Arch Company: bridging a gap between tenant and landlord

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Watching an adaption of Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit has reminded Adam Dakin that his line of work has not always been shown in the best light.

“The landlord in Bleeding Heart Yard isn’t painted very sympathetically,” says the managing director of The Arch Company, which owns the network of business premises under railway arches across London and elsewhere in the UK.

“And if you look through popular culture, literary history, Shakespeare, landlords generally don’t get a very good press. That is a