It’s an exciting time for us. Offering high quality planning advice to a range of major infrastructure projects within the UK, our planning team is growing and we’re looking for innovative, dynamic town planners to join them. We have roles in our Croydon, Bristol, Exeter, Leeds and Altrincham offices.
We understand that it’s the people that make the projects therefore we’re currently recruiting for a variety of new roles within this expanding team. From working alongside our multidisciplinary team to running your own projects, we have several opportunities available. Are you ready for the challenge?
We have a collegiate and collaborative culture which values equality and diversity, and we take proactive steps to create an inclusive workplace.
About the role – is this the right move for you?
We believe that collaboration between colleagues and clients is vital. You’ll assist in providing clients and colleagues with a range of planning services, including technical due diligence, feasibility studies, and town planning consultancy services. You must be willing to work on a variety of projects, producing planning application documents and advising on consenting strategies. With a range of interesting and exciting projects in the pipeline including large infrastructure schemes, it is vital that we have the right people on our team.
Our clients include national and local government, health and education authorities, transport operators, utilities, developers, and non-governmental organisations.
From the moment you join us, you will be provided with the support and expertise to follow your desired career path and drive innovative solutions. You’ll be joining qualified and chartered town planners located around the UK. Our planners are focused on ensuring that we are managing and minimising planning and environmental risks for our clients and their development programmes.
Candidate specification – have you got what it takes?
We’re looking for individuals with passion and enthusiasm, individuals that are ready to make an impact. It is important that you have a good client and business development focus as well as previous experience working in a consultancy environment.
You’ll also need to have:
• An RTPI accredited town planning degree or equivalent
• An aim of working towards chartership with the RTPI
• A good knowledge and understanding of planning and EIA legislation, and the regulatory framework
• A flexible approach to working and geographic location
• Previous experience in, or interest in, working on infrastructure and environmental projects
• A full clean driving licence