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Planning Officer

Cotswolds National Landscape
Northleach, Gloucestershire - Flexible working arrangements will be considered
£26,115 - £27,711 pro-rata, per annum; 0.4 full-time equivalent (14.8 hours per week)
Closing date
19 Jul 2021
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Job Details

Cotswolds National Landscape is looking to appoint a part-time Planning Officer who will help to ensure that development is delivered in a way that conserves and enhances the natural beauty of this nationally important landscape.

The Planning Officer will engage with a wide range of planning issues across the 2,000km2 of the Cotswolds National Landscape and the 15 local authority areas that overlap with it.  Key planning issues for the area include housing, transport, quarrying, renewable energy and nature recovery. 

The Planning Officer will primarily deal with our development management caseload, including responding to local authority consultations on planning applications and providing advice and guidance to a wide range of stakeholders.

The Planning Officer will also support the Planning & Landscape Lead on strategic-level issues, including responding to development plan consultations and developing and advocating our position on relevant issues.

Deadline for applications: Monday 19 July, 12 noon

Interviews will take place during weeks commencing Monday 26 July and/or Monday 02 August

If you would like to discuss this opportunity please contact John Mills, Planning and Landscape Lead, tel: 07808 391227 email: [email protected]


The Cotswolds National Landscape is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, looked after by a small team working in partnership with a number of other organisations.

The team at the Cotswolds National Landscape is an independent statutory body that works to conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the Cotswolds; to increase understanding and enjoyment of its special qualities; and to foster the social and economic well-being of local communities.

It was established by Parliamentary Order in 2004 and has 37 members drawn from local authorities, parish councils and appointments made by the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs. Our employee team is supported by 300+ voluntary wardens working right across the Cotswolds.

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