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
  +0.00p +0.00% 349.50p 349.50p 350.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
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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05/7/2019
10:47
DoQ: agreed, I do that as well. I am told HMRC do ask for that sort of proof.
18bt
05/7/2019
08:00
One other thing, in addition to filling in all the forms, I also added a spreadsheet as an addendum on which I colour-coded my matching of monies to sales and purchases with dates of contracts. Whether this helped (or was ignored!) I know not.
doubleorquits
05/7/2019
07:38
Gengulphus, there is something called replacement property relief: see hTTps://www.gov.uk/hmrc-internal-manuals/inheritance-tax-manual/ihtm25310 and the following pages. You should reinvest exactly the same amount in a qualifying share soon after the sale - if you sell. I accept no responsibility for the advice, but hope that helps.
18bt
04/7/2019
20:59
rubberduck, It was in the portfolio which was submitted although they do not specify individual shares - I am guessing this would only happen in the event of an exemption NOT being accepted in a situation where tax would then become due.
doubleorquits
04/7/2019
17:41
DoQ Very interesting. Did BUR qualify for IHT exemption? I had always thought BUR would not qualify.
rubberduck104
04/7/2019
17:18
If you have access to Investors Chronicle online, there is a useful summary of some of the main BPR tax considerations in relation to replacement assets (e.g. if an AIM company is delisted or goes to the main market) by Chris Boxall of Fundamental Asset Management. It is high level and does not go into the very detailed rules. The article came out on 29 November 2018. As Investors Champion also manage an IHT portfolio, I guess it may also appear on that website (free to join).
james188
04/7/2019
16:57
No - only a few days. I did, however also purchase some VRS with the proceeds of WGB sale and that was two or three months. Because of lack of clarity with some of IHT rules (or my interpretation of them) I did not like to leave too long between sale and purchase of some other qualifying share (particularly as WGB had been held since purchase about 12 years earlier).
doubleorquits
04/7/2019
15:43
DoQ Thanks, that's very interesting. Was there much of a gap between selling STAF and buying TEF?
zangdook
04/7/2019
14:53
Clearly CBRE are confident there is greater future value in TEF than they are paying. It is not as though they can achieve synergistic cost savings either. So why are TEF directors so keen to accept this low ball offer? Personal agendas? Options? Golden hello/handcuffs to stay? Hard to see that they are discharging their fiduciary duty to shareholders. And they will hide behind Rotschilds advise but he who pays the piper calls the tune. Disgraceful
shaker44
04/7/2019
12:19
Octopus filled up at prices not far off 350p so no big premium for them The predatory CBRE getting oragnised to farm the UK/USA post Brexit dividend The company doesnt need them They spent 12 months with Savills carefully hooking the 2 biggest fish imaginable to join them on the BTR journey. Access to capital is not a problem and now sold out to the first girl that has kissed them Even with the temp blip in profits this year CBRE will be getting plenty of return on their investment The journey has just started and we have been thrown under the bus Bound to be somebody somewhere coming in with a counter?
hillofwad
04/7/2019
11:28
I do not consider this offer attractive - it's only a small premium to the previous market price, and personal tax reasons more than cancel out what little attraction that premium has: it forces me to realise a capital loss that I do not think I'll need this year, making it unattractive for CGT reasons, and also the majority of my shares clearly qualify for IHT exemption at present - if I have to reinvest takeover proceeds in another suitable AIM share, it will be two years before that exemption is clearly back in place (*). I'd much rather continue to own the shares and see what happens in future. I therefore intend to vote against the scheme of arrangement in the company meeting and the Court meeting about it. My number of shares is not very influential - it's dwarfed by the number of shares subject to irrevocable undertakings, and that's only 3.86% of all the shares. But such Court meetings also have a requirement for a majority of the shareholders, and my vote against will count equally with that of any other shareholder, no matter how many shares they own. The catch is that (at least as I understand it) those requirements are about the number of registered shareholders voting, and those who hold shares in nominee accounts are not registered shareholders - only those who hold them in CREST accounts or as certificates are. An additional catch is that ISA shareholdings (and I believe those in other tax shelters as well) are required to be in nominee accounts. Those catches are not problems for me - I use my ISAs for other investments and my Telford shares are already in a CREST account. But for anyone who holds in an unsheltered nominee account and who feels strongly enough about getting their votes cast in the most effective way to be willing to pay the broker charges involved, now is the time to get your broker to 're-materialise' your shares as a share certificate (or transfer them to a CREST account) - it's a process that typically takes some time and you want to get it done before the voting deadline for the meetings (and preferably before the company sends out the voting forms for them). Note I'm not saying anyone should feel that strongly about the matter - how strongly someone feels is for them to decide, not me! I'm only alerting those who do feel that strongly to the catches, hopefully early enough for them to act to avoid them. (*) The word "clearly" is important in that - it may be that it is back in place earlier as a result of the 'replacement asset' rules for the IHT exemption, but that is a murkier area that I'm uncertain I really understand. Gengulphus
gengulphus
03/7/2019
16:58
I sold a few to take advantage of the small premium and get some liquidity, just in case it ends up going through at 350. It's encouraging that there is a premium and that it rose gently through the day, and unless it's the bidders snapping up stock, the shares bought today may be unlikely to be voted for the deal.
zangdook
03/7/2019
14:51
CBRE has identified a secular change in UK Housing similar to one that played out in the US which began 20 years ago and in which companies like Telford and Grainger are leading in the UK. If they're right, then it would be sensible to reject their not very generous offer and enjoy the upside ourselves but expect the institutions will sell us out as usual...
mw8156
03/7/2019
14:28
Got to agree about investment in Countryside and Inland. Both been around for a long time and Countryside have definitely got their act into gear with their strategy of both partnership and private house building. The market will cotton on to them one day.
shallwe
03/7/2019
13:15
What a terrible deal, especially for all those holders in at over 3.50. Telford has too much debt so I doubt a counter offer. Weak sterling means these assets are being hoovered up for peanuts by foreign firms all the time now, shocking, brexit, the gift that just keeps giving. Taking back control haha, the companies, tax base and jobs...foreign owned, so alot less control.
porsche1945
03/7/2019
11:35
There's a lot of buying going on this morning so clearly an expectation of a higher bid coming along.
aimingupward2
03/7/2019
10:56
cbre has identified a secular trend just starting in UK housing similar to one that has played out in USA so, if true, to that extent reject their offer, though expect the institutions that can't see past the next quarter to jump to accept.
mw8156
03/7/2019
10:10
Glad I sold half of mine at 398, but surely another bidder can top this and still extract value. A steal at this price.
shaker44
03/7/2019
09:35
might be a few shorters closing out
spob
03/7/2019
09:33
Why are people buying above 350p? Assuming there will be a counter bid maybe?
seans66
03/7/2019
09:32
Yes i agree
spob
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