REG - Lndn & Stfd Prop plc - Financing - £61.7m Financing Marlow & Unilever Hse

Mon Jul 30, 2012 2:00am EDT

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London & Stamford Property PLC
30 July 2012
 



30 July 2012

LONDON & STAMFORD PROPERTY PLC

("London & Stamford", "LSP" or the "Group")

Financing of Marlow International and Unilever House for £61.7 million

Further to the Company's Interim Management Statement of 20 July 2012, London & Stamford Property Plc (LSE: LSP.L) is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of Marlow International. LSP has also completed the £61.7 million financing of its South East offices, Marlow International and Unilever House, Leatherhead, with DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale and Deutsche Postbank AG, London Branch. Following this financing, these two assets will now offer a combined cash on cash yield of approximately 11.6%, an improvement on the 11.2% cash on cash yield identified in the Interim Management Statement.

 

For further information contact:

 

London & Stamford Property Plc

Raymond Mould

Patrick Vaughan

Martin McGann

 

Tel: +44 (0)20 7484 9000

Kreab Gavin Anderson

Richard Constant

James Benjamin

Anthony Hughes

 

Tel: +44 (0)20 7074 1800

Notes to editors:

London & Stamford Property Plc was set up to exploit opportunities that it anticipated in the UK property cycle and is a group UK REIT. The Company has a highly experienced management team and invests in and actively manages commercial property, including office, retail and distribution real estate assets, all of which are located in the UK, and in residential assets in Central London.

 

The Company is traded on the London Stock Exchange's Main Market (LSP.L) and is authorised by the FSA to carry out certain regulated activities.

 

Further information on the Company is available from the Company's website: www.londonandstamford.com 

 


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