Electronic Communcation Service
Information on how to receive shareholder communications electronically.
Shareholders can elect to receive shareholder communications, such as the Annual and Preliminary Reports, electronically.
Shareholders who wish to take advantage of this service may register their request with our registrars. Once registered, shareholders will receive notification by e-mail at their registered e-mail address, informing them when documents are available.
Shareholders who have registered to receive electronic notification but decide in the future they would prefer to receive paper copies may change their preference by notifying our registrars.
Calendar of main investor events
All future dates are indicative and subject to change
Investor events for the year ending 30 June 2017
|AGM Leeds||21 November 2017|
Dividend events for the year ending 30 June 2017
|Announcement of 2016/17 Preliminary Dividend||23 February 2017|
|Record date for 2016/17 Preliminary Dividend||26 May 2017|
|Payment date for 2016/17 Preliminary Dividend||23 June 2017| Announcement of 2016/17 Final Dividend
Record date for 2016/17 Final Dividend
Payment date for 2016/17 Final Dividend
The Interim Dividend for 2016/17 will consist of a Property Income Distribution (‘PID’) of 3.25p per share.
Voting Rights & Capital
Voting rights and capital information.
Town Centre Securities PLC’s capital consists of 53,161,950 ordinary shares with voting rights. Town Centre Securities PLC holds no shares in Treasury. Therefore, the total number of voting rights in Town Centre Securities PLC is 53,161,950.
The above figure 53,161,950 may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interests in, or a change to their interest in, Town Centre Securities PLC under the FSA’s Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
Information on Town Centre Securities REIT status and tax consequences
Town Centre Securities PLC became a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) from 2 October 2007.
As a consequence of becoming a REIT on 2 October 2007 all profits from property rental and property disposals after that date are exempt from corporation tax liability and the deferred tax liability on revaluation surpluses, of £65.9m at 30 June 2007, has been extinguished.
Under REIT rules, 90% of the profits of the property rental business, after certain deductions, must be distributed to shareholders as a Property Income Distribution (‘PID’).
Town Centre Securities PLC paid an entry charge broadly equal to 2% of the aggregate market value of properties of the UK qualifying property rental business at the date of conversion.