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Wynnstay Properties PLC

18 November 2021

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("Wynnstay" or the "Company")


18 November 2021


I am pleased to report to shareholders a strong performance by Wynnstay for the six months period ending 29 September 2021 as well as to advise you of the appointment of a new firm of auditors and a new AIM Nominated Adviser.

Interim Financial Results

The unaudited results are summarised in the table below, which should be read in conjunction with the following commentary and financial statements:

                                        29 September   29 September 
                                                2021           2020 
 Rental Income                  +2.7%   GBP1,084,000   GBP1,055,000 
 Property Income*                   *   GBP1,131,000   GBP1,055,000 
 Operating Income              +11.9%     GBP839,000     GBP750,000 
 Income before Taxation        +20.8%     GBP650,000     GBP538,000 
 Earnings per share            +21.3%          19.4p          16.0p 
 Net Asset Value per share     +14.7%           918p           800p 
 Interim Dividend per share     +6.3%           8.5p           8.0p 
 * No percentage increase is given as the 29 September 2020 
  figure does not include other property income . 

Rental Income for the half-year increased by just over 2.7% compared to last year at GBP1,084,000 (2020: GBP1,055,000) reflecting a number of successful rent reviews, lease renewals and new lettings within the portfolio which are detailed further below. Other property income which includes, for the first time, items such as dilapidations, lease surrender and other property-related receipts, added a further GBP47,000 to give Property Income of GBP1,131,000 (2020: GBP1,055,000). With lower overall operating costs, including reduced void costs compared to last year, the result was an 11.9% increase in Operating Income to GBP839,000 (2020: GBP750,000).

In my statement in July I reported that we had collected all of the rental income due for the first quarter of the financial year. I am pleased to report that there is no rent outstanding for the second quarter and that for the third quarter, commencing 29 September 2021, we have collected all of the quarterly and monthly rents due to date, with the only outstanding items being the monthly payments that are due on 1 December 2021.

Borrowings from Handelsbanken of GBP10 million at the end of the half-year were the same as at 25 March 2021 and lower than at the same time last year (GBP12.5 million) following the previously reported disposal of the Chessington property in February 2021.


The portfolio was 99% let by rental income at the end of the half-year, which is consistent with our past record of high occupancy and low voids.

The only void at the end of the half-year was a unit on our Beaver Industrial Estate at Liphook where, as previously reported, the tenants went into liquidation in November 2020 leaving substantial stock and fittings at the premises, which passed to us when the lease was disclaimed by the appointed liquidator. The stock and fittings have been disposed of by us, realising proceeds which exceeded the unpaid rent and contributed to the funding of the necessary refurbishment. The refurbished unit was offered to the market at a significantly higher rent than was being paid under the previous lease. In the second half of October, we agreed terms with existing tenants on the Estate who are expanding their operations to take a new five-year lease and to extend to 2026 the lease of their existing three units, which was due to expire at the end of next year.

Two other adjoining units at Liphook have become vacant from the end of the half-year following the decision by the existing tenants not to renew as a result of the rationalisation of their business. The outgoing tenants left the premises in good condition. I am pleased to report that we have been successful in agreeing heads of terms for letting the units to new tenants who need them for a specific project for two to three years for which they also require, as storage space, our adjoining development site. In view of the attractive terms negotiated for the units and site together we will defer, for the time being, our planned development of the two new units, while taking steps to preserve the existing planning permission.

Other management activity on the Beaver Industrial Estate at Liphook has seen five lease renewals, most at increased rents, and the transfer of an existing lease to a new business entity at an increased rent and on improved terms.

At our largest asset, Quarry Wood Industrial Estate at Aylesford, we completed the letting of a unit following the exercise of a tenant break clause, to new tenants at a record rent for the Estate, demonstrating the demand for units of this type and size in the area. In addition, we negotiated two lease renewals at higher rents.

At Lichfield, we negotiated and completed a new lease to the existing tenants, a national chain, at an increased rent and negotiations are now proceeding on renewals with the tenants of two other units, who are also a national chain.

