Our Leaseholder Board members

Leaseholder representatives are elected onto the Board by residents in the area they live. They serve on the board for four years and represent the views of all residents, and not just those in the area they live.

We currently have two Leaseholder representatives on our Board:

Lynn Holman photo Lynn is Vice Chair and a leaseholder board member at Lambeth London Living, she is also a member of the Business Committee which oversees resources (including human resources, finance, IT and health and safety).

Lynn has an MSc in Public Service Management, a Diploma in Housing, a union member and has many years’ experience of managing staff, finance, IT and customer service in a demanding environment. Lynn is now retired and looks after her grandchildren regularly. Having lived in London nearly all her life and in Lambeth for 12 years Lynn enjoys all London has to offer, particularly the theatre.

While she was secretary of her Tenant Management Organisation in North Lambeth, Lynn became intrigued by the proposed ALMO and was one of the first elected to the Shadow Board. With two years remaining as a board member, Lynn hopes to see a noticeable improvement in our services and many of our homes. She is encouraged by the increasing calibre and motivation of staff and the dedication of board members. It has been slow going with many setbacks but Lynn can see real progress at last and is optimistic about the future.

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Sarah Jane Lucas: Leaseholder Board member

Sarah Jane Lucas photo Sarah Jane Lucas is a leaseholder board member and is also the Vice Chair of her TRA. She has lived in Lambeth for over 10 years and since 2005, near Waterloo.

Sarah Jane works locally at the British Film Institute on the South Bank running capital investment projects, including building and refurbishing buildings. As an architect Sarah-Jane uses these skills to help her understand the issues facing Lambeth London Living as they work hard to maintain and improve our homes and estates.

Sarah Jane became a Board Member, representing leaseholders, because she believes that she can contribute to the improvement of this service and ensure that the needs of leaseholders are addressed. 

We all want our homes and the areas around them to be as clean, safe and attractive as possible, with the costs for this, be it service charges or section 20 capital costs, clearly set out and good 'value for money'. This all relies on excellent communication from Lambeth London Living and a willingness to listen to the concerns and issues facing leaseholders alongside those of our tenant neighbours.

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