Berkeley Group Holdings PLC (BKGH)

4,553.0
-29.0(-0.63%)
  • Volume:
    448,358
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.0/0.0
  • Day's Range:
    4,534.0 - 4,613.0

BKGH Overview

Prev. Close
4,582
Day's Range
4,534-4,613
Revenue
2.2B
Open
4,607
52 wk Range
3,939.2-5,232
EPS
3.61
Volume
448,358
Market Cap
5.15B
Dividend (Yield)
0.10
(2.74%)
Average Volume (3m)
231,373
P/E Ratio
12.71
Beta
1.18
1-Year Change
12.69%
Shares Outstanding
112,335,277
Next Earnings Date
06 Dec 2021
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Berkeley Group Holdings PLC Company Profile

Berkeley Group Holdings PLC Company Profile

Employees
2627

The Berkeley Group Holdings plc is a holding company. The Company, along with its subsidiaries, is engaged in residential-led property development focusing on regeneration and mixed-use property developments. Its portfolio consists of six property developers in London, Birmingham and the South of England. The brands include Berkeley, St George, St James, St Edward, St William and St Joseph. The Berkeley creates medium to large-scale developments in towns, cities and the countryside, encompassing executive homes, mixed-use schemes, riverside apartments, refurbished historic buildings and urban loft spaces. St George is involved in mixed use sustainable regeneration in London. St James handles projects that embrace private residential development, commercial property, recreational and community facilities. St Edward offers residentially led developments.

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  • A good dip to buy for strong dividend and growth.
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    • The best large builder in the UK. Just take a look at Taplow Riverside. I'm going to take a profit now but will buy back after next drop.
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      • In 2011 I bought an off-plan, new-built apartment from the Berkeley Group plc. r. r. My apartment is one of fourteen in the block found to lack adequate ventilation, to be excessively hot and to be suffering from 'Physical Damage' as defined by the ten-year Building Guarantee (this number reflecting only those who have brought successful claims under the Building Guarantee). r. r. There has been much published, by government and professional agencies, concerning overheating in new buildings - a problem predicted to be exacerbated by global warming. r. r. The remedial costs in my building alone run to £ millions, yet Berkeley Group plc continues to build thousands of similarly designed apartments, which remain the mainstay of Group profitability. r. r. How will the Group ensure the potentially catastrophic costs of remedying design defects throughout its portfolio of apartment buildings, does not undermine Group profitability and adversely affect the dividend paid to Group shareholders?
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        • Unfortunately I agree. I am an Architect and I have seem some building under construction without proper design. Now I understand why the dividend is "not satisfactory".
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