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AIM-listed Telford Homes (LSE: TEF) received a nice little boost earlier this month when management confirmed that it was expecting to report record levels of revenue and profits for the year to 31 March 2017. Shares in the London-focused residential property developer have rallied since the announcement on 5 April, gaining 60p or 17% in just three weeks. So could this be a sign of better things to come from Telford, or is this just a flash in the pan?
With a market capitalisation of just over £316m, Telford Homes doesn?t get as much media coverage as other larger housebuilders…
|Very strong this afternoon.
It bodes well.|
|Well said Hillofwad|
|Yes despite continuous unbroken good news on the operational level the share price drifted downwards from the giddy heights of the 490s sometimes very diffcilut to keepthe faith You need look no further than Blackrock,Artemis together with Cazenove who have shed about 10% of the company without a new kid on the block emerging to pick them up Shorters like Old Mutual too Its only us private investors who have kept up the interest
Anyone who has been following TEF can only be impressed with the way the company operates it does exactly what it says on the tin in an untriumphal businesslike manner full of integrity Simply marvellous and surely one of the better succcess stories ofthe AIM Lets face it we are pretty darn lucky to be invested here|
|Oh yeah, Hackney Wick is a brilliant area.
Cheers runthejoules; it might not be too late
No advice intended|
|I have an elastic band on my arm I snap every time I am hit by regret. I sold out of this stock about 350p after SHARES reported a broker telling people to get out of property stocks. I am twanging my band a lot reading this. Good luck those of you who knew what you were about and stayed in property. Scared to get back in now though cos I think the pound is rebounding. Oh yeah, Hackney Wick is a brilliant area. Wish I'd bought a flat round there myself years ago now.|
|Very pleased to see the share price moving up. I didn't expect it to happen so quickly but view this as a solid long term holding. The Peel Hunt target price is not unrealistic imo. I don't usually time my purchases so well!|
|Pillion, Peel Hunt have raised their target price to 505p.|
See posts 2234 & 2235 for info
We will find out in due course the price paid
Peel Hunt's forecast of GBX 4.65 is a decent guess imho|
|Telford Homes plc (LON:TEF) had its price objective increased by investment analysts at Peel Hunt from GBX 465 ($5.94) to GBX 505 ($6.46) in a research report issued on Wednesday. The firm presently has a “buy” rating on the stock. Peel Hunt’s price objective indicates a potential upside of 23.02% from the stock’s current price.|
|I'm very pleased to see TEF's share price going back to what I paid for it.
Fairly sure that house prices are beginning to cool in London, though. I'm glad it hasn't dented the share price yet.|
|TEF managed to exchange contracts within 3 weeks of winning the bid by informal tender Remarkable on a 20m plus site
As this site is oven ready for immediate TEF are unable to add any value by planning betterment Looks very likey that the wily old foxeshave already got this heading out The residential to M&G or Notting Hill and the commercial element to Workpsace with some sort of reciprocal arrangemnt on the further phases at Manhattan Plaza
TEF will hav covered all bases -as usual They are the real deal|
|Seeing sense at last, Old Mutual reduced their short in TEF from 1.09% to 0.87% on the 21st April. They must be getting badly burned on this one.|
|Back in for a few today....will look to average up if all goes to Plan.|
|Peel Hunt increase their share price target from 465 to 505 and reiterate BUY reco this morning.|
|Its in an up and coming area of NE London undergoing significant regeneration: close to the Olympic Stadium and QE Olympic Park and, around 3 miles from the City, Barbican and Canary Wharf.|
|Is 'circa £23m' a known figure or an estimate based on 'average' or 'normal' ratios for either home builders in general or Telford in particular?
Pillion, the rns says "adjacent to Hackney Wick Overground station, the area has become a highly desirable location to live and work." It's near the site of the Olympic Stadium.
Edit. I've googled 'stone studios, hackney wick' and found that Savills were the agents selling the site for "in excess of £23m". So, answered my earlier question. How much over £23m was paid, we don't know.|
|Is that a respectable area of London ?
I'm up here in Lancashire, so got no idea at all|
|Do we know what was paid for it?
The "more than £80m" referred to in the rns will be the value of the completed development, won't it?|
|We paid a fair £££ for it
Freehold too !!|
|Good news ?
.....will deliver 110 new open market homes and 10 affordable homes along with 54,218 sq.ft. of commercial space including 32,540 sq.ft. of affordable workspace.....|
|TEF share price was nearly 500p in Q2 2015. Reckon the company is in a better position now than it was then, albeit macro uncertainty may be greater at this point? Aimho|
|Looks another very astute acquisition - will probably make highly irritating reading for Old Mutual as they continue to try and close out their short without the price running any further away from them.|
|TEF have had a great run up recently and now through the £4.00 barrier. The good news continues with their announcement today of another acquisition - Stone Studios.
Read the details on the company's website here: