Tradehold functions primarily through its wholly-owned subsidiaries in in the United Kingdom and in South Africa, with the major part of its gross assets now located in the latter. It owns, in addition, also in number of properties in certain countries in Africa outside South Africa. These subsidiaries are:
In South Africa
Collins Group (100% ownership) Acquired towards the end of the 2017 financial year, it owns a portfolio of more than 140 properties with a total gross lettable area (GLA) of 1.6 million square metres. Of these properties, 91% are industrial buildings, with among them a number of major state-of-the-art distribution centres and industrial complexes let on long-term triple-net leases to leading corporate clients. Collins also manages Tradehold’s Namibian portfolio consisting of a number of sought-after properties in that country’s main towns such as Windhoek, Walvis Bay and Gobabis.
In United Kingdom
Moorgarth Group (100% ownership) The main focus of its portfolio is four successful shopping complexes – in Bolton in Greater Manchester, in Reading, Edinburgh and Birmingham, all centrally located in densely populated areas offering high levels of passing trade. It also owns a number of Central London office buildings that are leased to The Boutique Workplace Company (see below).
The Boutique Workplace Company (TBWC) (90% ownership) The company offers serviced office accommodation in close to 30 sites in Central London. These together provide close to 4 000 working stations and ancillary services.