5 Replies to “Apparently….”

  1. ‘Curiouser and curiouser!’ cried Alice (she was so surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English); `Now I’m opening out like the largest telescope that ever was! Good-bye, feet!’ (for when she looked down at her feet, they seemed to be almost out of sight, they were getting so far off).

  2. Shorterer and shorterer!’ cried Adrian (he was so surprised, that for the moment he just began making up words); HTHAS blogs trying to prove that less really is more.

    Time and Space says it is ” a creative consultancy focused on venture capital opportunities.” So it doesn’t do anything, it raises money for others.

    XYZ in manchester is 20,000 sq ft.. HTH co working space has been calculated as 335 sq m = 3,606 sq ft.

    The custard factory has over 500 tenants.

    Wimbledon Studios is 220,000 sq ft. “The freehold was purchased for £4.75m having been valued at nearly three times as much only weeks earlier. ” So Piers should be able to help out with the economic viability assessment.

    “THE TIME + SPACE CO. IS A CATALYST FOR GROWTH” again a catalyst doesn’t do anything, it is just there.

    HTH seems too small for them to bother with. HTH is supposed to be an Arts Centre not a commercial venture with hundreds of tenants.

  3. This does not inspire confidence in me as to their cultural credentials.
    They seem to be a go between company enabling owners of proerty to make massive profits. Not an investor in any cultural development.
    What exactly will they do?
    I notice their Projects link is not available to check out by mere plebs like me – doubt i would ever get a password to this section.

  4. Wake me up before I go gaga!!! cried Huren rising from the most horrendous nightmare …but no, I am not dreaming, they really are going to give over the running of our town hall to this bunch of jargon belching jesters. Time for bed (again) said Zebedee.

  5. ‘I smell money and marketing’, said the Mad Hatter. ‘All the cakes have been stolen and sent to the custard factory’.

    Poor Alice – it looks like she’s stuck down the rabbit hole and will never find home again.

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