JSE specialist shopping centre REIT, Hyprop, will continue to invest in ongoing organic growth through further development of its local centres in order to capitalise on global retail and consumer trends.

Continuing its trend of sustainable distribution growth, Hyprop Investments Limited today announced interim distribution of 231 cents per unit for the six months to December 2013, up 9,5% on the corresponding period in 2012. 

Friday, 15 July 2011 02:00

Prinsloo back at the Hyprop helm

The reappointed CEO of JSE-listed Hyprop, Pieter Prinsloo, has been asked to steer a mamoth R20bn retail-focused property fund.

Blue-chip listed property loan stock company Hyprop Investments on Tuesday reported an 18,2% surge in distributions to 130c for the six months to June.

An 11,7% increase in net income from its shopping centres helped Hyprop Investments deliver another set of strong interim results for the six months to June 2007

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