Hertfordshire eyes major planning expansion

Written by: jez Abbott
Published on: 11 Jul 2016
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County hallHertfordshire county council is looking to expand its planning team by up to seven new planners.  

Minerals and Waste policy manager Julie Greaves told Planning that the council is focusing "on the economy picking up and the population getting bigger."

The council is looking to recruit up to seven planners to add to the existing team across the whole unit of about 30 planners.

New posts include principal enforcement manager, planning enforcement manager, principal planning officer for minerals and waste and planning officer principal planning officer for strategic planning.

“New postholders will work on high-profile projects such as minerals and waste local plans, High Speed Two, Crossrail, district and borough council plans and enforcement cases", said Greaves. 

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