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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Urban Lo LSE:SHED London Ordinary Share GB00BYV8MN78 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.42% 118.50p 117.00p 120.00p 119.00p 118.50p 119.00p 41,148 12:09:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 5.6 9.9 19.5 6.1 102.16

Urban Lo Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/5/2018
12:22
Think you were in at the same placing I was @Tilts? I still think SHED isn't like the other small REITs, or at least the other "income/little NAV growth/ticking along" ones. Feels like an empire's being built (albeit much smaller than they'd been hoping!) & hence has a fair way to go yet. So staying in most of mine for higher, but can't go far wrong taking a profit, well done. Do wonder when the market will turn for warehouses; retail has died but offices, warehouses, student, & resi still motoring along.
spectoacc
25/5/2018
11:41
I've taken a decent turn, selling at 130p. Will look to rotate into something trading on a discount.
tiltonboy
25/5/2018
11:11
Someone bought 22.6k at 1.33, vs NAV in (good) results earlier this week of 1.22. Results are worth a read, they show the direction SHED is going in.
spectoacc
11/5/2018
07:30
Thought it might be a little more liquid post-equity raise, but still quoted by only two MMs, NMS 1k shares (tho that'd take a while to change), & MM's in 2.5k & 10k respectively. Not too fussed as it's a LTBH for me, to see how far they can build the co (no pun intended), with the yield in the meantime.
spectoacc
29/4/2018
06:12
Link to old thread under PILR: https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=40363075
spectoacc
08/9/2009
08:44
http://www.shedworking.co.uk/2009/04/nissen-hut-search.html "..Shedworking is the only daily updated guide to the lifestyles of shedworkers and those who work in shedlike atmospheres..." http://www.shedworking.co.uk
m.t.glass
17/11/2005
21:47
even more reason to wing one your way at xmas. meeting in DC went well, waiting for the big metal bird to wing me back to blighty. c u monday for some serious kd'ing
vinnie the bean
03/11/2005
14:52
Certainly MK. I'll visit you within the hour. VBR, H.
7h
03/11/2005
14:28
any chance of an appearance on the old PB thread (currently PB71)?
mkearns
03/11/2005
14:27
afternoon H.
mkearns
30/10/2005
15:02
Sheds - Don't buy a Walton. Bag of sh1te.
wilmot
29/10/2005
22:04
Rediscover the lost art of 'make and mend' with this beautifully packaged gift book for boys of all ages celebrating the lost world of the garden shed 'Every man should have a shed," a neighbour of ours once pronounced in a tone that made it clear that this was a place her partner could be banished to, rather than somewhere he would actively seek out. What she didn't realise of course, was that she was playing into his hands.' This funny and charming book opens the door to the many possibilities of the garden shed - just about the only male bastion left in the modern household. The idea that every man needs a shed because every man needs to solve and make things is the basic philosophy behind 101 Things To Do In A Shed. 101 Things To Do In A Shed re-visits the kinds of projects that were popular in the 40s and 50s - the kinds of things that boys made first with their dad and later on their own. It looks back nostalgically to a world before flat packs when everything wasn't so neat and precise. This book is packed with 101 tasks, tools, projects, experiments and ideas of all sorts, ranging from the relatively simple to the more complex, and promises hours of uninterrupted fun. Whether you want to: Create some useful knick-knacks, such as a picture frame or desk organiser Dabble in some simple experiments, like the pulse recorder Explore model making opportunities Just enjoy a spot of peace and quiet with the radio and a beer 101 Things To Do In A Shed is a treasure trove of great ideas. Beautifully illustrated with retro line drawings and brimming with great ideas to keep men entertained for hours, this book is set to become the essential Christmas gift. http://www.readersheds.co.uk/readersheds/101thingstodoinashed.cfm beware, santa is coming...............................vtb
vinnie the bean
09/10/2005
08:46
'Women are spending too much time in sheds, and not everyone's happy about it'(Not me I hasten to add) By William Langley (Filed: 09/10/2005) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2005/10/09/nshed09.xml&sSheet=/news/2005/10/09/ixhome.html The mystical covenant between men and sheds, an anchor of civilisation for centuries, appeared last week to be facing two dire threats to its existence; the advent of the £20,000 price tag, and an invasion by women. Which is where the Shed Doctors, a voluntary counselling group offering advice to fellow shed lovers, come in. "I suppose people do get obsessed with them," says Sally Daniels, a Shed Doctor and an architect by profession. "They worry about their sheds and want the best for them. We try to help them."
jonc
23/9/2005
13:42
Vinno: I'm still well busy with the 'Mystery of the Disappearing Steam' in Shropshire, but when that's all over, I'll pop down and see you with a copy of a handy booklet entitled: Sheds, their Design, Construction & Management (a 7H publication). Have large stocks of some ancient Dows at the ready..... VBR's H.
7h
08/9/2005
17:19
In the last five weeks I have bought both a shed and a pushbike... I'll get me anorak.....
jonc
08/9/2005
17:15
beware the revenge of the green fur
vinnie the bean
01/9/2005
07:21
no so good down here, local shed smaller than the northern variety and got served a cold frothy northern style beer in the local :( need to make some changes
vinnie the bean
05/7/2005
19:19
Ah....cambridgeshire, a veritable fruit garden of shedding opportunities and warm flat beer...............a far cry from the cold frothy north. You will mock no more at my shedless predicament..whilst I savour the leap towards the south, the true home of beer drinking. watch this space! VtB
vinnie the bean
03/6/2005
06:52
7H is your man
vinnie the bean
03/6/2005
06:50
green and furry, unloved and out in the cold. no way to treat a loved one.
vinnie the bean
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