Lynne has extensive experience in land and property research and referencing, working with both the public and private sectors on statutory processes for infrastructure and regeneration projects, new developments and road schemes throughout the UK. Regularly organising site visits, team meetings and communicating with team members, Lynne ensures that all her projects reach satisfactory and timely conclusions.

Currently, Lynne is working on various regeneration projects and:

  • project managing all aspects of land referencing and land research on a wide variety of compulsory purchase regeneration and infrastructure projects;
  • researching at HM Land Registry to identify all interests for inclusion in the statutory process for compulsory acquisition of land;
  • verifying information received and preparing statutory documentation, Books of Reference and schedules as prescribed under the Compulsory Purchase of Land Regulations 2004 and other relevant Acts such as Town and Country Planning Act 1990, Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976 and The Acquisition of Land Act 1981.


  1. Whitgift Centre, Croydon - Comprehensive land referencing for complex redevelopment of shopping centre by Westfield/ Hammerson for London Borough of Croydon; resulting in Compulsory Purchase Order and subsequent vesting of the land.
  2. Brentford Waterside, Brentford – Comprehensive and extensive land referencing of large complex site for Compulsory Purchase Order and subsequent vesting on behalf of London Borough of Hounslow/ Ballymore Group. The Brentford Waterside Project has opened out the water’s edge to create a new town centre with apartments, restaurants and recreational space beside the water.
  3. West Bar, Sheffield – Land Referencing for Compulsory Purchase Order and vesting of land for redevelopment by Urbo (West Bar) Limited on behalf of The Sheffield City Council. The scheme is a £300m mixed-use regeneration scheme across seven acres of land.
  4. Tangmere, Chichester – Land referencing for Compulsory Purchase Order for development to provide 1,000 homes, community facilities and open space on behalf of Countryside Properties/ Chichester District Council.
  5. High Path (Phases 2 and 3) and Eastfields (Phase 1) – Complex land referencing for Compulsory Purchase Orders for housing regeneration schemes on behalf of Clarion and the London Borough of Merton.