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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Workspace Group Plc LSE:WKP London Ordinary Share GB00B67G5X01 ORD GBP1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  39.50 5.86% 714.00 716.50 718.00 719.00 679.50 690.50 248,684 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 161.4 72.5 40.0 17.9 1,293

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/2/2015
16:30
Why not? Its market cap is "only" £1.3bn... LAND's is £9bn odd.If it keeps investing it can go anywhere its capacity for financing takes it, no?
sogoesit
27/2/2015
15:32
Surely this can't keep going? Suet
suetballs
25/2/2015
17:05
Hopefully not long to go before this becomes a fully grown Teen again... At which time it might have to leave home!
sogoesit
17/2/2015
11:09
So it's heading to £10. I have been in here since 2007 and seen the worst but hopefully the share price rises along will rise the dividends from 10p to maybe 20p. .
christh
15/2/2015
18:16
I bought at 6quid and was happy with 10pc. Grrr. Lol. Great chart, probably good for a tenner....
leeson31
13/2/2015
09:55
Wish I had bought these a year back when I first spotted them!
cyman
03/2/2015
10:06
Indeed; I remember holding these before the crash... maybe one day we'll see the 'teens again!
sogoesit
24/1/2015
11:50
£8 finally broken great to see
irish_neris
22/1/2015
17:31
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jeffcranbounre
03/1/2015
13:47
From yesterday's FT: "London financial sector’s revival fuels office rental cost fears..." London’s office market is booming as the capital’s resurgent banking and finance sector encounters a shortage of new space — prompting warnings that rents are set to soar. Leasing activity in central London hit its highest level since 2007 in the past year, with 12.4m sq ft of new lettings in 2014, according to research by property advisers Cushman & Wakefield. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a57f45b2-90e4-11e4-914a-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz3NlXDCXsX imo all very relevant for WKP and others such as London Metric (LMP).
hawaly
23/12/2014
23:37
can't believe SL have'nt loaded up on these, post 220, the gain since 09 is not as good as it seems, as currency depreciation since then must be on par with recent 40% drop in rouble, governments have to produce BS inflation figs, or there would be riots on the streets, which in the US is really about inequality important for all city developers to identify key staff working for outsourced planning consultants many juniors working late into the night, the need to submit meticulous p/applications which could be jeopardized if such talent is poached/rewarded by the competition edit 8/1looks like a small retrace due
mike24
23/12/2014
13:34
Nice rally last few days just hope xmas and new year doesnt do any damage
irish_neris
10/12/2014
12:44
suetballs.....£;10 could be a real possibility sooner rather than later IMO at this rate!"
qs99
09/12/2014
16:22
This is disgusting. I've been leveraged in this one for 6 months. Mid 2015 is when I'll be selling. London will be bankrupt by 2016.
11023154
05/12/2014
12:55
London market is bonkers at the moment so IMO this business should be making plenty of hay...market seems to think so! Look forward to your ayrton target sooner rather than NY!
qs99
04/12/2014
08:20
Held this share through thick and thin - now sitting on a 2 bagger on my largest holding - 1.5 bagger on the rest. Looks like £10 next year is not overly optimistic? A very happy Suet.
suetballs
30/11/2014
15:51
Tipped today in daily mail.
denmore42
12/11/2014
15:57
Certainly encouraging http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/64374782
citymohawk
29/9/2014
06:17
29 September 2014 Workspace Group PLC Workspace announces the disposal of an industrial portfolio Workspace Group PLC ("Workspace"), London's leading provider of space for new and growing companies, is pleased to announce that it has exchanged contracts for the disposal of a portfolio of non-core industrial estates for gross proceeds of GBP44.3m, to Capital Industrial One, BV ("Capital Industrial"). The portfolio of 10 industrial sites, totalling 281,500 sq.ft was sold at a premium of 35% to the March 2014 valuation. The disposal reflects a Net Initial Yield of 5.3%. Jamie Hopkins, Chief Executive Officer of Workspace, commented: "I am delighted to announce the strategic disposal of this portfolio of industrial estates at a substantial premium to their book values. There was substantial depth of demand for the properties from a number of potential purchasers and we are pleased with the result and timing of this sale."
leeson31
19/8/2014
22:00
There are a few Brokers suggesting a Buy and prices of 675p and 733p. These are suggesting a Buy at the current price of 639p I am still confident at the present price.
marriner1
08/8/2014
13:41
You have indeed old chap. Dig a little deeper and you will see that our enhanced earnings yield (or low pe, which ever way you wish to look at it) is as a result of a asset revaluation. This is not a cash entry so the free cash flow yield will not have changed much. However, enhanced rentals (as per last ims) suggest that we are still on a roll at about 10x earnings and a fcfy of about 7%. You won't go much wrong with WKP's business model either.
citymohawk
07/8/2014
15:34
Just discovered WKP while looking for shares that might be cheap after the recent down days. The last IMS suggests things are still improving, so are we expecting similar profit of £250m this year rather than the £22m forecast on sites like digital look? If so, thats crazy cheap! I've only just looked into it so I've surely missed something?
joe_satriani2
17/7/2014
14:25
https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=CBG#symbol=CBG;range=5y The chairman of this company is now non-exec at WKP. 600p too cheap :)
citymohawk
16/7/2014
09:31
I'd ignore the price a second. Last results saw an exceptional revaluation which brought our PE down to current levels. However in real terms the PE is still at a maximum of 10x on an assumption of zero growth. They have already reported 2% growth in cash income and that's a cash flow yield of 7% which is backed with growth. This is not only value but also growth stock
citymohawk
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