Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Uk Commercial Property Reit Limited LSE:UKCM London Ordinary Share GB00B19Z2J52 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.40 5.04% 70.90 1,897,415 16:35:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
70.80 71.20 71.60 66.00 66.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 91.34 58.84 4.08 17.4 921
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:21:57 O 2,219 70.90 GBX

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Uk Commercial Property R... Daily Update: Uk Commercial Property Reit Limited is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UKCM. The last closing price for Uk Commercial Property R... was 67.50p.
Uk Commercial Property Reit Limited has a 4 week average price of 47.40p and a 12 week average price of 47.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 92.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 47.40p.
There are currently 1,299,412,465 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,356,343 shares. The market capitalisation of Uk Commercial Property Reit Limited is £921,283,437.69.
skyship: UKCM a weak market as it reveals an NAV reduction in Q3’19. At 86.7p the yield is a mere 4.24%, so the share price likely to continue lower: “NAV per share of 90.5p (30 June 2019: 93.2p), resulting in a NAV total return of -1.9% for the quarter with continued low net gearing of 17.0%.”
speedsgh: Half Year Results (20/9) - HTTPS:// Financial Highlights ~ NAV total return of 3.9% – robust return, driven by capital value growth and achieved with limited gearing of 11.9% which is still one of the lowest in the Company’s peer group and in the wider REIT sector. ~ Share price total return of 1.4% which compares favourably to FTSE All-Share REIT Index total return of 1.3%. Since inception the Company’s shares have delivered a total return of 74.9% compared to the REIT Index total return of minus 3.1%. ~ Attractive dividend yield of 4.2% compares favourably to the FTSE All-Share REIT Index yield (3.9%) and the FTSE All-Share Index yield (3.6%) as at 30 June 2018. ~ Uncommitted cash resources of £80m available for investment at period end including £50million available from Company’s revolving credit facility. ~ Overall the Company continues to have a strong balance sheet with considerable financial resources still available for investment. Property Highlights ~ Portfolio value has grown to £1.4billion due to strong capital performance, income accretive acquisitions and successful asset management initiatives. ~ Continued outperformance from the portfolio which generated a total return of 4.7% v IPD benchmark return of 4.0%. Outperformance driven by above benchmark exposure to Industrial sector, asset management and good performance from Office portfolio. ~ Occupancy increased to 93% with half the remaining vacancy in strong locations within the industrial sector, which has good prospects to enhance future income and capital returns and further increase occupancy. Less than 20% of the vacancy is in the retail sector. ~ A total of £4.1 million of annual income was secured through 5 new lettings, after rent free periods and incentives, and eight lease renewals/rent reviews. ~ 99% of rent collected within 21 days underlining strength of tenant base. ~ Portfolio yield of 4.1% with reversionary yield of 5.3% highlighting potential for earnings growth. Commenting on the results, Andrew Wilson, Chairman of UKCP REIT, said: “Our strategy to grow and recycle capital into a diverse commercial portfolio producing sustainable, high quality rental income has continued to yield sound results in what has been another active period for the Company. The successful conversion to a REIT at the start of July is an important milestone for the business, making it one of the larger diversified REITs in the sector. With a high quality portfolio of assets located throughout the UK, a strong balance sheet and the lowest gearing amongst the Company’s peer group, UKCP REIT is well positioned to add value to its property portfolio and enhance returns for its shareholders.” Will Fulton, UKCP REIT Fund Manager added: “Successful property and financial management of the business to grow long term income and create shareholder value has been key to the Company’s continued positive performance during the period. Tenant occupancy across the portfolio remains high and we are confident that through active asset management we can grow income further, including through leasing progress on the small amount of unlet accommodation that remains. In addition to investment disposals, principally in the retail sector, the Company has also been actively pursuing a pipeline of attractive investment opportunities. The acquisition of an office in Reading, and, in August, of an estate near Glasgow, where we further increased our majority weighting towards Industrials, both demonstrate our ability to recycle capital into high quality assets that are well positioned to deliver growing and sustainable income.”
speedsgh: Latest Edison research note... Making steady progress in uncertain times - HTTPS:// UK Commercial Property REIT (UKCM) achieved a 10.6% NAV total return over the year to the end of June 2018, but its share price has lagged its steadily rising NAV and its discount has widened to 5.2%, among the widest in its UK direct property peer group. In July 2018, UKCM became a UK REIT to mitigate the risk of significant potential tax charges falling due from 2020 and agreed a reduced management fee, effective January 2019. UKCM is significantly overweight in the industrial sector, which is expected to continue to lead market performance, while exposure to the weaker retail sector has been reduced. The manager sees considerable scope for near- and medium-term earnings improvement from the portfolio’s reversionary potential, which implies c 26% upside to rental income if market rates are achieved across all property assets...
