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Ethical Property’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) is about making change happen together.

Ethical Property's Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Tuesday 24th September in 2024 in London.

Details will be sent to all investors on or before 30th August.

Ethical Property is a place where investing makes an impact

Our investors are forward-thinking people who want to see their investment grow while supporting our work to create a more inclusive society, tackle climate change and build a more sustainable economy.

We’re a business with a track record of profitable growth, a strong asset base and an ambitious strategy for future growth and impact, driven by an experienced board and senior management team. Since our launch in 1998, investment from more than 1,300 shareholders has enabled us to build a property portfolio from Brighton to Edinburgh.

In the coming years we will focus on improving shareholder liquidity, increasing the trading price of shares, increasing dividends and delivering more demonstrable impact. We will be launching regular share offers for additional capital to fund further social change.

Why should I invest in The Ethical Property Company?

First and foremost, our existence supports hundreds of organisations working towards a variety of fantastically worthwhile causes.  In turn, our shareholders benefit from the payment of an annual dividend, an attractive investment in commercial property and the fact that they are making a single investment that supports our tenant organisations for the long term rather than a single investment supporting just one organisation. There is no majority shareholder and only 36 investors hold more than 50,000 shares, representing 60% of the Company.

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Investor FAQs
Why are Company shares not publically listed?

The Ethical Property Company is a small company by all measures, and being quoted on a public stock exchange would cost an enormous amount of money. We are committed to keeping this option under review, and if at any point in the future we think the benefits outweigh the costs, we will bring a proposal to the shareholders at the AGM.

I am a shareholder and would like to receive newsletters and updates via email - how do I sign-up?

We try encourage all shareholders to supply us with an email address, via which we can send all communications, unless we are legally obliged to provide paper copies. If you are a shareholder and would like to receive emails from us in future, please help us save money and resources by filling in your details here.

How often is the Company’s property portfolio valued?

Valued by Savills every three years, reviewed annually by the Directors.

How does the company communicate with investors once they have purchased shares?

Each new shareholder is required to provide us with an email address when they purchase shares. Annual Reports and shareholder information is then sent to this address, unless we are legally required to send hard copies.  We also invite all shareholders to attend our AGM, held in March each year.