As a leading disability access consultancy, we know how crucial inclusive design is for creating environments which are accessible to all. It’s why our mission statement guides everything we do. It ensures we strive to achieve inclusive designs and practices across all our work while championing best practice and accessibility standards, such as Design for the mind.
“Proudlock Associates helps ensure buildings and developments are accessible to all by providing clients, architects and building consultants with clear, practical advice and guidance on inclusive design.
With a wealth of experience in maximising the quality of inclusive environments through design and management, we use our expertise and personal experiences of disability to promote inclusion and challenge discriminatory practice.”
Founder of Proudlock Associates, Tracey is an active national voice for inclusion. She is confident and comfortable with public speaking and media appearances.
She is a member of the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (MCIPD) member, and Leeds University graduate.
Tracey supports organisations that have disability, diversity and inclusion agendas and contributes to media debates on the issues.
She is a trustee of the Research Institute for Disabled Consumers – the UK consumer champion for disabled and older people. Tracey is a member of Transport for London’s Independent Disability Advisory Group where she has a strategic role to evaluate and influence Transport for London policies, services and projects.
She is a former trustee of the Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus.
Between 2010-14, she was a member of Equality 2025, a high-level advisory group of disabled people offering ministers and senior government officials strategic advice.
Liam Proudlock joined Proudlock Associates in 2008, with extensive inclusive design experience and qualifications.
He has a BSc. (Hons) and an MSc Construction Management (Inclusive Environments), from the University of Reading.
Liam is a frequent contributor to national debates and consultations on standards and regulations. He has considerable experience in working with British Standards, Building Regulations, shared surfaces and heritage buildings.
He is a member of:
- Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE)
- Access Association
- National Register of Access Consultants (NRAC)
Liam has always worked in disability, including 15 years at the BBC, part of which as Access Manager. He reviewed BBC Property’s access standards. He gave inclusive design guidance for new-build developments such as White City (London), Salford Quays and Pacific Quays (Glasgow). Since then, he has continued to deliver inclusive design to the highest standards, using both his experience and new learning.