Lynne is a freelance sustainability consultant with a track record of delivery over 25 years, working mainly in the built environment sector.
She combines her technical knowledge of sustainability with the ability to apply it in a way that delivers long term improved sustainability performance that benefits organisations and their projects. A Fellow of IEMA, Chartered Environmentalist and member of IEMA’s Strategic Advisory Council, she works across disciplines, and has led high performing teams at local, national and global levels. She was appointed to the 2012 Olympic Village Environmental Review Panel, amongst other key projects.
Clients have included developers, local authorities, national infrastructure owners and operators, and government bodies. She is a specialist in collaborative design processes, enabling people from different sectors and backgrounds to work together to produce quality sustainable outcomes. She has worked on a number of Government demonstration projects for community focused collaborative design– the Callander Charrette for the Scottish Sustainable Communities Initiative, and the Liskeard Charrette supported by MHCLG.
She applies her expertise in three ways:
- using a systems approach to help organisations improve their decision-making processes so they produce sustainable outcomes in line with corporate objectives;
- supporting teams to integrate sustainability into their projects, and
- providing direct advice on schemes to design teams and approvals bodies.
Lynne is currently the Chair of the Design Quality Initiative for the UK Construction Industry Council.