‘Quiet advancement’ for Chelsfield

In a year that chairman Elliott Bernerd described as one of ‘quiet advancement’, the main driver of NAV growth was the company’s largest holding at Brierley Hill in the West Midlands. The value of the existing shopping and leisure centre at Merry Hill rose by nearly 13% to £500m. The ...

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