Multi-disciplinary property consultancy Barton Willmore is looking to expand its teams across its 11 offices to cope with increased demand for its services.
The company said there had been an increase in workload over the past 18 months across the country.
Barton Willmore said it employed 146 planners in 2012 and that had risen to 166 by November 2013.
Although it is not planning to open any new offices, the company said it was looking to expand its teams across its 11 existing offices.
Specifically, the company said it was seeking senior and associate planners to expand its residential and retail operations across the country.
Ian Tant, senior partner at Barton Willmore, said: “Many of Barton Willmore’s offices and planning teams are experiencing a marked uplift in workloads and there is a genuine feeling that confidence is returning to the development industry.
“Our success means that we are looking for talented people to help our teams continue to provide our high quality service to clients. This is both reacting to the current levels of instructions and ensuring that we are well resourced for the work we anticipate in the coming year.”
Tant added: “There is a distance to go yet until we are back to pre-recession work levels but after a difficult period for everyone in the industry the signs are definitely positive”.
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