Town centre management in the North West of England.

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Of Town and City Management (formerly Association of Town Centre Management) proposes the following as a broader, more holistic description of key elements or characteristics of a town centre: • A retailing centre that serves the needs of the local community; • File Size: 1MB.

Town centre management (TCM) has evolved considerably over the last 25 years in terms of both its purpose and methods. Whilst most reviews of TCM to date have focused on its development within the Anglo-Saxon world (typically North America and the United Kingdom), comparatively little attention has been given to other models of Town centre management in the North West of England.

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