Recorded on Thursday 2 May. Roger Skeldon, Co-Fund Manager and Henny Dovland, Senior Business Development Manager at TIME take a closer look into the defensive investment approach of the fund, the investment case and the assets that sit within the portfolio.

TIME:Social Long Income invests in social infrastructure assets, including medical centres, supported living accommodation and day nurseries, targeting an attractive annual return and long term capital growth prospects.

Due to population growth and demographic changes, there is an increasing demand for high-quality social infrastructure. Alongside ever-increasing funding restrictions within the sector, this has further limited 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.



Posted: 02/05/2019 Categories: Income, News, TIME:Commercial Long Income, TIME:Social Long Income

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