Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
U And I Group LSE:UAI London Ordinary Share GB0002668464 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.54% 186.75p 185.00p 188.00p 185.00p 185.00p 185.00p 38,601 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 242.3 25.8 17.5 10.7 233.35

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12/7/2017
07:11
Extract from RNS Number: 6492K - 11 July 2017 U and I Group announces the appointment of Ros Kerslake OBE as Non-Executive Director with effect from 1 September 2017. Ros joins U+I at a time of strong performance and good pipeline visibility for the business. U+I's strategy of targeting a 12% post-tax return to shareholders is progressing well with £65m - £70m of development and trading gains forecast to be delivered in FY2018 and visibility on more than £150m of development and trading gains in the next three years from existing projects alone.
masurenguy
12/7/2017
06:56
Thanks @HP.
spectoacc
11/7/2017
20:46
They reiterated the 2018 forecasts today. https://www.investegate.co.uk/u--38-i-group-plc--uai-/rns/directorate-change/201707111000016492K/
hugepants
10/7/2017
18:09
Now up on the U&I website including the all important fact that it is a £200m project and the fact that they seem to be 2 for 2 on TfL contracts. "The regeneration of the site will create a new £200 million mixed-use development including approximately 80 new homes –35 per cent of which will be affordable – as well as around 130,000 sq ft of new commercial, retail and workspace. ... In February we announced that U+I and Notting Hill Housing Group had been named as the preferred bidder for a TfL-owned site in Kidbrooke - the first site to be awarded through TfL's Property Partnerships Framework. Landmark Court site in Southwark is only the second project that TfL has announced and we're delighted to be successful once again and given another exciting opportunity to work with TfL to deliver something special for London." hxxp://www.uandiplc.com/media/blog/all/a-new-landmark-for-southwark
scburbs
10/7/2017
15:42
Another JV for U&I with TFL in Southwark. "Transport for London has announced its preferred bidder to deliver a mixed-used development on its Landmark Court site in Southwark Street. Triangle London Developments will join TfL in a joint venture to transform the site into a “cultural and social hub”, it has been announced today. Around 80 homes are expected to be built as part of the development – at least 35 per cent of which will be affordable. The site could also deliver about 130,000 sq ft of commercial, retail, and workspace. ... Triangle London Developments is a consortium of U+I and Notting Hill Housing and is one of the partners on the TfL Property Partnership Framework." hxxps://www.southwarknews.co.uk/news/tfl-announces-developer-transform-southwark-street-site-mixed-use-development/
scburbs
07/6/2017
12:38
Share price nicely up so far today.
dolores123
06/6/2017
20:17
Horndean Eagle. Your perfectly correct the salaries' are truly obscene, but purely out of interest have you seen the salaries / charges coupled with the performance at your favourite property sector play LXB, that really will make your eyes water.
yupawiese2010
05/6/2017
22:34
http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/06/05/these-2-exciting-growth-stocks-have-further-to-go/
rathkum
05/6/2017
08:14
PCA is my only holding in this sector. I have held UAI and LXB before but I cannot shake the view that the returns are opaque, take years to materialise and can too easily be spun by the board for the purposes of awarding themselves bonuses. I aim to sell PCA over the summer. I am just not convinced the returns that can be made in the sector are reflected in shareholder returns.
mad foetus
02/6/2017
15:17
James Bartholomew is still buying. hTtp://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/james-bartholomew-buying-profit-tory-win/
valhamos
01/6/2017
21:56
Yes, I saw that, Horny, and all the other salaries seemed to me excessive. And huge numbers of Options awarded.And, o.k., call me old- fashioned, and say it's trivial, but I hate to see the picture in the report of the entire board wearing suits and no ties -and apparently not offering the lady non-exec a seat . (Page 58).Anyway, I'm virtually out.
asmodeus
01/6/2017
19:30
Out of interest has anyone seen what the CEO took out as salary last year. Absolutely shocking he took out £1.7m. Confirms my long held view the company is run for the benefit of management.
horndean eagle
01/6/2017
15:35
HP - Don't understand your above post. Dividends should be paid out of profits otherwise you end up with no shareholder funds.
strathroyal
01/6/2017
12:27
yes i agree
spob
01/6/2017
12:06
But this is a regeneration company so surely profits will be lumpy? NAV reduced by £15.7M but they paid out £17.4M in dividends so that explains the drop in NAV. Current discount to NAV is 30% but this will increase to 36.5% by end of this year if the broker's are to be believed. Also a 12p special dividend forecast. I'm just focussing on the NAV and the dividends and whether the dividends are covered or not I don't really care at this discount. Also worth noting LTV reduced substantially.
hugepants
30/5/2017
20:18
Well I'm 90% out, now. Just don't like the look of the package at all, but keeping a few to see if making a mistake - or proved right?
asmodeus
30/5/2017
16:47
Just bit my lip. Sorry.
jl9
30/5/2017
12:51
Asmodeus - Although I've recently bought back into these as there seems to be some momentum (continuing today)and the discount to NAV remains one of the highest on my watch list, I do agree with your comments. In the full year report, shareholder funds reduced from £363M to £347M so I found it odd that they paid any level of special dividend. Add to that the small margins that they appear to make on their developments and it is difficult to understand the financial press enthusiasm.
strathroyal
30/5/2017
11:18
I have received the, to my mind, absurdly extravagant, inch-thick company report, and the impression given throughout the first two thirds or so is that everything is doing impressively well. But on reaching the statement on page 121 (no less) I see that the operating profit "before exceptional item", was £28,769 million in y/e 2016, but only £1,078 in y/e 2017. and that in fact over the year there was a loss after tax of £3,003 compared to a profit of £23,335 in the previous year. Am I completely misunderstanding the attractions of this company, or its ability to transform its performance from now on?
asmodeus
30/5/2017
10:39
Breaking out?
bluerunner
25/5/2017
14:45
Holding recent gains & looking on perky side.
spectoacc
22/5/2017
08:51
GC - JR is talking about a 'prospective' div yield of 8%+. So that is the payments for the current FY i.e. core interim (2.40p) payable in Nov 17, the core final (3.50p) payable in Aug 18 plus the special payable in Jun 18. Trading gains are forecast to double in the current FY ending Feb 2018, hence expectations of a much larger special div payment in Jun 2018. Not sure what figures JR is using for his 8%+ estimate but note that UAI paid out 8.00p specials in FY15 & FY16. P.S. From the IC extract in #836, "It values projects at cost until completion and is expecting development gains of £65m-£70m in the current year ending February 2017". This should read as year ending Feb 2018. Trading gains in FY17 were £35m (hence lower special) allegedly due to timing of completions. From Final Results: "£65m - £70m of development and trading gains set to be delivered in FY2018 and visibility on more than £150m of development and trading gains in the next three years from existing projects alone"
speedsgh
22/5/2017
06:30
Just checking the declared dividends of UAI,and the reduction in this years Special, they come to a total of 8.7p which with the share price at 194p,gives a dividend yield of 4.48%.Where is John Rosier getting a dividend yield of over 8%,when the next dividend payment will be 2.4p to go with the 2.8p Special,and the Final at 3.50p ?
garycook
16/5/2017
16:18
Barclays Capital issues a broker note on U and I Group Plc - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/News/broker-forecast---barclays-capital-issues-a-broker-note-on-u-and-i-group-plc/733669/ Barclays Capital today reaffirms its overweight investment rating on U and I Group Plc (LON:UAI) and set its price target at 260p
speedsgh
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