Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Telford Homes Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 349.50 349.50 350.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 354.3 40.1 44.6 7.8 266

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03/7/2019
08:29
Octopus Investments, who have 9.64%, are an AIM specialist. I wonder if they will vote against?
zangdook
03/7/2019
08:18
Not happy. It's only been sub-£4 for a few months. I didn't buy this for an 11% return, even if I had bought in at yesterday's price. As it stands I bought higher, but was quite prepared to ride out the temporary fall in the share price Not happy at all.
zangdook
03/7/2019
08:08
Disappointed with this. Premium should have been a lot more. Management sorting themselves out.
billytkid2
03/7/2019
07:47
Inland is also an AIM stock
spob
03/7/2019
07:37
spob in telford for the IHT relief, does Inland qualify, I wonder, could see it might be marginal as it's not a straightforward housebuilder but holds land also?
mw8156
03/7/2019
07:35
"CBRE, the world’s largest real estate services firm... The New York-listed property group " Hmm, they sound like nice fair-minded people... Could be an offer that you can't refuse. ;-)
imastu pidgitaswell
03/7/2019
07:27
So no Woodford wanting cash... See the HL Stockbrokers, but presumably that's on account for regular punters/SIPP people etc. Management recommending it, shareholders look a bit dull, looks like one of those 'if you can't beat them' situations. And unlike most property businesses these days, they do have net debt, so the enterprise value is higher than the equity value. Look on the bright side, it's better than a profit warning - they weren't going to this level off their own momentum anytime soon.
imastu pidgitaswell
03/7/2019
07:24
https://www.ft.com/content/1ab302c2-9d5d-11e9-b8ce-8b459ed04726 CBRE to buy UK-listed residential developer Telford Homes Tie-up values Telford’s equity at more than £200m Philip Georgiadis 13 minutes ago CBRE, the world’s largest real estate services firm, has agreed to buy British residential developer Telford Homes in a deal that values its equity at £267m. The New York-listed property group said on Wednesday that it has agreed a cash deal to pay 350 pence per share for Telford, which represents an 11 per cent premium to its Tuesday closing price of 306 pence. The deal values Telford’s equity at approximately £267m. Including net debt, the enterprise value of the deal is roughly £340m, according to FactSet data. Telford Homes’ chairman said the deal represents “fair value” in light of the group’s market positioning, its portfolio and pipeline and “the current operating environment.” The group’s share price has fallen from highs of nearly 500 pence in 2015. The UK housing market has slowed in recent years, with the London market particularly badly affected by changes to taxation and the impact of Brexit-related uncertainty. Andrew Wiseman said: “The board remains confident in the long-term prospects of the business, however the board also recognises the risks posed by the political and macroeconomic environment”. Aim-listed Telford was established in 2000 and develops residential housing across London, with a development portfolio in process of £1.3bn. It has recently shifted to focus on the build to rent sector, which CBRE expects to grow substantially in the coming years. Bob Sulentic, president and chief executive of CBRE, said: “The UK is in the early stages of a secular shift toward institutionally owned urban rental housing, similar to what we have seen in the US over the last two decades. Telford Homes is well positioned to lead this trend.” Telford would operate as a stand alone business within CBRE subsidiary Trammell Crow Company if the deal completes.
spob
03/7/2019
07:23
Holder Shares % Held Octopus Investments Ltd.as of 31 Jan 2019 7.59m 9.99% TD Direct Investing (Europe) Ltd.as of 15 May 2017 4.39m 5.78% Hargreaves Lansdown Stockbrokers Ltd.as of 15 May 2017 4.07m 5.35% Investec Wealth & Investment Ltd.as of 10 Aug 2018 3.79m 4.98% Schroder Investment Management Ltd.as of 15 May 2017 3.10m 4.07% Thames River Capital LLPas of 02 Jun 2019 2.80m 3.69% Slater Investments Ltd.as of 28 Apr 2017 1.98m 2.61% Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Management Ltd.as of 02 Jun 2019 1.25m 1.64% Alliance Trust Savings Ltd. (Private Banking)as of 02 Jun 2019 799.00k 1.05% Wise Investments Ltd.as of 29 Mar 2019 710.00k 0.93%
spob
03/7/2019
07:21
not a generous offer on the face of it for a company moving more and more into PRS building rather than build to sell, follows a similar low-ball takeover of Manx institutions no doubt will leap to accept.
mw8156
03/7/2019
07:19
not a very generous offer, on the face of it, for a company moving more and more into PRS, which should be steadier than building to sell, follows a low-ball take out of Manx, no doubt the institutions will be only too willing to accept again.
mw8156
03/7/2019
07:06
SP not shifting though is it
buywell3
03/7/2019
07:04
An attractive premium of 11% ?? Yeah right !
jurgenklopp
03/7/2019
06:47
"Premium" seems a strong term for what is being offered! Hopefully another builder will want to consider expanding in the build to rent area at a cheap price.
sammu
03/7/2019
06:46
I too did not see this coming and as someone who dithered about buying more a few weeks back at 280 I can hardly complain about the price.
cerrito
03/7/2019
06:33
Lucky holders here The chart was about to fall again to below 300p as the UK property market drops 350p is a good price for you guys
buywell3
03/7/2019
06:23
Nice, i think thats a fair price in the current environment especially with macro issues and cost pressures. I will reinvest in Countryside and Inland which are the next hidden value gems which IMO will be taken out. If management can’t extract value the market will.
rimau1
03/7/2019
06:20
It's been over 400p in the last year... what a con.. directors thinking of themselves, just a way for them to cash out.
owenga
03/7/2019
06:10
Only the company's directors will see this as a "Good Offer" Proves once again UK PLC is Up for Sale at any price !
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