The lease of one of our two units at Lewes was due to expire early next year. The tenants closed the business and terms were agreed for them to return the premises to us early on payment of a surrender premium. This has enabled us to relet the unit immediately to new tenants.

The lease of one of our five units at Norwich has also been renewed at a higher rent than provided in our annual valuation which should reflect well both in the valuation at the year end and in relation to future negotiations on the other units.

Taken overall, the management of the portfolio in the first half of the year has produced very satisfactory results both for short-term income and, in the longer term, for appreciation in the portfolio valuation and in future income.

Our longstanding tenants at Surbiton have notified us that they will not renew their lease, which will expire in December 2021, having decided particularly in the light of the Covid pandemic that they can rationalise their operations in their other premises elsewhere in the area. The existing sub-tenant of the ground floor retail premises has approached us to take a new lease and we anticipate concluding negotiations with them shortly. The office premises on the two floors above will be the subject of reinstatement in accordance with the terms of the lease by the outgoing tenants. We are currently offering the offices for letting on market terms as well as considering a sale of the entire building.

Turning now to the development of our Trade Park at Petersfield, substantial progress on construction works was made over the summer and early autumn. Despite the well-publicised challenges in the construction sector affecting both labour and availability of materials, the contractors were able to rephase the construction programme to take into account these challenges and minimise the disruption to both the timetable and the costs. I am pleased to report that works should be completed within budget in the next couple of weeks, around six weeks behind schedule. The two prelet units will be handed over shortly to the incoming tenants and should be rent-producing in the next financial year. The third unit is on the market.


In light of the financial results, the Board has decided to pay an increased interim dividend of 8.5p per share (2020: 8.0p) on 17 December 2021 to those shareholders on the register at the close of business on 2 December 2021. The Board is pleased to be able to increase the interim dividend by a further 6.3%, following the increase of 6.7% at this time last year, and the increase in the final dividend paid in July 2021.

The Board is keenly aware of the importance of investment income to many shareholders and of the yield having regard to the recent significant increase in the share price.

Completion of refinancing

In my statement in the Annual Report in July, I reported on the progress of our refinancing of our two facilities with Handelsbanken, which expire in December 2021. A new five-year fixed term facility of GBP10 million was signed in June while a new revolving credit facility was not then available due to the complexities of transitioning from LIBOR to Bank of England Base Rate.

I am now able to report that we have just completed a new five-year revolving credit facility under which we can now borrow up to GBP5 million, an increase of GBP1.5 million over the existing GBP3.5 million facility.

Change of Auditor

Shareholders will recall that our auditors for many years, Moore Stephens, merged its business with BDO on 1 February 2019 and BDO were appointed as our auditors at the Annual General Meeting in July 2019. Auditors are required to change the partner responsible for the audit every five years and BDO are required to do so for the current year.

The Board decided to put the audit out to tender among a number of firms, all with quoted company, AIM and commercial property experience. BDO expressed interest in tendering but indicated that its proposed fees would not be competitive with the fees offered by other firms and accordingly it withdrew from the process. We received nine expressions of interest in tendering and short-listed four firms.

After a further round of written responses and meetings with the short-listed firms, we have appointed Nexia Smith & Williamson, as our new auditors. Nexia Smith & Williamson is an independent firm within the Smith & Williamson group, among the "Top 10" firms of accountants and business advisers in the UK and a member of Nexia International, a global network of independent accounting and consultancy firms.

Nexia Smith & Williamson will undertake the audit for the current year and their reappointment as auditors for the following year will be put to shareholders for approval at the next Annual General Meeting in July 2022.

In consequence, BDO have resigned as our auditors and have confirmed that there are no matters connected with their resignation that need to be brought to the attention of shareholders or creditors. As required by law, a copy of BDO's formal resignation letter is being sent to shareholders with this report.

I would like to thank both BDO and Moore Stephens for their work for Wynnstay.

Change of Nomad

All companies quoted on AIM are required to have a Nominated Adviser, commonly known as a Nomad.

We have now appointed WH Ireland Limited as the Company's Nomad and corporate broker with immediate effect. They succeed Panmure Gordon who took on that role when they acquired Charles Stanley Securities in 2015.

