Source - SMW
Wynnstay has reported that property income for the half-year to 29th September increased over the same period last year to £1,116,000 (2016 - £962,000).

The Company said this reflects the lettings of units at Aylesford and Liphook and uplifts on contractual rent reviews at Lichfield and Surbiton.

Income after tax came in at £581,000, compared to £423k last time.

The Company said that this was primarily due to profit arising on the sale of our Gosport and Colchester properties.

The net asset value per share increased by 15.9%.

The Board has decided to pay an increased interim dividend of 6.5p per share 2016 - 5.5p) on 15th December 2017 to Shareholders on the register on 17th November 2017.

At 1:55pm: (LON:WSP) Wynnstay Properties PLC share price was 0p at 570p

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