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Telford Homes LSE:TEF London Ordinary Share GB0031022154 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00p -1.01% 293.00p 293.00p 293.50p 303.00p 292.50p 295.00p 137,311 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 316.2 46.3 49.8 5.9 221.73

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/3/2019
10:40
What you have to bear in mind that planningwise BTR doesn't arrive alone; It still doesn't circumnavigate the Boroughs demands for 40% affordable What it does mean for sites with Invesco especially whose min requiremnt is 200 +bed much larger sites are needed This will open doors to some very big developments for TEF which were previously outside their comfort zone So TEF will be picking up also further profitable work building affordable housing and possibly some higher margin private sale elements into the mix too Its not the one you go for but the one you pick up on the way This has really elevated them into Premier League status
hillofwad
06/3/2019
14:58
Aha! Anyway, I'm much more reasssured about TEF's future progress than I was a couple of days ago when I very nearly sold out. Glad I didn't
aimingupward2
06/3/2019
14:53
the gist of the article in the FT was that gearing was likely to fall, and, not in the article, (how did they end up 50% geared when other builders are boasting of cash on the balance sheets after such a long boom?), but there might be a bumpy ride ahead, in the transition to build to rent.
mw8156
06/3/2019
14:37
There is more info on TEF on the London South East site and ,in particular, on build-to-rent deals with Invesco and M & G. These were rns'd yesterday, but I'd missed them.
aimingupward2
06/3/2019
14:01
That's a really strong rebound from last week
richtea2517
06/3/2019
13:57
What was the gist of it, Cerrito? Presumably pretty positive in view of todays rise in the share price
aimingupward2
05/3/2019
13:12
Good resume on TEF in yesterday's FT Inside Business column
cerrito
02/3/2019
05:30
Silly comment again. Filtered
shaker44
01/3/2019
22:41
Oh dear. London getting hammered. Brexit, the gift that just keeps giving.
porsche1945
01/3/2019
12:06
Build to rent - will the larger housebuilders ultimately follow? hxxps://www.investorschampion.com/channel/blog/if-help-to-buy-comes-under-pressure-there-is-always-build-to-rent
investorschampion
01/3/2019
07:12
Many listed Estate Agents have been hammered of late Looks like it's the time for Housebuilders If Labour get in ... this one could recover Building cheap subsidised rental units for the unemployed will be a growth area.
buywell2
01/3/2019
04:56
Well since the departure of Jim Furlong a number of recent acquistions have a few question marks burying big fat sums in the ground Having coughed up over £30m for an unconditional purchase won by open market for Cambridge Heath Road they are still nowhere nearer agreeing a planning consent Having been pushed to 40% afforfable the viability report shows they paid too much for the site Stone Studios again won in competitive tender at full market price Some site problems causing delays and in a hipster locations till all to do to make the pennies stack /Maybeonetheyarethinkig ofshuting overto bTR so more changes need The arrival of Jerome Geogehan in Feb 2018 seemed like a slick move but -we have not had any sight nor sound from him City North is a fantastic scheme but where has the huge delay suddenly arrived when only in January in the Islington Gazette Finsbury Park’s City North development is not behind schedule, say developers PUBLISHED: 11:44 09 January 2018 Sam Gelder “The handover of the commercial units for fit out remains as autumn 2019 and we will welcome residents from summer 2019 through to the first quarter of 2020, when the development is scheduled for completion.
hillofwad
28/2/2019
18:56
NAV of 330 and a 17p ~4% dividend maintained during the "transition" doesn't sound too bad... but then I'm a disillusioned long term holder.
joe_satriani2
28/2/2019
17:50
Yes me too, managed to get out at 298. I think in future I'll only sitck with the larger housebuilders - I think this company lacks scale, which is reflected in lower margins and means it is very exposed to any hiccups in one of its developments.
riverman77
28/2/2019
13:15
That's one of the worst RNSs I've read for ages. I sold my entire holding first thing. Gutted.
jockthescot
28/2/2019
09:51
Does seem rental is the way to go. Https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47389160
owenski
28/2/2019
09:03
Dont think they can achievethe headline price they have planned for. Being 25 stories up over Stratford, East London is a hard sell.
claret dragon
28/2/2019
08:56
A lengthy TU with attached strategic review says one thing, the business model has changed and it's a model that has been forced on them. End of the day, they aint gonna make their figures and the divi part of the review is a sop to steady the market. TEF is a good well run company, and the CEO seems a decent operator. More of a hiccup really and time required to demonstrate the finances of the new model. This'll be a buy at some point but I ain't chasing it.
owenski
28/2/2019
08:42
Few suckered in during run up. Ouch
richtea2517
28/2/2019
08:30
Yes..sadly, very much so
tsmith2
28/2/2019
08:07
RNS, What a depressing read !
gbh2
28/2/2019
08:03
Oh dear socialism in the housing market, watch it tank.
bulltradept
28/2/2019
07:58
Oh dear. A shocker.
jurgenklopp
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