Bristol Property Inclusion Charter

The Bristol Property Inclusion Charter is the first city-wide property inclusion charter in the UK

The charter is intended to be a vehicle to promote and drive diversity and inclusion in the Bristol property industry/sector and each signatory will strive to achieve seven objectives to facilitate this.

The charter was founded by Karl Brown who is a partner in the commercial property team in the Bristol office of Clarke Willmott. Karl is also a social mobility ambassador for the Law Society of England and Wales and was the first ever black President of Bristol business group the Bristol Junior Chamber.

The charter is supported by Bristol Community Land Trust and is sponsored by national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP.

The work of the charter will be supported by a new body, the Bristol Property Inclusion Commission and the Commission will be chaired by Karl Brown.

If your organisation would like to sign up to the charter, please email

“I founded the charter because I believe that the fantastic opportunities in the property industry in Bristol should be available to all persons regardless of their background and that the Bristol property industry will be enhanced and enriched by such diversity.”

Karl Brown, Partner, Clarke Willmott

UWE, Bristol;

Bristol and Bath Regional Capital CIC;

Nash Partnership;

United Communities;

Autograph Homes;

Savills – Bristol office;

YTL Land Property UK – Bristol office;

Turner and Townsend – Bristol office;

Sanderson Weatherall – Bristol office;

First Base;


Campbell Reith – Bristol office;


Constructing Excellence Bristol Club;

The Architecture Centre;



The PG Group;

MDA Consulting Ltd;

Proud to Build;

Willmott Dixon;

Places For People – Bristol office;

Bristol City Council;

Lambert Smith Hampton;


Bouygues UK;


Urban Creation Ltd;

Hoare Lea;

Cushman & Wakefield – Bristol office; and

Holps Morgan.