I just spotted in the Investor's Chronicle:- Warehouse REIT (WHR) - a buy recommendation - for growth & income.
While Warehouse REIT (WHR) only floated on the Alternative Investment Market (Aim) in September, it spent four years prior to that building up a £109m portfolio in one of the most exciting parts of the UK property market. The portfolio consists of small distribution warehouses in urban areas for last-mile deliveries, which are in increasing demand as e-commerce delivery times shorten. For investors familiar with the popular big-box property theme, think small box instead. Indeed, all but four of Warehouse REIT's properties measure less than 100,000 sq ft. Once fully invested it is targeting a 5.5 per cent fully covered dividend yield, rising to 6 per cent, paid quarterly. The goal is for total annual investment returns of 10 per cent.
https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/ti ... nd-income/
Further limited information here:
http://citywire.co.uk/money/investment- ... undID=4025
http://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-searc ... e-reit-ord
Oops, Ive just discovered that Woodford bought some last month, so perhaps I'd avoid this one!!
http://citywire.co.uk/money/woodford-bu ... n/a1061232