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Berkeley Group Share Chat (BKG)



Share Price: 3,316.00Bid: 3,316.00Ask: 3,320.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Berkeley Gp.hld
Spread: 4.00Spread as %: 0.12%Open: 3,300.00High: 3,330.00Low: 3,290.00Yesterday’s Close: 3,316.00


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sain@vision
Posts: 6,249
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Price:3,294.00
Graet Move
Wed 18:52
Great move by Pidgeley and a feather in the gov't. capvWin Win Win Certainly raises the profile of developers upwards from pantomine villains Demonstrates quite clearly that devleopers can work with the Govt to provide homes across all sectors
 
richred_uk
Posts: 144
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,300.00
Grenfell Re-locations
Wed 14:16
bbc co uk/news/uk-40357280

"Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire are to be rehomed in a luxury housing development in the heart of Kensington, the government has said.
Sixty-eight one and two-bedroom flats have been acquired at the Kensington Row development, it added.
The apartments are "newly-built social housing" in a complex where the price of private homes starts at £1.5m.
At least 79 people died and many more were left homeless after fire engulfed the west London tower block a week ago.
The complex includes a 24-hour concierge service and a private cinema, the website of developer St Edward's says.
The Department for Communities and Local Government said extra public money had been found so the flats could be fitted out more quickly.
It said the "expectation is that these new properties will be offered as one of the options to permanently rehouse residents from Grenfell Tower"."

This is one of Berkey's recent developments - berkeleygroup co uk/property-developers/st-edward/our-developments
sain@vision
Posts: 6,249
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,251.00
Kneejerk Reaction?
18 Jun '17
Badadvice

Good post but surely the likely outcome of Grenfell is that some of the worst examples off the 60s and 70s blocks will be systematically torn down and replaced with new build.

The Gov't are going to be increasingly reliant on reputable developers like Berkeley as enablers and to provide product.

Any changes in legislation reducing net floor areas available for residential accomodation and any raise in build
and monitoring costs will be reflected in the price paid for land not loss of margin
Since London devlopers effectively dont landbank each project is a work in progress
Cant think of any newbuild which aren't sprinklered and you can rest assured that corners aren't cut by Berkeley

Furthermore any tightening ofthe regulatory system will raise the barrier of entry for competition

The appetite for high rise wont diminsh just like after the WTC the public are just going to want to be better informed about the risks
Class is permanant .form is temporary
BadAdvice
Posts: 55
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,218.00
Sorry to do this but
16 Jun '17
From an emotionless point of view the Grenfell tower fire is one of the worst things that could happen commercially for BKG and similar developers building high rise.

There will be a change in building regulations that single stair buildings are much much more difficult to get approved (I.e number of flats per floor is reduced) and on top of this it may be that projects in development are required to retrofit expensive sprinkler systems, or the reintroduction of section 20 legislation but now for residential too. Potentially having to change cladding too. I've sold as the upcoming regulatory changes are unquantifiable to the current and future prosperity of central London developers. Good luck.
BadAdvice
Posts: 55
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Opinion:Buy
Price:3,072.00
Back in
9 Jun '17
Sterling weaker so London becomes more attractive to overseas, government likely to pursue a soft brexit, conservatives still likely to run the ship, solid dividend.
givetheinfo
Posts: 1,270
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,404.00
ţ40
10 May '17
still think i will get my £40 being bumpy ....held since £27
AL75
Posts: 984
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Opinion:Hold
Price:3,403.00
Breakout today
10 May '17
Has broken out of its 3368 resistance and is still bullish. 3368 was a key level and next stop should be 3787, the all time high. However, I'd expect a pullback before ultimately getting there.

PS: Since the Brexit vote, the house-builders have offered a brilliant trading opportunity.
AL75
Posts: 984
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,309.00
RE: Election and housing
8 May '17
Thanks Sid.
SidKnee
Posts: 586
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,284.00
RE: Election and housing
2 May '17
Housing Minister hinting at tightening-up that local council free-for-all re "exceptional circumstances" and building on the Green Belt. Localism [passing the buck to local councils] currently seems to encourage Green Belt erosion but I think the Tories assurances have been rumbled and a re-think will be needed.
AL75
Posts: 984
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Price:3,284.00
Election and housing
2 May '17
As the election gets closer, is anyone trading on the basis of a change to housing policy which might affect the house-builders?




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