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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Standard Life Investments Property Income Trust Ld LSE:SLI London Ordinary Share GB0033875286 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.20 1.67% 73.00 72.10 73.00 73.00 72.70 72.70 185,963 10:59:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 29.4 -15.8 -3.9 - 297

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14/9/2021
08:09
Results in Respect of the Half Year Ended 30 June 2021 - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/standard-life-investments-prop--sli-/prn/results-in-respect-of-the-half-year-ended-30-june-2021/20210914070000P4EC4/ "No purchases were completed in the first half of the year although terms have been agreed to buy a B&Q retail warehouse for £14m at a yield of 6.5%, a logistics unit in Washington for £7m at a yield of 5.75% recently let on a new 15 year lease, and to fund an industrial development pre let to a Council for 15 years at a total cost of £15m, reflecting a yield of 4.25%." I wonder what rubbish they will come up with for the re-brand and more importantly how much the process will cost! "The Board notes that Standard Life Aberdeen plc has rebranded to abrdn plc. The Board is working with the Manager on the implications of this and will be actively considering a change of name for the Company. The Board will engage with its shareholders on plans for rebranding in due course."
speedsgh
14/9/2021
08:09
A lot to digest on SLI's results. Occupancy not great due to "..Muted office demand.>". LTV is stunningly low - c.17%. Rent collection good, but not sector-leading. Industrial weighting topped 50%, retail at 11%.
spectoacc
09/9/2021
10:33
Standard Life Reit buys big Highlands plot in net-zero drive - HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/standard-life-reit-buys-big-highlands-plot-in-net-zero-drive/a1551014 This is basically a summary of the announcement on Monday with brief analyst commentary at the end... "Analysts at Numis Securities welcomed the initiative and said other property funds could follow suit. However, Andrew Rees said shareholders would want more information on what impact there could be on the trust’s dividend from deploying 2%-2.5% of capital in assets not yielding a rental income. Like its rivals, SLI was forced to cut its quarterly dividend by 40% to 0.714p per share last August, but has since raised it to 0.8925p, still below the pre-pandemic rate of 1.19p." [Jason Baggaley has already hinted heavily that investors should not assume that the dividend will return to the same level as pre-pandemic 1.19p per qtr.] "SLI shares eased 1% to 68.8p. The 5% dividend-yielder has rallied 17% this year as UK commercial property has recovered from the coronavirus crash, but trades on a wide 20% discount below net asset value. This reflects the caution investors still feel to the sector as the Delta variant threatens further restrictions to businesses and workers."
speedsgh
09/9/2021
10:05
Tried to add a few this AM but the price was moved immediately so left it. Looks like some wider market volatility is now underway, if so it's no surprise.
essentialinvestor
07/9/2021
11:08
A tiny glimpse in to the future, also tougher legislation on commercial office buildings effective from 2030 ?. Valuers warning this will effectively make a % of existing UK office stock obsolete.
essentialinvestor
07/9/2021
11:06
I think there are mulitple good reasons for doing this - don't think the woodland will be commercial but the carbon offset may be. And when rules about carbon use are imposed as they will almost certainly be - then being able to say that your office/industrial site is properly offset will be a big plus. And its nice that we have more woodland.
dr biotech
07/9/2021
09:11
Personally not against this, low cost 3k acre land will be in demand for carbon offsets which are only going one way and timber one way too
hindsight
07/9/2021
08:50
The way i read it is they are using it to offset emissions generated by their portfolio so maybe the tenants will be prepared to cough up a bigger service charge so they can claim they are zero emissions?
nickrl
07/9/2021
07:59
Never been comfortable with SLI's greenwashing, but there could be revenue in this. Carbon credits are only likely to go up in price.
spectoacc
07/9/2021
00:35
Stick a few glamping pods on there!. Different world, eh.
essentialinvestor
06/9/2021
21:24
Baggley is very ESG focussed so all the way I would suggest. May pay off in the longer term if pension schemes/funds wish to be seen to be investing in climate compliant companies but its 7.5m that won't earn anything for now. I suspect in short term share price will continue to drift but i bailed out in mid 90's last year.
