Our Partners

Spatia is a successful Bristol-based property developer keen to make a positive impact in it’s home city.  By working closely with LandAid, DHI, Willmott Dixon and the other partners in this project, Spatia is utilising it’s development experience and supply chain to create a new model for the provision of accommodation for young homeless people at East Street Mews.


Developing Health and IndependenceDeveloping Health & Independence (DHI) is a local charity that runs innovative services to help thousands of disadvantaged people and those living on the margins of society to turn their lives around.  DHI’s social settings agency, Home Turf Lettings, links landlords with adults and young people in need to create successful tenancies.  DHI is central to the East Street Mews project and will manage the apartments and support its residents.



LandAidLandAid is the property industry charity, working to end youth homelessness in the UK.  It brings together businesses and individuals from across the property industry to support charities delivering life-changing services for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness in the future. They do this by awarding grants and brokering free property advice for charities in the UK who are working to tackle youth homelessness.


Willmott DixonWillmott Dixon is a family-owned construction company which believes passionately in community investment and sustainability.   Willmott Dixon’s Bristol office is providing both the construction skills and manpower to create the new apartments at East Street Mews.



Our Supporting partners


Bristol City Council is providing the dilapidated property in central Bristol which will become East Street

1625 Independent People is a charity that supports young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, they are a well established Bristol charity and we are working with them and their service users throughout the development of East Street Mews.




The Bush Consultancy are a local architectural consultancy providing design and space planning services for East Street Mews.
JLL‘s Bristol office is delivering project management and construction programming consultancy for East Street Mews.


Spirit Public Relations is a well-established and trusted Bristol-based PR consultancy, promoting the benefits and opportunities of East Street Mews to the public and media.
Creation Design is a local graphic design and marketing consultancy creating the website, marketing materials and branding for East Street Mews.



GVA‘s Bristol-based planning team lead and coordinated both the planning consultation and planning application required to make East Street Mews a reality.

Hydrock‘s Bristol office is providing structural engineering and building performance advice on the East Street Mews Project.



Cook Brown Building Control are delivering Building Regulations Approved Inspector services at East Street Mews.
Carbon Consult is a local sustainability specialist who is performing vital environmental services in the planning and design stage of the project.



TFT’s Bristol team is advising us on neighbourly matters during design and planning.
Currie Brown‘s Bristol team are providing cost management services to support the restoration of East Street Mews. 



Simmons & Simmons’ Bristol office are providing a range of legal support and advice on the East Street Mews project. 

Allium’s Bristol team have completed asbestos surveying at East Street Mews which is vital in making the building safe for the team to begin it’s refurbishment.

Lancer Scott, a Bristol based construction company, have offered their skills and support through the construction phase of East Street Mews & have been instrumental in early work onsite.
Solum Surveying have carried out extensive CCTV surveying of the drainage systems at East Street Mews free of charge.



Paul Groom Photography has been working with Creation to document the progress of East Street Mews from the starting point through to completion.
All Signs & Design have provided printing services including the building banner and boards communicating plans at the Public Consultation.



Mark Foster is an experienced writer and wordsmith who has provided copywriting support during the creation of East Street Mews marketing materials.
ETM Recycling are a family-run Bristol business who have volunteered to provide us with skips and to assist with removing construction waste from site.


The Bristol team of Gleeds the property and construction consultancy has been working on a pro bono basis as part of the design team at East Street Mews.
  Abacus Waste, a Bristol business of over 30 years have supported the project by providing free removal of 10 tonnes of waste from the property during site clearance.  

Cabot Industrial Doors repaired the existing roller shutters to make the site secure and assist with easy access for the duration of the renovation.  
Avon Combined Electrical Services (ACES) a well-established local electrical contractor, have assisted in the pre-construction works at East Street Mews.  





The transformation of East Street Mews would not be possible without the time, investment and expertise of everyone working together to make our vision a reality.  We have more partners joining us over the coming months but still need your help!

What can you do to get involved and really make a difference to young people locally?