Disability and inclusive design consulting

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...
Tracey Proudlock on February 20, 2019

Inclusive Design and Co-production – Hammersmith and Fulham Town Hall

Proudlock Associates is delighted to announce that our inclusive design work restoring Hammersmith and Fulham’s Grade 2 listed town hall, its new Town Square and four new surrounding buildings has been approved at planning committee. Continue Reading Inclusive Design and Co-production – Hammersmith and Fulham Town Hall...
Tracey Proudlock on December 1, 2017

Architects step up to Accessibility Challenge

Proudlock Associates joined up with award-winning global architectural practice, Sheppard Robson, to gain first-hand insight into the challenges faced by disabled people when navigating the built environment. Continue Reading Architects step up to Accessibility Challenge...
Tracey Proudlock on July 21, 2017

Let’s end the ‘oh, do I HAVE to?’ view of inclusive design

Was saving a few pounds more important than protecting the residents of Grenfell Tower? Who knows what the public inquiry will decide. Use of the cheapest cladding on the block has shocked many but sadly we were not surprised by it. That’s because ‘Oh no, do I HAVE to do...
Tracey Proudlock on July 2, 2017

Wimbledon wheelchair tennis: ready for the two bounce drama?

Wimbledon arrives and I feel like the cat that got the cream. Centre court tickets to see the action live! No Henman Hill or TV highlights for me. I love tennis, as a spectator and a wheelchair competitor. Like the rest of the nation, I’m gripped by Wimbledon fever, and...
Tracey Proudlock on April 13, 2017

Crossing the Road

Our environment should be safe and inclusive, for everyone. Anyone responsible for roadworks, or doing them, has a duty to think about the needs of disabled people and older people when they plan and carry out the work. Failure to do so is discriminatory. Continue Reading Crossing the...