nickrl
06/9/2021
18:02
Is this the reason why the share price dropped 6% recently? How far are they going with this ESG?
clausentum
06/9/2021
17:51
What is the income from this investment going to be? Some notional savings cost from having to reduce thier carbon footprint X, Y or Z number of years in the future?
ammons
06/9/2021
17:06
Hmm. So that’s about 2% of the assets invested in non commercial property. I don’t mind that. Action needs to be taken by everyone IMO.
dr biotech
06/9/2021
16:38
Acquisition of land as part of carbon strategy Standard Life Investments Property Income Trust (SLIPIT) is pleased to announce the acquisition of land that will be used as part of the Company's carbon strategy. The 1,447 hectares of upland rough grazing and open moorland in the Cairngorm national park has been purchased for £7.5m. The site supports 956 hectares for planting with natural broadleaf trees (about 1.5m trees in total) with approximately 115 hectares for peatland restoration, with the remainder open land to support bio diverse habitats. The site is expected to sequester approximately 195,630 tonnes of carbon up until 2060, representing 73% of the Company's residual embedded and operational carbon. SLIPIT takes ESG very seriously, and believes that strong ESG credentials will be a driver of performance, as well as an agent for good. The Company is not investing in commercial forestry, but is acquiring a gold standard carbon offset at a fixed price. The purchase forms part of a wider strategy to achieve carbon net zero, based primarily on reducing operational carbon at the investment property assets with offsets for residual carbon that cannot be eliminated. It is anticipated that the costs of planting will be met through grant funding. Jason Baggaley, fund manager of SLIPIT, commented "SLIPIT has acquired this significant opportunity for reforestation as part of its carbon strategy. We believe that being an early mover will give the Company an important advantage in future costs for offsetting as society moves to net zero by 2050. We anticipate making a couple of further acquisitions, on a smaller scale, to complete this element of the carbon strategy. Although the focus is on carbon offsetting the opportunities for wider ecological and net bio diversity gain are also being explored, which is important given changing legislation around development in the UK".
cwa1
03/9/2021
19:17
Good to have you onboard EI, Grainger been strong one for me lately, they all have a turn
hindsight
03/9/2021
18:47
Good point Sept - nervousness ahead of October ;) A few REITs took a bath today, but rarely lasts long.
spectoacc
03/9/2021
17:23
Added a few this afternoon. Expecting a bit of wider market volatility this month, September can be a tad tricky, whether it develops that way let's see.
essentialinvestor
02/9/2021
13:03
Thank you for the reply EI, good points. Personally prefer managers that try to be in the right places, than those that sit tight and blaim the markets. Albeit not low frictional costs in property Stand out volume today of 2m so far Agree wall of money everywhere, not that I have one of those trees yet
hindsight
02/9/2021
12:27
hindsight, I will have a stab at answering but others who post here are more knowledgeable, including yourself!. THe market Imv wants to see details of the new acquisitions that are under offer. The Manger appears to have aggressively reconfigured the portfolio and sold a lot, we soon get to see how well they buy - as Jason appears to live and breath this Trust, hopefully he buys well. Problem ATM there is a wall of money chasing industrial, in wider markets there is a wall ofm money chasing nearly everything!.
essentialinvestor
02/9/2021
12:17
Added at 70.1, 20.6% discount in theory
hindsight
02/9/2021
11:34
Any views on the weakness here ?. They are now 20% discount and were par pre covid, albeit I accept property class world has changed. But asset mix looks ok with a 17.6% LTV Industrial 221.9 63.3 Office 127.7 36.4 Retail 50.5 14.4 Other Commercial 33.7 9.7 Total Property Portfolio 433.8 123.8
hindsight
31/8/2021
17:01
Added a few today, keen seller
hindsight
21/8/2021
10:03
Another month before we get half year results.
clausentum
12/8/2021
08:14
Ex div today for .89 payday 27/8
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