By James Whitmore, James Whitmore21 May 1999
The NAV rise for the year to 24 March came after a 15% increase in the value of properties held throughout the year. The overall portfolio increased by 16% in value to £67.4m. The NAV also benefited from the buy-back of 10% of the company’s shares at an average ...
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