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VHP third quarter distribution

9 May 2014

VHP third quarter distribution

The Board of Vital Healthcare Management Limited, the manager of Vital Healthcare Property Trust (the ‘Trust’), today announced a third quarter cash distribution to unitholders for the 2014 financial year of 1.975 cents per unit. An Appendix 7 notification for the distribution is attached to this release.

The Trust’s distribution for the third quarter, being the period from 1 January to 31 March 2014 of 1.975 cents per unit is made up of: _ fully imputed distribution of 0.8640 cents per unit with imputation credits of 0.2419 attached; and _ an excluded distribution of 1.3529 cents per unit.

The record date for the distribution will be Thursday 12 June 2014, and the payment date will be Thursday 26 June 2014.

The Distribution Reinvestment Plan (‘DRP’) will continue to apply to this distribution. Pricing for the units to be issued under the DRP will be determined by reference to the weighted average price of units sold through NZSX during the period of seven calendar days commencing on the ex date for the distribution. A discount of 1% from the resulting figure will be applied in the calculation of the issue price of units allotted to those participating in the DRP.

Unitholders who wish to elect to participate in the DRP, or have previously completed an Election Notice in order to participate and who would like to amend their instructions, have the ability to do so prior to the record date of 12 June 2014. Completed Election Notices can be sent to the Trust’s registrar – Computershare Investor Services Limited – prior to 5pm on Thursday 12 June 2014.

Full release with financial position breakdown: 09_05_14__Mar14_qtr_distribution.pdf

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