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Land Securities Announces Formation Of A New Retail Structure
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Land Securities Group PLC is a holding company that buys, sells and manages commercial properties. The Company’s segments include Central London, Regional retail, Urban opportunities and Subscale sectors. The Central London segment includes all assets geographically located within central London. Regional retail includes all regional shopping centers and shops outside London and its outlets. The Urban opportunities segment engaged in capital investment business. The Subscale sectors consist of leisure and hotel assets and retail parks. The Company’s property types include leisure, retail, retail parks, shopping centers and workspace. The Company’s properties include Brighton Marina, Brighton; Cardinal Place, London SW1; Bluewater, Greenhithe and 123 Victoria Street, London SW1.
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100 Victoria Street
Cressida M. Hogg
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Mark Christopher Allan
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Vanessa Kate Simms
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
Nick De Mestre
Managing Director - Strategy, Research & Innovation
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Land Securities, whose $15 billion property portfolio is largely made up of central London offices, expects growing demand for more spacious spaces that allow for greater physical distancing to boost rental prices.
UK's largest commercial property firm Land Securities Group Plc reported on Tuesday a swing to half-year profit, as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic which battered its key Central London-focused office portfolio.
UK commercial landlord Land Securities Group Plc said on Wednesday that it had bought a 75% stake in MediaCity, a media and tech hub at Salford in Greater Manchester, for 425.6 million pounds ($580.1 million).
British commercial landlord Land Securities said on Monday it would buy U and I Group (U+I) for 190 million pounds ($260 million), in an effort to expand its portfolio of mixed-use developments.
UK commercial landlord Land Securities Group Plc said on Monday it would buy U and I Group Plc , valuing the property regeneration firm at about 190 million pounds ($259.46 million). ($1 = 0.7323 pounds) (Reporting by Aby Jose Koilparambil in Bengaluru; editing by Uttaresh.V...
The hybrid working model may not be an immediate threat for British commercial landlords as corporate decisions on space requirements are taking longer than first thought, a Citigroup analyst said on Tuesday.
Commercial landlord Land Securities said on Friday it sold two retail parks for 54.3 million pounds ($74.42 million), as part of a plan to exit non-core businesses as the pandemic reshapes the sector.
Land Securities said on Friday it sold two retail parks for 54.3 million pounds ($74.51 million) as the commercial landlord starts exiting that non-core portfolio following a new growth strategy announced last year.
* Declares final dividend of 9p/share (Adds analyst comment, background)
Commercial property firm Land Securities Group Plc said on Tuesday its full-year loss widened, as the pandemic battered its key London-focused office portfolio with many companies remaining in remote working mode.
* Like-for-like net rental income down 10% (Adds analyst comment, shares)
British property developer Land Securities Group Plc on Tuesday posted a bigger first-half pretax loss as rent payments were hit by a raft of store closures and fall in consumer demand due to COVID-19 restrictions.
British property developer Land Securities Group Plc on Wednesday said it would appoint Vanessa Simms as its finance chief, replacing Martin Greenslade who announced his intention to step down from the role last month.
Land Securities said on Friday like-for-like sales at its shopping centres achieved 80% of last year's level in the two weeks since non-essential retail reopened in England, and it would restore its dividend payments.
Land Securities said on Friday like-for-like sales at its shopping centres was at 80% of the level achieved last year in the two weeks since non-essential retail reopened in England.
* Shares down 10.6% (Adds details on market conditions, share move)
Property developer Land Securities on Tuesday reported a big annual pretax loss as coronavirus-driven shutdowns forced tenants to default on rent payments, and more stores closed amid an already failing retail market.
Land Securities <LAND.L> has received only two-thirds of the rent due last month from its tenants and has cancelled its third interim dividend, the British property developer said on Thursday.
* LAND SECURITIES - WORKING WITH A NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS TO ENABLE THEM TO DEFER RENT PAYMENTS
British property developer Land Securities Group on Friday named St. Modwen Properties' top boss Mark Allan as its new chief executive officer, replacing Robert Noel, who will step down next year.
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