This job has now expired
Head of Planning Regeneration
Hammersmith & Fulham
SMG3 - £54,129 - £71,193 p.a
Hammersmith and Fulham is a Borough of Opportunity and our regeneration work has a high profile nationally and we benefit from an unprecedented, three London Plan Opportunity Areas at Earls Court, White City and Old Oak – more than any other London borough. These Opportunity Areas will attract billions of pounds of investment to the borough over the next few years and the developments in these areas including the new
HS2 rail line and Westfield retail expansion makes Hammersmith and Fulham a hugely exciting challenge for any planning professional.
We require a Head of Service for Planning Regeneration to join us and be at the heart of our regeneration and town planning function. You’ll work with the Director for Planning and partners to establish planning strategies, ensure the highest standards of design for the built environment and work to conserve important historic buildings.
You will need to be a persuasive and effective influencer with political awareness and capable of working effectively with elected members. You’ll also strive to provide an efficient and customer-focused service, and lead your team to perform at their best. It will be essential for you to deliver our strategy and maximise opportunities for regeneration, which means working closely with our Housing & Regeneration department.
You will be a talented and driven Planner, with considerable experience in local government, you will bring ideas and vision to Hammersmith & Fulham, inspiring your teams and winning support and credibility.
The role offers a variety of challenges - ideal for a skilled and enthusiastic professional. If you are a modern inspiring leader and want to be part of our future at Hammersmith and Fulham then we would like to hear from you.
Closing date: 30 November 2012.
Interview dates: 10 December 2012.
Committed to equal opportunities and quality services
For more information and to apply, please click the "Apply now" button.