Associate Planner (London)

A great opportunity has arisen for an Associate level Town Planner to join an expanding multi-disciplinary consultancy in London. This firm have an excellent reputation across the planning and real estate sector. They boast a national network of offices employing strong planning teams across the country. You will be joining one of the leading names in London planning and their largest UK planning team.

This role sits within a team providing quality advice to a range of developments but in particular a focus on large, strategic Brownfield and Greenfield/Green Belt land promotion. Therefore, you should have experience in promoting sites through the LDF process and the ability to manage medium-large scale schemes acting as the main point of contact for such projects. Due to the scale and complexity of projects you should also have experience in supporting and mentoring junior staff, coordinating multi-disciplinary and external project teams as well as excellent project management skills.

Candidates should be MRTPI qualified with current or recent private sector experience. Ideally this will have been gained in London/SE but UK relocators will also be considered on merit. At Associate level you should be able to demonstrate your ability to build and retain excellent client relationships whilst generating business and leads. You should be a confident communicator and presenter, particularly in client facing situations and have a entrepreneurial mindset to act as an effective ambassador for the company.

The successful candidate will be rewarded with a market leading salary and benefits package as well as competitive bonus scheme and structured progression.

To apply for this role please do not hesitate to contact Ruth Hoggett (ruth@beachbaker.co.uk). 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.