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TIM HEATLEY
TIM HEATLEY

Thu, 27 Apr

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University Academy 92

TIM HEATLEY

Property Developer & Co-founder of Capital & Centric. ‘Building a Business with Social Impact’ Tim is the founder of social impact developer Capital & Centric. He started out renovating a derelict house in his hometown of Salford and he now invests over £3m a week on regeneration projects.

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Time & Location

27 Apr 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

University Academy 92, Brian Statham Way, Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester M16 0PU, UK

About the event

Tim Heatley is a social impact developer, investor and operator based in Manchester.

Tim trained as a lawyer but left a career in law behind to found social impact developer Capital & Centric. He started out renovating a derelict house in his hometown of Salford and he now invests over £3m a week on regeneration projects with a positive social impact.

He is the founder of Regeneration Brainery, a national academy aimed at broadening diversity and inclusivity in property. Each year it mentors over 1000 young adults throughout the UK. Tim is also the Chair and co-founder of the Greater Manchester Mayors Charity which has raised over £3m in the past 3 years alone. He is co-founder of the Embassy Village charity project in Castlefield creating 40 homes for people experiencing homelessness.

Tim featured on BBC2’s ‘Manctopia’ documentary about the property boom and his work on homelessness, and is currently filming a new show for Channel 4 called ‘Big Interiors Battle’.

Come along, be inspired, catch up & re-focus on your business connections.

‘Building a Business with Social Impact’

Tim will be speaking alongside Sara Prowse, CEO Of University Academy 92 (UA92).

Both Sara & Tim live locally in Manchester and are keen to encourage young people from disadvantaged backgrounds into the workplace, both through accessible higher education at UA92 and involvement with industry specific projects that they’re developing in our city.

Places cost £25+VAT per person to include a breakfast roll or yogurt & granola pot served with tea & coffee.

Places are limited and will close on Friday 21st April or when places sell out. 

Please email amanda.manson@k-club.co.uk with any special dietary requirements by Friday 21st April.

Tickets

  • TIM HEATLEY

    ‘Building a Business with Social Impact’

    £25.00

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