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The Ethical Property Company

Who benefits?

The Ethical Property Company supports charities, social enterprises, voluntary and campaign groups by providing them with affordable serviced offices on flexible terms alongside other like-minded individuals and organisations.

African Initiatives - Brunswick Court, Bristol

African Initiatives is a social justice organisation. They work to see a world where everyone has their voice heard and is able to challenge injustice. With partners in Africa we empower communities to demand and exercise their rights. Issues include women's rights, girls' education, sustainable livelihoods, natural resource management and land rights. Their UK education programmes are dedicated to raising awareness, challenging injustice and promoting positive images of the developing world. They have a range of projects, publications, events, workshops and training opportunities available for schools and the wider community.

For a small organisation, being part of a vibrant third sector community such as Brunswick Court is invaluable. African Initiatives can now share ideas - sometimes even projects and partners - with like-minded organisations. It allows their work and approach to be coherent and it means that that their work has wider and greater impact.

For more information visit or follow them on twitter @AIGlobal.

Ecosystems Knowledge Network

The Ecosystems Knowledge Network is a UK-wide charity and social enterprise that connects the innovative local initiatives that are seeking to make more of what nature does for society. These are the schemes that look after areas of land and water in ways that address societal goals such as improving health, securing sustainable economic development and reducing flood risk. They aim to engage organisations and professions not yet involved in these local initiatives.

To achieve this, they run workshops, training days and webinars, as well as a popular website with a wealth of links to tools, guides and examples of good practice.

The Old Music Hall is the perfect place for an organisation like ours to grow. We have the chance to increase our office space in accordance with our needs. There are great opportunities for networking with like-minded organisations. It is in a vibrant part of Oxford that is only a 5 minute bus or bike ride from the city centre.

You can find out more about us by visiting

Bristol Drugs Project

Bristol Drugs Project is a local charity providing free and confidential information, advice and services to people seeking support and treatment for alcohol and drug problems; as well as for other professionals working with problematic alcohol and drug users. They work to reduce harm, promote change, challenge prejudice and maximise people's potential. As the first point-of-contact for the Bristol-wide Recovery Orientated Alcohol & Drugs Service (ROADS), they help people to identify their most appropriate treatment options.

Brunswick Court’s central Bristol location and easy access makes it an ideal place to run our recovery programmes and a range of support groups. Access to meeting rooms; proximity to fellow Brunswick Court tenant and ROADS partner DHI Bristol; and location opposite our Advice & Information Centre on Brunswick Square, all help our organisation to work more effectively.

For more information visit or follow @bdpROADS

Sheena Amos Trust

The Sheena Amos Trust (SAYiT) is a charity that works with vulnerable and marginalised young people between the ages of 12 to 25.Young People’s (YP) sexual health and emotional well-being are the primary concern of the charity. Support and social opportunities take place with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people (LGBT), and those who are affected by HIV. The charity is committed to breaking down prejudice that LGBT young people and their communities face.

The projects that SAYiT run vary, with the emphasis being on fun and education through participation. Participation in the activities gives the young people the time and opportunity to develop self-worth and to build friendships with other YP.

Scotia works allows such opportunities to be realised. The environment allows networking possibilities with other organisations that use the building. The large atrium is perfect for holding parties or multi-agency events. The meeting rooms are ‘roomy’ modern and perfect for the projects we run.

For more information please call 0114 2412728 or visit


Since 1999, Update have been dedicated to providing up-to-the-minute information designed to improve the lives of disabled people across Scotland. Update share info on disability when people need it, in the way they want it. The service is open to all, including people with disabilities, their families, friends and carers and also professionals working in the field of disability. Information and advice is provided via a telephone helpline, text and email, the unique online Scottish Disability Directory and a wide range of online resources, including downloadable factsheets on a range of topics.

Thorn House’s excellent meeting room facilities and central location enables us to easily arrange external meetings as well as being able to network with a wide range of like-minded organisations within the premises.

For more info visit or follow us @UPDATE_Scotland.

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