Town Centre Investment Management Event Invitation

Event Date: 1st November 2016

Event Time: 10am to 2pm (Lunch Will Be Provided)

Event Location: Lion Court, Staunton Harold Hall, Melbourne Road, Ashby De La Zouch, Leicestershire, LE65 1RT

(Free car Parking is available and location details can be found here.)

At The Mosaic Partnership, we have always believed that the relationship between people and place is absolutely crucial.

There have been many concepts and practices to help regenerate our places from the conventional investor led models to the newer customer led models. Town Centre Investment Management (TCIM) is emerging as an increasingly useful tool for shaping and re-energising town centres. The progression of TCIM over the last few years and the development of pilots in a number of locations around the UK provides an exciting foundation that gives the opportunity to those willing and bold enough to act as pioneers.

With our own ethos of ‘people transforming places’, we are hosting a complimentary seminar on the Town Centre Investment Management model and inviting you, a local influencer, shaper and stakeholder in place management, marketing and making, to join us in exploring this concept.

If you would like to bring a guest, please let us know as numbers are limited.

Keynote speakers include:

  • A leading private sector investor
  • A Chief Executive and Leader of a Local Authority with experience in this field
  • Place Management experts on the potential and practice of such models.

We will also be interested in hearing your responses and ideas you have for your towns.

Whilst places are free, they are also limited therefore we ask that you register for this event beforehand. You can do this online by clicking here.

Please RSVP before 21 October 2016.


“Town Centre Investment Management involves the pooling of a critical mass of property assets in an investment vehicle that allows the stock to be adapted, the mix of occupiers to be curated, the investment to be asset managed, and the destination to be more effectively marketed.”