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About Lynne Bell

As a qualified architect, Lynne has taught across a range of programmes at various Higher and Further Education Institutions in the Northwest of England. Her discipline specific interests focus on the impact of spatial planning and design of the interior environment on people and place alongside the role of architectural drawing within the design process. 


Previous teaching experience:

UCLan: Lecturer in Architecture and Architectural Technology

Liverpool John Moores University: Senior Lecturer in Architectural Technology

St Helens College: Lecturer in Building Studies

Industry Experience:

2004-2006: Senior Design Officer at Cheshire County Council, Chester.

1991-1992: Architectural Assistant/ Architect at Alan Hamilton Architects , Belfast 

1989-1990 Part 2 Architectural Assistant at  Sir William Halcrow and Partners, London.




1987: BSc (Hons) Architecture (RIBA part 1), Queens University, Belfast.

1989: Diploma in Advanced Architectural Studies (RIBA Part 2), Queens University, Belfast.

1991: Professional Practice Examination (RIBA Part 3 , Queens University, Belfast.

1994: PG Certificate in Education, Liverpool John Moores University.