37% NAV rise for Grainger

The rise to 970p a share came after the company’s first interim portfolio revaluation, carried out by Chesterton and Jones Lang Lasalle. Managing director Stephen Dickinson said that two-thirds of the increase came from tenanted residential and the rest from land development activities. Pre-tax profits were up 81% to £8.5m ...

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