When does British Land pay dividends?
When will the next dividend be paid?
How are British Land dividends paid?
What is the Scrip Dividend Scheme?
British Land is a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) – what does this mean in terms of dividends and tax?
How can I calculate the dividends that have been paid to me?
Can I view my British Land shareholding online?
How do I find out how my dividends have been taxed?
Who should I contact if I have questions relating to my British Land dividends?

If you receive unsolicited communications from someone suggesting they are acting for British Land or our registrars, before taking any action, please check their details with our registrars, the Financial Services Authority or British Land, as they may be attempting to defraud you. See the shareholder information section for more detail.

Dividends direct to your bank

Would you like to have your dividends paid directly into your bank or building society account?

The advantages of having dividends paid this way are:

  • more secure than cheques by post
  • cleared funds are available to you on the dividend payment date
  • no need to pay in each cheque
  • avoids the inconvenience of lost, stolen or out-of-date cheques.

To take advantage of this popular and convenient method of payment, shareholders with bank accounts in the United Kingdom should download a PDF of the mandate form (0.02MB). You will need to complete the form and return it to our registrars, Equiniti, at:

Aspect House
Spencer Road
West Sussex
BN99 6DA.

For more information you can also visit www.shareview.co.uk.

Overseas payment of dividends

Shareholders whose registered address is outside the United Kingdom may be interested in a payment service that could save them time and money by arranging for their UK dividends to be automatically converted into their local currency and credited directly to their local bank account.

Our registrar, Equiniti, can, with your consent, make future dividend payments on your shares via their Overseas Payment Service (by arrangement with Citibank Europe PLC), providing you with:

  • Faster access to your dividends: payments normally credited to your account as cleared funds just days after the dividend payment date – no waiting for sterling cheques to arrive by mail.
  • Increased security: reduced risk of non-delivery of your dividend by mail and the possibility of fraud by crediting your account direct.
  • Very competitive fees: costs generally lower than those incurred when encashing sterling cheques overseas, including a highly competitive exchange rate.

The cost of using the Service is related to the value of each dividend payment. Details of current charges and a full list of countries that the Overseas Payment Service operates in (including the latest terms and conditions and application forms) can be accessed from our registrars

Aspect House
Spencer Road
West Sussex
BN99 6DA
United Kingdom.
International Helpline: +44 121 415 7047