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School/Division:Law and Social Sciences / Urban, Environment and Leisure Studies
Lynn joined LSBU in 2002 with a background as a practitioner in housing, support and care management within the housing association sector, interim chief executive work plus consultancy within a private sector learning and development company. Since then Lynn has participated in a number of research programmes and consultancy in the field of housing and regeneration.
She has board experience of within a number of housing organisations and is currently chair of a London based housing association specialising in single homelessness.
She is also Joint Editor Housing Care and Support Journal at Emerald Publishers and an Editorial Board member of the journal Local Economy, SAGE.
Housing economics: a final year undergraduate and postgraduate module focused on the economics of housing, fiscal policy and enactment (including welfare reform) and the development of housing markets.
Policy development and evaluation: a second year undergraduate module incorporating two modules to ensure students understand the interaction between policy, research, strategy, implementation and evaluation, in relation to housing.
Undergraduate housing dissertation programme and supervision.
Vickery, L. & Jones, A. (2013) Rental profile in London: Zones 1&2 (for London Hostels Association)
Vickery, L. & Jones, A. (2012) Living in a Global City: Young People in London (for London Hostels Association)
Joseph, G., Perry, A., Watson, L., and Vickery, L. (2010) Mind the Step: An estimation of housing need among wheelchair users in England, Habinteg HA, London
Vickery, L. and Mole, V (2008) Shared Living in Supported Housing "" What works, Research and Best Practice Report for Carr Gomm and the Housing Corporation, Summary Report and Briefing Report, The Housing Corporation
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing