Revolutionising the UK's film, broadcast and creative industries

The Creative District Improvement Co

Urban regeneration trailblazers The Creative District Improvement Company (TCDIC) formed to address the UK’s 2.5m sq. ft deficit in studio space, despite the creative industries contributing 11% of UK GDP, with an estimated worth of £111.7bn.


Borkowski established TCDIC’s credentials as a huge contributor to the UK’s creative landscape and a vital catalyst in the continued flourishing of the UK’s Netflix-inspired film and television boom with the announcement of two major studio spaces in Twickenham and Ashford and particular focus on the historic scale of each investment and their potential impact both on the film and television industry, and on their wider local communities.

This combination of factors, as well as a formidable thought leadership platform for TCDIC founders Piers Read and Jeremy Rainbird, created a major national story in both arts news and the film and broadcast trade media.

Impact Highlights

London tycoons Piers Read and Jeremy Rainbird in £500m film studios venture


Inbetweeners producer secures £500m funding for Twickenham studios


UK tycoons buy Twickenham Studios as they launch £500m film venture


New $292 Million Film & TV Studios to Be Built in Ashford, South-East England


UK Firm Invests $64M in Expanding Twickenham Studios

Initial press launch led with Evening Standard exclusive, highlights included CityAM & Telegraph front page of Business section
pieces of coverage
Campaign highlights: Daily Mail, Variety, Deadline, Hollywood Reporter & Radio Times
Headline piece and site visit from Sky News

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