Lynne is Director of City Access at the Greater Cambridge Partnership, the organisation set up to deliver the Greater Cambridge City Deal.  Her role focuses on reducing congestion to support economic growth. By background she is a spatial economist and local growth policy specialist, and a Chartered Town Planner.  Her specialism is at the interface between economic, transport and spatial policy: understanding what drives economic growth and economic disparities.

She has recently joined the GCP from the civil service, with roles including Director of Policy in the Cities and Local Growth Unit and Deputy Director for Industrial Strategy. 

Prior to her public sector experience, she spent 18 years as a consultant in Arup’s Integrated City Planning team in London and was also a Deputy Director of the What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth

Lynne will speak as part of The Cambridge Story: Partnership, Participation, Innovation session on Thursday 22 June.

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