Disability and inclusive design consulting

Tracey Proudlock on August 20, 2021

The Tokyo Paralympics – what legacy will it leave?

“Going for jobs in the past, there would always be parts of a role or the building that had barriers – but when I was a Games Maker, it was the first time in my life I had access to all areas! Nowhere on the Olympic Park was out of...
Tracey Proudlock on August 15, 2021

Less talk, more action: what’s really needed to transform disabled people’s everyday lives

The pandemic has been called a great leveller as it has supposedly affected everyone equally. But that just isn’t the case. Research highlights that during the pandemic: 71% of disabled people have had their work impacted 40% of disabled employees were either furloughed or had their hours reduced, compared with...
Tracey Proudlock on July 20, 2021

A summer of sport, but not for disabled people

Wimbledon, the Euros, Silverstone, the Olympics, Tour de France – we have definitely been spoilt for choice this year with sport, especially after so many events were postponed or cancelled last year.  Inevitably, this means there will be a surge of people wanting to get out there and give it...
Tracey Proudlock on May 26, 2020

`Will the ongoing pandemic crisis make you forget to build an inclusive world?’, asks Kirsten Galea, Architect & Access Consultant Trainee

I’m sure that like me you have come across a few articles about what the post-Covid world will look like or what changes we will see.  So many people are trying to imagine how the world will change and how they can contribute to building this new world.  The construction...
Tracey Proudlock on April 20, 2020

Let’s make physical activity fit for all

The power of physical activity to create and unite communities is showing itself online, right now. Gyms and leisure centres are closed, most of us in are in lockdown and ‘The Body Coach’ Joe Wicks is the rising star. He is broadcasting P.E Lessons every weekday morning on YouTube for schoolchildren...
Tracey Proudlock on March 30, 2020

Changing Places win Budget backing: a reason to smile

Kirsten Galea, architect and training access consultant with Proudlock Associates, shares some great news for inclusion that you might have missed. Here’s some good inclusion news for you: the government has promised a £30 million Changing Places Fund. Amid the doom and gloom of the Covid-19 pandemic, this is definitely...
Tracey Proudlock on September 9, 2019

ITF Wheelchair Tennis

“It’s Only A Crazy Dream Until You Do It” – Serena Williams As an inclusion consultant, I am lucky to be working with international architects at places such as Battersea Power Station, Microsoft London, Schroders and Transport for London. In these busy times, with multiple means of communication, it is...
Tracey Proudlock on June 11, 2019

New London Architects Awards

Innovative customers up for New London Awards Voting is open to choose London’s most innovative architectural and building projects in the New London Architecture (NLA) Awards. Proudlock Associates are delighted to see our clients shortlisted across several categories. Continue Reading New London Architects Awards...