This includes nearly 500 practitioners and partnerships. The members develop and implement shared visions, strategies and action plans for hundreds of district, town and city centres.
As the new Chair of London, Matthew Sims will work closely with the ATCM in advocating on specific policy issues affecting the capital and its vast business community. Working side by side with the Board of Directors and ATCM Chief Executive Ojay McDonald, Matthew Sims will provide support on the current and future strategic aims and objectives while working with key stakeholders including the Greater London Authority.
ATCM’s membership is diverse, consisting of a mix of publicly funded town centre managers, BIDs, Community Interest Companies, Town Teams, town centre businesses, universities and more. They span across the private, public and voluntary sectors and, as a collective, do not have a sector specific agenda. Instead they are focused on the promotion of healthy places for the benefit of all stakeholders.
For further details, please visit the Association of Town and City Management (ATCM).