WH Ireland is the fourth largest Nomad and corporate broker on the AIM market, representing around 60 AIM companies. The team advising us includes long-established experience in the AIM market and the quoted commercial property sector.

On behalf of shareholders, I would like to thank Panmure Gordon for their advice over the past six years.

Shareholder Matters

In my statement in June, I mentioned that the Board would be reviewing ways in which the issue of liquidity and marketability of Wynnstay's shares can be addressed and improved generally. We engaged with a number of shareholders, large and small, on an informal basis, over the summer and autumn and will continue this process. The Board will reflect further on the position over the coming months and discuss with WH Ireland what steps, if any, it might be appropriate to consider.

Share Certificates and Shareholder Records

In the first half of the year, there have been a number of enquiries about shareholdings, missing share certificates and shareholder records. These typically come from situations where shares have been transferred, whether through the market or off-market, where the stockbroker involved has acted for both sides. There have been many changes of ownership in stockbroking firms over the years and certificates and records can be lost when individual brokers change firms, taking clients with them, or firms merge or are taken over. Real difficulties can arise for executors when they know that the deceased owned Wynnstay shares, but they cannot trace either share certificates or stockbroker records.

I would encourage shareholders to check their records and ensure that they know where their certificates are held and which stockbrokers or nominees are responsible for their holdings.

Share Scams

In each statement, I draw the attention of shareholders to the risk of "share scams", arising from unsolicited telephone calls or online offers or approaches.

I experienced this personally a few months ago when I received an unsolicited call, unrelated to Wynnstay. The caller, with a convincing Scottish accent, claimed to be from an investment bank with a name similar to a well-known Japanese financial institution. I was informed that I was the owner of some shares in a US-listed company. This had been the subject of a massive fraud in the 1980's, but was now solvent and being sold. I could benefit, provided I supplied some personal financial details. Both the investment bank and my alleged investment were totally fictitious. While entertaining in some respects, the call illustrated how superficially credible some share scams can be.

I urge shareholders to be vigilant. Wynnstay's website (www.wynnstayproperties.co.uk) includes a warning and a link to other information about unsolicited calls on the Financial Conduct Authority's website.

Annual General Meetings 2021 and 2022

As you will know, our Annual General Meeting 2021 was convened shortly after the government had announced that the existing Covid-19 regulations would continue for at least another four weeks and continued to place limits on the number of individuals and households permitted to gather indoors. As a result, the Board decided with great reluctance to restrict attendance at the AGM, which was duly held on 20 July 2021 when all the resolutions were duly passed on a poll vote. I would like to thank all the shareholders who took the trouble to return their proxy cards to express their voting directions.

We are hoping that for 2022 it will be possible to arrange our Annual General Meeting in mid-July in the usual form. The date and venue will be notified nearer the time when we can be certain that it can take place in the light of the conditions then prevailing.

Finally, on behalf of the Board, I wish all shareholders and their families a Happy Christmas and convey our best wishes for 2022.

