Lynne ROY BA (Hons) MSC MCIFA FSA Scot

Project Manger (Consultancy)

Lynne RoyLynne was a full time member of AOC Archaeology from 2004-2011, rising to team manager, during which time she has been responsible for the undertaking and management of the Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Impact assessments, desk-based assessments and heritage audits throughout the UK. Lynne specializes in wind energy schemes and was responsible for writing the cultural heritage chapter for the Viking Wind Farm’s Environmental Statement.

Lynne is experienced in all aspects of archival, documentary and cartographic research, and in the development and negotiation of heritage solutions for large complex development proposals. Lynne also has experience at Public Inquiry where she has acted as documents control officer, preparing the required documentation for public inquiries as well as analysing the documentation presented by the opposition.

From 2011-2014, Lynne worked with AOC on a project-specific basis and has recently returned to the company as a permanent staff member.

Key Projects

Planning Inquiry Work (2007-): 

Matlock Moor Derbyshire; Forfar Local Plan Appeal

Management and production of archaeological environmental impact assessments for wind farm developments (2005-present):

Viking Energy, Shetland; Lenchwick, Worcestershire; Queniborough, Leicestershire, Flimby, Cumbria; Sober Hill, East Yorkshire; Burn of Whilk, Highland; Meikle Carewe Aberdeenshire; Drone Hill, Scottish Borders; Crook Hill Greater Manchester; Reaps Moss, Lancashire: Achany, Highland

Production of archaeological environmental impact assessments for large scale rural and
urban developments (2005-present):

Hyndford Quarry, Lanarkshire; Cody Park, Hampshire; Easter Happrew, Scottish Borders; Royal Ordnance Factory Chorley; Royal Ordnance Factory Bishopton; Elgin and Forres Flood Alleviation Scheme

Production of desk-based assessments for submission with planning applications (2004- present):

Maryhill Locks, Glasgow; Scotland Street Glasgow; the Pleasance, Edinburgh; Coishletter, Isle of Skye; Linlathen, Dundee

Production and Management of Heritage Audits (2005-2009):

Early Medieval Sculpture in Scotland; Audit of the Cairngorms National Park