A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a chartered town planner to join a leading multi-disciplinary consultancy in their London office. This firm are one of the most recognised brands in planning and have a national network of offices, with most of them having planning teams. You will be working in a busy, modern and open plan office alongside other planning related and property disciplines.
We are looking for candidates who are MRTPI qualified and who have planning consultancy experience. We can consider strong planners or an existing senior planner. You will be working within a team that specialise in retail, hotel and leisure work so any experience in this arena is advantageous but not essential. A good grounding in application work as well as a good understanding of local and regional policies. The portfolio work is national but a lot of the tourism/leisure schemes are coastal based so experience in a coastal authority is particular of interest. Your role will include; site visits, site appraisals, feasibility studies, writing planning statements, preparing and submitting planning applications, S106 negotiations, liaising with professional bodies and specialist consultants, assisting with any appeals, client liaison whilst providing the high level of expert town planning advice and consultancy service expected from this team.
You should be confident in client facing situations and in your presentation skills, you should enjoy networking and a busy team environment. The team regular go to industry events and really encourage CPD and career progression.
You will be rewarded with a very competitive salary and benefits package, team bonus and excellent progression opportunities. To confidentially apply for this role please contact Ruth Hoggett (firstname.lastname@example.org). By clicking apply, please be assured that your CV will not be sent to the client until you have been fully briefed on the role and given permission for us to do so. We will confidentially retain your details and inform you of any other suitable opportunities arising should you not be successful in this role.