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Major Projects Principal Planner

Varnom Ross
£40-£50 an hour DOE
Closing date
10 Jun 2022

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I am working with a busy Local Authority situated in a beautiful part of Devon who are looking to welcome an Interim Principal Planner to their Major Projects team for an initial 6 month period.

The authority are in need of an experienced and capable Officer to oversee applications consisting solely of a complex and large scale nature. Types of applications will range from Greenbelt, to Residential sites.

More specifically- the applications will often involve hundreds of Units and thousands of square metres of commercial floorspace developments at and near to our largest towns and villages and along the strategic highway networks of the authority's territory.

As well as processing these applications, you will be required to represent the Local Authority at Planning Committee and be able to capably offer expert advice to all third parties involved in the Process (for example Applicants, Councillors, the Public).

Given the need for experience, the authority have left the rate open at this stage, but it will greatly depend on experience.

I appreciate this is a brief overview, so if you wish to know more then please do not hesitate to get in touch anytime on 07545079629 or email me at


Varnom Ross is a specialist recruitment agency based in Central London, matching property professionals with private and public sector clients across the UK’s commercial marketplace.

We pay as much attention to pairing character with corporate culture, as to pairing capabilities with the tasks at hand. We believe the right fit comes from conversations, not algorithms.

Recruitment with us is about a personal experience. Doing things differently, for the benefit of all.

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