Our client, a local authority is looking for an Infrastructure and Delivery Assistant to join the Placemaking team
Main purpose of the role is to help administer work relating to planning obligations - secured through both S106 and the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). There may also be opportunities to be involved in the wider work of the section, including supporting the preparation, monitoring, review and implementation of a wide range of planning policy documents.
To provide support to the Development Management team through pre-application and application advice, and assist in the preparation of appeal statements relating to infrastructure and delivery matters.
To support the operation and review of the Council's Developer Contributions Framework, working with the Community Infratsructure Levy (CIL) / S106 officer working group and the Member Community Infrastructure and Investment Panel (CILIP) as required.
Assist the team in assessing expenditure bids for CIL and S106 in accordance with associated legal agreements and/or corporate infrastructure funding priorities and monitoring the use of allocated funds.
To provide advice on, and support delivery of, infrastructure requirements for the Borough associated with new development.
For more details get in touch with Teodora on 0203 680 0630
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