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8.75-0.10 (-1.13%)
At close: 08:08AM CEST
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Previous close8.85
Bid8.80 x 0
Ask8.95 x 0
Day's range8.75 - 8.75
52-week range7.55 - 9.75
Avg. volume0
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  • The Guardian

    Landsec reports record London office leasing as it returns to profit

    Owner of Bluewater and Trinity Leeds says it has also seen a recovery at its shopping centres

  • Financial Times

    Landsec swings back to profit as workers return to offices

    Landsec, one of the UK’s largest listed landlords, has swung back to profitability, reversing some of the losses incurred during the pandemic as people gradually return to high streets and offices. Around 60 per cent of Landsec’s portfolio is offices, mostly in London and with relatively strong environmental performance credentials. Landsec negotiated £63mn worth of new office leases in the capital during the year, a record amount for a 12 month period, which chief executive Mark Allan said reflected “ongoing demand for the highest quality space in London.”

  • Reuters

    Landsec posts first annual profit since 2017 on record London office leasing

    (Reuters) -Land Securities reported its first annual profit in five years on Tuesday, driven by record leasing in its London offices and a return to growth in major retail destinations. Britain's top commercial property landlord said office leases in Central London, which comprises about 65% of the group's overall portfolio, stood at 63 million pounds ($78.5 million) for the year amid higher demand for spacious properties spurred by the return of workers to offices and a rebound in tourism. Shares of the group, which last reported an annual profit in 2017, rose as much as 2.3% at 759 pence by 1015 GMT.