nickrl
21/8/2020
22:14
Nick, Great Portland have been been explicit in warning of capital value falls to come, they also have about 30% retail exposure. The flip side to this is a wall of money looking for even nominal returns with continuing ZIRP. So when the sector turn comes, it will be very rapid imv.
essentialinvestor
21/8/2020
21:58
EI currently we are in the phoney war with HMG largesse propping up at lot of the economy but as furlough runs down and business have to find the cash things could start changing. CEO/FDs will running the ruler over there business plans for 2021 onwards and considering there options. Short term its retail/F&B that are making the running but it will slowly seep into the office/industrial sector imo. In the medium term i see GPOR back below £5 but short term positive sentiment will keep it buoyed up and wish I had the confidence to buy on the dips across the sector.
nickrl
21/8/2020
21:29
konrad, I suppose it's a case of what type of NAV discount allows for this. You can buy Helical (with 15% Manchester) on a near 40% NAV discount, that type of level starts to look attractive, although the share price can be volatile. Hoped Great Portland would be available under £5.50, however unless wider equities sell off, I'm no longer confident that will happen.
essentialinvestor
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