Philip Collins


17 November 2021

                                            Unaudited                     Audited 
                                        Six months ended               Year ended 
                                 29 September   29 September             25 March 
                                         2021               2020             2021 
                                      GBP'000            GBP'000          GBP'000 
 Property Income                        1,131              1,055            2,438 
 Property Costs                          (25)               (44)            (255) 
 Administrative Costs                   (267)              (261)            (593) 
                                -------------  -----------------  --------------- 
 Operating Income                         839                750            1,590 
 Movement in fair value 
 Investment Properties                      -                  -            1,748 
 Profit on Sale of Investment 
  Property                                  -                  -            1,121 
                                          839                750            4,459 
 Investment Income                          -                  1                1 
 Finance Costs                          (189)              (213)            (412) 
                                -------------  -----------------  --------------- 
 Income before Taxation                   650                538            4,048 
 Taxation                               (123)              (104)            (395) 
                                -------------  -----------------  --------------- 
 Income after Taxation                    527                434            3,653 
                                =============  =================  =============== 
 Basic and diluted earnings 
  per share                             19.4p              16.0p           134.7p 
   The company has no other items of comprehensive income. 
                                       Unaudited      Unaudited    Audited 
                                    29 September   29 September   25 March 
                                            2021           2020       2021 
                                         GBP'000        GBP'000    GBP'000 
Non-Current Assets 
Investment Properties                     34,871         34,281     34,005 
Investments                                    3              3          3 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
                                          34,874         34,284     34,008 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
Current Assets 
Accounts Receivable                          262            420        342 
Cash and Cash Equivalents                  1,586          1,338      2,001 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
                                           1,848          1,758      2,343 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
Current Liabilities 
Accounts Payable                         (1,001)        (1,174)      (929) 
Income Taxes Payable                       (374)          (343)      (249) 
Bank Loans Payable                      (10,000)              -   (10,000) 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
                                        (11,375)        (1,518)   (11,178) 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
Net Current (Liabilities)/Assets         (9,527)            240    (8,835) 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
Total Assets Less Current 
 Liabilities                              25,347         34,524     25,173 
Non-Current Liabilities 
Bank Loans Payable                             -       (12,500)          - 
Deferred Tax Payable                       (461)          (315)      (461) 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
                                           (461)       (12,815)      (461) 
Net Assets                                24,886         21,709     24,712 
                                   =============  =============  ========= 
Share Capital                                789            789        789 
Capital Redemption Reserve                   205            205        205 
Share Premium Account                      1,135          1,135      1,135 
Treasury shares                          (1,570)        (1,570)    (1,570) 
Retained Earnings                         24,327         21,150     24,153 
                                   -------------  -------------  --------- 
                                          24,886         21,709     24,712 
                                   =============  =============  ========= 
Net Asset Value per share                   918p           800p       911p 
                                                      Unaudited               Audited 
                                                   Six months ended        Year ended 
                                              29 September  29 September     25 March 
                                                      2021          2020         2021 
                                                   GBP'000       GBP'000      GBP'000 
Cashflows from operating activities 
Income before taxation                                 650           538        4,048 
Adjusted for: 
(Increase) in fair value of investment 
 properties                                          (866)             -      (1,748) 
Interest income                                          -           (1)          (1) 
Interest expense                                       189           213          412 
Profit on disposal of investment properties              -             -      (1,121) 
Movement in dilapidations for property 
 sold                                                    -             -           55 
Changes in: 
Trade and other receivables                             80         (176)         (98) 
Trade and other payables                               197          (89)        (326) 
                                              ------------  ------------   ---------- 
Cash generated from operations                         250           485        1,221 
Income taxes paid                                    (123)             -        (249) 
Interest paid                                        (189)         (213)        (412) 
                                              ------------  ------------  ----------- 
Net cash from operating activities                    (62)           272          560 
                                              ============  ============  =========== 
Cashflows from investing activities 
Interest and other income received                       -             1            1 
Purchase of investment properties                        -          (21)        (117) 
Sale of investment properties                            -             -        3,187 
Net cash from investing activities                      --          (20)        3,071 
                                              ============  ============  =========== 
Cashflows from financing activities 
Dividends paid                                       (353)         (203)        (419) 
Drawdown on bank loans                                   -             -            - 
Repayment of bank loans                                  -             -      (2,500) 
                                              ------------  ------------  ----------- 
Net cash from financing activities                   (353)         (203)      (2,919) 
                                              ============  ============  =========== 
(Decrease)/Increase in cash and cash 
 equivalents                                         (415)            49          712 
                                              ------------  ------------  ----------- 
Cash and cash equivalents at beginning 
 of period                                           2,001         1,289        1,289 
                                              ------------  ------------  ----------- 
Cash and cash equivalents at end of 
 period                                              1,586         1,338        2,001 
                                              ============  ============  =========== 
                                 4. STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY 
                            UNAUDITED SIX MONTHSED 29 SEPTEMBER 2021 
                                    Share      Capital        Share     Treasury   Retained    Total 
                                  Capital   Redemption      Premium       Shares   Earnings 
                                               Reserve      Account 
                                  GBP'000      GBP'000      GBP'000      GBP'000    GBP'000  GBP'000 
Balance at 26 March 2021              789          205        1,135      (1,570)     24,153   24,712 
Total comprehensive income 
 for the period                         -            -            -            -        527      527 
Dividends                               -            -            -            -      (353)    (353) 
----------------------------  -----------  -----------  -----------  -----------  ---------  ------- 
Balance as at 29 September 
 2021                                 789          205        1,135      (1,570)     24,327   24,886 
============================  ===========  ===========  ===========  ===========  =========  ======= 
                            UNAUDITED SIX MONTHSED 29 SEPTEMBER 2020 
                                    Share      Capital        Share     Treasury   Retained    Total 
                                  Capital   Redemption      Premium       Shares   Earnings 
                                               Reserve      Account 
                                  GBP'000      GBP'000      GBP'000      GBP'000    GBP'000  GBP'000 
Balance at 26 March 2020              789          205        1,135      (1,570)     20,919   21,478 
Total comprehensive income 
 for the period                         -            -            -            -        434      434 
Dividends                               -            -            -            -      (203)    (203) 
----------------------------  -----------  -----------  -----------  -----------  ---------  ------- 
Balance as at 29 September 
 2020                                 789          205        1,135      (1,570)     21,150   21,709 
============================  ===========  ===========  ===========  ===========  =========  ======= 
                                  AUDITED YEARED 25 MARCH 2021 
                                    Share      Capital        Share     Treasury   Retained    Total 
                                  Capital   Redemption      Premium       Shares   Earnings 
                                               Reserve      Account 
                                  GBP'000      GBP'000      GBP'000      GBP'000    GBP'000  GBP'000 
Balance at 26 March 2020              789          205        1,135      (1,570)     20,919   21,478 
Total comprehensive income 
 for the year                           -            -            -            -      3,653    3,653 
Dividends                               -            -            -            -      (419)    (419) 
----------------------------  -----------  -----------  -----------  -----------  ---------  ------- 
Balance as at 25 March 2021           789          205        1,135      (1,570)     24,153   24,712 
============================  ===========  ===========  ===========  ===========  =========  ======= 


