By James Whitmore, James Whitmore28 April 2000
The NAV rise to 441p a share came after a 9% increase in the value of the portfolio to £200m, following a revaluation by Insignia Richard Ellis. The key purchase was Clarges House, Mayfair, which Warnford bought from a private investor for £26.4m, a 6.25% yield. It is let to ...
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