Capital & Counties Properties PLC Share Price

Capital & Counties Properties PLC competes in the Finance sector and Real Estate Investment Trusts industry. It is headquartered in London, GB and is traded on the London Stock Exchange, through the symbol CAPC-LN.

£128.00
-7.25%
Previous Close:
£141.00 2.17% (August 11th, 2020)

Latest Share Trading Activity for Capital & Counties Properties PLC

Day Open
£138.00(previous open £139.00)
Day High
£140.60(previous high £142.00)
Day Low
£126.80(previous low £137.00)

About Capital & Counties Properties PLC

Company Description
Capital & Counties Properties Plc operates as a property investment company, which engages in the management and development of substantial prime holdings in Central London. The firm develops and manages a portfolio of property investments in west London and the West End. It operates through the following divisions: Covent Garden, Earls Court Properties, and Other. The Convent Garden division engages in conversion of properties to residential use or for improving the configuration of retail units. The Earls Court Properties division includes properties held in ECPL, Lillie Square, the Empress State Building and a number of smaller properties in the Earls Court area. The Other division comprises of Innova, the discontinued activity of Venues and The Great Capital Partnership, other head office companies and investments, including the payment of internal rent. The company was founded on February 3, 2010 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Ian David Hawksworth
Postal Address
15 Grosvenor Street Greater London GB
Phone Number
44.20.3214.9150

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