Planning Manager

18 Apr 2017
27 Apr 2017
Notting Hill Housing Trust
Full Time
Contract Type

Can you build on our success?

The Notting Hill Housing Development & New Business Team is looking to recruit a new Planning Manager.

Notting Hill Housing is one of the most active residential developers and investors in London. We build some of London's most exciting mixed tenure developments and are constantly on the look out for more sites on which to develop our portfolio and do more for families who can't afford to buy a home and want to live in a house with the space for a family to grow and play.

No project succeeds without first navigating the planning system. The Planning Team gets involved in schemes of varying scale, complexity and uses. The team is both inward and outward facing; our work balances Notting Hill Housing's commitment to delivering customer led, high quality, low costs homes, and, our work places us on the frontline of engagement with Local Authority Officers, the GLA, politicians and other stakeholders.

We need a dynamic and enthusiastic Planning Manager with excellent negotiation skills and experience of securing planning permissions to help us grow. Can you manage the production of high quality housing scheme designs, identify areas of risk and opportunity and do you have the expertise and energy to keep pace with our plans for the future?

To apply for this role, apply online on with your CV and supporting statement. Please note a supporting statement is not a cover letter. You should address each of the competencies listed on the role profile, incorporating the essential requirements in your answers, by providing examples of how you demonstrate these requirements.

In return we offer excellent benefits including 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays), health cash plan, season ticket loan, cycle 2 work scheme, childcare vouchers, life assurance and a generous contributory pension offer.

Closing date for applications is midnight on 27 April 2017

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an assessment the week commencing 8 May 2017