Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Springfield Properties Plc LSE:SPR London Ordinary Share GB00BF1QPG26 ORD 0.125P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 122.50p 120.00p 125.00p 122.50p 122.50p 122.50p 10,059 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 140.7 9.2 10.0 12.2 118

Springfield Properties Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/9/2019
08:47
Nice Buy mention by Tempus in the Times today. Results really were pretty good!
trustman
10/9/2019
17:36
Thinly traded, but another positive announcement.
trustman
02/7/2019
13:23
Trading update today. Does not look too bad. I have aholding in ISA. Springfield Properties Expects Further Growth In Second Half (Alliance News) - Scottish homebuilder Springfield Properties PLC said Tuesday the strong growth seen in its Private Housing and Affordable Housing divisions in the first half continued into the second half. Springfield said the second half growth - which saw an increase in completions - was supported by a "strong" housing market in Scotland. "In addition, management's target of improving gross margins has been successfully achieved through strong sales rates and sustained prices combined with tight cost control," the company added. Springfield said its Village developments "progressed well" in the second half. In its Affordable Housing unit, Springfield noted further "good progress": "For example, under its local authority framework agreement for 10 developments, the group commenced the handover of homes at one of the developments, commenced construction at two developments, and secured development contracts for another two of the developments." "Following the acquisition of Walker Group during the second half of the year, Springfield is in a strong position, with a presence in almost all of the key geographies within Scotland. The expanded land bank has secured activity for approximately 18 years and both of the group's divisions continue to be supported by strong market drivers. Consequently, the board of directors remains confident that the group will continue to achieve sustained growth, in line with market expectations, and deliver shareholder value." Springfield is scheduled to release its full-year results for the period ended May 31 on September 17.
trustman
03/6/2019
09:44
Director buying shows a bit of confidence?
trustman
16/4/2019
09:27
"Without foundation" you said it No not my comment, mine is still on the council website from the original planning application 2010. I have a vested interest as I have lived in Dornoch all my life The evidence is abundant all round the site for those that wish to see it, I believe there is photographs of the foundations before and after they were poured
paleface1
16/4/2019
09:17
So paleface1 created 15 Aug 2018. Lossieloon 7 Jan 2019. Since 24/12 paleface about 8 posts all on Springfield. Lossieloon 8 posts all on Springfield. As I say a bit transparent guys.
meganxmas
16/4/2019
09:01
Ha ha I guess the public comment was you and u guess was removed because either proven without foundation and or malicious. A wee bit transparent no ???
meganxmas
16/4/2019
09:00
megan it is not for me to do your research, come up to Dornoch site, walk around back of the site and to the affordable houses and seen the fall from their back gardens down to the burn there is about a 5m drop. that is all made up ground At the entrance to the site the ground drops off 2-3m either side of the road and where the houses are built, that is all made up ground two years ago and all built with 300mm strip foundations. Normally this would require pile foundations or a raft .......google it
paleface1
16/4/2019
08:49
Looking at the council website regarding the above development there was a public comment mentioning the foundations and the made up ground of said development, looks like the comments have been removed I guess they didn't want the buyers of those houses to hear of the type of insecure ground their homes are built on
paleface1
16/4/2019
08:27
Did you get sacked ?
meganxmas
16/4/2019
08:26
Ok so you have a beef with the company ... spill the beans
meganxmas
16/4/2019
08:23
I noticed yesterday that springfield have got the diggers in to their site at Dornoch where they have completed the first 25 units pretty much The diggers are excavating long trenches across a very large hill which has been part of the lanscape for every and they are planning to flatten this major piece of landscape to infill a deep run off area the other side of the hill where they want to built 188 units. The diggers are part of a supposed archaeological dig to check for pictish artifacts. There has already be artifacts found including burial sites before but that didn't stop them building The 25 house already built are on ground that was infilled two years ago of up to 5 meters in places with around 300mm strip foundations The site is not fit for purpose, hence jacking these houses up to get the fall required for the sewer waste
paleface1
08/4/2019
16:19
hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/slowdown-may-send-scots-land-tax-off-target-b3p5l9h8b Not good reading for the Scottish property market, can't say I'm surprised.
lossieloon
22/3/2019
08:06
"I now hold shares" good luck with that one ;--)
paleface1
14/3/2019
14:21
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47556539
lossieloon
12/3/2019
09:44
When a company has as many sites as Springfield it does not mention every site in results nor every area. Your approach treats the company as much smaller than it is. They have grown substantially over the last year both organically and via the Dawn and Walker acquisitions both of which were very good highly regarded housebuilders with reputations forged over many years. Every housing company has some slower sites and no company worth its salt simple builds to demand. That said it also manages the position to ensure no excessive build up. I believe that Springfield is well managed with strong facilities for growth. They are also very well regarded by their bankers. They also have a good management team and a well balance approach of affordable and private. Their acquisitions have strengthened this along with their land bank. Now I hold shares and possibly biased on upside ... you on other hand have no position / want no position but merely comment. I don't think so
meganxmas
12/3/2019
09:37
I just find it interesting how a company portrays itself to the market versus what's actually happening at the coalface. None of their sites in Moray get a mention in their interim report, if they were performing well they'd be shouting about it.
lossieloon
12/3/2019
09:01
Why keep posting "facts" then ?
meganxmas
12/3/2019
08:51
Just stating facts that I've seen with my own eyes locally Meganxmas. To be fair to them purchasing Walker group was a smart move as its a far more profitable company than Springfield. I don't hold any position on SPR
lossieloon
12/3/2019
08:15
How short are you ?
meganxmas
12/3/2019
08:10
Had a wee run round the Springfield sites in Moray with MrsLL yesterday. Unsold stock continues to pile up on their jobs in Forres, both Elgin jobs and in Buckie. They're also pushing really hard with advertising on local radio which I think tells its own story. My golf buddy was saying that construction has virtually dried up on their Nairn job also and most of the lads have been dumped into Elgin jobs. It was also interesting to note that they haven't started on their new village on the south side of Elgin despite this being stated in their interim report to the market a few weeks ago.
lossieloon
06/3/2019
09:33
Yup mcpaulas - I don't know where all the buyers are coming from..... or more importantly where they all work. Quality is a big issue in the area. The fixtures and fittings on offer from Barratt and Tulloch are very poor IMHO. Kirkwood made a very grand entrance to the area and offered a relatively impressive specification at a fair price on two Inverness developments. Although they have now pared back that standard for their Culloden development, which was disappointing.
bpdon
06/3/2019
08:00
Barrat and Tulluch remain the key players in the highlands at the moment.They are building houses so fast in inverness that it makes you dissy to watch.There is planning in place to build thousands of new homes.One site that has barely started building is sold out and prices start at £600,000.
mcpaulas
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