Wynnstay Properties PLC is a public limited company incorporated and domiciled in England and Wales. The principal activity of the company is property investment, development and management. The Company's ordinary shares are traded on the Alternative Investment Market.

Basis of Preparation

These unaudited condensed interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standard ("IFRS") IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting. They do not constitute statutory accounts within the meaning of section 435 of the Companies Act 2006.

The unaudited condensed interim financial statements should be read in conjunction with the financial statements of the Company as at and for the year ended 25 March 2021 which were prepared in accordance with IFRS. The financial information for the 6 month periods ended 29 September 2021 and 29 September 2020 have not been audited and the auditors have not reported on or reviewed these interim financial statements. The information for the year ended 25 March 2021 has been extracted from the latest published audited financial statements.

Key Sources of Estimation Uncertainty

The preparation of the financial statements requires management to make judgements, estimates and assumptions that may affect the application of accounting policies and the reported amounts of assets and liabilities, income and expenses.

Revisions to accounting estimates are recognised in the period in which the estimate is revised if the revision affects only that period. The key sources of estimation uncertainty that have a significant risk of causing material adjustment to the carrying amounts of assets and liabilities within the next financial year are those relating to the fair value of investment properties.

Investment Properties

All the Company's investment properties are independently revalued annually and stated at fair value at 25 March. The aggregate of any resulting increases or decreases are taken to operating income within the Statement of Comprehensive Income. Investment properties are recognised as acquisitions or disposals based on the date of contract completion. Values of investment properties undergoing development or improvements are stated at cost until practical completion.


In accordance with IAS 40, freehold investment properties are included in the Statement of Financial Position at fair value, and are not depreciated. The Company has no other plant and equipment.

Disposal of Investments

The gains and losses on the disposal of investment properties and other investments are included in the Statement of Comprehensive Income in the year of disposal.

Property Income

Property income is recognised on a straight-line basis over the period of the lease and is measured at the fair value of the consideration receivable. Lease deposits are held in separate designated deposit accounts and are thus not treated as assets of the Company in the financial statements. All income is derived in the United Kingdom. Other property income includes dilapidations, lease surrender and other property related receipts.

