HML Holdings Plc (HMLH) Ordinary 1.5p
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19 February 2019 08:26
(Sharecast News) - Property management service HML Holdings has acquired Blackheath-based outfit Residential Block Management Services in a deal worth as much as £844,000.
30 November 2018 13:03
(Sharecast News) - HML Holdings has bought Pimlico-based property management business Dauntons Soar for up to £669,000.
30 April 2018 15:08
(Sharecast News) - Property management, insurance and ancillary services provider HML Holdings announced on Monday that it anticipated being able to report trading in line with market expectations for the 12...
26 April 2017 11:21
(ShareCast News) - Property management, insurance and ancillary services provider HML Holdings announced an update on trading for the 12 months to 31 March on Wednesday, ahead of the expected release of its...
3 April 2017 09:34
(ShareCast News) - AIM-listed property manager HML Holdings has completed the acquisition of Holborn-based Faraday Property Management for up to £2.7m.
29 March 2017 09:56
(ShareCast News) - HML Holdings, a provider of property management and insurance services, is to buy Faraday Property Management, a Holborn-based property manager, for up to £2.7m.
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