Half year accounts and financial statements for the six months to 30 September 2020.

Due to COVID-19 the FCA has extended the date for the filing of the half year accounts and financial statements, as a result the Fund’s half year report to 30 September 2020 will be published and made available to shareholders on 30 December 2020


Why invest in TIME:Social Long Income?


Income security

Stable income comes from owning properties with longer leases, typically from 15 to 30 years. This security is achieved through long tenancies, the financial strength of tenants and/or Government or local authority support.


Income with inflation protection

The majority of rent reviews are either inflation linked or have a fixed uplift, rather than being subject to an open market negotiation. The majority of rent reviews are upwards only.


Track record in long income funds

The TIME group has a long track record in long income property and manages over £3 billion of UK long income property assets.



The under supply and increasing demand for social infrastructure has created a need for long-term capital from the private sector.


Consistent income

The fund currently seeks a consistent income by investing in social infrastructure.


Positive social impact

The fund allows investors to have a positive impact on society, while generating a long-term, attractive, risk-adjusted return.


TIME:Social Long Income has been launched to provide investors with consistent income while also creating a positive impact on society. The fund aims to deliver a consistent income with a level of inflation protection, by investing in a diversified portfolio of social infrastructure assets.

Due to population growth and demographic changes there is increasing demand for high quality social infrastructure. The ever-increasing funding restrictions within the sector further limit the supply of social infrastructure assets. We believe that private investment can offer a helping hand by investing in assets that provide a meaningful social benefit in return for long leases. The long lease lengths provide peace of mind for the tenants, helping them forecast future budgets and ensure ongoing support for those using these facilities, as well as also providing the fund with consistent income. Rents are typically linked to inflation providing consistency of income.

TIME:Social Long Income offers dealing in its shares on daily basis with distributions paid on a quarterly basis. The payment dates for the distributions will be the end of March, June, September and December.



TIME:Social Long Income at a glance

Supported living

Description: Accommodation and care for individuals who need support due to physical or learning disabilities


Typical lease: 15 to 30-year Fully Repairing and Insuring (FRI) to registered providers with inflation-linked rental uplifts

User demand: Adults from 18 to 65 who, due to their disability, require lifelong housing and support, currently living in inappropriate, over-priced accommodation

Target location: Residential environments within local communities

Assisted living

Description: Accommodation and support for the elderly

Typical lease: 15 to 30-year Fully Repairing and Insuring (FRI) to registered providers with inflation-linked rental uplifts

User demand: Adults aged over 65 who need a level of support. This is likely to increase over time, but they don’t need to be in a nursing home or care home environment

Target Location: Residential environments within local communities

Educational facilities

Description: Day-care nurseries, further-education facilities



Typical lease: 15 to 30-year Fully Repairing and Insuring (FRI) to registered providers with inflation-linked rental uplifts

User demand: Educational organisations providing high-quality learning environments. focused on facilities where both parents are working

Target audience: Sustainable local communities with suitable demographics


The Principles of Responsible Investment (PRI).


TIME Investments, as part of the Alpha Real Capital group is a signatory of The Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).

The PRI is an internationally recognised global network of asset managers, owners and service providers working together to put responsible investment into practice. The principles, which are voluntary and aspirational, aim to provide a framework for integrating environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) considerations into investment decision-making and ownership practices. For more information, click here.



Find out more

We recognise our solutions are not appropriate for all circumstances and it is important investors receive the right advice, which is why we recommend you seek independent financial advice before choosing to invest.

If you would like to find out more about TIME:Social Long Income please speak to your local Business Development Manager or contact us.


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Important information

The value of an investment in this product can fall as well as rise and investors might not get back the amount they originally put in. Neither past performance nor forecasts are reliable indicators of future results and should not be relied upon. The information on our website is not intended to constitute investment, tax or legal advice. We recommend you seek independent advice before investing in our products.

For full details of the risks associated with TIME:Social Long Income please read the product brochure, prospectus and application form.