Planning Solicitor

  • Job Reference: W/27112
  • Date Posted: 9 June 2022
  • Recruiter: Alford & Bishop
  • Location: Kent
  • Salary: £65,000 to £80,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Excellent Package
  • Sector: Commercial Property, Property / Planning / Development
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Planning Solicitor
£65,000 - £80,000

Planning Solicitor–This is a standout opportunity to join one of the Southeast's largest law firms. This Chambers ranked Legal 500 firm now need a further Senior Planning Solicitor to join their busy Planning and Development team.

About the Role
The Development and Planning team act for a range of clients including, national housebuilders, institutional property investors, residential developers and local authorities on high profile residential and commercial projects. They provide expert advice and keep clients abreast of the up to date laws and policy changes. You will be acting for developers, landowners, funders and occupiers on planning applications, 106 agreements, highways and utility agreements, environmental issues and enforcement appeals.

Candidate Requirements
They are looking for a Senior Associate with c.6-10 years+ relevant PQE and who poses in depth knowledge in managing and advising regional and national clients. Ideally a good profile in the Kent area and the ability to assist in the further development of new client relationships are essential.

On Offer
This top 100 law firm offer a highly competitive package, including further training and development opportunities, access to the latest legal tech, hybrid working, private healthcare, 25 days of annual leave as well as a competitive salary.

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