Graduate Planner - Planning Consultancy
A specialist legal services firm are looking for a recent graduate to work in their planning consultancy department in the Midlands, for a rewarding opportunity to join their market leading firm. Competitive salary and benefits package.
My client is looking for a graduate planner to work in their multi-disciplinary real estate group. They will train and support you to experience working with their clients on delivering major and minor developments across the UK. From securing planning permissions and land allocations, to negotiating S106 Agreements and conditions, you will be given the opportunity to be a key part of their business.
You will work as part of an experienced and skills team of town planners, quickly enabling yourself to learn and develop your knowledge of the planning process from a consultancy perspective.
Main duties involve:
- Advising on development potential of land and buildings
- Assisting with preparing planning applications and appeals
- Providing policy advice and research
- Drafting representations to plan consultations and examinations
- Working with clients
Necessary skills and experience include:
- A relevant Planning qualification
- Membership of RTPI or RICS or working towards membership
- An understanding of the planning process and systems
- Good attention to detail and accuracy
- Strong IT skills
- Drive, commitment, enthusiasm and a team player approach
As they grow, they want you to grow, and so if you are ambitious, have a planning related qualification which is accredited by the RTPI, and are looking to take the next step in your career, I would like to hear from you.
Apply now for immediate consideration.
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