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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  50.00 6.51% 818.00 373,653 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
815.00 816.50 851.00 774.00 786.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 161.40 72.50 40.00 20.5 1,481
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:29:29 O 7,238 810.031 GBX

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Workspace Daily Update: Workspace Group Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WKP. The last closing price for Workspace was 768p.
Workspace Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 698p and a 12 week average price of 690p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,273p while the 1 year low share price is currently 422.80p.
There are currently 181,106,679 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 472,417 shares. The market capitalisation of Workspace Group Plc is £1,481,452,634.22.
18bt: Despite the loss, reduction in NAV and dividend decision deferred, these could have been a lot worse. WKP much better positioned than the larger office-focussed property groups IMHO.
suetballs: Moving up nicely. With a successful vaccine no reason for London not to get back to some sort of normal even with more wfh. With its flexible offerings I believe that wkp is in a strong position and could see £10 by spring next year. Suet
its the oxman: Anyone any clues on availability rates and how things are holding up for wkp.
slicethepie: Now a good month for wkp ! Lonely place
slicethepie: A good week for wkp, pleased to see it was standard life letting shares go encouraged me to buy more!
shieldbug: Current share price is a mystery, well below the March low. Seems to be a 6 year low?
suetballs: Capita to close over a third of offices permanently. How many of these are in London? Others will do likewise. How will it affect rents? How many others will copy the wkp formula? At under £6 wkp should be a bargain but times are changing. Suet
shieldbug: Essential - They say that "Freehold property ownership" is part of their strategy. I am in London and bought a bit of WKP in recent months. I often walk past various properties and I can confirm there is only limited activity. WeWork is even quieter than Workspace, almost no one working in these places at all. Many Workspace properties are well located, many are older industrial buildings and some have character. A great many of these kinds of properties have been and are in the process of being converted to residential. Some of my reasoning for buying WKP: 1/ tenants are likely to be more established companies than WeWork type tenants and perhaps more resilient to economic stress. 2/ often these are companies that actually need a contained space - rather than a shared hive. 3/ Many of the properties have some car parking/loading facilities that are simply not available in new buildings occupied by WeWork type spaces. 4/ not being new buildings the rent is almost certainly going to be lower and so likely to retain tenants 5/ there is a shortage of this kind of office/studio/workshop space in London - (this is from experience, I have a small business and have twice needed to find space) 6/ freehold properties with huge potential for redevelopment. Despite all of this - not much sign of my being right at this point.
slicethepie: That's why the share price is down from £13. Unless all central London prop is going to fall 50% plus then the maybe approaching a good long term entry point. Most of their sites have alternative use and development potential.
huttonr: I think that IWG lease their space which would indicate a high gearing so that a small fall in revenue would give a major fall in profit. I am not sure that I am correct, but it would contrast with WKP who own their buildings and, currently, have a low % of borrowings. However, the WKP share price drop is small compared with IWG.
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