By James Whitmore, James Whitmore12 March 1999
The level could have been even higher, but was depressed by 8p a share from the disposal of the Canadian portfolio, and did not include a surplus of 14p a share on developments in progress, which rivals, such as Land Securities, would have included in their figures.
You must be logged in to continue
Register for free to finish this article.
Sign up now for the following benefits:
To access this article REGISTER NOW
Would you like print copies, app and digital replica access too? SUBSCRIBE for as little as £5 per week.