Who owns the Tavistock Institute? The Tavistock Association
The Tavistock Institute Association is the formal owner of the Institute.
Where is Tavistock Institute located? It was initiated in 1946, when it developed from the Tavistock Clinic, and was formally established as a separate entity in September 1947. The journal Human Relations is published on behalf of the Tavistock Institute by Sage Publications. The institute is located in Gee Street in Clerkenwell, London.
Who started Tavistock? The founding
The Tavistock Clinic saw its first patient, a child, on 27 September in 1920. Its name was taken from its original location at 51 Tavistock Square. The Clinic was established by Hugh Crichton-Miller, with contributions and pledges from wealthy donors and started off with seven doctors.
Why is Tavistock famous? The beautiful town of Tavistock is a key part of the West Devon and East Cornwall UNESCO World Heritage Site. The stannary town was a hub for Devon’s tin trade and is is famous for its pannier market, which draws tourists from up and down the country.