                                Unaudited              Audited 
                             Six months ended       Year ended 
                        29 September  29 September    25 March 
                                2021          2020        2021 
                             GBP'000       GBP'000     GBP'000 
Rental income                  1,084         1,055       2,140 
Other property income             47             -         298 
                        ------------  ------------  ---------- 
                               1,131         1,055       2,438 
                        ------------  ------------  ---------- 


The tax expense represents the sum of the tax currently payable and deferred tax. Current tax is the expected tax payable on the taxable income for the period based on the tax rate enacted or substantively enacted at the reporting date, and any adjustment to tax payable in respect of prior years. Taxable profit differs from income before tax because it excludes items of income or expense that are deductible in other years, and it further excludes items that are never taxable or deductible.

Deferred taxation is the tax expected to be payable or recoverable on differences between the carrying amounts of assets and liabilities in the financial statements and the corresponding tax bases used in the computation of taxable profits; and is accounted for using the statement of financial position liability method. Deferred tax liabilities are recognised for all taxable temporary differences (including unrealised gains on revaluation of investment properties) and deferred tax assets are recognised to the extent that it is probable that taxable profits will be available against which deductible temporary differences can be utilised.

The Company provides for deferred tax on investment properties by reference to the tax that would be due on the sale of the investment properties. Deferred tax is calculated at the rates that are expected to apply in the period when the liability is settled, or the asset is realised. Deferred tax is charged or credited to Income after Taxation, including deferred tax on the revaluation of investment properties.

Trade and other accounts receivable

Trade and other receivables are initially measured at fair value and subsequently measured at amortised cost as reduced by appropriate allowances for expected credit losses. All receivables do not carry any interest and are short term in nature.

Cash and cash equivalents

Cash comprises cash at bank and on demand deposits. Cash equivalents are short term (less than three months from inception), repayable on demand and are subject to an insignificant risk of change in value.

Trade and other accounts payable

Trade and other payables are initially measured at fair value and subsequently measured at amortised cost. All trade and other accounts payable are non-interest bearing.

Comparative information

The information for the year ended 25 March 2021 has been extracted from the latest published audited financial statements.


Pension contributions towards an employee's pension plan are charged to the statement of comprehensive income as incurred. The pension plan is a defined contribution scheme.


Interest rate borrowings are recognised at fair value, being proceeds received less any directly attributable transaction costs. Borrowings are subsequently stated at amortised cost. Any difference between the proceeds (net of transaction costs) and the redemption value is recognised in profit or loss over the period of the borrowings using the effective interest method. Borrowings are classified as current liabilities unless the Company has an unconditional right to defer settlement of the liability for at least 12 months after the reporting date.


Dilapidations receipts are recognised in the Statement of Comprehensive Income when the right to receive them arises. They are recorded in revenue as other property income unless a property has been agreed to be sold where the receipt is treated as part of the proceeds of sale of the property.


                                       Payment        Per share   Amount paid/proposed 
                                         Date          (pence)           GBP'000 
 6 months to 29 September 2021    17 December 2021       8.5              230 
 6 months to 29 September 2020    18 December 2020       8.0              217 
 Year ended 25 March 2021           27 July 2021        13.0              353 


Basic earnings per share are calculated by dividing income after taxation attributable to Ordinary Shareholders of GBP527,000 (2020: GBP434,000), and net asset value per share is calculated by dividing net assets of GBP24,886,000 (2020: GBP21,709,000), in each case by the weighted average number of 2,711,617 (2020: 2,711,617) ordinary shares in issue during the period excluding shares held in treasury. There are no options and no instruments in issue that would have the effect of diluting earnings per share.

For further information please contact:

Wynnstay Properties PLC

Philip Collins, Chairman

020 7554 8766

WH Ireland Limited (Nominated Adviser and Broker):

Chris Hardie, Ben Thorne, Megan Liddell

020 7220 1666

LEI number: 2138006MASI24JYW5076

For more information on Wynnstay, visit www.wynnstayproperties.co.uk

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