schofip: I may be wrong but the above post sounds like a pump and dump of an unimpressive looking company share price heading in one direction.
christh: UK Comm Prop Tst Ltd Directors Dealings Date : 29/08/2014 @ 07:01 Source : UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Stock : UK Comm Prop (UKCM) Quote : 81.0 0.0 (0.00%) @ 05:00 HOME » LSE » LSE » UK Comm Prop share price To: Company Announcements Date: 29th August 2014 Company: UK Commercial Property Trust Limited Subject: Directors Dealings Pursuant to Listing Rule DTR 3.1.2R, UK Commercial Property Trust Limited announces that the following beneficial holding of ordinary shares was acquired by Mr Kenneth McCullagh, a Director of the Company, on 28th August 2014. 40,000 ordinary shares at 80.5p representing 0.0031% of the Company's issued share capital. Mr Kenneth McCullagh is the beneficial holder of a total of 40,000 ordinary shares representing 0.0031% of the Company's issued share capital. All enquiries: The Company Secretary Northern Trust International Fund Administration Services (Guernsey) Limited PO Box 255 Trafalgar Court Les Banques St Peter Port Guernsey GY1 3QL Tel : 01481 745324 Fax : 01481 745085
redsonning: Correct Eezy. The NAV numbers are very good indeed. UKCM has simply been later than others in reviewing the dividend, primarily because it has had such a hugely strong balance sheet. In my opinion this has noticeably been holding back the share price, compared with those such as FCRE, SREI and PCTN who have all reviewed dividends downwards, following which their shares have risen as a result of the better financial balance. UKCM is now of course even stronger than it was before the dividend reduction and the reduction in management fee which they have negotiated. The rise in NAV, together with today's weakness in the share price leaves UKCM with a very small premium to net assets compared with it's peers. Despite Skyship's love of buying 100p for less than 90p (which I love too by the way!) I suspect the underlying financial strength of UKCM will continue to support the shares.
skyship: wskill - sorry been bearish of ALPH since they were in their 30s; as you will see if you look through the ALPH & CP+ thread posts since 2011. The asset manager buying is not necessarily a bullish indicator - Paul Cable has been a regular buyer all the way down - poor sod! They may well have their day in the sun again, at least vis-a-vis the current share price; but they remain one of those where I wouldn't go, just like IERE & ERET.
hugepants: Bought few of these. Goes ex-dividend in about a week. Yielding 7.8% at this price. Is it completely covered though? Gearing only 18.5% which is good. last results: "Fall in NAV per share to 72.3p as at 30 June 2012 (31 December 2011 - 75.5p) mainly caused by 2.4% like-for-like decline in value of property portfolio; Share price total return of 5.9% in the period; Over five years NAV and Share price total return exceed IPD benchmark and FTSE Real Estate Investment Trusts Index; Lowest gearing in the Company's peer group at 18.5% and blended average debt rate of 4%; Attractive annual dividend yield of 7.4% based on period end share price."
pip_uk: Topvest. Why do you think this will be bad news for FCPT. In the proposal holders of FCPT would be offered a cash get out. FCPT share price has been a steady riser for some months now.
skyship: PTOLEMY - "If I were UKCM I'd be much more concerned about preserving cash than using it to provide temporay support to the share price." hmmm - seems to me quite clear that investing in property in the current climate cannot guarantee increases in shareholder value, whereas share buybacks at these levels undoubtedly can. At the last count (15th Oct'08)we had CASH reserves of £64m, so no-one reading the stats can possibly say that there is any need to conserve CASH - remember UKCM is totally ungeared! No. Buybacks must be undertaken when there is a perverse disparity between the share price and the underlying NAV. That is why shareholders approved the Scheme. There are times for buybacks; and now is most undoubtedly an extremely good time. Though I suspect they won't be able to buy many, they should certainly be attempting to do so. =============================================================== Pip_uk - sorry I was a bit early with my recommendation elsewhere. Obviously there is a liquidation firesale taking place, so the share price may remain under water for a few days - who knows. Personally I topped-up again @ 50p.
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