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CREATIVE PLACES OUR MISSION

ENABLING BUSINESS GROWTH AND POSITIVE CHANGE.

OUR STORY Established in Brixton in 2006, TCN UK started as a partnership between Richard Pearce, Toby Bidwell and an inspirational Dutch developer. Our ambition at the outset was to regenerate unloved buildings into vibrant communities through creativity, long term ownership and intensive management. In 2014 we said “tot ziens” to our Dutch partners, becoming privately owned in the UK, although they remain very much part of our heritage. Indeed we are proud that our original vision still remains at the heart of everything we do. 2

WHY ARE WE DIFFERENT? •

We own and operate – we control our environments to ensure they deliver the vision.

We take a long term view allowing us to do the right thing.

Our vision is carried out by people who live our culture.

We inject passion and soul into what we do.

Our Dutch ancestry runs through everything we deliver.


WE REGENERATE UNLOVED BUILDINGS, CREATE SURPRISING PLACES AND MANAGE VIBRANT COMMUNITIES. 10

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Express Park Temple Studios Temple 1852 Saw Mill Newark Works

6 Camden Mill 7 Dog House 8 Piano House 9 Assay Studios 10 Fuel Studios


THE PLACE MAKERS Truly great businesses need more than just great workspaces. They need great people too. Meet ours. Richard Pearce

Toby Bidwell

Founder & CEO

Founder & COO

Richard is responsible for overall vision, strategy and delivery. Since 1997 he has been acquiring and developing old buildings, including the revival of Carnaby Street in 2003 through to masterminding TCN's growing portfolio.

Toby has ultimate responsibility for the long term operations, a role which starts from acquisition. Having delivered all the TCN projects from day one, he is well experienced to bring even the biggest challenges to life.

Robert Hoadley Asset Management Director Robert is an asset management specialist with responsibility for the entire TCN portfolio. With 25 years experience in refurbishing and managing major commercial buildings he is well equipped to maximise potential and ensure our members have the experience they have come to love at TCN.

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Meet the rest of TCN's curious minds team: tcnuk.co.uk/the-team


A RARE BREED TRAMMELL (the most important dog in our world)

TCN STARTED LIFE IN 1994 AS TRAMMELL CROW NEDERLAND. TRAMMELL WORKED FOR TCN HIS ENTIRE LIFE, MAKING A PROFOUND IMPACT ON THE SPIRIT OF THE COMPANY AND THE CARPET. TRAMMELL WAS AN INTELLIGENT AND PLAYFUL JACK RUSSELL THAT EPITOMISED THE RELIABLE, SHARP-EYED AND SLIGHTLY MISCHIEVOUS NATURE OF THE COMPANY. HE WAS CENTRAL TO EVERY IMPORTANT OCCASION AND APPEARED FREQUENTLY IN THE PRESS. HIS SPIRIT LIVES ON.

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CASE STUDIES PIANO HOUSE LONDON

pianohousebrixton.co.uk A refurbished Victorian warehouse, transformed into spacious, open plan, lateral offices in the heart of Brixton. • • • •

Refurbished and let to 20 creative businesses Basement converted to restaurant and let to Soho House Group Ground floor amenities include doctors surgery, dentist and café 42,000 sq ft with 800 members

“ PIANO HOUSE IS

FAST BECOMING THE CENTRE OF INNOVATION AND CREATIVITY WITHIN LAMBETH.

Councillor Paul McGlone, Lambeth Councillor

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DOG HOUSE READING

doghousereading.co.uk A newly refurbished Grade II listed building, retrofitted to create an eclectic hub of creative minds and businesses. • • • •

Historic features with a playful twist to attract creative industries A grand central staircase with space for over 100 likeminded souls The bar (complete with honesty bar for those high five moments), showers and kitchen facilities Acquired in 2018, the 6,000 sq ft building boasts nothing like it in Reading!

“ DOG HOUSE IS A

HIDDEN GEM IN READING. WHAT'S SO IMPORTANT IS THE CREATIVE POTENTIAL THIS CLUSTER PROVIDES FOR BUSINESS' TO MAKE NEW LINKS WITH EACH OTHER AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OPPORTUNITIES TO COLLABORATE

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MP Ed Vaizey, Government Minister for the Creative Industries


CASE STUDIES ASSAY STUDIOS BIRMINGHAM assaystudios.co.uk This remodelled, former hallmarking office, offers Birmingham unique offices with history, original features and contemporary design. • • • • •

Refurbishment and letting to 30 small companies in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter Historic building in sensitive conservation area Planning achieved for the car park site for 32 residential units Working closely with Birmingham Planning Department to achieve a sensitive development for both the offices and residential parts 32,000 sq ft with 640 members.

“ TCN TOOK ON THIS HISTORICALLY

SENSITIVE BUILDING AND TURNED IT INTO BIRMINGHAM’S BEST CREATIVE OFFICE SCHEME. WE WORKED CLOSELY WITH THEM AND THEY CONTINUE TO DELIVER ON EVERYTHING THEY PROMISED

Roy Meredith, Economic Development Officer West Midlands

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TEMPLE CAMPUS BRISTOL

templestudiosbristol.co.uk, temple1852.co.uk Temple Campus brings together Temple Studios (an industrial building) and Temple 1852 (a historical Victorian building), both transformed to offer a blend of workspaces – trailblazing the very core of Bristol’s Enterprise Zone. •

Regeneration of vacant site (2.5 acres) with three derelict buildings

Temple Studios (1920s warehouse) and Temple 1852 (1850’s office building) let to 40 small companies with a mix of studios, offices and inspiring break out social spaces

Regeneration has benefited surrounding areas with artisan cafes, galleries and bars being attracted to the environment created

Engine Shed followed suit with a similar operation after completion of Temple Studios building the critical mass and energy in the area

48,000 sq ft with 900 members

“ WORKING HERE,

IT FEELS LIKE YOU’RE PART OF SOMETHING AND THE BUILDING HAS A COOL, INDUSTRIALCHIC VIBE.

Claire Young, Account Manager, Digirank

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FUEL STUDIOS NORWICH fuelstudios.co.uk Flexible, affordable space in the centre of Norwich’s Lanes district amongst other like-minded companies makes Fuel Studios the place for new generation businesses. •

Largely vacant 1980s office building in the heart of the trendy 'Lanes' area of Norwich

Repositioned from tired, unloved corporate building into creative campus

Close collaboration with Norwich Council and Norwich University of Arts to embed the campus in the community

78,000 sq ft with 300 members after growing

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600,000 SQ FT

REFURBISHED SINCE 2006

£110M

£7.5M RENTAL

PORTFOLIO INCOME PA VALUE

92% AVERAGE

MARKET LEADERS 20%

OCCUPANCY

85%

80% CREATIVES + INDEPENDENTS

RETENTION RATE POSITIVE FEEDBACK FLEX DESK 15%

90%

350+

COMPANIES WORKSPACE 85%

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8,000

DAILY USERS


SUPPORTING THE UNDERDOG SINCE 2006

tcnuk.co.uk +44 (0)203 958 5350 info@tcnuk.co.uk @tcnuk #FollowTrammell

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